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As Book 2 of The Legend of Korra comes to a close, the show’s creators have announced the title for The Legend of Korra season 3. Season 2 spoilers follow.

The title of The Legend of Korra season 3 has been revealed by the show’s co-creators in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. “The title of Book 3 is going to be called “Change,” said Mike DiMartino, confirming that while the show is moving away from the challenges of physical elements, The Legend of Korra will remain focused on constant elements of human experience.

As to what the story of The Legend of Korra season 3 will involve, DiMartino said, “It’s all about Korra dealing with the change of the world in this point in time. At the end of Book 2 she says it’s a new era.” These words will prove to be more than just grand hyperbole, though; “It really is [a new era],” DiMartino said. “We’re going to show how Harmonic Convergence and her battle with… Vaatu kind of shifted the world a bit.”

This new information arrives at an interesting time in the Legend of Korra fandom. While the final episodes of Book 2 – titled “Spirits” – will air this Friday night at 8:00 p.m. on Nickelodeon, the finale was released online on Saturday morning. Though season 2 has received mixed reviews from fans and critics, fans who have seen “Darkness Falls” and “Light in the Dark” are already hungry for more information on The Legend of Korra season 3.

The official summaries for the two-part finale episode says:

Korra discovers a new twist in Unalaq’s evil plan; Tenzin realizes that he must face his own demons; Korra discovers a way that she may be able to defeat the ultimate dark spirit and save the world.

The Legend of Korra season 3 will consist of thirteen half-hour episodes. Hypable will keep you updated on all news on Book 3 as it breaks!

What do you think of Book 3 being called ‘Change’?

  • PabloRuiz7

    I hope Book 3 is better than 2. Until ‘Beginnings’, it seemed the writers had no grand plan for the season. Looking back, much of what happened makes sense but it didn’t seem so as we watched. I was bewildered by the random Tenzin tangents with his siblings but then they started making sense.

    It’s a problem the original series didn’t have, since we knew from day 1 the final goal of the show was for Aang to defeat the Fire Lord. Korra has to reinvent itself every season, with no overarching goal…but let’s hope they pull it off!

    • Kyle Chamberlin

      I’m not sure I would call that a problem. Most shows go through story arcs… in fact, I can’t think of many that have the same overarching plot for 3 seasons running. If Korra can tell an engaging story every season, no matter how unrelated the plots of each, I’ll watch ‘em for as long as they make ‘em.

      • Tim

        What about startgate SG1 ….which was awesome….had the same overarching plot for years

      • George

        Try One Piece has an overarching goal for about 16 seasons

        • Jo

          and more to come lol

        • Zaberith

          Personally, I’d say Luffy becoming King of the Pirates is an overarching goal. The plot is how he accomplishes that. Therefore, One PIece is primarily composed of small arcs.

          And to PabloRuiz:

          How could you possibly say that Korra has no overarching plot?

          While the first Avatar’s plot was obvious: man vs man (Aang vs. the Fire Lord), Korra’s plot is woman vs self (Korra vs. her inner struggles).

          The hardest battles you’ll ever fight are the ones you have with yourself. Korra growing as a person through her experiences as the Avatar is the story! She does this by overcoming her hotheaded personality, finding humility in her weaknesses and flaws, and discovering her inner strength. It’s not difficult to pick that out.

      • The Truth Nobody Cares For

        You have to have arcs, but you can’t forget you have a series. If each arc goes in a random direction, then you lose the ability to build upon previous elements well. This weakens the whole. Mix it up but keep the “long time coming” effect to bolster a sense of epicness and anticipation. I prefer following a journey as opposed to senseless wandering.

        • Cameron Vance

          I actually think that they should’ve saved the season 2 finally for the end of season 4…

      • Dejon

        Its quite simple the theme is less complex then a nameable goal. If you dont remember the Avatars mission is to keep balance in the world. As long as she is doing that, then she has a overarching plot.

    • Bro

      You might find, that the spirit world being opened is going to be a major factor of season 3, it was hinted in season 1 through air bending training and season 2 is obvious.

    • Tim

      I believe it is primarlily because the legend of korra does not have a centeral focus like the last airbender did. Aang’s entire mission was to defeat the fire lord. Along the way he had to master the elements, while learning ON HIS OWN how to be the avatar. No matter how much an episode deviated from the plot, in the end the mission was always the same, to stop the fire nation. Korra, every season so far stand alone from each other. The lack of a central plot and short seasons result in slow character development, and inconsistent story telling. Another element this show is missing is adventure.

      • The Truth Nobody Cares For

        Thank you, that is well said, I’ve said many legit reasons for why Korra kinda sucks. But something key eluded me and you nailed it for me. Thanks.

      • The Truth Nobody Cares For

        I shouldn’t say eluded really. I knew what was wrong, just could not articulate it.

    • Charlotte Westcott

      Legend of Korra has had the element of spirituality pulling it through. Aang was an air nomad and thus had a very strong connect to spirits and such. On the other hand Korra struggles constantly with the spiritual side of being avatar.
      Furthermore in the first season she has to deal with linking up to the spiritual world and then in the second trying to make peace with the spirits.
      Also Korra’s multiple villains are of the same kind as Last Airbender’s. For instance Zhao in Airbender and Amon in Korra both appear only in the first season and disappear in the same season. The same can be said of Unalaq and Long Feng. While these villains have appeared for different lengths of times compared to their counterparts they’re tons of different villains that appear for one season and then disappear in the next.

      • The Truth Nobody Cares For

        But the main goal is never lost. They are checkpoints on the way. This is good. What made avatar GREAT was in these confrontations, previous things were explained, and things learned, abilities gained, characters fleshed out, if not the villians themselves, helped shape the future. Always moving forward to a general conclusion, so you have a sense of this is going somewhere, but enough mystery of “how” to keep things interesting. What was great is how they connected it all. It isn’t perfect (nothing is), but pretty damn close.

      • Rull

        I noticed something interesting lately. past avatars had no trouble with darkness within themself since Vaatu is literally stay out of the way. Now, as seen how Raava grown inside Vaatu, the opposite will hold true as well. So, their goal is keeping so the darkness won’t grow within theirself. I’d like to see real ‘evil’ avatar :Da

        • Master Jason

          that is a good point, vaatu wasnt put back in the tree of time so he may grow within the avatar, leading to the avatar having to seal him away again. or the avatar might get control of both like how they were merged at the start, balancing light and dark.
          cant wait for the next few seasons.

    • avatarcaleb

      In theory TLA had different arcs, mastering each element. TLK is only like this because of the fact that it started out as a mini series with twelve episodes.

    • tornstorm

      Um really I think the way season 2 ended was heart stopping and when korra and mako broke up I was in shock but it was for the best I guess

  • LizzieB

    Great News!
    Can’t wait to find out more, it has also been stated that we will find more about Lin in book 3 and that the wait should not be as long as it was between book one and two.

