Book Two of AVATAR begins with Aang learning more about his powers and hints of possible sparks between Aang and Katara.
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Book One ends with a climactic showdown, a tragic death, and another visit to the Spirit World for Aang.
Today, we take a look at the six best comics offered during last week’s Free Comic Book Day. Which books were the standouts this year? Read on and find out.
As Season One reaches its home stretch, Aang and his friends score a major victory against the Fire Nation and finally reach their first destination.
Our heroic trio encounters allies both old and new as they get closer to reaching the first stop on Aang’s quest to battle the Fire Lord.
A new shade of Zuko’s character is revealed and our heroes get a little mushy in this week’s double shot of AVATAR.
Animation vet Ralph Bakshi’s twisted revamp of the iconic cartoon superhero was short-lived and controversial but also quite influential and ahead of its time.
Aang gains some people skills and overcomes one of his biggest hangups, while Zuko gains some much-needed depth.
These two episodes shift the focus from Aang and manage to give Katara and Sokka even more depth and appeal. Also, Pirates and Tree Children!
It’s New To Me – AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER (“Winter Solstice Part 1 – The Spirit World” / “Winter Solstice Part 2 – Avatar Roku”)
Aang makes a spiritual connection with his late predecessor and is forced to infiltrate the Fire Nation in order to continue his Avatar training in this deeply compelling two-part tale.
Aang and company still are nowhere near the North Pole, but if their detours are as entertaining as these two episodes, they can take as much time as they like getting there.
Frank Cho’s ongoing series featuring Marvel’s diminutive mutant badass has been called silly, derivative, and otherwise insubstantial. I don’t disagree with any of these arguments, but that doesn’t mean that this book isn’t a helluva lot of fun.
Aang , Katara, and Sokka encounter some brief but notable detours in their journey, and the overall world of AVATAR gets further developed.
A brand new cycle of IT’S NEW TO ME begins with the first two episodes of this cult favorite cartoon saga. So when do the Na’vi show up?
One year after the abrupt cancellation of TWIN PEAKS, David Lynch unleashed this dark and divisive prequel into theaters, answering no questions about the show and providing more weirdness for weirdness’ sake. Thanks but no thanks, David.
TWIN PEAKS sacrifices story and character for out-and-out weirdness in its final two episodes, which actually works a lot better than it really should.
This week, Ben and Justin talk about all the latest movie news, including the boffo box office for Justice League 2 and the exciting announcement of Michael Bay directing the Star Wars prequel reboot, all while continually chiding their bumbling intern, Jason Knize. It all culminates in a shocking twist ending that will take your breath away.
TWIN PEAKS races toward its finale with two highly entertaining episodes that hint at a possible tragic ending to the entire show.
Windom Earle goes on the offensive and a weasel goes berserk. Plus, love is in the air for a couple of major characters.
Now that the Sorcerer Supreme is likely to be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there is no better filmmaker to bring his supernatural adventures to life than the acclaimed director of HELLBOY and PAN’S LABYRINTH.
Lots of big changes occur for many characters in these two episodes as Twin Peaks reaches the home stretch of its run. Maybe the show will end strong after all.