The journey to The Legend of Korra season 2 has been an epic one, and though no two fan’s experiences will be exactly the same, we think there are some key moments we have all shared.
Now that we are merely hours away from the Legend of Korra season 2 premiere, we feel justified in looking back on the long, amazing journey! Without further ado, SeptBender proudly presents:
A journey to ‘The Legend of Korra’ season 2
As told by ‘The Legend of Korra’
When we first heard about ‘The Legend of Korra,’ we were like
As we learned more, we couldn’t help getting excited
The show began, and we… fell in love
Each week, we were like:
And then, all too soon, The Legend of Korra season 1 ended.
We were okay for a few months, being the leaf…
Holding on to the awesomeness of Book 1…
But then we started to wonder…
Where is book 2?
Maybe it will come out in March!
Maybe it will come out in April?
What about May?
The fandom was bereft.
Our Legend of Korra withdrawal basically felt like this
But then came Comic-Con 2013!
As if awoken from a deep slumber, we awoke…
And learned that ‘The Legend of Korra’ season 2 would be…
And then we were like
When in September?
… We don’t know yet.
But then, at long last, the news arrived!
And we were like
But hey, we’ll stay totally calm, right guys?
The Legend of Korra season 2 premies TONIGHT at 7 pm on Nickelodeon.
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