Avatar The Legend of Korra, Fairly Confirmed Rumors of New Avatar Season Coming

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Avatar The Legend of Korra is rumored to be a brand new Avatar Series

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There has been some fairly confirmed rumors floating around the net about a new Avatar Series (So not a Season 4) set to release entitled Avatar: The Legend of Korra.”  The series is rumored to be helmed by original creators Michael Dante Dimartino and Bryan Konietzko (if they weren’t involved it could never live up to expectations). Here are some things that have been rumored / confirmed about the upcoming series.

I also really hope The Track Team (Jeremy Zuckerman, and Benjamin Wynn) who composed the original Avatar The Last Airbender Soundtrack (Which still needs to be released!) will be involved as well, because that would be awesome!

What are your thoughts about a new Avatar The Last Airbender series? I’m personally way excited! I was fortunate enough to start watching Avatar The Last Airbender after every season had been produced so I didn’t have to wait in between episodes, watching a quality series as it is being produced should be very interesting.

Stay tuned for more news related to the new Avatar series which we will most certainly be following closely!

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Sources:
http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Avatar:_Legend_of_Korra
http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Forum:New_Series_Speculation

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA5/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MTVNETWORKS&cws=1&rid=454

http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Forum:New_Series_Speculation

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  1. Kotryna Said: Comment by Kotryna on July 8, 2010 at 7:22 pm | Permalink
     

    I literally just sparked up (with the twinkly eyes and the happy face :D) after reading that Aang will be like Korra’s mentor. We get to see him older and learn about what happens to him in the future! *Squeeee!*
    I hope this whole Korra thing actually happens, because right now I’m so (sooooo!) excited, and I’d hate to be let down.
    I’m gonna miss the whole gAang, but I know that Mike and Bryan will make this mind-blowing and epic in the way that they do.
    Oh, happiness!

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah, I would be pretty stoked about a new series as well, we may possibly be getting news in the next couple of weeks.

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  2. Liam Said: Comment by Liam on July 8, 2010 at 9:02 pm | Permalink
     

    i’ll miss gaAng..

    but im also looking forward for another series!..
    especially im addicted to water tribe culture !

    ..haha!
    , but what im interested is,
    what will be the conflict..

    and will there be a new race of airbenders?
    or air and water in one person..since aang and katara are likely to be married and will hav a child

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    Marshall Reply:

    i thought avatars couldnt have familys though so aang cant have a kid they are alowed to get married though since avatar rokku did

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    Kim Reply:

    You just contradicted yourself. Zuko = Ruko’s great grandson, remember? Nowhere is it said that Avatars can’t have families. Just that they have to place the world first(before any one person).

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    Matthew Reply:

    If roku is zuko’s grandpa, then who is soasin to zuko? isn’t soasin zuko’s grandfather?

    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah Sozin and Roku are both Zuko’s grandfather but from the different sides of the family tree, i’m trying to remember which episode it shows that but it’s the ones where Zuko is learning about Sozins’ and Rokus’ history.

    Kim Reply:

    Azulon is Zuko’s grandfather. Roku is Zuko’s great grandfather on Ursa’s side. Sozin is Zuko’s great grandfather on his father’s side.

    Heather Reply:

    Roku=Zuko’s mom’s grandfather
    Sozin=Zuko’s dad’s grandfather

    Leon Stark Reply:

    Book 3 Chapter 6: The Avatar and the Firelord

    Kim has it right, The male line is Sozin, Azulon, Ozai, Zuko. The maternal side inheritance is usually lost, but Roku (if I remember correctly) had a daughter, and the line continued as daughters to Ursa, Roku’s grand-daughter and Zuko’s mother.

    I always thought that Azula was the elder child, and angry that Ursa took such pains to care for Zuko. Azula was trusted to play with her “friends” (classmates she intimidated into hanging with her) where Zuko was yet not ready for that level of schooling.

    If there were to be a continuation of the story, Zuko has a load of issues to live down and atone for. That could be almost a season in itself.

    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah I was a bit confused by that too, The plot was a bit confusing there cause the Patik guy said that Aang would have to “Let Katara Go” although he never said that he couldn’t get married.

    Suffice to say, Katara and Aang probably would be married.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    The third chakra is the chakra gate of connections. Aang is connected in a wide variety of ways to Katara.

    The seventh chakra is the chakra gate to the Infinite, the connection to the Spirit World. This is where he must lose all connections to EVERYTHING, including Katara. If he does this, he will get ingot the Spirit World and connect with the Avatar State with all the past Avatars connected to it. The problem is getting back!

    For that Aang needs his connections, and strong enough to call him from the Avatar State. The only person who consistently recalls Aang from the Avatar State is Katara.

