Avatar: Legend of Korra Reviews & Ratings

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The Legend of Korra is set in the Avatar universe as a spin-off of Avatar: The Last Airbender. The new series takes place seventy years after the end of the Avatar: The Last Airbender story arc with new characters and settings. The protagonist of the new series, Korra, the Avatar after Aang, is a hot-headed and rebellious young woman from the Southern Water Tribe who is ready to take on the world. The series follows Korra as she faces an Anti-bending Revolution while mastering the art of airbending from Aang and Katara's son, Tenzin.
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Jul 12, 2015 12:34AM EDT
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I LOVE THIS SHOW SO MUCH, THE ENDING WAS PERFECT AND THE CHARACTERS WERE AMAZING. I liked how it was more inclusive for adults.

I LOVE THIS SHOW SO MUCH, THE ENDING WAS PERFECT AND THE CHARACTERS WERE AMAZING. I liked how it was more inclusive for adults.

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Jul 6, 2015 3:19AM EDT
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I thought the Sato-mobiles were called Sodom-mobiles

I thought the Sato-mobiles were called Sodom-mobiles

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May 28, 2015 1:52PM EDT
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The Legend of Korra holds it's own as a sequel. Action packed, beautifully shot and animated, Korra sets itself apart form The Last Airbender in every way.

The character development and plot line has been consistent to the franchise's theme and fan's expectation. Brilliantly paced as a series, it is unfortunate that Nickelodeon dropped the ball with this one. Korra was such a great successor to its predecessor that I strongly hope to see a sequel to Korra featuring an earthbending avatar.

I cannot give this show enough praise. My Avatar void is empty without Korra or Aang. Without a doubt one of the best animated shows ever created.

The Legend of Korra holds it's own as a sequel. Action packed, beautifully shot and animated, Korra sets itself apart form The Last Airbender in every way.

The character development and plot line has been consistent to the franchise's theme and fan's expectation. Brilliantly paced as a series, it is unfortunate that Nickelodeon dropped the ball with this one. Korra was such a great successor to its predecessor that I strongly hope to see a sequel to Korra featuring an earthbending avatar.

I cannot give this show enough praise. My Avatar void is empty without Korra or Aang. Without a doubt one of the best animated shows ever created.

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May 22, 2015 11:29AM EDT
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Not only is "Legend of Korra" one of the best animated shows I believe it's one the of the best television shows of all time. Yes, I realize that this is high praise for an animated series but in 12 episodes running 30 minutes, "Korra" packed in more humor, adventure, drama, wonder, action and jaw-dropping moments than most series do in an entire run.

It's beautifully animated and filled with wonderful voice work from top to bottom and every episode leaves you wanting more. The action set pieces are some of the best I've ever seen. It's a great show to watch for kids and adults alike. After the series finale, I was left saddened that it was over but glad that it had happened at all.

Not only is "Legend of Korra" one of the best animated shows I believe it's one the of the best television shows of all time. Yes, I realize that this is high praise for an animated series but in 12 episodes running 30 minutes, "Korra" packed in more humor, adventure, drama, wonder, action and jaw-dropping moments than most series do in an entire run.

It's beautifully animated and filled with wonderful voice work from top to bottom and every episode leaves you wanting more. The action set pieces are some of the best I've ever seen. It's a great show to watch for kids and adults alike. After the series finale, I was left saddened that it was over but glad that it had happened at all.

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May 17, 2015 10:54AM EDT
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I like this series. It is a nice spin-off of Avatar: The Last Airbender

I like this series. It is a nice spin-off of Avatar: The Last Airbender

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May 5, 2015 10:02PM EDT
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Don't know about television politics and such but this show certainly got some very awesome mature vibes for a simple cartoon.

Don't know about television politics and such but this show certainly got some very awesome mature vibes for a simple cartoon.

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Apr 10, 2015 1:14PM EDT
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It's amazing how even though it was following up an amazing show it was able to keep it's charm and magic. I miss it already

It's amazing how even though it was following up an amazing show it was able to keep it's charm and magic. I miss it already

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Mar 22, 2015 6:27PM EDT
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One girls over complicated journey to another girls Vagina.

One girls over complicated journey to another girls Vagina.

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by lauravd
Mar 15, 2015 10:50AM EDT
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Surprisingly, I really liked it.

Surprisingly, I really liked it.

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Feb 1, 2015 3:42PM EST
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I love the Last Airbender, maybe a little more, and it had the advantage of being fresh and original. But Legend of Korra tackled much more challenging storylines.

Aang and the first team Avatar were fighting a relatively simple battle against a colonising force led by a mad ruler. While they dealt with the idea that the people on the 'wrong' side of a war were still people, the goal of training and defeating the fire-lord is still pretty straight forward narratively and morally.

But Korra takes place in a post-Aang world, dealing with politics and compromise and maintaining the world after the big heroic war. The Avatar's role is to maintain balance, but that does not tell the Avatar what balance is meant to look like.

This struggle was what made the arcs in Korra so compelling. She did not always know what she was doing and sometimes the Avatar's actions had the capacity to make things worse.

Also the emphasis on family was really interesting, this was something that started in Last Airbender and continued on, where the importance and potential benefit of a strong family connection is balanced against the realities of dysfunction within some family groups and the ability people have to create their own families.

I love the Last Airbender, maybe a little more, and it had the advantage of being fresh and original. But Legend of Korra tackled much more challenging storylines.

Aang and the first team Avatar were fighting a relatively simple battle against a colonising force led by a mad ruler. While they dealt with the idea that the people on the 'wrong' side of a war were still people, the goal of training and defeating the fire-lord is still pretty straight forward narratively and morally.

But Korra takes place in a post-Aang world, dealing with politics and compromise and maintaining the world after the big heroic war. The Avatar's role is to maintain balance, but that does not tell the Avatar what balance is meant to look like.

This struggle was what made the arcs in Korra so compelling. She did not always know what she was doing and sometimes the Avatar's actions had the capacity to make things worse.

Also the emphasis on family was really interesting, this was something that started in Last Airbender and continued on, where the importance and potential benefit of a strong family connection is balanced against the realities of dysfunction within some family groups and the ability people have to create their own families.