dem similarities. .. You'd almost think they were the same person.
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#146 to #15 - anon (11/09/2013) [-]
User avatar #41 to #15 - rakaka (11/04/2013) [-]
le avatar faec
User avatar #46 to #15 - applesdontpee (11/04/2013) [-]
i'd be perfectly happy if they stopped this season in its tracks and started on wan's entire life
User avatar #54 to #46 - linktheherooftime (11/04/2013) [-]
Wan us best avatar.
#63 to #54 - azraelthemage (11/04/2013) [-]
********		!!!! ROKU IS BEST AVATAR!!!
******** !!!! ROKU IS BEST AVATAR!!!
#69 to #63 - whyunofeellucky ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
To be fair, if it were up to Roku, there wouldn't have been any unity between the nations.
#113 to #63 - cjasper (11/04/2013) [-]
please...
please...
User avatar #120 to #46 - daentraya (11/04/2013) [-]
Yeah. Korra is a bitch. I hope she at least learns some respect by remembering Wan's life
User avatar #5 - pureevil (11/03/2013) [-]
You'd almost think they were the same person.
#147 to #5 - EKcEntRIC (11/09/2013) [-]
aren't they..?
[bigAREN'T THEY!?!?][big]
#122 to #5 - anon (11/04/2013) [-]
Oh my god, that cracked me up
#51 - pussypunchpiss (11/04/2013) [-]
last one
#31 - unitlogistfaction (11/03/2013) [-]
If I was Kora all that would be going through my mind would be "I cant believe I 			******		 Katara."
If I was Kora all that would be going through my mind would be "I cant believe I ****** Katara."
#35 to #31 - supersnake (11/04/2013) [-]
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#3 - newdevyx (11/03/2013) [-]
the last one.
the last one.
User avatar #16 to #3 - chuckstein (11/03/2013) [-]
What's the sauce of this? I see it around a lot
#17 to #16 - sscuba (11/03/2013) [-]
Fullmetal alchemist
#38 to #17 - mitchem (11/04/2013) [-]
Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood

The original didn't get as feely.
User avatar #60 to #38 - FJisGAY (11/04/2013) [-]
yes it did stop lying
#142 to #3 - anon (11/05/2013) [-]
Is this a part after he loses his sight?
#145 to #142 - anon (11/05/2013) [-]
he does lose his eyesight but he gets it back using the last philospher's stoen that Justin had
#58 - agentdoubleohio (11/04/2013) [-]
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User avatar #40 - thescyle (11/04/2013) [-]
whoaaa they must have some unknown secret connection to each other....
#59 - Jesusnipples ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
It's like they're the same person or something
It's like they're the same person or something
User avatar #67 to #59 - gongthehawkeye (11/04/2013) [-]
Doesn't that mean Korra and Katara are technically married?
And that she's Tenzin's dad/mom?
User avatar #74 to #67 - Jesusnipples ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
They were, but then Korra died as Aang but got better (stopped being dead) when he turned into Korra so it's the same person, just... interrupted.

I sound like a lunatic
User avatar #71 to #67 - navadae (11/04/2013) [-]
you just made this creepy, are you proud of yourself?
User avatar #72 to #71 - gongthehawkeye (11/04/2013) [-]
If you think that's creepy, you've never heard of r34.
#49 - zekeon (11/04/2013) [-]
It's because they're technically the same person, along with being the same as hundreds of other people.
It's because they're technically the same person, along with being the same as hundreds of other people.
User avatar #83 to #49 - stocxt (11/04/2013) [-]
Could you see Kyoshi making those faces though?
#86 to #83 - nimithecat (11/04/2013) [-]
We need a Kyoshi episode. Imagine how adorable she was before she went "femminazi" and started making a female warrior island.   
She must've been so moe and adorably dorky.
We need a Kyoshi episode. Imagine how adorable she was before she went "femminazi" and started making a female warrior island.
She must've been so moe and adorably dorky.
User avatar #88 to #86 - stocxt (11/04/2013) [-]
I imagine her as being serious pretty much since she first learned she was the Avatar. She knew it was her responsibility to maintain peace among the nations and the spirits and she wasn't going to take the job lightly
#89 to #88 - nimithecat (11/04/2013) [-]
I dunno, Avatars seem to have a bit of free-spirited nature about them whenever they're not doing anything serious.