    It is pretty obvious that Aang and Katara marry. Also Zuko and Mai, Sokka and Suki.

    We need to find a mate for Toph who will remotely fit with the social and political standing of the BeiFong family, and a bender powerful enough and connected enough to put Toph on her keister consistently.

    Now who will “flip for” Tai Li?
    What will happen to Azula and Ozai?

  3. Andy Said: Comment by Andy on July 8, 2010 at 9:53 pm | Permalink
     

    Um, I hate to be a wet blanket here, but NOTHING is confirmed yet. The only thing that’s official is the title. Everything else is simply fan speculation.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah that’s true, the rumor that it’s 100 years after the current series seemed to be pretty solid from my sources. I’ll keep people updated on what’s been confirmed or is just speculation.

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    Kim Reply:

    And what are these “solid” sources of which you speak?

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  4. Jim Said: Comment by Jim on July 9, 2010 at 9:25 am | Permalink
     

    I just finished watching Book 3 for the first time last night and had to deal with the bittersweet sorrow of knowing that the series was over. This news has made my day–just hope it comes true.

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  5. Megan Said: Comment by Megan on July 9, 2010 at 10:59 am | Permalink
     

    I am way excited!!! I have watched all three seasons like 3 or 4 times it will be nice to watch something new.

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  6. OrderOfTheWhiteLotus Said: Comment by OrderOfTheWhiteLotus on July 9, 2010 at 9:18 pm | Permalink
     

    I had some theories and possiblities for The Legend of Korra.

    1.What if the plot/bad guys were based on spirit baddies, like “Koh the face-stealer” coming back, or something like supernatural conflicts similar to the Monkey-King? Or other Spirit dwellers? Also is there any way we’ll know during Aang’s time about Long Feng now that the Dai Li is off Azula’s control?(hey, anything can affect “da Future! WoOoo scary lol”)

    2. What about having The Mechanist’s inventions seen in Korra’s presentime, (the Mechanist being the Da Vinci equivanent) we might see some steampunk-airplane, for example?

    3. If Korra will be the Avatar, will she be related to Katara/Aang(if they went beyond dating, cough*married* who knows)? Or if the rumor isn’t valid, is she still related to Kataang, Zathura, others, or even in Sokka’s bloodline?

    4. And Cameos!!! (94-zillion-ish% chance Aang-tonio my man will make an appearance, it’s even cast as a rumor!) Cameos and easter-eggs could show, people can even make a cameo without even being there…like as a statue! I hope Mike and Bryan could sneak up even as a background-extra.

    5. Clothing styles might slightly shift.

    6. Toph’s discovery of Metalbending can be passed on, so Bryke might show more awesomeness that metalbending has to offer.

    There’s so many possibilities, but we’ll just have to wait and see! I hope we can get some glimpse at the San Diego Comic Con!

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    OrderOfTheWhiteLotus Reply:

    also, referring to “supernatural conflicts similar to the Monkey-King”, I meant conflicts that the Monkey King has gone through, like baddies from the spirit world or something like that.

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  7. Kim Said: Comment by Kim on July 9, 2010 at 11:10 pm | Permalink
     

    I don’t trust anything with “fairly confirmed” in the title. It just spreads stupid rumors.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    I’m communicating with Jeremy Zuckerman (co-composer of the soundtrack) we might get more solidly confirmed news at San-Diego Comic Con in the next few weeks.

    See here:

    http://www.ugo.com/tv/avatar-legend-of-korra-details-at-comic-con

    I will keep you all updated as soon as we hear information.

    Oh and I can say for sure that the new series is definite, although details about the series are currently not set in stone (like you mention)

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  8. David Said: Comment by David on July 10, 2010 at 2:56 pm | Permalink
     

    I am one of the few people who has watched every single episode back to back in less then 3 days, so I am hyped up when I saw this. 😀 The two people I will really miss though is Sokka and Toph…

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  9. Koh Said: Comment by Koh on July 10, 2010 at 7:41 pm | Permalink
     

    How is this season four when it’s stated to be a new series?

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    The article said “So Not a Season 4”. It’s not going to be season 4 it will be a new series like you said (and the article 🙂 )

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  10. jasmin tea Said: Comment by jasmin tea on July 10, 2010 at 8:26 pm | Permalink
     

    Does that mean aang will be over 200 years old? :S

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah but he will be in spirit form.

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  11. Emma Said: Comment by Emma on July 10, 2010 at 8:43 pm | Permalink
     

    I really hope the rumors are true!!! I love Avatar: The Last Airbender (The Legend of Aang) and I can’t wait!!!! I LOVE AVATAR!!!!!

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  12. Leon Stark Said: Comment by Leon Stark on July 10, 2010 at 9:59 pm | Permalink
     

    Interesting! I am looking forward to what happens in the minds of Michael and Brian given the time shift over the hundred years. And remember, there is the advent of another comet cycle to deal with!

