I just find it funny that Nickelodeon treats the korra fandom as though there aren’t very many of us. They don’t bother reading up on the show or really knowing anything about it before they update their site. The funny part of this is that korra had PHENOMENAL ratings last year, and the trailer already has 2 million hits on YouTube. We are not a small fandom.
We are a large army.
I know we’ve all been really excited over the new Legend of Korra news, but let’s also take a moment out to pause in remembrance of Avatar: The Last Airbender which aired its last episode(s), Sozin’s Comet, on this day five years ago.
the legend of korra book 2 trailer
When I become president, I promise to classify that hook thing they use to violently scrape your teeth during a cleaning as cruel and unusual punishment.
You’re welcome, America.
May 11 1982-July 13 2013... Age 31. Rest in Peace.
I am excited to share with you the art for our official San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Korra Book 2: Spirits poster, which will be a free giveaway at the Nickelodeon booth. Thanks to Ryu Ki-Hyun for the beautiful drawing, which I colored, and also to Frederic Stewart, whose luscious production background painting we used for the piece.
After our panel on Friday, July 19th (one week from today!), running 11:15am-12:15pm in Ballroom 20, we will be doing a signing of this poster at the Nick booth from 12:45-2:15pm. Looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible, and even if you can’t make it to the signing, try to swing by the Nick booth during the Con to grab a poster.
More cool announcements to come!
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He didn’t die so we could miss school. He was assassinated because he had the courage to stand up for what he believed in. So yes, America is real fucking proud.