Wan was not even the worst, he was a friggin' power thief at first, Aang ran away for 200 years and left everybody to die, and Korra by those standards is the most well-behaved;
all that she ever did was be an angsty bitch that friendzoned poor Bolin.

Being an Avatar almost has the requirement of the person being a dickwad.
#90 to #89 - nimithecat (11/04/2013) [-]
Actually, I take that back.
I saw myself as Bolin, and seeing Korra kissing Mako in front of him
kinda made me hate her guts for a few weeks. -.-
#112 to #90 - gggman (11/04/2013) [-]
Many of us have been there buddy
User avatar #91 to #89 - stocxt (11/04/2013) [-]
Well he stole the power of fire to fight back against the people oppressing the undeserving lower class in his city. And that was well before he was even established as the first avatar.
And Aang was only gone for 100 years, and he didn't know the Fire Nation would attack the Air Temples before leaving. He just couldn't handle the pressure of being the avatar and the isolation he felt for being "special". Most likely once he calmed down he would have returned to his duties as avatar. And who plans to get caught in a terrible windstorm and get trapped in a glacier for 100 years?
Korra's just a headstrong and stubborn person who doesn't always act with the wisdom and calmness an Avatar should.
#93 to #91 - nimithecat (11/04/2013) [-]
Solid points. I can't argue against them.
You win.

I don't ever remember losing an argument on the internet so easily.
Well uh.. so according to internet customs, I'm supposed to call you
a ****** or a faggot to defeating me, but I can't help but agree with you.
So I won't call you either of the two.

Im going to sleep.
#39 - theladydeadpool (11/04/2013) [-]
Cowboy Bebop and Naruto
Cowboy Bebop and Naruto
User avatar #53 to #39 - turretbuddy (11/04/2013) [-]
DO NOT RELATE COWBOY BEBOP WITH THAT FILTH
#66 to #53 - angrybarts (11/04/2013) [-]
I actually like naruto im sure lots of other people do why do you think it has 400 some episodes. No need to be a prick about it
#70 to #66 - turretbuddy (11/04/2013) [-]
lel notaste
lel notaste
#87 to #66 - nimithecat (11/04/2013) [-]
finally... somebody who speaks the truth without being neg-voted to death!


Gintama is still a million times better, but I can agree that Naruto is still enjoyable and watchable(whenever it's not raping us with fillers and made-up flashbacks for the sake of avoiding advancing the plot)
User avatar #117 to #87 - snowshark (11/04/2013) [-]
See, I just want to compliment you on using the words 'Enjoyable' and 'Watchable'. I figure you only used them since you know on a critical level naruto simply doesn't hold anywhere near as much water as people like to pretend it does but it still manages to be interesting and entertaining enough to hold your attention when it tries to.

It kinda peaked for me with the sound 5 (since those were some 'REALLY' good fights... except Kiba whose was so/so) But at least Shippuden has been working up to something whilst other anime, like Bleach, have only worked their way towards let-down. I mean... Obito is kind of a let-down I'll admit but not to the degree of Aizen and the parallels between him and Naruto are a really nice touch.
#132 to #117 - nimithecat (11/04/2013) [-]
Yeah i don't get why people hate on DBZ and bleach.   
It's like mocking your own childhood when someone's bashing DBZ.   
   
Now with bleach, I'll admit... the story isn't ground-breaking, but it's more of a ride.   
A violent, fun, ride.   
The arrancar saga was the finest; there were spectacular battles everywhere, there was plenty of character and world development, and the battle animations were "			*************************************		 is" to the point to where every sword clash resulted in a pillar of light or some nuclear explosion- I 			*******		 LOVE THAT!   
   
Hell, me and my 40 year old dad enjoyed the 			****		 out of this series since it brought us back to the old days of DBZ, but with some higher quality animation..   
   
Of course, everything went to 			****		 when Ichigo lost is soul reaper powers, and the next two arcs were underpowered weak 			****		.   
   
In retrospect, I can at least defend the "Time traveller guy"s since the story was significantly improved to compensate for Ichigo's new power limitations..   
But god-damn... did they really have to nerf his powers that badly?   
   