  • shabs

    That was quick! Maybe it wont take forever for it to come out this time (wishful thinking)

    • Charlie

      Bryan Konietzko said it shouldn’t take as long as it did between Book 1 and 2. I’m inclined to believe him because Book 2 seemed to have some trouble with its animation studios, whilst Books 3 and 4 are confirmed to be entirely Studio Mir.

      • Laxus

        there is a book four O.O? are sure?
        if there is then its gonna be awesome,,

        • Riddle

          It has been confirmed that there will be 2 more seasons, just like TLA.

          • point of contention: not “just like TLA” because last airbender, only had 3 parts not 4

          • Bru

            what an idiot

          • Joep Noyen

            The Last airbender had only 3 books, however you could say they had 4 seasons, since the last book was pretty much split up in two parts, with the first one even having it’s own “season finale” with the Eclipse and not being about Aang learning firebending at all..

          • tornstorm

            Good point but since they split . but there was a secret book

        • Charlie

          Yeah, Nickelodeon picked it up for more episodes last year. Technically Korra is only 2 seasons long, as Nickelodeon currently counts 26 episodes as a ‘season’. So Book 1 and 2 (12 and 14 episodes) count as season 1, and Book 3 and 4 (13 episodes each) count as season 2. Which is why Nickelodeon renewed it for two books at once.

          • Slevin Fleetwood

            I don’t think thats true. Books one and two count as seasons one and two. Counting books one and two as one season really doesn’t make any sense.

          • Kelvin Zifla

            The sense is crystal clear in what Charlie said. You don’t need to read between the lines or anything. It isn’t that hard to understand.

          • Superwholock guy

            No in makes no sense in a book a chapter covers one topic each season is like a chapter and having two plot lines in one chapter is stupid and if you compare it to a book it still is the same unless there are multiple stories happening at the same time

          • tornstorm

            True

          • tornstorm

            I know charlie it should be longer

      • tornstorm

        Hey took season 2 forever so why did it end so quickly I am so mad yo

    • Love

      Hah! I was thinking the same thing

  • Brandan

    I had mixed feelings about season 2. I loved the last 4 episodes, LOVED them, and in general there were many scenes this season that topped season 1 by a long shot. Some great new characters, Verrick being my favorite. I think it just lacked the cohesiveness of season 1. Also, the twins were not utilized to their full potential and Unalaq was a really boring villain that was too similar to Tarlok. Other than that, and stilted dialogue problems, this season was still a beautifully animated and very well crafted story that progressed the characters and took the universe in a bold new direction.

    • Loknerd

      The twins are probably going to have major character development in book 3, they mentioned they have a mother. We will probably meet her. The villain I heard will be an earth bender and there was supposed to. Be a lot more traveling this season as well.

  • Slytherinhero01

    Season 2 felt like a filler season. Season 1 was so great because it was a set up season. We got to see how the world had changed since ATLA, and there was a interesting villain (Amon). I think season 3 will begin Korra’s transformation into a a less stubborn and headstrong person. I also think season 3 will involve Korra getting her connect to the other Avatars back in a journey — sort of how Aang had to travel around to learn the rest of the elements.

    • Guest

      I totally disagree. If anything, I feel that, storyline wise and thematically, Season 2 was way more fulfilling and helpful to the series overall, establishing a lot of stuff for future seasons that Season 1 didn’t even touch on. I still love Season 1, don’t get me wrong, but Season 2 really expanded on the overall story and universe. Amon was a very interesting villain, but I don’t know, I thought the whole brother betraying brother, one brother bent on destroying the world, becoming a dark Avatar, and ruling over the darkness left behind was pretty interesting also.

      And, just to be clear, the “mixed reviews” talked about in the article, I don’t really know if I buy that. I at least think that’s pretty greatly exaggerated. I’m not sure what other fans are feeling, but I personally really enjoyed this season from start to finish (I even understood Mako and Korra breaking up- did anyone else see it as kind of paralleling Tenzin and Lin, who dated but in the end were too headstrong and hotheaded separately to be good together, but still care deeply for each other? Am I just weird? I recently got Book One on DVD and heard the commentary where Janet Varney and the creators were talking about it so that might’ve helped) and from what I’ve seen of critic reviews online, it’s been more or less universally lauded.

      I think one of the things that’s important when watching this series and being fair to it is realizing that, as closely related as they are, it is NOT (nor should it be) the same as ATLA. Why would you want the same show done twice? You have the original show for that plus the comics which are still coming out. Just because the world of Avatar has changed doesn’t mean it’s worse. Just because Korra doesn’t have an overarching goal like The Last Airbender doesn’t mean that it isn’t still really interesting and it having to reinvent itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing (Didn’t Buffy have new-and a few only tangentially related- ‘Big Bads’ every season?). As long as it keeps what’s working and brings in new elements that work also, as long as it keeps improving, I don’t think that reinvention will ever be a real deterrent to the show’s progress.

      • Kyle Chamberlin

        Couldn’t agree more. I watched the entirety of season 2 in one shot this evening, and now I’m doing all the internet digging I can about it… a sure sign that I enjoyed the hell out of it. Honestly, I barely even noticed the fact that the story didn’t relate to season 1′s… I was still sucked in beyond all control. There are a few criticisms I could make, but I honestly don’t even want to bother. I am not a critic, I am an audience member… and if I feel like giving a standing ovation at the end, I’m just gonna ignore whatever bugged me along the way.

        The best thing about this season was how much of the history of the avatar was revealed… more about the universe was explained this season than any arc I can remember. And yet, so much was opened up at the end as well that it in no way feels like there’s no more story to tell. Bravo… truly.

        • The Truth Nobody Cares For

          In other words the past story was good. The present story was all over the place and character development went backwards instead of forwards. Also the ending was just cheap. I liked Wan’s story so much I wished to God they had made a prequel instead of a sequel.

          • Ornery Werewolf

            I loved wand story and those were my favorite episodes of the season, and it was
            a good season. However, the last airbender will always be the best, wish they could have done more with it.

          • Ornery Werewolf

            *Wan’s, stupid auto correct.

      • Valery

        I won’t get into details (I feel lazy today). I will just say this.
        I LOVED “The Last Airbender”. TLOK, though… I barely suffered through the first season, and I dropped season 2 after the 4th episode – it was so boring and stupid.
        So, I don’t see anything great about TLOK in general and Korra herself in particular.

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    • Nami love

      I just hope she calms down a bit. She should really listen to the other people in her life. I feel like should would after this, I mean she lost Rava

      • Gg

        She didn’t loose rava she got her back at end she just can’t reconnect with her past lives anymore

        • Nami love

          I’m talking about that experience. Yes she got raava back, but that experience was probably traumatic. The avatar isn’t as invincible as everyone thinks.

