Avatar Online Podcast Episode 152

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Avatar Online Podcast Episode 152 – February 26th 2017

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Morgan (Airspeed Prime) is joined by Greg (Greg2b) and Lauren to discuss K110 Turning The Tides in detail. We give a brief rundown of the news and answer 2 listener questions also.

Next week will be The Movers Podcast for Hey Arnold

In 2 weeks time we will review K208 Beginnings Part 2 as part of our Korra Rewatch.

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Podcast is 1 hour and 31 minutes long

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Podcast is just over 91 minutes long

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    Rocket Axxonu Said: Comment by Rocket Axxonu on February 28, 2017 at 6:47 pm | Permalink
     

    Nice discussion, I think this might be one of my favorite episodes of all of Korra, or at least the scene with Lin is one of my favorite scenes. I always liked Lin as a character (her refusal to give Korra any special preference just because her mother was friends with the Avatar in the first episode and her crabby personality in general always made me laugh), but seeing her real character beneath the irascible personality was so awesome.

    On the listener questions—

    Yeah, I agree, I’m not really that worried about the ATLA comics at this point. As was pointed out here, the teams for the Korra comics and the ATLA comics are separate, so one shouldn’t really interfere with the other. I also think it makes sense for them to be putting most of their energy into promoting the Korra comics right now—it is technically the ‘premiere,’ and it makes sense to capitalize on the excitement surrounding something new. The ATLA comics are already solidly established and been going for awhile. I think the Korra comics can only help the ATLA comics, in that having more new Avatar material can help draw in more fans and generate some excitement over the series again.

    I also didn’t mind getting some more focus on new characters, I like how adding more characters broadens the feel of the Avatar world. (I didn’t feel like it was too much, and I felt like they all contributed to the story.) I can see where if people aren’t sure if there is going to be another Avatar comic that people want to see resolutions to things as soon as possible, but I think the set up in the previous comic stories make it pretty clear that they are planning on more stories, and I like how leaving some things still yet to do keeps the tension alive, and keeps people excited about future comics. The plot with Azula alone I feel like is big enough and interesting enough that I wouldn’t want to see them rush through it, and I prefer that they seem to be taking their time with it. I sort of like the idea of them focusing on more minor stories here and there first (maybe on new or minor characters), and saving the major things with the major characters for later on; I think that helps build the excitement and drama of their new arcs, whatever they are.

    The strongest non-benders…that’s an interesting question. I would have to think about that some more before I could come up with a clear list, but that one sounds about right. (My first thought was of Ty Lee, and I think it was definitely appropriate to place her near the top of the list. Although most of her advantage often has to do with the element of surprise, I can’t help but think of how she was able to get the best of Katara at least twice, and there was that moment she stopped Azula. Part of that’s her Chi Blocking, but her speed is also a factor in that.)

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