Thursday, April 26, 2012

T.V. Casual Talk: The Legend of Korra on Nickelodeon "No Bender is Safe"

In "The Revelation" (Episode 3) - Book One: Air
On April 21, 2012 a new episode of The Legend of Korra. Another great episode full of adventure and danger.

Korra, Bolin, and Mako are hard at work on their probending training when the proprietor of the probending sport informs them that they need to gather a whole lot of money that they obviously don't have. Bolin and Mako revealing to Korra that as orphans they have to worry most of the time life about surviving Bloin wanting to help bring in money tries to come up with a plan but he ends up involving himself with the Triple Threat Triad.


The Legend of Korra is the sequel to:

Avatar: The Last Airbender, also known as Avatar: The Legend of Aang, is an Emmy award-winning American animated television series that aired for three seasons on Nickelodeon and the Nicktoons Network. The series was created and produced by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, who served as executive producers along with Aaron EhaszAvatar's setting is in an Asian-influenced world of martial arts and elemental manipulation. The show drew on elements from East Asian, South Asian, and Western culture, making it a mixture of what were previously traditionally separate categories of Japanese anime and Western domestic cartoons.
The series follows the adventures of the main protagonist Aang and his friends, who must save the world by defeating the Fire Lord and ending the destructive war with the Fire Nation. The show first aired on February 21, 2005 and the series concluded with a widely-lauded two-hour television movie on July 19, 2008. The show is now available on DVD, the iTunes Store, the Xbox Live Marketplace, the PlayStation Network, and the Zune Marketplace, Netflix, as well as its home on Nickelodeon. - Avatar: The Last Airbender


Mako finding that Bolin has been missing looks to Korra for help which leads the Avatar to infiltrate the Equalists. And in most occasions Korra and Mako get thrown together! In the episode, we really see how Mako and  Korra though it seems likely they would never admit it work great together. They managed to discover the location of Amon's ( The leader of the Equalist movement) big revelation.
It really shows how a resourceful pair these two make and Mako isn't as stuffy as hfirst comes off as

At the big revelation rally not only Korra but also Mako and Bolin learn that Amon has a very dangerous power indeed to all benders.
A good episode. Have to say looking forward to the next one!

Music Side-note:
The music is something to highlight for all episodes when it comes to The Legend of Korra. Its very unique and well beautiful!
In this episode it had a oriental insrumental feel that was rather gloomy that fit with the episode being a serious one.
Added on many ocaasions accentuation to the events transpiring.

The Legend of Korra Promo of episode 4, Book One: Air "The Voice In the Night"


Diayll Sales said...

I loved the original Avatar so much, it was like cartoon/Anime crack. I am so glad they decided to continue the story. Seeing some of the old characters and hearing their stories has been great.

Cassandra (The Book and Movie Dimension blogger) said...

Its something great to see Diayll.
Really keeps up the fun and amazing story from Avatar.

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