Who my sister thinks of when she see’s Avatar: The Legend of Korra, characters
Wow… just… wow. This is amazing. :D
wow this is pretty perfect.
fff you guys
you are all so adorable
even you mako
Maybe, if she’d been a mother, it would have been like this.
His success made her happy and his failure made her push him harder.
Yes, she thinks, ruffling his hair as he bends the metal warily. His eyes might’ve been lighter than Bolin’s, but perhaps this was how it felt to have a son.
commissioned piece for kyuubi1010; Lin and Bolin after training.
Want so bad to happen…
About Korra and her spirituality issues: since she’s basically the incarnation of the planet, is she affected by the changes on the planet? Her big problem is her lack of interest in spirituality, is that actually because the human population seems to be moving away from spirituality in bending?…
Basically Korra represents what probably most people in the Avatar world feel (at least in my opinion): that bending is utilized more as a tool and as an end to means. I wouldn’t say that people are no longer interested in spirituality in the Avatar world, but it could be that the lack of spirituality is starting to affect people. While Equalists could be swayed by the fact that Amon was bringing a militant way to rise up against benders as a way to fulfill a sense of empowerment, Amon didn’t have to use the Spirit world as a way to justify his ability to take away bending. He could have used a more practical and scientific approach to further emphasize that bending is not the best thing ever and that it can be taken away through blocking points in the physical body.
But he did use the Spirit world as part of his rhetoric. It could mean that the growing lack of spirituality is starting to bother some people. Maybe even a lot of people. It could even be that some people may have thought that benders are using their power for granted, since bending is closely tied to the Spirit World. It could even be that was used as justification for why there’s unequal treatment between benders and non-benders: that benders could claim to be more naturally spiritual.
I think it isn’t just natural talent that Korra can just bend three elements at about the same time but not airbending. The three elements that she could bend are the ones that still dominant the Avatar world, and the lack of airbending, which represents a people that are the most in-tune with spirituality, is probably the most visible way of showing that spiritual imbalance further tilts the world off-balance. One would think that all the other nations that represent their respective bending are still spiritual, since it’s not like the Air Nomads were the only nation that was/is the most spiritual, but it doesn’t seem to stick to a lot of people as much as it used to as a result of industrialization.
What may happen in Book 2 is not just how Korra finds a balance between the Spirit World and the mundane world, but also finding out the effects that humanity has on a planet that relies on each other to bond together innately but that the bond is getting more strained by each Avatar cycle.
Clothing is folded left over right.
Reverse folding i.e. right over left, means the body has been prepared for funeral or you are on a suicide mission.
Dear fan-artists, the show does it right, and so can you.
Don’t be M. Night Shyamalan.
A Conversation I Wished Happened Between Korra and Asami
- Korra: I'm sorry, Asami. What Ikki said is true. I really do like Mako, and so I got really jealous when you two got together.
- Asami: You don't have to apologize for your feelings, Korra.
- Korra: I should, though, because I tried to force them onto Mako even though he's in a relationship with you. I didn't think about what I did would hurt my friends, and especially you Asami. I judged you before I knew you.
- Asami: Korra...
- Korra: I-I'm not asking for forgiveness or anything like that! It's just, you deserve some honesty from me, especially because if it wasn't for you, getting away from the Equalists could have turned out a lot differently. I understand if you're not comfortable being around me, but I want you to know that I'm grateful for what you did and that I respect you. You and Mako.
- Asami: Thank you, Korra. I'm glad that you told me this. And I guess that it was hard for you, too. If we made you feel left out or lonely, then I should apologize, too.
- Korra: Hey, come on! I almost tried to be a homewrecker!
- Asami: You know what, Korra? Before I met Mako, I wanted to meet the Fire Ferrets when I saw you play for them. I've always wanted to meet the Avatar, and I didn't know how to approach you because I didn't know what to say.
- Korra: Yeah, well, I was busy, y'know, what with- uh, Avatar stuff going on and, well, I didn't really make it easy on my part.
- Asami: Then let's start over. A fresh start for both of us. I'm Asami Sato.
- Korra: And I'm Korra. The, uh, Avatar.
- Asami: It's a pleasure to finally meet you, Korra.
Mr. Flameo Alchemist
so i thought, how funny would a fullmetal alchemist and legend of korra crossover comic be? I just recently saw the episode in brotherhood where Mustang gets cocky against Scar while it’s raining and he almost dies because he forgot and was barely saved by Hawkeye… that’s where I got this idea lmao
so I hope I did mustang’s hotness justice
and I decided to draw Korra in her modern getup because it would make most sense in this comic, I think
korra belongs to bryke
mustang belongs to arakawa
Goggles somehow complete Korra in a way I didn’t think possible.