Zaheer made his way to the Northern Air Temple while Korra scrambled to catch up to him. Read More...
Wow, The Legend of Korra has been giving us everything we want lately: likable antagonists, battles that play with the bending elements in interesting (and sometimes terrifying) ways, and Korra and Asami working as a perfect team.
Remember how Avatar: The Last Airbender used to position the different forms of bending? Firebending came off as the most threatening, especially because most of the villains were firebenders. Earthbending was kind of dangerous, because, well, rocks hurt. more
As a buffer between last week's episode and the inevitable showdown in Ba Sing Se, this week's "Long Live the Queen" was way more eventful than first suspected. With Asami and Korra captured by Earth Kingdom forces, I wasn't expecting them to break out more
Whereas most episodes of The Legend of Korra have an Eastern flair, this week's "The Stakeout" almost felt like a western (not unlike Avatar: The Last Airbender's "Zuko Alone"). I doubt it's a coincidence that Book Three has had so many thematic parallels more
Circling back once more to Zaofu, "The Terror Within" brought the Metal City arc to an exciting close, as Zaheer's crew -- now called the "Red Lotus" -- launched a covert mission to capture the Avatar. But first, we said goodbye to Opal, who was promptly more
Like Korra: Book Two's "The Sting," this week's "Original Airbenders" was another episode that was mostly Korra-less. But also like "The Sting," it was a testament to how strong these other characters are on their own. In the Korra-verse, episodes like more
"You don't have any siblings. Fighting is all part of the healing process." Wise words, Bolin. Wise words.
As if tensions weren't high enough in Zaofu, the Beifong family's ongoing stress reached a breaking point in this week's episode "Old Wounds." more