We will never know.   
   
It's all about the 			*******		 BANDWAGONS.   
As soon as the first hipster calls something 			******		, everybody else follows like sheeple.   
   
Now if people start making a bandwagon against Attack on Titan's quality, there's going to be 			*******		 hell to pay.
Yeah i don't get why people hate on DBZ and bleach.
It's like mocking your own childhood when someone's bashing DBZ.

Now with bleach, I'll admit... the story isn't ground-breaking, but it's more of a ride.
A violent, fun, ride.
The arrancar saga was the finest; there were spectacular battles everywhere, there was plenty of character and world development, and the battle animations were " ************************************* is" to the point to where every sword clash resulted in a pillar of light or some nuclear explosion- I ******* LOVE THAT!

Hell, me and my 40 year old dad enjoyed the **** out of this series since it brought us back to the old days of DBZ, but with some higher quality animation..

Of course, everything went to **** when Ichigo lost is soul reaper powers, and the next two arcs were underpowered weak **** .

In retrospect, I can at least defend the "Time traveller guy"s since the story was significantly improved to compensate for Ichigo's new power limitations..
But god-damn... did they really have to nerf his powers that badly?

We will never know.

It's all about the ******* BANDWAGONS.
As soon as the first hipster calls something ****** , everybody else follows like sheeple.

Now if people start making a bandwagon against Attack on Titan's quality, there's going to be ******* hell to pay.
#136 to #132 - snowshark (11/04/2013) [-]
And AoT has a -LOT- of problems but they're entirely the anime's fault. THe anime is over-dramatic as **** and whilst the fight scenes when Eren first became a titan were cool from there all that has happened is the physics have been ****** up the ass more and more because "OOH! Bright lights, spinny swords, flying about the place!" The story is fine, much better than Bleach, Naruto, and Fairy Tail but the presentation of it is, for the most part, piss-poor. This is a trend that exists all throughout anime these days and whilst occasionally you'll see something clever and subtle you mostly see nothing on-par with the work we got in the late-90s and early 2000s.

Manga, on the other hand, has gone from strength to strength, taking full advantage of all of the things Anime lacks. Manga like Battle Angel Alita and Kingdom are story-wise far better than most of the anime that comes out, offering both action and story in refined measure.

One Piece is the only shounen anime to really be of any worth now and that's only because it's mangaka is a freaking obsessive genius, drawing almost all of the 720+ chapters by hand (and that's roughly 16,980 pages over the past thirteen years.) THe anime fills the gaps it leaves with a lot of dead airtime that the manga is thankfully bereft of but it's of a good enough quality that I read the manga for the story and when the anime catches up I take a look at the fight scenes.

(The picture is from Kingdom. It's got roughly 250 chapters so-far and the art is consistently as beautiful and gruesome and graphic as this.)

I'm not saying anime > Manga, I'm saying that a lot of anime nowadays just doesn't live up to what it could be. The closest is Magi which is actually better than it's manga for the most part. Another example of Anime > Manga is Trigun, one of the best anime series ever made. Hellsing Ultimate is also pretty good as an example but tends to step into overdrama every now and then. It's still good.
User avatar #135 to #132 - snowshark (11/04/2013) [-]
Well, peraonally I go in for story and characters and whilst there were some interesting characters in the Arancarr arc (more-so than the soul society) and the action was good the series peaked when Rukia was kidnapped in terms of characters because from there-on characters just stagnated. We've seen no growth in Ichigo as a character (his power has increased but that's all flash and fighting which personally is only icing on the cake and frankly all icing and no cake makes for a very imbalanced dessert).

Inogue looked to have some character growth in the Arrancarr arc but turns out it was all character blue-balls because when she sees the bloodied corpse of her friend lying there with a huge hole in his chest, instead of even trying to do anything (like she said constantly she was tired of doing) she screams for him to save her and well you understand how horribly character-breaking this is.

Karin and Yuzu get **** all in the way of screentime even though Karin is heavily hinted to have powers of her own, Chad just wins a completely inconsequential battle before getting curb-stomped, if he even gets the battle before-hand (even having his arc about his powers stolen by Ichigo because people seem to think that bright lights and explosions are all an anime needs to be good). Ishida had a lot of nice moments in the Soul Society and was the only one of the bunch who went there to do anything interesting in terms of developing his character but then does about as much as Chad in Las Noches.

