(Holds mic too close to mouth) This one’s for my Anon, who secretly wanted MORE Divergent!Mako, and was just really confused. I know how you feel, Anon. It’s okay. (Breathes in mic) I hear you.
- September 3, 2014 - The Legend of Korra - Coaster/Pint Glass Set
- September 16, 2014 [9/23 everywhere else] - The Legend of Korra: Art of the Animated Series, Book 2: Spirits
- October 1, 2014 - The Legend of Korra - Pin Set
- October 8, 2014 -The Legend of Korra - Coffee Mug
- October 15, 2014 - The Legend of Korra - Lunchbox
- October 21/22, 2014 - The Legend of Korra (Video Game)
- November 5, 2014 [11/18 everywhere else] - The Rift: Part 3
- November 12, 2014 - The Legend of Korra - Naga Plush Doll [Dark Horse Edition]
- December 2, 2014 - The Legend of Korra: Book 3 (DVD & Blu-Ray)
- January 20, 2015 - The Legend of Korra: Art of the Animated Series, Book 3: Change
- Spring 2015 - Avatar: The Last Airbender - Legacy
- August 4, 2015 - Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Poster Collection
tris and four are both divergent so ??? anon is whining about nothing??????
Lol what do they expect that ask to actually achieve?
Oh you’re right, complete-stranger-who-doesn’t-even-bother-reveal-their-online-alias-to-me. I know a close friend specifically ASKED for Mako, but I should have drawn Korra anyway. Only Korra all the time, just cause she’s the protagonist and my favorite character.
In fact, I know that took me like five hours, but I’m gonna snap my fingers and magically produce what you’re demanding, complete-stranger-who-doesn’t-even-bother-reveal-their-online-alias-to-me. No-no! In insist. Here you go:
"There, complete-stranger-who-doesn’t-even-bother-reveal-their-online-alias-to-me. I have proven my love to Korra and you. Absorb it through your retinas. Lick it on your monitor. It is glorious and not even a little werid.
LoK/Divergent AU. When Korra takes her aptitude test to determine her faction, she knew her life was about to change. She just never imagined how much.
Korra was a sweaty mess when she came in to change for the aptitude test.
“Korra,” her mother, Senna, chided her. “What on earth were you doing?”
“I was out running with Howl,” Korra explained as she quickly gathered some clean clothes and head to the bathroom. It didn’t matter what she wore, it was all plain Abnegation clothing, designed to not draw attention. “We went further than we meant to and had to race back,” she continued to shout from the behind the closed door and over the sound the rushing water filling the tub. “I’ll be ready in time, I promise!”
Senna just shook her head affectionately. “Let me know when you’re out and I’ll fix your hair.”
Divergent!Mako for fireferretfuzzies
he’s so beautiful
This new book will feature twenty 12 by 16 inch removable posters, handpicked by the creators themselves. The book is currently priced at $24.99.
The official description of the collector’s item:
“The beloved television series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, has won fans of all ages over the years. Relive this award-winning show with a set of 20 high quality art prints in this Dark Horse poster book collection. Show creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino select 20 of their favorite images from the series and Dark Horse packages them in this 12“ x 16” poster book. All are easily removable and suitable for framing!”
Korra Book 3 will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 2nd. Here is the preliminary cover art. Details from TvShowsOnDVD:
Each 2-disc set comes with all 13 episodes, plus extras that include Audio Commentaries by Creators and Crew (you’ll get 4 on the DVD set, and on Blu-ray they’ll be on all 13 episodes), as well as Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes with Animatics (again, 4 on DVD and 13 on Blu-ray).
The BD versions come in 1080i high-def resolution with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, whereas the DVD versions come in widescreen video and English Dolby Digital 5.1 audio. Both formats also include Spanish audio tracks as well. Pricing isn’t available yet, but is expected to be the same as the previous releases of Book 1 and Book 2 in their respective formats.
434. A muggleborn who grew up watching Avatar: the Last Airbender discovers she can make fires bigger and move pebbles before she gets her letter and thinks she’s the avatar. Family members pass it off as an active imagination.
Korra Week: Day 6 → Wisdom
"What if Avatar Wan made a mistake when he closed the portals? What if humans and spirits weren’t meant to live apart?"
Legend of Korra ends its third season with a huge bang. The Avatar gets the most spotlight ever as she engages in a breathtakingly beautiful battle with the greatest villain of the franchise; this fight mirrors the finale of Last Airbender, in which Zaheer, like Aang, is on the defensive, and Korra, similar to Ozai, is just going all-out on her opponent. In addition, everyone gets a piece of the action; Asami shows us nonbenders can be just as badass, Mako shocks the shit out of Ming-Hua, Bolin could freakin’ lavabend, and Tonraq showcases his ice-fist (don’t mess with the Avatar’s dad). The geniuses behind Book Three definitely pass with flying colors. At this point, I think Korra earned her legendary stripes. What else can there be in store for our beloved heroine in S4, the final chapter? Not a clue. But I do know that Book Four will be just as top-notch.
Korra, by Trung Ta Ha.
I don’t understand why you’re coming to me with this.