          • The Truth Nobody Cares For

            Korra just f*cking sucks. She is also arrogant as all hell which is probably why she sucks so badly.

          • Cassy

            Why do very little people recognize that Korra’s flaws are highlighted as part of the storyline? To be honest, she’s more of a realistic character as we have to see her develop into a good avatar instead of Aang who was near a perfect avatar anyway.

    • KentBrockman

      I Agree:

      Season 1: Great concept overall and very fresh in its delivery. Amon is by far the best Antagonist conceptually and physically within the show. (still had room to be better though)

      Season 2: Really cool concept, executed poorly, and was short lived because they once again have ‘wtf’ moments and it basically seemed like a replica of Season 1 (Waterbending brothers>Both potential leaders>One gains the lead> other creates his own leadership> wants to Equalize/Balance the world (people=benders & people=spirits) uses powers to get rid of avatars abilities> Avatar learns more about spirituality to stop ‘evil’ brother.)

      Its cool that they made Tarlok an ‘evil avatar’ but he wasn’t really…They were smart to not automatically give him all the elements, however, it was foolish to make him transform (corny DBZ like tactic…”ahh the badguy is more powerful and is in his final ‘true’ form! I must do the same…*maniacal laugh*)…

      Many more things to talk about, but on the positive note, I like the idea of her journeying to discover not only herself, but her avatar natures again…This will also show us how the other nations have changed, but also how the other Avatars before Roku and Kioshi, did their thang…Ang did something like that, but Korra has more of a purpose with it.

  • SabinaFell

    I disagree with a lot of this. If anything, I feel that, storyline wise and thematically, Season 2 was way more fulfilling and helpful to the series (Legend of Korra, that is, not The Last Airbender) overall, establishing a lot of stuff for future seasons that Season 1 didn’t touch on. I still love Season 1, don’t get me wrong, but Season 2 really expanded on the overall story and universe. Amon was a very interesting villain, but I don’t know, I thought the whole brother betraying brother, one brother bent on destroying the world, becoming a dark Avatar, and ruling over the darkness left behind was pretty interesting also.

    And, just to be clear, the “mixed reviews” talked about in the article, I don’t really know if I buy that. I at least think that’s pretty greatly exaggerated. I’m not sure what other fans are feeling, but I personally really enjoyed this season from start to finish (I even understood Mako and Korra breaking up- did anyone else see it as kind of paralleling Tenzin and Lin, who dated but in the end were too headstrong and hotheaded separately to be good together, but still care deeply for each other? Am I just weird? I recently got Book One on DVD and heard the commentary where Janet Varney and the creators were talking about it so that might’ve helped) and from what I’ve seen of critic reviews online, it’s been more or less universally lauded.

    I think one of the things that’s important when watching this series and being fair to it is realizing that, as closely related as they are, it is NOT (nor should it be) the same as ATLA. Why would you want the same show done twice? You have the original show for that plus the comics which are still coming out. Just because the world of Avatar has changed doesn’t mean it’s worse. Just because Legend of Korra doesn’t have an overarching goal like The Last Airbender doesn’t mean that it isn’t still really interesting and it having to reinvent itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing (Didn’t Buffy have new-and a few only tangentially related- ‘Big Bads’ every season?). As long as it keeps what’s working and brings in new elements that work also, as long as it keeps improving, I don’t think that reinvention will ever be a real deterrent to the show’s progress.

    • Kyle Clicquennoi

      Why?

  • http://xyue-mayx.deviantart.com/ Dreamer

    I hope they can focus themselves more for season 3. I loved the last half of season 2. I understand that they needed the first half for set up, but it could’ve been done much better. Looking forward to the next season!

  • Inabella Pearl Pham

    ‘Change” sounds mysterious and exciting!! I wonder if Vatuu gonna come back, I want to see new Korra’s costume and an epic fight!!

  • A.P.W.B.Dumbledore

    Ok so release date… in a month? :-) But seriously it needs to happen soon lol

  • Avatar

    I think season 3 will be really good. I just did not like how they ended season 2 with Korra’s connection to the past avatars as “severed” i would like to see in season 3 that Korra regains this connection. Im not a big fan of the title “Change”….I think it should be “The Avatar” where the whole season focuses on the history of past avatars and their spiritual journeys, more in-depth of the Avatar State and also show Korra regaining her connection to the past avatars. Hopefully season 3 will have some of these topics. Also would like to see the characters from the last airbender (Zuko, Sokka, Toph, etc.) and their lives being shown as well, especially with Zuko being fire lord. Just some of my ideas……..

    • AJ

      I disagree! It’s called change for a reason. She is not going to want to reconnect her connections with the past avatars. It’s a new era. Republic City is an example of change and how diverse their law and order has become. They can handle the spirits. The spirits and the real world are now safe to merge because of humanity and progress they have accomplished. I feel like Korra doesn’t want to reconnect with her past avatars is because the past avatars were a basis in a sense to evolve with reality! Tensin even said that it’s who she is as a person, not a what she had (Raava). Korra even said that maybe the first avatar made a mistake and closing the bridge between spirit world and reality was good at the time, but not necessary anymore.

    • Dan K

      Mate….
      It’s called Legend of Korra. Not The Last Airbender 2. I think that’s a really one dimensional view to take of the show – as a platform that allows you to see more of what you liked from Aang’s story. The show is about the Avatar, and this avatar is alive in a whole new era with a whole new story to tell.

      Stop wishing for it to be an expansion of Aang’s story. It isn’t. His story is over. It would make for some really boring, unimaginative writing if the only reason Korra existed to serve as a platform for viewers to find out more about Aang & Co. If they were interested in pursuing that agenda they would have made a direct sequel to ATLA. But they haven’t.

      My advice, stop wishing for something that isn’t going to happen and enjoy Korra for what it is – a fantastic show about a new avatar and her exciting journey.

    • NineMuses

      I like that the new series i taking itself in a different direction and not relying too much on past characters and tropes.

      If you want to see more of the characters from ATLA, check out the comics. “The Promise” and “The Search” are already out and “The Rift” is forthcoming. They explore events with Aang, Katara, Zuko, etc. after the end of the 100 Years War.

    • Jesse

      Hey, just quickly letting your know that if you’re really interested in finding out what happened after ATLA ended, there’s two comics out that continue the story. First part is called The Promise, the second part is called The Search (in which they search for Zuko’s mom) and the third part is about to come out soon(2014) which is called The Rift, which focuses on how Aang started Republic City. There’s also a collection of ‘Lost adventures’ which are short comics describing some of the supposed adventures that ‘us viewers’ missed when ‘the cameras were off’. Plenty of great ATLA material if you ask me =D

  • Kyle Chamberlin

    Yus! I am SO freaking happy that immediately upon conclusion of season 2, I find out there’s gonna be a season 3. No angst!