I really thought the series was looking up when Ichigo lost his powers. Starting back from square one, we get to see more of the characters we came to love in the early episodes, it excluded all of the Soul Society characters, and pitted Ichigo against his toughest challenge yet.

But it was cancelled and everything had to get wrapped up quickly in the anime. The manga though has gone on to make Ichigo Sword-Jesus once more and it is all the worse for it.
#128 to #53 - brief (11/04/2013) [-]
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User avatar #95 to #39 - drinktogetdrunk (11/04/2013) [-]
I don't understand how these things happen
It makes me think that the people who animate just use action templates and just draw the characters over them.
User avatar #75 to #39 - inuares (11/04/2013) [-]
cowboy bebop still looks better in my opinion.
User avatar #115 to #75 - snowshark (11/04/2013) [-]
Of course it does. It's a short series with one of the best art-teams to appear in an anime and working with fantastic material, Naruto's got to pump out a single episode every week so it doesn't have the time, budget, or creative leway that Bebop had.

It doesn't mean Bebop's not better in pretty much every respect to Naruto, just that it is understandable -why- it is.
#55 to #39 - basichaharemix (11/04/2013) [-]
The Boondocks did the same thing with Naruto
The Boondocks did the same thing with Naruto
User avatar #114 to #55 - snowshark (11/04/2013) [-]
No, Naruto copied Boondocks.

What? You think -TIME- is going to stop Kishimoto's unoriginality?! You underestimate his creative bankruptcy greatly!
User avatar #134 to #114 - basichaharemix (11/04/2013) [-]
The Boondocks shot was from season 3 which aired in 2010. That shot from Naruto aired in 2005 and that's in the US alone it probably aired earlier in Japan. If you're trying to be funny it doesn't make much sense.
User avatar #137 to #134 - snowshark (11/04/2013) [-]
"You think -TIME- is going to stop Kishimoto's unoriginality?! You underestimate his creative bankruptcy greatly!"

It basically means Kishimoto (the guy who draws the naruto manga and creative lead on the anime) can reach through time to find stuff to rip-off because his creative bankruptcy is just so powerful.
#45 to #39 - butterisgood (11/04/2013) [-]
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#68 to #45 - anon (11/04/2013) [-]
From where?
User avatar #98 to #68 - HAMMATIMEZ ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
Top: Death Note

Bottom: Watamote I believe
User avatar #1 - themedianoche **User deleted account** (11/03/2013) [-]
Well, they are the same person technically, too bad that the hormones made him/her act like a bitch
User avatar #11 to #1 - grimagination (11/03/2013) [-]
she got her **** together in episode 8 atleast
User avatar #94 - kaycie (11/04/2013) [-]
the two episodes about the first avatar were so ******* cool
User avatar #105 - xyxoz (11/04/2013) [-]
Nah, Aang's tits ain't near as buff.
User avatar #111 to #105 - Smegmamark (11/04/2013) [-]
Aang ain't a cunt either.
User avatar #127 - chaossniper (11/04/2013) [-]
i don't know man aang isn't a bitching teenage unable to listen, i mean he always listen to sokka or katara sometimes even to toph, but korra never listens
User avatar #131 to #127 - hiyorin (11/04/2013) [-]
He's a good listener but he's afraid of his responsibilities of being the avatar, Korra embraces her responsibilities being the avatar but she's bitch at being human, so yeah, Aang's the greatest of the two.
#121 - sippay (11/04/2013) [-]
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#116 - Ihazfunkitty (11/04/2013) [-]
that last one dude... not cool
that last one dude... not cool
User avatar #106 - ryderjbudde (11/04/2013) [-]
(insert comment about how they are the same person here)
#9 - anon (11/03/2013) [-]
Does anyone else think that the original series is about 1000 times better than the new one?
User avatar #77 to #9 - newforomador (11/04/2013) [-]
I say **** 'em both, we need a series on Wan.
#110 to #9 - anon (11/04/2013) [-]
I'm ashamed to say that i haven't dared to watch Korra yet.. I loved the last airbender so much i really don't want it tainted with this new show where the settings seems so off. And for the very little i've seen (about 10 min into the first ep) Korra seems to be a really annoying person. Also, i cant really stand the thought that Aang are dead.

