Avatar Online Podcast Episode 143

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Avatar Online Podcast Episode 143 – October 16th 2016


Morgan (Airspeed Prime) is joined by Greg (Greg2b) to discuss Greg attending the NYCC Avatar panel. We answer 1 listener question and also review K411 Kuvira’s Gambit.

Next week will be The Movers Podcast for Kelly’s choice, Bamboo Blade.

In 2 weeks time we will review K214 Light In The Dark.

Podcast is 2 hours and 1 minute long.

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Comments - 7 Posts

  1. Kelly Said: Comment by Kelly on October 16, 2016 at 2:46 pm | Permalink

    Really sorry I couldn’t be on this one everyone, Im sick and it’s hard for me to speak. But here is my thoughts on the topics of this episode!

    Before NYCC, I was really happy and surprised with the Turf Wars comics reveal. We now know its a graphic novel and that production has finally begun! The cover is really great too. Super happy its focus is on Korrasami as well!!

    I was at NYCC and the panel was a lot of fun but light on info. I really like the images we saw of Korra and Asami in the spirit world, and some tidbits on north and south. That being said, the moderators really didn’t have the best grasp of the ATLA/Korra verse and it made it kinda awkward, but Janet saved the day by making it fun.

    I really like this Kuvira’s Gambit!! Highlights for me are the Zhu Li and Varrick stuff, that giant was awesome and its reveal scene at Zaofu was amazing, Wu actually helping on badger moles with Pema lol, and that amazing cliffhanger that didn’t really pay off at the start of the next ep but ah well. Would have been more interesting if only Bataar died or something. Overall great preultimate episode of the 2 parter finale!!


    doratchi Reply:

    I don’t know how you see it, but surrending for the fanbase pressure is the beginning of a series to be junk for me. New Korra comics is nice but not really necessary, and then focusing on Korrasami?
    It’s nice and evrything but this type of things never end.
    At least telling where Zuko mom is was great, even though I wasn’t from those that this quiestion was very important for them, they brought it great from the end of The Promise.
    Now we are just going to see more fighting just to feed the fans, and I bet it’s not going to be deep as TLA comics, but just fighthing and effects.

    However, what are the tidbits about N&S?


    Airspeed Prime Reply:

    Pretty sure it was just the Oil and Water being the original name thing. Most of the audience had not read NAS Part 1 so they held back on much discussion of NAS overall.


    doratchi Reply:

    1.Are you going to review TLA coluring book?
    (I hope they have new canon pictures like they did to Korra)

    2. I hope that Im right in my conjecture:
    I think N&S part 1 was boring so Gene could put the real stuff when Aang is back, like in The Promise where nothing happend until the 3rd part which was amazing

    Airspeed Prime Reply:

    I reviewed the colouring Book the day it came out on my youtube channel, not a lot I could add in an article on the site.

    doratchi Reply:


  2. BOLIN(combustion specialist). Said: Comment by BOLIN(combustion specialist). on October 31, 2016 at 2:01 pm | Permalink




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