    • Charlie

      There’s gonna be a Season 4 as well ;) They’re already recording the voices for it.

  • Toph

    I wish she can like take her time to master the four elements MORE and like will face an overpowerd vallai. Nd she is soo scared just like aang did

  • marvjulz

    Haven’t all the episodes been leaked online?

  • Squeekers

    This is why I hate cynical critics… The Original Avatar Series and The Legend of Korra are both very well written. Can’t wait for every last new season of The Legend of Korra! “Change” is an excellent name for Book 3.

    • jrlenz

      I agree that they both have good writing; however, one aspect of the original series that Korra is lacking is humor. Aaron Ehasz was one of the top writers on the first series, as well as on Futurama — both shows I enjoy for their unique, humorous character developments — and I’ve noticed that he’s not listed anywhere in the credits for LoK. Perhaps the producers should consider bringing him back.

      • Slevin Fleetwood

        Yea I agree. I would add that none of the main characters are really lovable. In TLA I could name maybe 6 main characters that were truly a joy to watch.

        • The Truth Nobody Cares For

          Yep. I’ve watched ATLA three times and felt like I was revisiting old friends. I honestly enjoyed it more each time I watched it too, noticed things I didn’t notice before, and laughed at the same jokes nearly as hard (some as much, some more than) as the first time I was subjected to them. Now all humor feels forced (mainly just into Bolin–who even LOOKS like he’s a failing comedian) and is just plain awkward. Verrick was the only one that legitimately made me laugh four times…or really 3 times and a chuckle. And all the happenings in this season feel like ideas rushed and half-assed with no real build up…just kinda meandering along with pretty (yet shallow) imagery.

      • CaseyErni

        Dang, i miss Soka! And those groovy people they met when they were on Omashu Cave :D

  • Matt

    Ok, Just wondering what everyone’s thoughts are on a possible Avatar, series 3. Korra will be ending in 2 seasons, that potentially is 1-2 years from now. I have heard rumors of a spring release, allow the final season to be released next fall (doubtful) so the end is near.
    The Avatar franchise seems to be successful. The Last Airbender was widely popular, and The Legend of Korra is receiving good ratings (which is why it was approved for more seasons). Why would nick NOT continue the franchise? That is the genius thing about the Avatar. Most shows get old, running out of plots to play, BUT with the Avatar, each series is it’s own, yet the franchise keeps the feeling of a single series.
    So a few thoughts. What would be the time period? Currently they seem to be in the early 1900s, so would this take the next series to the present? That is, if they decide to continue the parallel with reality. I believe the only way to continue the avatar world would to break away from this parallel so you can keep some of the mystery.
    A few problems with having the Avatar world run parallel with our present times. First the setting. How would they even manage that? What would the purpose of bending be? Also, with more technology, how would they introduce commercial flights, space travel, modern cars, cell phones,etc. This would take much of the mystery of the world away. Sure, there are some very interesting ideas that can be utilized with this, but are they worth it? THEN, if they do a 4th season, the future? Would everyone have robots? Would their be aliens? Travel to other planets? Time travel (which would be very interesting as a concept, I mean hey, who doesn’t want to see the future avatar team up with aang but that would destroy the meaning of the first 2 series) If so, where would the avatar fit in this new galaxy.
    I am certain the franchise can be continued, but the further they take it, the more fragile it can become. You may think, well you can only go so far into the future without knowing where else to go? But, you can always bring the time period backwards due to an apocalyptic disaster.

    • Matt

      4th series, not season.

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    • Anon

      It won’t be 40 years or something…. the creators said only a few weeks will pass
      YOU FUCKING RETARD :(

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      • Micki Pease

        Language!!! that’s not nice!

    • dasadsf

      I think it would be soooooooo cool if there were TWIN avatars 1 boy and 1 girl the boy having water and air and the girl having earth and fire. They would start out together but then split up to learn bending (subskills this time, bloodbending, sandbending , metalbending, etc.) and then there would be some evil guy or whatever and then they would have to come together or something and defeat him. Not really sure abou the evil guy and everything but the main idea is having them twin avatars and each having 2 bending skills also they would be like completely different personalitys like the girl , fire and earth would be like ferious and aggresive kinda like azula from TLA and the boy being like all calm and mellow and having a WAYYYYY better spirtual connection and yeah……

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      • NickProductions

        well spoken you should be a writer that sounds fantastic.

      • Kyle Clicquennoi

        That would feel awkward having two avatars. Remember Rava is one spirit she cant split into two. Though i like your idea, i dont think other fans would give in so easily

        • Acell

          What if dark and light split again? Kinda gimmicky but I’m sure the writers could make it work

    • Ryan

      Avatar the Last Airbender has technology comparable to the late 18th and early to mid 19th centuries. When Team Avatar visits the Northern Air Temple during book one, the mechanist and Sokka invent the hot air balloon, which was invented here on Earth in 1783. The Fire Nation burns coal to produce steam to power the boats in their navy and in one of the comics Team Avatar is seen using a steam-powered train. Their Earthly counterparts were invented in 1787 and 1814 respectively. The Fire Nation also has a large number of airships under its command, identical to those invented in 1852. They are seen several times throughout the series. Toph, Sokka, and Suki manage to take out an entire fleet on the day of Sozin’s comet.

      The technology in The Legend of Korra is similar to that of the late 19th to early 20th centuries. Most notably, “biplanes” are created by Hiroshi Sato in the middle of book one. The Wright brothers went on their historical flight in 1907. Mr. Sato also invents “satomobiles” shortly before the beginning of the storyline for this series. The first modern car was invented in 1886. A “phonograph” is heard in the very first episode of Korra. Thomas Edison invented its Earthly counterpart, the record player, in 1877. In two separate episodes during the middle of book one, Korra overhears Hiroshi Sato talking on the telephone to the Equalists and the White Lotus centuries listening to a probending match on the radio. Both telephones and radios were made around the year 1900.
      I think it’s pretty safe to assume that if there were to be a third “Avatar” series, the technology would be comparable to that of the late twentieth to early twenty first centuries, otherwise known as present day. The writers have established a timeline very similar to our actual history; I don’t feel as if they would stray from that trend.

      • Nami love

        This was fascinating. Thank you so much for writing this out. (No sarcasm lol)

    • jmmboo90

      Who says It has to continue into the future? Couldn’t they go back instead follow past avatars? food for thought.

      • NickProductions

        My thoughts specifically.I would enjoy a more detailed journey involving Avatar Juan.

        • Slevin Fleetwood

          I agree, I would be ok if they ended Korra’s story and moved on to a different Avatar.

