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An interior shot of the Pro-Bending Arena showing the detail of the glass-domed ceiling.
lol that bigass disco ball is doomed.
atla and lok together will someday be recognized as the new standard for animation
honestly, when i watch the released clips, each frame is a work of art on its own. put them together and you have a miracle.
Fly bbies fly
chief’s hair is so
it’s like a shapeless mass of stale yogurt perched on her head o.o
i’m reminded of that old movie Ghost.
why the hell did the narrator say “from the creators of The Last Airbender”? people are going to be turned off the instant they associate Korra with the live-action disaster.
We’re so excited to announce two amazing pieces of news.
Firstly, we have a premiere date! And it’s sooner than you think! The premiere of Korra will be on Nickelodeon in exactly 1 month: Saturday, April 14th at 11am. Get ready for some action-packed bending and the start of an epic new saga.
I want it on 4/20.
4/20. My only Avatard friend and I are going to blaze, WHILE WATCHING KORRA, and my life will become complete.
I love Korra as much as anybody, but to be honest, I think the new opening sequence is sloppy.
The old opening sums up everything that is beautiful about each of the four arts, in under 2 seconds each: waterbending is elegant and fluid, earthbending is firm and unyielding, firebending is aggressive, yet purposeful, airbending is smooth and free.
In the new opening, I don’t think I’d know what was going on, if I wasn’t yet initiated into the world of the Avatar; sure, they look powerful, but when I actually look at what they’re doing, I…I don’t know. For the original opening sequence, take away the bending, and you would still have incredibly accurate portrayals of a few certain styles of martial arts. For the new one, take away the bending, and you have something that looks rather ridiculous. Kyoshi is dancing about, and this somehow hurls rocks at random moments; Roku is literally gesturing at the air; Aang looks like he’s trying to decide between fighting and…something.
I could go on and on, but the point is that the new opening lacks the grace of the old, and doesn’t have the beautifully realistic martial arts that were one of the defining characteristics of the original series.