    From the minimal maps I had seen of the “Avatar World”, I have the feeling that we only see about one third of the planet, there are secrets and technologies out there that are barely dreamed about, but what if they were old news. What if much of the water were sequestered on mountain-tops and polar ice-caps? How much land would be exposed? What would be revealed over that hundred years. Would the Library of Wong-Xe Tong rise from the desert and reveal its secrets? What other mysteries would arise from a dropping water-line?

    (Would they discover the Cheyenne Mountain observation base? Observatories on Mauna Loa and Mouna Kea? Solar and wind farms in the Mojave?)

    I can imagine a world from far before the advent of the first Avatar, and it is the ruins of our own!

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  13. Shawn45 Said: Comment by Shawn45 on July 10, 2010 at 10:58 pm | Permalink
     

    If this is true, I will be excited, but I will also be pretty disappointed that it’s not a continuation of the current series. Wish they’d make like a 5 part mini-series in which they found Zuko’s mom at the very least…

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    The concept concerned whether General Iroh would make a better Fire-Lord than Ozai. Azulan wanted the elder Iroh to be the next Fire-lord, but the loss of Liu Tien, Iroh’s son shook the General to the point where he gave up a 600 day siege. Ozai calls his brother weak for his emotional reaction. Azulan noted that Iroh was normal in the love he had for his son. Azulan asked if Ozai could maintain his composure with a similar loss, of his son Zuko. Zuko’s mother told him that she would always protect him and went before Azulan to plead for Zuko’s life. This is where the mystery comes from.

    I have my suspicions that Ozai did something to his wife that was totally irrevocable. I suspect that Azulan forced an Agni Kai fire-duel between the spouses instead of between father and son. There would be nothing left to find. Azula seemed happy enough to be rid of her mother. Zuko took the news more like Iroh did the news of his son’s sacrifice.

    No wonder Iroh “adopted” Zuko.

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    Stuart Reply:

    Zuko’s father implied that Zuko’s mother assassinated her father-in-law to save Zuko, then was banished for her crime.

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  14. JJ88 Said: Comment by JJ88 on July 11, 2010 at 7:25 am | Permalink
     

    wow aang must be really old….

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Well if you count all his past lives, probably thousands upon thousands of years.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    If the span of an Avatar is averaged at about 80 years (a good, long life for a human of our millenium), and there were (from the look of the Southern Air Temple sanctuary, maybe 200 previous incarnations, 16,000 years of the rule of Avatars.

    The Avatar world looks like global warming was fairly rampant, and only the mountain-tops and range-remnants formed the four nations. There was a load of oddball evolution in that time. Hog-Monkeys, Platypus-bears, Komodo-Rhinos, Badger-moles, Emu-horses, poodle-monkeys(?). It also looks like the maps of the day show only about a quarter or a third of the Earth as mapped. If the water level were to drop, imagine the land area that would be exposed and the access to unknown cultures that either have different bending abilities, or have none but other technologies!

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  15. bradley P Said: Comment by bradley P on July 11, 2010 at 6:56 pm | Permalink
     

    I loved the show… but was greatly disappointed by the movie. I think the new series will be amazing… If a 15 year old likes it something is either very right.. or very wrong

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    Anna M Reply:

    well I’m 17 and I LOVE ATLA ha, it’s my favorite show. you’re right, the movie sucked.

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  16. Anna M Said: Comment by Anna M on July 11, 2010 at 9:46 pm | Permalink
     

    OH WOW I AM SO FRICKEN EXCITED FOR THIS!

    But if there’s a new avatar, aang must have died =,[. Hopefully it was peacefully in his sleep. I wonder if they will start the show with Aang dying? I kind of hope so, so maybe we can get to see the gaang when they are old.

    Also, I wonder how old Aang will be in his spirit form. All the other avatars seem to be in their adult years…which means Aang will probably have a new voice, that will be weird. Of course I’m sure Zachary’s voice is different by now anyways

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  17. dude Said: Comment by dude on July 11, 2010 at 10:27 pm | Permalink
     

    i dont want it to be 100 years past avatar the last air bender! i mean what about in the end of “sozin’s comet” when zuko asked sozin ” where is my mother?!” they did not really explain that so maybe it is still in the present time of avatar the last air bender!

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  18. Emma Said: Comment by Emma on July 11, 2010 at 11:35 pm | Permalink
     

    would the show say anything about Aang’s past, like how Roku did with Aang and mentor Korra with these experiences?? what’s going to happen with Korra, will another nation start war what??

