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Avatar: The Last Airbender has 31 entries in the series. Avatar: The Last Airbender - Smoke and Shadow Part One (Kobo eBook) Avatar Aang and his friends escort Zuko and his family back to the. Picking up exactly where Avatar: The Last Airbender left off. The Promise takes Aang to .. Shelves: , graphic-novel, ebooks, netgalley. Original post at One .
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Gurihiru Artist. The war is over Picking up exactly where Avatar: The Last Airbender left off. The Promise takes Aang to a Fire Nation colony in the heart of the Earth Nation, where tensions between neighbors threaten to shatter the world's newfound peace--putting the Avatar on a collision course with one of his closest friends, Fire Lord Zuko!
Get A Copy. Paperback , 76 pages. More Details The Promise 1 , Avatar: The Last Airbender Books. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Avatar , please sign up. Do you have to read the previous comic series of watch the show before picking these ones up? Nikki Poulos I'd recommend u watch the show before reading these books.
See 1 question about Avatar…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 06, Sana rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book literally picks up right after the show ends I was wrong about the other comic and it's fucking intense as hell. View all 12 comments. If you're a fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender , I recommend checking out this graphic novel!
Buddy read with my brother Siamak If you're a fan of Avatar: Buddy read with my brother Siamak View 2 comments. After reading: Heh heh. Before reading: So yeah, for those of you who don't know, there are going to be these two graphic novels which basically fill in the gaps between The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra which comes out So like, hopefully stuff will be explained.
And yeah. I'm so tired I can't even think right now. Or than watching the original series fifty billion times. JK, actually It never gets old. Sorry, I had a link but it doesn't work anymore It was probably taken down. So yeah, I'm not really sure if I'm excited or pissed off.
I guess it depends on how everything turns out. Basically, these are the spoilers as revealed by the leak: Also if Aang kills Zuko, that would be, well, kind of stupid. You're a nice guy. I don't even know what to say. If you read the excerpt, you'll see what I mean. Look, I'm a total Kataang supporter, but really, it's a little too much. Or maybe way too much. It's kind of overkill.
Like, alright, I get that they're an item now, but the whole "sweetie" thing just feels uncharacteristic of both of them. It really weirds me out. Oh, Zuko. And thus ends my nerdy little rant. View all 26 comments. The Last Airbender twice in my life, one when I was little and the second a couple of weeks ago, and that has been enough to know that it will forever be one of my favorite TV shows.
So when I discovered that these comics existed I just had to get my hands on them. That's a decision for which I'm pretty grateful. The comic has the same feel that the show did, "When you are in a position of power, you must put the needs of the world above your own.
The comic has the same feel that the show did, and since it picks up from where the show left off you don't miss anything. The characters were just as awesome as always and I was already needing to see my baby Zuko again. So far we have just gotten a little glimpse of Iroh for what I'm a bit disappointed, but oh well. The plot centers around the difficult period that the world enters after the end of a years war and how everyone will adjust at the same time that some hard decision must be made and compromises met.
Everything is complicated since you have to try help people make peace with a nation that had been oppressing them for so long, and seeing both sides of any agreement is Zuko shines in this and proves to be somewhat wiser than the rest -with a little help- and is starting to see a problem that everyone was trying to either ignore or most people don't even see.
Yes, nobody knows what to do yet-I have an inkling thanks to The Legend of Korra which I've not seen but know about- and I know that when they reach that understanding is not gonna be easy to keep. The ending has me nervous though, Zuko go to Iroh I'm pretty sure he will have a great idea of how to help!
To be honest it was a bit too cheesy. I'll get right to the next issue now! Jun 17, Lina rated it liked it Shelves: I was hoping that by reading this it would rid me of some of my frustrations about the horrible disappointment that is The Legend of Korra, but all this book managed to do was make me mad about how it is handling of certain things.
Let's begin. First of all colonization: Initially, the plan was to remove the fire nation citizens from the stolen Earth Kingdom lands, but Zuko basically allows himself to be bullied into changing his mind. You do not belong there. Have you forgotten that you're Fire Lord tried to burn the rest of the Earth Kingdom to the ground. I get we are supposed to feel bad for them because "they did nothing wrong" but they are reaping the benefits of Fire Nation oppression against the Earth Kingdom!
They were put there as colonies to start integrating the Fire Nation and erasing the Earth Kingdom. It's ethnic warfare and I'm expected to pity that?
Then, we get Zuko who is allowing himself to turn into the person her was in early Book 3. A spineless puppy who needs approval. So because you don't have everyone on your back, you back out. Yes, you have responsibilities to your people, but you also have to acknowledge the fact that you and your nation severely messed up.
Plus, he goes to seek advice view spoiler [from Ozai hide spoiler ] of all people! Like where is Iroh? Did he not come how with you? Or how about you talk to your girlfriend? See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. The wait is over!
Ever since the conclusion of Avatar: The Last Airbender , its millions of fans have been hungry for more—and it's finally here! This series of digests rejoins Aang and friends for exciting new adventures, beginning with a faceoff against the Fire Nation that threatens to throw the world into another war, testing all of Aang's powers and ingenuity!
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