    • x-k0rra93

      i just don;t think the whole how wan became the first avatar thing and gained all the elements because he went to every lion turtle. in TLA they explained the original sources of bending the elements so by them saying wan went to all the lion turtles completely contradicts what TLA explained? i’m confused here

      • Cameron Vance

        Again, that is easily explainable if you just stop and think.

        The lion turtles granted the humans the ABILITY to bend the elements, but the animals taught them how to use it as if it was part of their bodies. Look at how that spiritual dragon was working with Wan for evidence.

        Second, time distortion. 10,000 years is a long time, it stands to reason that information gets distorted/forgotten as time flows onward.

  • Jared M. Kuntz

    The only thing I care about in terms of Avatar is a Blu-ray release for ATLA Complete Series (they’re releasing Korra in Blu-ray, so why the heck not Last Airbender), and a soundtrack for ATLA, since Korra was a grand success. Oh, and Change is a great title. I’m glad they are giving us more content in the Avatar universe with this show. Although, I think they should do a prequel series after Korra ends, because it would be nice to see a non-modern time period again

  • Rachel

    Can’t wait I hope macho and korra r together in the end of the 3rd season

    • Kyle Clicquennoi

      Macho? You mean Maco?

  • EmperorDakotaI

    I do quite like the season finale. However there is still one thing that I want to be fixed. I want Korra to regain her connection to her past lives. Weather this will be explained in the future i don’t know but I will like it if she does.

    As for season 3 change. It sounds to be similar to TLA as they focus on some typical everyday problems rather than with a villian. One other thing I want to see in the series is how the fire nation and the earth kingdom turned out. I would like to see the new monarch of the earth kingdom and fire nation. I heard they are both female. And that zuko is still alive, but he abdicated the throne to his daughter (general Iroh’s mother). It would be nice to see what he looks like now. Also wouldn’t that make Iroh the crowned prince of the fire nation now? Also now that their is a democratic leader in the avatar world (President Raiko) I think it is only a matter of time before revolutions in the fire nation and earth kingdoms break out with people demanding a republic.

    But these are just questions…

  • Oddish

    I hope it comes out soon

  • Chelsea Boehland

    I hope you people at Nick are on the ball now! I am willing to bet that fans don’t want to wait another 2 freaking years for a new season. Heck the best normal TV shows don’t even take that long. I understand it takes a while longer than live action shows, but even Spongbob doesn’t take that long to get a new season! and I’m pretty sure hes been running longer than Lost or ER. okay maybe not ER…lol. You guys should have started drawing up Korra right after the first ep aired on TV. or before that. please!

  • Senta Herrmann

    Attention! Spoiler…

    Am I the only one who hated the last 3 minutes of Book 2? I mean, okay the last two episodes were really epic, I liked the battles and the averted catastrophe… But why the heck was it so clear after Book 1 that Mako and Korra would break up?! I knew… it’s life and so on but me as a real fangirl… I hated it :-( And this time it looks like forever.
    And it’s a bit disappointing that Bolin got such a… running gag. A bit more seriousness would fit him.

    • Senta Herrmann

      Anyway, I’m waiting for Book 3 – curious what will happen.

  • Mud Stickler

    I found book 1 to feel ‘real’, even in its clearly fantasy-esque theme it had a connection to reality. Book 2 was too far removed. While there were amazing moments and well scripted/voiced characters, (Varrick in particular), all the spirits in general, the kooky winged rabbits, the back forth relationship stuff and Bolin becoming an idiot derailed the show for me. Also, seeing Iroh seemed somehow sacrilegious. Having a tea party with googly spirits? What the heck?
    I’m a big fan of ATLA, but after Shyamalan’s turd, I asked myself why I liked the cartoon so much. Was it for the awesome affects? The superb animation? No, it was for the well written characters,I mean, Sokka still cracks me up. I just feel like Korra S2 got away from the essence that made the Avatar series so great.
    Touching on my distaste with the sprits, I preferred the way ATLA included them. Koh the facestealer, Wan Shi Tong, the meditating monkey, actually, even Hei Bai was done well, but those dark sprits of S2 seemed out of place, like they weren’t congruent with the other animation.
    I was hoping for less sprits in S3, but I guess not. Don’t get me wrong though, I like Korra, I just want more quirky character development like the old days.

  • That Guy

    The reason the first season of avatar was so amazing was because of the fluid plot line and great character development (and great humor). From the very first episode you know what the final goal is, and how hard it is going to be to get there. The first season of Korra was very much like this, however there was a lot of foreshadowing. The first season had no initial goal but made you feel the tension between the non benders and the benders of the city. About halfway through the first season the villain presented himself and then the series took off. In Korra season 2 they attempted the same thing, however they got sidetracked by dividing the characters up and deleting a lot of the humor from the show. The second half of Korra season 2 began with a lot of metaphorical anecdotes that were built upon through the episode, and this came off as cheesy at best. To be honest I liked Korra season 2. I felt as if the season was way to convenient and full of plot holes, however it did a wonderful job of providing much needed background to the avatar franchise. Now if in the 3rd and 4th seasons the studio can draw upon the formula of the original series then there will be a lot of fun to be had.

  • JAWAD HASSAN

    this is the best cartoon series i have ever watched. i m anxiously waiting for the last episode of season 2 and the next season. best regards to creator and the whole team .

  • beepa

    In avatar the last airbender, when roku explained the avatar state to Aang, he said it is a “defense mechanism designed to empower you with the skills and knowledge of all the past avatars. The glow, is the combination of all your past lives, focusing their energy. Through your body.” he never mentioned rava being “the glow”. They should’ve made this thing make a little bit more sense.

    • Cameron Vance

      …they did mention that the avatar had forgotten about Rava…
      …Its entirely possible that Rava sort of faded into the background, not manifesting herself directly, and was forgotten about by the avatars

  • Serena

    I hope they focus on Korra’s ability to energy bend in Season 3; what she did in the finale was so cool! Also, I hope she has to travel the world to restore her connection to the past Avatars.

  • Mario Rabe

    i think the only problem i had with season 2 was that korra was losing all the time

  • kt

    I think it’s safe to say this: Korra really never had the opportunity to have ONE end goal like Aang because, well, (no spirit puns intended);

    The whole Legend of Korra “”idea”" was a leap of faith. It didn’t matter if The Last Airbender was amazing or not; Korra was a new show,
    Nickelodeon didn’t offer book 2, 3 or 4 until AFTER Book 1 did so well. Should they have known better? haha We’re biased, so probably. But they didn’t so that’s all that that the creators and whole animation/creative team had to work with the time they had.

    This another reason why they, A) had a rushed story line with the Equalists and Amon and that ended right away, B) Book 2 had to start a whole new story arc because they didn’t no they would get the chance to have more time to work on Korra.

    Character building is so important to every show that airs anywhere, and I fully believe that book 2 made a great foundation for the rest of Korra and, what I believe could happen, at least 2 more spin offs of other new Avatars with even more new story possibilities….