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    There may be a whole odd problem here — Azula “killed” Aang in the crystal caverns of Ba Sing Se. (Book 2 chapter 20: The Crossroads of Destiny) It was only the power of the Spirit Oasis Water that brought Aang back to the living. I wonder what that does to the Avatar Cycle.

    I would think that Korra would be a bit older when having to deal with the comet on the next cycle. Maybe Korra would be a fully realized Avatar ahead of the comet, but the issues would be more political. Roku was already quoite old when the comet was due to arrive, Aang would have been too young (and was too young, or untrained, still) to deal with it. Thank the giant lion-turtle for teaching Aang another way.

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    Emma Reply:

    yea and also with Aang as the last Airbender, that kind of ruins the cycle unless (now this is my imagination) there were Airbenders hidden underground with the help of Earthbenders or Aang and Katara have some little Waterbending or Airbending children.

    I suspect that we would see a few visions of Aang and Katara during their lives like we had of Roku and Sozin as kids and adults. Which tribe would Korra belong too… North or South?? Did the Southern Water Tribe find any more little villages??

    I hope the series is as good as Aang’s series…

    So many questions… So little information…

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    I have the thought of a Spirit World dream for Aang where he talks to monk Gyatsu, and Avatar Roku. Gyatsu reminds Aang that the Air-Benders are nomads. “Just because the temples are destroyed does not mean that the Air-Benders are no more, but hidden in the Fifth Temple, between West and East, between North and South, Where what is called West is to the East and what is called East is to the West.”

    There is a Chinese Philosophy of Five Principal Points, the four compass points and the place (mountain in the center). This would fit the shape of the Avatar World, and the concept that the map we see of the Avatar World is only a quarter or third of the globe, and there are more lands beyond the edge of the map.

    Global warming has raised the water levels and there are places yet to uncover and discover beyond the 15,000 years of Avatars and Benders. Aang and friends look for hints where the Fifth Temple is, written in the ancient scripts of “lost” civilizations in “dead” alphabets. The Air-Nomads learn these alphabets as part of their youth as codes and ciphers, and ways of playing games among themselves. Thai, Sanskrit, Devali, Farsi, Arabic, Aramaic, Ugaritic, Cyrillic, Hellenic, Latinic, Demotic. As it is couched as play and fun, it sinks deeper into the memory. Aang uses this still “surface” learning and the Avatar knowledge of all the passed Avatars to decipher and decrypt the various languages to gather the clues to the fifth temple.

    Zuko also goes off to find out about what happened to his mother, Ursa, with my thought she was scarred and exiled to “the far West, Beyond the tracks of the Known Lands”. She would be a grown female version of Zuko, but without hope of return.

    Then there are the political twists and turns on the home front and what happens to Ozai and Azula.

  19. alienbeard Said: Comment by alienbeard on July 12, 2010 at 9:11 am | Permalink
     

    personally im with shawn45 and dude,
    avatar:tla really eneded on a good nite, epicness
    but all of those story lines that could be made
    1.what happens to the southern water tribe (katara being the last waterbender there)
    2.what happens with zuko and ursa
    3.sokka and suki story or aang and katara story or even what happens to toph
    4.im still liking the idea of airbenders coming back , one guy said maybe they just turned to air and will come back when peace is restored

    thres about a million little things that would make an epic series or even mni-series , im soooo hoping this gets cleared up somehow
    btw graphic novel of book 4 maybe?
    (please post replies )
    🙂

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    It would be way awesome if alot of those questions were cleared up, I can foresee alot of those questions being answered in the new series.

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  20. Ghostmij Said: Comment by Ghostmij on July 12, 2010 at 11:05 am | Permalink
     

    I would realy like a new series, but I’d miss sokka the most. His humor keeps the show going.

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    Admin / Jordash Reply:

    Yeah, hopefully they can keep up with the same level of humor, with the original creators involved it may or may not be as good as the first, but it certainly will be worth watching.

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    alienbeard Reply:

    i agree , sokka kept the team together nd made the show fun again when it was all doom n gloom and serious
    maybe sokkas great grandson or the alike 😀 ?

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    “Yeah, we’re all going to get eaten by a spirit monster”, Sokka grinned stupidly as Aang went out to see if he could pacify Habai, the black-and-white spirit of the Forest.

    And then there is Sokka’s little fix in “Bitter Work” and a run-in with a baby moose-lion (which I think may also be an Earth-Bender).

    Yeah, Sokka can all too often be “Mister Obvious”.

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    Leon Stark Reply:

    And let’s not forget the desert episode and the “Cactus juice”!?!?

  21. TINAAAA Said: Comment by TINAAAA on July 12, 2010 at 3:15 pm | Permalink
     

    OMG OMGOMGOMG PLEASEEEEEEEEE I WANT A SEASON.
    I ABSOLUTELY LOVED AVATAR!

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