But with that being said, is Korra a good show to watch anyways? I mean, i know i just sound a little afraid of changes, but changes can also be good, so i'm really interessted in your opinions. Is it worth watching?
#130 to #110 - baitdoesnttalkback (11/04/2013) [-]
tbh i would not be watching korra if it wasnt a spinnoff of avatar. but i watched avatar on its own merits
User avatar #20 to #9 - TheMather ONLINE (11/03/2013) [-]
TLA is a kids' show, LOK is a teen show (because the creators are actually aware that the fanbase consists mostly of people that watched TLA when it was airing). You can't compare them.
User avatar #12 to #9 - lacklusterpelican (11/03/2013) [-]
You took the words right out of my mouth
#18 to #9 - nonanonnon (11/03/2013) [-]
You can't top the original, but I'm still glad to see this show.
User avatar #19 to #9 - asasqw (11/03/2013) [-]
It is unfair to compare the two LAB is one of the greatest animated shows where LOK is still a good one in it's own right
User avatar #22 to #9 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/03/2013) [-]
My issue with legend of korra opposed to last airbender is mostly the setting... I liked the oldschool China (with some additions) waay better than the 1920s thing korra's got going on.
User avatar #118 to #22 - lesrin ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
agreed completely, i cannot agree with you anymore then i do, that was a huge chunk of why i got into avatar, a small portion is also that aang was some excited immature kid that was calm and wise even when it came to certain things, he understood he isnt the baddest mofo and accepted it, a humble personallity, then you have dead opposite korra whos a teen going through a pms hurricane, that thinks shes god, and does **** without even taking a second to think about it, nothing that would make me stop watching just a little less catching if you ask me
User avatar #119 to #118 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
yeah same here, Aang was cool, fun yet collected when need be.
Korra can be kiiiiinda bitchy sometimes a lot

Though she is still an interesting character, the fact that she had multiple elements from very early on, plus special training, would make ANYONE think they're a badass... throw in a bit of PMS and teenage issues and you can't really blame her for turning out the way she did.

She is gonna tackle some different issues, and in a very different way that Aang would, and I like that. I didn't want her to be Aang 2 if that was the case we would have gotten Aang... I would have liked that a lot too though

I think my issue with the 1920s are the same with the "everything can be turned into steampunk"
I hate when everything is turned steampunk when ITS NOT ******* SUPPOSED TO BE STEAMPUNK!!!
Keep your fandoms apart...
rant over

I feel like the oldschool setting was more interesting, I dont give a **** about pro-bending, give me proper martial arts!
Dont give me cars! or mechs! I wanna see more interesting animal mixes and MOTHER ******* BENDING!
I liked the first season of korra a lot more than this one... the non-bending vs bending was amazing! they should've kept with that! the spirits are cool too, but I feel like season two was too much 1920s and too little avatar... granted I havent seen the latest episode yet, I was just reminded now that it was out
The best part I've seen of book two was the part with Wan, and when a two-part backflash rushthrough of an entire life is better than a season... something went wrong.
#149 to #119 - jubajubejiblets ONLINE (11/10/2013) [-]
In actual history the Second Industrial revolution took around 50 years (which is about how much time is between TLA and LOK) to convert from horse drawn carriages to motorcars radios etc being commonplace. You throw in bending and denizens from every culture in the world in one city (which thus far is the only one to be industrialized to the extent it has that we have seen) innovative individuals and the tech that was already present like the firenation warships, air baloons etc, and it at least makes it believable. I like discussing this kind of stuff I think its fun.
User avatar #150 to #149 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/10/2013) [-]
it wasnt about believablility... I just like the older setting better... i kinda wanted it to stay old school chinaesque, I like the architecture better, the clothing styles... the attitude of the people...
#124 to #119 - Aftershock (11/04/2013) [-]
I feel like a major part of the purpose of the 1920's setting was Amon's rebellion. That couldn't have happened without the steam-punk like technological advances. And although that technology is everywhere, and seems to have suddenly cropped up waaay to quickly, I suppose it does make sense that with bending, particularly metal and lightning bending, technology would have advanced in that direction much quicker.

