I’m on a roll tonight!
Any way..why did I draw this …T.T
Avatar: The Last Airbender - “The Search”
“This weekend at the American Library Association, Dark Horse announced Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second “Avatar: The Last Airbender” graphic novel series called “The Search,” which explores the biggest unsolved mystery in “Avatar” lore: what happened to Prince Zuko’s mother?”
Quotes from Gene Yang:
““The Search” focuses on Zuko and Azula. Aang, Katara and Sokka will be there, of course, but the Fire Nation royal siblings are really the drivers of the action. In “The Promise,” we see Zuko struggling with his responsibilities as Fire Lord. “The Search” is the next stage of that struggle.”
“In “The Search,” the Gang are still teenagers. “The Search” takes place immediately after the end of “The Promise.”“
“In “The Search,” we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person.” (About Azula)
“At the beginning of “The Promise,” Katara and Aang are still in that lovey-dovey stage of their relationship. They call each other pet names and are way too affectionate. By the end of “The Promise,” they will have gone through their first conflict. Their relationship will continue to mature in The Search, but it will take a backseat to the Fire Nation Royal Family. After all, that is one messed up family. They need all the panel-time they can get.”
“I love Toph. She was my favorite character to write in The Promise. Sadly, though, she doesn’t have a big role to play in The Search.”
Full Interview HERE.
“we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person”
yeah okay this is not going to end well.
Legend of Korra | Book 1: Air - “Turning the Tides”x10
Avatar Parallels: Broken Families
-Awww, mom, she doesn’t even try to attack me!
-That’s because she doesn’t feel like you’re a threat.
I have too many feelings about fictional characters…
Katara doesn’t like interruptions.
Aang: Katara, I need to tell you something. I’ve been wanting to say it for a long time.
Katara: What is it Aang
Aang: Katara, I…
Sokka: Alright! Who’s ready to get going on our little men-only man trip?!
-ATLA: Book 2, The Earth King
Jinora: Gran-Gran I’ve been reading all about your old adventures, I’ve been dying to ask you: what happened to Zuko’s mom?
Katara: Well Jinora, it’s an incredible tale—
Ikki: Gran-Gran you look old! How old are you? And why’s so cold in the South Pole? Can we make a campfire and all huddle around it and tell scary stories? And then make snowmen? And then can you make the snowmen move with Waterbending and chase us? Wouldn’t that be fun? Huh? Wouldn’t it?
-LOK: Book 1, Welcome to Republic City
Fire vs. Water