Welcome back to Stay Tuned, Vulture's TV advice column. Each Wednesday, Margaret Lyons answers your questions about your various TV triumphs and woes. Need help? Have a theory? Want a recommendation? Submit a question! You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @margeincharge with the hashtag #staytuned . Am I missing out by not watching animated shows? I know they can't be lumped together just because they're animated, but I've never been into animation on the whole and worry I'm unfairly discounting some good stuff. I've never tried Archer, Rick & Morty , and other shows people rave about. Recently I watched BoJack Horseman , though, and loved it the character development is so well done, and the women on the show had their own interesting story arcs. I've never been into the "everything stays the same" mode a lot of animated shows use. Is BoJack just super great? What else am I missing? Monika BoJack is super great, so it's not totally fair to measure other shows by its standards, but in general: Yeah, you're missing out by not watching animated shows. Archer doesn't have the depth and pathos of BoJack , but it is hilarious and it has season-long arcs where things do substantively change episode to episode. Rick & Morty is more episodic, but it does have real emotional range. If you like mythology series, give Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra a go. (Start with Avatar .) Read More...
From our friends at The Daily Dot.Weeks after "The Legend of Korra" ended with the introduction of a bisexual relationship between two of its female characters, fans are rallying to ask Netflixfor more from the "Avatar" universe.The sequel to the successful and critically acclaimed series "Avatar: The Last Airbender,""Korra" gained a cult following and became controversial not for its plot points, but rather how its own network, Nickelodeon, handled it. Despite the jump to online and then back to traditional television, the show managed to finish on its own terms-- and to rave reviews.But fans want more. Avatar Korra's only really begun her tenure as Avatar with a series of triumphs, and she's the first in a new line of Avatars. The possibilities are endless. Perhaps wary of how Nickelodeon would handle a new series, fans looking elsewhere for help. After all, Netflix has brought shows from the brink of cancellation and pumped new life... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/Sj4ugXYwlKI/korra_avatar_netflix_fan_petition-2015-01
"The Legend of Korra" isn't airing a new episode today, so it's a good time to take a step back and reflect on how the season is going. The big question: Is "Korra" better than "Avatar: The Last Airbender"? http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2012/05/26/is-korra-better-than-avatar/?mod=WSJBlog
Avatar: The Last Airbender was one of Nickelodeon's most popular shows. It ran for three seasons on the network, receiving acclaim from child and adult audiences alike. The show's first season even spawned an awful M. Night Shyamalan adaptation. But when the sequel series, The Legend of Korra hits the small screen, don't expect it to stick around for too long. Unlike its predecessor, The Legend of Korra will be a miniseries. "As a mini-series, it's going to be really tight. While we really love the filler episodes, those are some of our favorites, this thing is just lean and mean. It's a really cool driving story," show creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko told UGO.com. DiMartino and Koniezkto will be writing all the episodes for the series, though how long the miniseries will be is still up in the air. To Read More Click Here .
In 2011, get ready to be blown away. From the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender, it's the legend of the next Avatar in the cycle, and this time, every bender is in danger. Seventy years have passed since Aang's defeat of Fire Lord Ozai, and the mystical cycle of Avatar reincarnation continues to run it's course. From the Southern Water Tribe, a new Avatar is born. She quickly masters water, earth, and fire, but must learn air bending to become a fully realized Avatar. When she arrives in Republic City, she not only has to learn Airbending from Aang and Katara's son, but must deal with a growing anti-bender movement, as well.
Don't let the god-awful movie taint your opinion of the source material: Avatar: The Last Airbender was damn good, especially for a children's show. Sure, it was derivative in some aspects, but the eastern-inspired series was one of the most original content put on children's television last decade. I watched the first season during its original run in 2005, and the series ushered me not only into my teenage years but into a greater view of television as a medium. Sure, it had moments of utter silliness, but it was actually an emotionally mature show, and it really opened up my eyes to the nature of real serialized storytelling. To Read More Click Here .
Nickelodeon has given the go-ahead to The Legend of Korra, a spinoff of the popular and wonderful Avatar: The Last Airbender. Before Airbender fans begin hyperventilating about a crappy cash-in on their beloved property (wasn't Shyamalan's movie enough?!), series creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko are behind the new project. According to Variety, Korra will take place 70 years after the events of Avatar with rebellious teenager Korra as the new Avatar and the center of the storyline. Variety also says that Nick is hoping the new series will be more femme-friendlyÂ, which is strange since I know more female die-hard Avatar fans than male ones. Nick toon president Brown Johnson said of Korra, This new avatar is not only a girl, but also hot-headed, independent and ready to take on the world.Â It's an interesting take as the main characters of Avatar will either be deceased or very old. However, without spoiling anything about the series, there was room for the story to grow and I'm excited for whatever DiMartino and Koietzko want to do. Source Here
Hello Avatar fans! I think you guys must know that Avatar The Last Airbender â The Burning Earth, is a gamming version of the popular American animated television series. Watch avatar the last airbender Episodes Watch avatar the last airbender Episodes Now, the news which I am going to reveal will surely elate the game lovers. The gaming version has been added to Xbox Liveâs games on-demand service. The Burning Earth is based on the second season of Avatar: The Last Airbender. This game deals with the war that the Fire Nation declares against the Earth Kingdom. To know more about the show, watch Avatar The Last Airbender episodes. The game has a multiplayer mode, which allows more than one player to enjoy the adventurous stint. There are 4 bending styles available in the game, which the players can use without any restriction. It also features the Avatar power of Aang, who masters all the 4 elements and restricts the Fire Nation from causing harm to Earth Kingdom. I personally love the character of Aang, who uses all his skills and powers to defeat the enemies. The extreme adventures of the show make the fans crazy for the Avatar: The Last Airbender episodes online. This exciting television series has won many accolades, including the Genesis Awards in 2007. Apart from games, a movie is also being made on the theme of this animated series, which is expected to be released this June. I am really looking forward to watching the movie, once it hits the big screens. Interestingly, Avatar: The Last Airbender movie stars actor of Indian origin, Dev Patel. All the Avatar The Last Airbender episodes have garnered an immense amount of love and appreciation from the audience. The animation show features the martial arts of Japan and China, which is truly exceptional. I think, you canât get such a blend of two eastern Asian giants in one show. The inclusion of the gamming version of Avatar The Last Airbender on Xbox Liveâs on-demand service is like a boon for the fans. It will help the users to download the game and enjoy the adventures with Aang and his friends. Read More..
For once, I begin to like what I see. The new theatrical trailer was mind blowing! However, there is one thing that really bugged me. There was no comedy in the trailer whatsoever which bares the question, is there going to be comedy? By M. Shayamalan that it'll suck unless its got comedy, and Dev Patel with a scar as big as Zuko's. If you see it, comment on it, I'd be nice to read other ppl's opinions
From the looks of it M Shaylman takes martial arts a little to the max on this movie, effects are 100% cool but the kid who makes Aang doesn't look like Aang, and he has hair. Yup! A hair-on-the-head kid makes Aang, lets just hope Shaylman makes the right calls. But the movie seems to deliver and not completely suck as many people seem to think that it will.