Personally I think the major flaw with LoK was simply that they didn't take their time the way AtLA did. Everything seems a little more rushed, and over too quickly some how. They don't have the same kind of journey that AtLA did, somehow the moments that should be climactic are just a little too quick to really strike home.
User avatar #133 to #124 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/04/2013) [-]
You have a good point.

I think the reason it's rushed is because in AtLA they had the firelord as the primary evil through the entire show, with a new villain every season as Korra apparently is doing it, they need to create a new mystery, establishment of a villain, development of Korra and a victory in one season. With Aang they had the time to create interesting developments, they could fit in a much bigger adventure.
#141 to #133 - Aftershock (11/05/2013) [-]
The season also seems to be half the size, which only exacerbates the issue. Season one of LoK was 12 episodes, AtLA seasons were like 22 episodes.

It's a shame they're doing that. Would've been better if they had an underpinning conflict. Say for example if there were smaller developments and whatnot along the way, but throughout the three seasons we saw Amon and the equalists slowly rise to power and infamy, and Korra's quest to figure out how to defeat Amons bending-blocking-technique, instead of Aang just suddenly giving it to her.
User avatar #144 to #141 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/05/2013) [-]
the entire bending/non-bending issue was a more engaging and interesting plot than civil war...

not that the civil war isnt interesting too, but non-bending can truly span the entire world, where the civil war, though it may still affect the other nations, is still primarily a water tribe issue
User avatar #143 to #141 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/05/2013) [-]
Thats exactly what Korra should have been

Amon was also way cooler a villain
#148 to #22 - jubajubejiblets ONLINE (11/10/2013) [-]
For me, season one of LOK was freaking amazing from start to finish. Excellent writing all around, however LOK is great for different reasons than TLA was. Amond was a stonger villain from a storytelling perspective than Firelord Ozai was, (to be fair the story in TLA was more concerned about Ang's journey and struggle to learn the elements and to find out what it means to be the Avatar rather than a continual struggle with the villain so Ozai didn't need to be as strong a character. In fact, the only time we get to see much of Ozai is when it was directly involved with developing Zuko as a character, who was a compelling villain in his own right before his redemption.) I think the reason there is disappointment is because people were expecting more of the same, but LOK moved into new territory that I think was a good artistic move. It showed how technology and the world would develop given the fundamental ways humanity works in the world of Avatar. Different themes, different characters, different circumstances all based around the same world, and the twenties vibe is something that isn't touched on much in current entertainment (with the exception being maybe bioshock infinite), so I found it refreshing. With the "beginnings" arc, we got an awesome legend unfold that scratches the same itch that the Illiad, The Sillmarillion, and Norse Mythology scratches for me. Granted, the first part of season 2 of LOK was a bit tedious with Korra being a total arrogant bitch, but I can see why it was necessary with these latest episodes. I mean, its not a stretch that a person of her age would act that way, and she seems to have grown from that.
User avatar #151 to #148 - zaywoot ONLINE (11/10/2013) [-]
I liked the first season of LOK way more than this season, and that is mainly because of Amon. Amon was really cool, he had that badassitude that I dont feel I get from whats his face... Unalaq. I even struggle with remembering his name...

Sure, he's clever and manipulative which I usually love in villains, but Unalaq doesnt seem... as compelling...

If I could choose I would have wanted LOK to continue with Amon as the main antagonist, as I've written somewhere in this entire discussion, nonbender/bending war vs civil war in the water tribe, bendingwar felt more compelling... also because I feel it touched subjects that hadn't been thoroughly explored yet, the side of the non-benders... aside from a couple of raids/abuse in ATLa
#138 - ronjeremysweiner (11/04/2013) [-]
that last one made me sad
User avatar #101 - sunice (11/04/2013) [-]
Wait, if Katara ended up married to Aang, and Korra is the reincarnation of Aang, does this mean that spiritually Katara would be considered a lesbian now?
#108 to #101 - amuzen (11/04/2013) [-]
nah cuz spiritually the avatar is originally a dude named wun.
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