    (But I just think of more spinoffs because I’m a dork like that. ahaha)

  • kt

    I think it’s safe to say this: Korra really never had the opportunity to have ONE end goal like Aang because, well, (no spirit puns intended); Korra was a shot in the dark.

    The whole Legend of Korra “”idea”" was a leap of faith. It didn’t matter if The Last Airbender was amazing or not; Korra was a new show,
    Nickelodeon didn’t offer book 2, 3 or 4 until AFTER Book 1 did so well. Should they have known better? haha We’re biased, so probably. But they didn’t so that’s all that that the creators and whole animation/creative team had to work with the time they had.

    This another reason why they, A) had a rushed story line with the Equalists and Amon and that ended right away, B) Book 2 had to start a whole new story arc because they didn’t no they would get the chance to have more time to work on Korra.

    Character building is so important to every show that airs anywhere, and I fully believe that book 2 made a great foundation for the rest of Korra and, what I believe could happen, at least 2 more spin offs of other new Avatars with even more new story possibilities….

    (But I just think of more spinoffs because I’m a dork like that. ahaha)

  • E

    ……. it was iteresting but sad that kora and her bf broke up in the end ;A;…. =w= like iroh will we be seeing others in the next season from the first series of avatar?

  • Marlon Johnston

    Now I have honestly loved the entirety of Korra, from Book 1 episode 1 to Book 2 episode 14. Since it was originally planned to only go for one season obviously Book 1 didn’t have an open ending and the Book had a fulfilling ending. Either way I am completely okay with the plots of both Books not being connected because realistically problems don’t always flow, they can be spontaneous. Besides as long as the quality of the story is good I’m happy, which in my opinion it was amazing. In my opinion Book 2′s story was quite in depth with Korra experiencing the Spirit World and learning about the origins of the Avatar which I found quite interesting.

  • xhcabl

    I actually enjoyed it quite alot. It showed how much korra developed, not only as a person, but also as the avatar. And i found it interesting how they incorporated old people from the original series. These seasons so far make me estatic for the next season to come.

  • woman

    Hopefully it means they’ll “change” the show to make it less terrible. But I’ve basically given up hope on that after that awful deus ex machina ending.

  • Avatar is the best

    it sounds awesome, and I really hope, from the bottom of my heart, that they never stop making Avatar !!! :) Love IT!

  • Garold

    I wish there was more close fighting like in ATLA casue in there there was alot of well you know… close quarters and interesting combat. Now she fights huge monsters and crap and all it seems like she dose is shoots waves of fire at them

  • Pat

    The coolest thing in “Spirits” by far was the spirit world trippy stuff. Who ever made that stuff had some heavy psychedelic experience and i would encourage NICK to give that boss a raise cause what an amazing job they did with that i felt like i was on L all over again

  • Christopher O’guin

    Unless someone were to have an idea about what the third installment in the series would involve, someone couldnt possibly share a comment on what their thoughts to the proposed title would be. For instance, if there are plans for a season 4; you could call it “Reprocussions” showing that perhaps it was a bad idea at first, but only needed a little adjusting. Letting season 3 end with dramatic tension in hopelessness for Korra leaves a wide opening for season 4 to begin and play through; But simply entitling it “Change” leaves the mind set that things would happily work out and people would learn to adjust and live among the spirits. Putting a twist on it by making it seem like things ended up terrible in the mix of the human and spirit world shocks people and makes them curious and more interested. I suppose it depends on what kind of reaction the producers wanted to get out of the viewers to recieve higher ratings. However, there are a wide variety of different titles and ideas for seasons 3 and 4. You just have to put your mind to it. dont quit at “Change”, thinking that everything is just that easy and it will work out. Or if you do, at least add a little emotional tension and surprise to the series… poor artistic work disgusts me. don’t dissapoint me whatever you decide in the end.

  • RR9

    Does anyone else think that Korra losing her connection is pretty similar to as when Aang lost his Avatar State? We now know that Raava is the source of the Avatar State. When Aang died, Raava died. Aang was then brought back with spirit water, thus bringing Raava back (since he was able to still bend all 4 elements), but SEVERING his connection to the past lives. I emphasize SEVER because Korra’s is also severed, meaning there is still a way to connect. Aang still though had the ability to get into his spiritual side and ask Roku, Yangchen, Kuruk, and Kyoshi for guidance either because his spiritual side is much, much greater than Korra’s or because he was meditating on arguably the most spiritual place in the world (a lion turtle). I think that Korra just needs to get even more into her spiritual side and she’ll find a way to reconnect with her past lives.

    I think people keep thinking that a new Raava was born. No. It’s the same one with the same memories as what just happened 2 minutes ago. She still has the ability to connect, it’s just Korra needs to find the trigger. Whether it’s find a pointy rock and shove her spine into it like Aang did, I don’t know.

    Worst case scenario: if there is no way for her to reconnect, the worst thing is that she can’t use the power of all the past Avatar’s since she’s the first one of the new age. Wan wasn’t able to use the power of the past Avatars because there were none before him, but look at his bending during the Avatar State. I say she would have no problem with that. If she wants to go ask for guidance from the past Avatars, I’m sure she can just go into the Spirit World (now that they are open) and go find one of them.

    The writers I understand want to make LoK completely different from ATLA, but face it, it’s a LoK flower with ATLA roots. There not making Aang or the past Avatars disappear forever.

    • Rull

      I had the same idea about Raava. Idealy, if it is a different (new) Raava, she wouldn’t have the other elements as she was ‘born’ from Vaatu. But Korra shown to be able to bend wind, so yes its good ‘ol Raava

  • Andriy

    Rally i think her opening the portals is a stupid idea…
    Remember what Iro told Korra when she was traped in the spiritworld with Jenora…
    he said that the human energy effects what happens in the spirit world… humans are not meant to be living with the spirits… i personally think that humans are not ready to live with the spirits as human energy is mostly negative ( i know its debateble)
    so thats what i think…
    i am really ecited about seasons 3 and for coming out!!! loking forward to it :)

  • Tira144

    Will Mako and Korra Get back together again?

