Posts tagged avatar.

friendly reminder that LoK has basically been painfully sub-par since its creation

But if Beginnings 1&2 had happened in the first series, it would have legitimately been the best episode across the board

I honestly believe that that was the best Avatar episode I’ve seen in either series and I’m not even a little ashamed to say that

i just had this thought that maybe Korra’s ability to bend/identity as the avatar coming about so early in her life and the way she is so eager to have every element totally mastered RIGHT STAT NOW is like a direct result of Aang feeling like if he had started learning all the elements sooner he could have prevented the war

#korra  #aang  #avatar  #lok  

dark-skinned protagonists in cold areas of the world?

Nah there’s no way that would ever sell

Brown people + snow could def never be present in an adored animated children’s work of any kind at all

no way


what pisses me off even more is that like

not a single interviewer


when Rami explains what Benjamin does

has made so much as a ”oh so you’re like the avatar, right? *giggle*” comment

and cornered him into mentioning it

it’s like him or anyone talking to him even hinting at acknowledging Tahno has been outlawed

it’s been tabooed

no Tahno 4 u

Creating a Legend


2 1/2 years ago, Bryan and I returned to Nickelodeon, delved back into the Avatar universe, and created “Legend of Korra.”  The process of bringing Korra’s story to TV was one of the most challenging and demanding periods of my life, but ultimately a  rewarding one.  I’ve worked (and continue to work) with amazingly talented artists, producers, actors, and every other type of job required to create a show.  We set the bar high, then higher again.  There were many times I thought we weren’t going to make it over that bar.  But perseverance, tenacity, and talent from all involved helped breathe life into Korra.  I was very happy when the show finally premiered and was embraced with the same passion and intensity as Aang’s adventures.  And with only 4 more days until the finale, I feel a mix of pride, joy, and relief.  You all finally get to see what happens with Amon and Korra!  I can stop worrying about scenes being leaked!  (At least until Book 2…)  I think it’s a satisfying and exciting conclusion to book 1, but I guess I’m a little biased.  

After co-creating and producing both the original “Avatar” and “Legend of Korra” I’ve definitely learned a lot about crafting a story from the initial concept all the way until the show is complete.  But even so, I still feel like I have a lot to learn and understand about how this mysterious thing called Creativity works.  

The internet is a strange place.  Like most I have a love/hate relationship with it.  But places like Tumblr, Flickr, Deviant Art, and the like are an amazing outlet for creativity and imagination.  Everyone has a need to express themselves, and the online universe is helping to feed that desire.  I figured it was finally time to join the party.

I feel truly blessed to be able to express myself through the Avatar universe and have millions of people tune in to watch.  Thank you for being one of those who tuned in and I hope you enjoy the finale!

I leave you with an interview Bryan and I did for the Wall Street Journal:



“Now you try.”

Because my bestie made a tweet that made me have feels.



So my personal blog has been so heavily Korra lately that I decided to start a new completely Korra blog so that my non-Korra-fan followers have a bit more room on their dashboard.


Right now it’s just all of my fan art but it’s 4 AM right now, all the general Korra blogging will commence later when most of the fandom is actually on (this post is being queued, this is probably actually showing up at noon or some shit).

So it’ll basically be the same blog minus non-Korra shit.

You are of course welcome to continue following my personal here, but if you follow me for my Korra blogging you should follow my new one as well.

Thanks guys!