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Mar 31, 2015
TV.com's Top 30 Shows of the Past Five Years: The Runners-Up and Our Individual Staff Picks
To cap off the festivities, we're back to present what many of you have been asking for: the individual Top 20 lists that we used to tabulate our collective Top 30.
it's official
Dec 24, 2014
The Legend of Korra's Creators Have Confirmed That Korrasami Are a Couple
"You can celebrate it, embrace it, accept it, get over it, or whatever you feel the need to do, but there is no denying it. That is the official story."
Dec 23, 2014
The creators of ATLA and TLOK confirm Korrasami
So... After a few days of not really confirming anything, Bryan Konietzko and Mike DiMartino or Bryke, have both confirmed that the ending of Legend of Korra was not heterosexual life partners going on an adventure but two bi-sexuals realising what they feel.

If it interests you here are the confirmations from Bryan and Mike.

Now we can all do what Bryan suggested; celebrate it, embrace it, accept it, get over it, or whatever we feel the need to do.
step into the light
Dec 19, 2014
The Legend of Korra Series Finale Review: New Beginnings
This was it: Team Avatar vs. Kuvira and her giant mecha.
aw, mecha
Dec 12, 2014
The Legend of Korra "Kuvira's Gambit" Review: The Big Gun
Kuvira's plans to attack Republic City were set in motion sooner than expected... and no one was expecting her latest weapon.
Dec 05, 2014
The Legend of Korra "Operation Beifong" review: A Family Affair
After much waiting and anticipation, we got to finally see Toph reunited with her family. It made sense that this Toph-heavy episode was about reconciliation more than Toph versus Kuvira; personally it felt more satisfying than Toph outright stomping Kuvira… in this way it shifts the focus back to the battle between Kuvira and Korra again. The writers have done a great job closing up deus ex machina loopholes: Toph’s reason for non-involvement made sense and also accounted for Kataara’s absence during the civil war (an appreciated nod to the fans). Naturally, Korra took a more secondary role this episode but it was still integral to the season arc. This was important because it denied our heroes an easy solution against Kuvira’s superweapon. Good on the writers for catching and addressing that potential loophole too. This was another strong episode of character growth and action without going ...Read more
Nov 29, 2014
The Legend of Korra "Beyond the Wilds" review: Hello Clarice...
Sometimes it's a little scary getting everything you want. Two weeks ago, I lamented that the show sorely needed a "catch up" episode of sorts where everyone sat down, exchanged information and figured out a plan. The adults were conspicuously missing these past few weeks and now we finally confirmed they were in a heated debate over the Kuvira situation. I asked Team Avatar to be proactive and they delivered this week in spades... Korra even went to visit Zaheer!

The president did some political maneuvering for military defense while enlisting Varrick and Asami's help in countering the superweapon. Varrick probably earned more than a wrist grab but I think Asami made her point.

Bolin did everything in his power to fight his way out of the doghouse this episode... and he just barely made it. He even broke out the L word. Not the Scott Pilgrim version ...Read more
Nov 22, 2014
The Legend of Korra "Remembrances" review: Deja Wu
Right now the cynic in me sees this episode as an effort to focus efforts on the imminent Toph-Kuvira throwdown. LoK was due for a more contemplative episode but putting it a clip show didn't do it any favours with fans still excited from last week's teaser.

First, the good: Mako finally discusses his past with Korra & Asami and is deservedly scorned by Wu and Mako's family. Wu is far less annoying when he tones down his act and talks to Mako like a normal-ish person. Mako will eventually need to choose; if Wu is the catalyst for the decision then his inclusion this season will finally be meaningful.

Korra session was less entertaining but necessary as Korra needed to understand being the Avatar meant making the hard choices. Asami felt underutilized and the scene might have worked better as a private conversation between Tenzin and Korra ...
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Nov 15, 2014
The Legend of Korra "Reunion" review: Cooler Heads
All hail future president Bolin! What started off as a one-note comic relief character has finally come into his own as a leader who sees people as more than a means to an end. The Varrick/Bolin pairing is working in a fantastic buddy cop dynamic... wild card Varrick pining for his girl Zhu li and Bolin playing resilient straight man. One episode out and those two already have the start of a small rebel alliance.

Back in Republic City, the trio of Mako, Asami and Korra almost veered into season 1 drama. Wu's presence at least served to bring our heroes together but the time spent chasing after him seemed to be a huge waste of time. Korra needs a plan and some troops to take on Kuvira. She does not have the luxury of babysitting a spoiled prince. The episode lacked a serious strategy session involving Korra ...Read more
not all better
Nov 07, 2014
The Legend of Korra "Battle of Zaofu" Review: Waiting for the Bombs to Go Off
While Korra dueled Kuvira for the fate of Zaofu, Varrick grew a backbone that may end up costing him and Bolin their lives.
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Beyond the Wilds

Seventy years have passed since the end of the century long conflict known as "The War". Avatar Aang and many of the other heroes of his generation have since passed on and the world has slowly recovered from The War. With Aang gone, the Avatar is reincarnated as Korra, a seventeen year old girl from the Southern Water Tribe. She is a hot-headed but powerful young woman who is ready to take on the world. With three elements mastered, Korra and her animal guide, Naga, relocate to Republic City; a metropolis city for all nations built by her predecessor and Fire Lord Zuko. There she seeks out Aang and Katara's son, Tenzin, in order to learn Airbending. With Naga, Tenzin, and new friends Mako, Bolin, and Asami by her side, Korra will face many trials during her journey. The series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series or Special.

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