  • Glennah

    I want Korra and mako back together! D;

  • Kyle Clicquennoi

    I cant wait. I hope Season 3 will have some comedic parts just like in season 2. Im also wondering are there going to be more avatars? Season 2 had less action and more of the funny parts. I like action and comedy. Season 1 was great because of the action. Season 2 i chuckled here and there but was disappointing toe see not enough action.I hope season 3 has both

  • Khalid

    you know what would be cool is since Vatu fused to create an evil avatar and oonalock died. It would be awesome to see in the final season a evil avatar being born

  • CClove

    so far i absolutely LOVE legend of korra… at first i was a little apprehensive of a ‘New’ avatar because in alot of peoples minds, when they though of the Avatar, they pictured a little 12 year old bald kid with a arrow tattoos! and now there’s this 17 year old athletic, hot teenage girl! it really did well in showing the diversity of the avatars. as for the upcoming season, im hoping for more in depth look in the fabulous bending brothers history… also me being a HUGE bolin fan, i really want to see his character grow, for example he is a goofy quirky character who is the comic relief most of the time, but i think it be cool to see more seriousness.. because i swear ive never seen him serious in the entire show so far (even in Battles!)… with him and even Korra i want to see grow and maturing, like in ATLA by the last seasons Aang, Katara, Sokka Zuko and even Toph were way more mature and showed significant growth by the end. Also im hoping in the end korra ends up with bolin..THEY ARE SO PERFECT FOR EACH OTHER!!!! btw what ever happen to toph???????

    • Wilson Lu

      i agree that ATLA and the legend of korra really shows the diversity between the avatars especially in the legend of korra it shows that even the avatars have different morals.korra sort of “defied” tradition and allowed the spirit world to be open which might bite her in the butt in book 3.i wouldnt mind bolin and korra ending up together,but i really doubt that they will because im pretty sure korra still loves mako,but has too much to do and they at least in book 2 always argue.however i think it was just at that moment that korra was so pushy because she wanted to protect her tribe that led to mako breaking up with her.its also stupid how mako can just switch girlfriends so easily.

  • dolly

    I luv korra! she is awesome

  • Mikeline

    I bet that releasing the spirits is gonna end up a bad decision.

  • Slevin Fleetwood

    Honestly, I’d rather see a new series with an adult, or teenage Aang… Or even an Avatar from the past, rather than another season of Korra.

    • Annie Knabb

      They aren’t going to make an adult Avatar Aang TV series because the books exist. The Promise and The Search are what is carrying our beloved characters into adulthood.

      I have to agree that I would love to see a past Avatar. I feel like the season two finale felt more like a series finale. I think it would be great if we could follow Kyoshi or an even older Avatar.

      • Cameron Vance

        I happen to agree with this. The ending was too epic for a season finale. It should’ve been saved for season 4.

  • mystic exarch

    Ending of season 2 was awful. Dozens of plot holes make it obvious that the writers clearly had no idea where to go next. The finale looked like something you would expect if they were making stuff up at the last minute. Everything about it is lazy, hamfisted, and clearly a ploy for drama.

    In my experience, any sort of media (whether it is books, games, or movies) doesn’t really recover from something like this. Most likely, the writers are going to repeat the same thing over again in season 3. I don’t really have much hope that it’s going to be awesome and everything.

    It’s a shame, because season one was so interesting and the finale was excellent.

  • hellfireocean

    I think its amazing!! Just a long as M. Night Shyamalan doesn’t turn it into an abortion like The Last Airbender…. I think the creators only really intended for this to be an apology for selling the rights to him in the first place…. And fan’s were stoked, so they tried to really make up for sullying their franchise, but did they succeed? We shall see….

  • The Architect

    I am a big fan of sci fi and steam punk and to be quite honest, one of the best things about this series is how they are able to mesh the functions of both magic (bending) and machine. If they were to continue this and make another series, they should probably set it sometime in the future. Because of the fact that still not everyone is a bender, you are bound to have uprisings similar to those like in season 1. Technology is ultimately on its way with a showdown with this spiritual power given to these people and your going to get this one guy who finds a way through science to give nonbenders and benders alike the power to bend multiple and even foreign elements (like light, atoms etc). This would make the avatars job more difficult but ultimately this is probably the way technology would progress, and it would make for a cool cyberpunk themed avatar series.

  • Stephanie Kealm

    While I often find myself missing the deeper plot and character development of TLA, I really enjoy the Korra series. The animation is beautiful and I love seeing how much the world has changed over the last few generations. The main characters are all pretty unique and its hard to directly compare them to the members of the Gaang (which is awesome because before watching the show I was afraid that the new cast would be bad knock-offs of the old show). I also like that the romantic relationships between the Asami-Macao-Korra triangle are not set in stone.
    What I’m wondering is when we’re going to see Sokka’s kids/grandkids lol he was always my favorite character in TLA and I’m dying to know what happened to him. I’m sure I remember him being on the council in the city (completely blanking on its name right now lol) but other than that there’s been no mention other than the fact that Katara outlived him.

  • cutestuffings

    maybe think of a o that better book title. it may have a nice plot to it, but try to make it more catchy so that fans may want to be more excited about it. up until now, there are still mysteries about the original series and I want answer. also, i hope it shows the lives of the original team avatar before aang died. i hope the mysteries would be as striking and as shocking :) . looking forward to watching book 3 :)

  • cutestuffings

    *maybe think of A BETTER book title. sorry about the type-o. didn’t notice it.

  • ORB1T4L

    I wonder if they’ll make a show where we see the world change to become “ours”, remember the TLA opening when the narrator says “a long time ago” ? Well, as it happens in a distant past, I assume they’ll get to our time eventually. I want to see how our world was shaped in the Avatar world. Also, when you look at the world’s map, it really looks like earth millions of years ago, when the continents had different shapes and locations.

    • Annie Knabb

      The Avatar world is not connected to ours. This is HIGH fantasy (In the same genre as Tamora Peirce’s and J.R.R. Tolkien’s works). In high fantasy, the world that the characters are living in is not connected to out world today.

      When Katara says “a long time ago” in the opening, she is referring to the time before Sozin’s commit and the 100 Year War.

      • ORB1T4L

        I didn’t know that, thank you. But the continents shapes really is something like our world. But it might just be an alternate Earth.

  • XX123TLAFAN

    Skrew Korra she was to weak !

    • Cameron M.

      She was only week because she has a hard time connecting with spirits. She was bad at the spirit thing, which makes her bad at the being amazing avatar thing. She wants to be the avatar instead of being herself with avatar capabilities. That is why when she connects with HER SELF she is really strong. Her physical form and therefore her spirit, being her, is strong “physically” to other spirits.

      After watching the ending multiple times and the whole season/series multiple times it makes an amazing amount of sense. “SPOILERS AHEAD”

      When she finally connected with her true spirit self, and finally knows what SHE needs to be, she prolly will be able to be a strong avatar. She has the power of her true self now mixed with the avatar type ability. Before it was only rava side fighting and that was not enough. it is only when she connects herself with rava that the “avatar state” is fully functioning and will almost never lose.

      I’m just amazed that this season went anywhere after the first one ended. I was thinking how the hell could they top that? And they did. Not all of it was played great, but it still was a really really good wrap up and stayed true to the avatar series’s

  • becky

    <— Jinora fan!!!!!!!!

    • mila

      jinora is fucking awesome!!!!!

