Avatar: The Last Airbender

Season 1 Episode 0

Avatar: The Last Airbender Behind the Scenes

Aired Friday 6:30 PM Feb 14, 2005 on Nickelodeon
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Avatar: The Last Airbender Behind the Scenes
In this behind the scenes special, the creators, crew, and cast of Avatar: The Last Airbender give brief interviews about their characters, the concept of the show, and more.

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  • Wow.

    Even that I have never seen this, I am still going to write a 100 word review on it. This is only 4 minutes long I heard, actually, I read it on the notes in the notes section on the episode. I really, actually, did not see it. The Blue Spirit made an appearance in this episode. I'm still going to give it a review, and a score. This is not the one that has Avatar Roku, right?! Well, I really think this was a very great idea to have this air before the first episode. Overall, I never seen this and still give it an 8.3.moreless
  • my favorito

    so i was watching this behind the scenes clip and it was awesome! i thot they would choose a asian to voice aang but i gusse they didnt!

    if they ever make a avatar real person movie im goin to try out.

    rite now, all i talk about is avatar and i even dream that i was a airbender. if they make more avatar stuff or website im so goin to check it out~.~

    i donno how are they goin to change the aang voice actor after his voice changed. i hope the next actor would be as good as the first onemoreless
  • Like the prep work!

    It was neat to realize they do indeed follow the teachings and movements of martial arts.. I find this important to hold on to the asian culture which is so highly predominately present in this series. I'm not one for seeing the faces of voices. I realize there are voice actors that provide the voices but I don't like knowing who those voices are because I think it takes away from the character itself. I watch the series and then I will see a flash of the person who is animating the voice, not cool. However, it is a small annoyance therefore it is soon forgotten what the person providing the voice actually looks like.moreless
  • a behind the scenes look at Avatar:The Last Airbender

    If you have yet to watch AtLA then you should check this out for some information, because it gives some basic backroud information on the show. It features the shows creators, and explains the plot to you. The thing is you cant exactly set out a time when to watch this because its one of those short little bonous feature things that Nick will randomlmy play during commercial breaks. This came out around the time the show came out, show they dont play it that much either. And alot of plot has evolved since then, but you should still hope to watch this because it is pretty informative.moreless
  • I was a cool behind the senes thing

    This was something that was interesting.It could eaisly capture someones interest.Even though it was only like, four minutes long.I liked the music they put with it.It was up beat and kept your attention.Personaly it was the best behind the sences Nick has done. At least of of the ones I\'ve seen. I find it funny that the first thing we see about Zuko is that he is shirtless. I guess to ramp up the girl appeal or something. It\'s just funny. ummmmm ch ch ch need more words. Well it\'s very capturing(what am I saying?) Well, it\'s awsome. Watch Avatar! (yes,gottem all)moreless

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