Avatar Online Podcast Episode 154 – Top 5 ATLA Music Lists

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Avatar Online Podcast Episode 154 – Top 5 ATLA Music Lists – March 19th 2017


Morgan (Airspeed Prime) is joined by Greg (Greg2b) to discuss an important week in Korra comics news with a delay for Turf Wars Part 1 and a cover reveal for Part 2. We then jump into our main discussion topic our Top 5 ATLA Music pieces lists. We play the music pieces and discuss why we chose them.

Next week is Avatar Online Podcast Episode 155 where we will review K206 The Sting.

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My name is Morgan Bannon, I am a 22 Year old Male from Ireland and I am the Site Super Moderator. I have watched and been a fan of Avatar since it premiered. I am also a news post writer for the site and host the site's podcast, The Avatar Online Podcast. My strength as an Avatar fan would be just a good knowledge of Avatar Canon and characters.

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  1. Rocket Axxonu Said: Comment by Rocket Axxonu on March 27, 2017 at 10:54 pm | Permalink

    Ah, the music, I loved the discussion on this. Music can be one of those things in shows that doesn’t get talked about much, since often the best music is the kind that fits the emotion of the scene so naturally that you don’t even consciously think about it. It was nice to hear some of these pieces on their own, you really get a new appreciation for just how good these pieces are and how they contributed to making Avatar what it is. I also thought your discussion on ‘The Second Agni Kai’ was interesting—I know when I first saw this topic, that was one of the very first pieces that came to mind, but listening to it out of context of the show, I completely see what you mean. It’s interesting how what makes it powerful is how it works with the visuals. For me, I think Azula’s theme is the same way—I would probably also list it as one of my top five favorites, but I think a lot of that has to do with how Azula herself is built up as a character, and how we know it so well reflects her with that sort of haunting, ominous quality.

    Anyway, I really liked this idea for a podcast, and I enjoyed the discussion.

    On the new cover news related to Korra—I like it, it does have the powerful, dramatic edge to it. (Is that character in the background female? That didn’t seem immediately apparent to me, but I’m probably not the best judge.) It sounds like there’s some worry on ATLA comics front now…I’m not all that familiar on the usual timing of advertising for new comics, but I guess I don’t feel too concerned yet. The manner of the release of this cover does feel a bit odd (it’s not even listed on Amazon yet), and almost not fully official. However, if as you suspect the advertisement for the next comic series in North and South part 3 is an advertisement for Turf Wars part 1, then yeah, that means we won’t have any definite time frame on the next series of ATLA comics, and then it will be hard to know what to expect. (Which likely means we will end up having a pretty sizable wait.)

    I do think they intend to do more comics after North and South (there’s been some pretty significant points left hanging), but it’s hard to know what the intent there is going to be.



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