  • Jakshaana

    hi

  • Jakshaana

    I luv legend of korra cant wait till season 3 WOAH!

  • Alec Rosen

    Everyone is missing the important facts here. What happened to the lion turtles? They should bring them back or at least explain in depth what happened to them and why there was one lingering around at the end of TLA! Please comment if you have any insight on this or agree

    • Alec Rosen

      And also what happened to the lion turtle at the end of TLA where did he go?

    • Cameron Vance

      There was only one left… I think that the rest of them died off… either of old age, out of grief for seeing war and destruction get spread across the world (They DID guard the humans from the spirits after all…), or were probably killed off as a result of wars.

  • dindandong

    As you know light creates shadow, one cannot live without the other. I have remembered that Korra turned spirits into darkness ones only by her emotions, emotions represents spirits and humans body. I think that the avatar’s job is to create balance between darkness and light, if light spirit overflows the world it would be total chaos over earth and if dark spirits overfolws the planet it would be madness and higher rate of crimes.I also think humans created spirits, in the story of adam and eve they ate the apple which is the birth of lightness and darkness this diagram shows birth of spirits .

  • Valery

    I wish they brought back Tarrlok. Now that would be a twist!

  • buttwad_mcgee

    Theory i just thought up; Because Korra destroyed Vaatu, there are no more dark spirits, but remember what Raava said to Wan?…”If either of us destroys each other, the defeated will grow within the victor. Dark cannot exist without light, nor can light exist without dark.” This means that Vaatu will grow from within Raava, who is inside of Korra once again. KORRA WILL BE THE DARK AND LIGHT AVATAR IN SEASON 3. If it happens, it would be interesting to see how the conflicting spirits inside her will effect her life and role as the Avatar.

  • Ayudeat85

    I wonder if Korra is going to find a way to conncet with the past lives agian..Aang and Avatar Roku and the others can’t be gone forever!!!!

  • Nito

    All in all i was disappointed with both season 1 and 2. For starters I absolutely hate it when the main character is naturally born talented. I like it when the character needs to grow and train and grow some more. I was all for a female lead character but Korra’s attitude almost ruined the whole first season for me. That arrogant cocky and downright rude attitude was just horrible. I watched both seasons and i will watch 3 and 4 but as a follow-up to TLA Korra pales in comparison.

  • K

    I really wanna see some Borra in season 3. In ATLA Aang did get together with the first person he met; why shouldn’t Korra do the same? xD

  • Alicia Dellapina

    That is a ok name for book 3. I got an idea for the first show for book 3

    • Alicia Dellapina

      Does any one want to hear it?

  • Adrian A. Xavier

    Avatar Korra is the worst Avatar Character . . . they should have continue the Story with Avatar Aang in his mature age. . who the hell wants to see a teenage girl Avatar, that sucks . . .

    • Annie Knabb

      They ARE continuing the story with Avatar Aang… The Promise and The Search are already both out.

  • Vân Anh Kumi

    We have to wait in one year again? T.T

  • kylie

    I hope korra and mako get back together

  • Abbas Mehri

    my question is when is it coming out ? season 3 ?

  • ben landmesser

    i think they should start work on a 3rd show now…. “Wan The First Avatar!”
    because the two episodes explaining how he became the avatar were sooo awesome!!!! i almost forgot all about the actual show i was watching lol and i feel like they could easily make 4 seasons out of it XD, just a thought

  • Ls_Livan

    when will book 3 come out

  • Mel

    You know being a major fan of “The Last Airbender” I refused to watch this series, mainly because I still wanted the old characters to be alive and I refused to accept them not being there anymore(Not very good with change). But after watching this, though I still miss the originals, I will admit the love I had for TLA has reappeared in this series just a tiny bit haha. I love how they bring flashbacks of Toph and Sokka and Aang in their youth, I swear I cried every time I saw them. But not only that I love some of the new characters as well. Bolin reminds me of sokka and Tenzin and Bumi are just as amazing but I love Iroh because his voice is zuko’s! Also the way they put the old Iroh in there was just as tear jerking. Lesson learned, Anything that has to do with TLA I will accept with open arms. Hopefully in this season, Korra will regain her connection with her past lives and hopefully her and Iroh(The young one) can be together :) Also if they can bring the old Iroh in a couple dozen times I’ll be content.

  • jpet88

    I cant wait if they do any more seasons after this. Since she destroyed the evil spirit. Be interesting how the future avatars deal with the growing inner turmoil as Vaatu reemerges.

  • ?

    I’m so excited for this new season to come out! Although I think that maybe they should have chosen a better name than ‘Change,’ because it sounds like EVERYTHING will be totally different. Like, everything.

  • Dogukan

    The books title is named ‘changed’ as Korra decides to leave the portals open so humans and spirits can live together.

  • Stephanie

    HOLY….I CANNOT WAIT THIS ANIME SERIES IS ONE OF THE MANY BEST SERIES I’VE SEEN AMAZED SIMLPY AMAZED BY IT SUPER EXCITED

  • john

    Guys I need has book 3 come out yet cuz I wanna watch it and I dont know because my tv is out right now

  • Levin Gasmeña

    I don’t like the idea that there are spirits in the physical realm now but hey, it might be good .

  • iSync

    I want them to make one alst season of The Last Airbender.. Nothing was as good as that. It should show how zuko find his mother, what happened after the firelord was defeated etc. i think they ended it with so much suspence still alive in the whole story.

  • xkiimpiie

    i hate the ending of season 2 becours korra and mako broke up .
    and asami did ofc take her change to take mako back the B!!@#@ i hate her so mutch cinde sad that i geth fu up of an anime eps xD but yeah i hate asami >.> i HOPE mako en korra geth back :3 in season 3

  • tornstorm

    I gues it might be OK but not cool try ” the new era

  • Superwholock guy

    This season was good however I think unalaq becoming a dark avatar could have been brought into a third season rather then him becoming a massive cosmic energy monster

  • I just had to!

    There was some dicussion on season 2 lacking humor, but i couldn’t disagree more. Season 1 was enjoyable in the humor department but wasn’t exceptionally memorable, although everyone (or maybe just me) can remember Nuktuc, the talking animals, badly cut ‘mover’ scenes, Uncle Boomi (hilarious!), sibling banter, the flying bison names, Korra’s overal attitude,Verrick, ect (and does anybody else love Korra’s mother’s voice?). This all joined to create a really funny story and loveable characters.

  • Ruby

    I want that Korra finde a new boyfriend and the other ones don’t like/trust him ;D but i don’t think she will get a new boyfriend :(

    • Adriannan Nonyo

      Korr is like what? 17? Give it time.

  • Moises1213

    She can’t end the avatar reincarnation she can’t!!!! I love this show so much

  • sanzid

    when will season 3 come out

  • Jacob

    I got to know more and i can’t wait to see it

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