youngjusticer
youngjusticer:

Oh, where to even begin? So much combat, so much grief, so many surprises. Zaheer witnesses the demise of P’Li (the first “OH SHIT” moment), severing his final earthly tie and allowing him to unlock flight and “Enter the Void.” The villain is pretty damn chill for a dude whose girlfriend has blown her face off, but that’s what makes him a potent foe. As a bonus, Kuvira, voiced by Zelda Williams, rescues Tonraq, which is a nice little touch. Even with poison consuming her, Korra unleashes the beast on the Red Lotus, and seeing the full extent of her powers is insane. We haven’t seen the Avatar in action for most of S3, and Venom of the Red Lotus really has her skills explode like water behind a crumbling dam, with her breaking her shackles like spaghetti, and rocketing into the sky as Hulk while Zaheer zips through the air like Superman. It’s important that women, like Suyin, Lin, and Asami, kick ass and take names, but even outside of that, it’s empowering as a person to watch Korra, at her lowest point, break free and rise to her peak. With the Avatar confined to a wheelchair, and Jinora, resembling Aang, becoming the first airbending master in generations, the latter seems primed to take over as the protagonist until Korra literally gets back on her feet. The last shot is of a tear of joy and deep pain running down Korra’s face. No longer does she have to protect the world and bring peace on her own. She has Team Avatar and followers willing to carry out her work. She finally embraces change, and the finale couldn’t have been any more perfect.
TEAM AVATAR, by Rogie Custodio.

youngjusticer:

Oh, where to even begin? So much combat, so much grief, so many surprises. Zaheer witnesses the demise of P’Li (the first “OH SHIT” moment), severing his final earthly tie and allowing him to unlock flight and “Enter the Void.” The villain is pretty damn chill for a dude whose girlfriend has blown her face off, but that’s what makes him a potent foe. As a bonus, Kuvira, voiced by Zelda Williams, rescues Tonraq, which is a nice little touch. Even with poison consuming her, Korra unleashes the beast on the Red Lotus, and seeing the full extent of her powers is insane. We haven’t seen the Avatar in action for most of S3, and Venom of the Red Lotus really has her skills explode like water behind a crumbling dam, with her breaking her shackles like spaghetti, and rocketing into the sky as Hulk while Zaheer zips through the air like Superman. It’s important that women, like Suyin, Lin, and Asami, kick ass and take names, but even outside of that, it’s empowering as a person to watch Korra, at her lowest point, break free and rise to her peak. With the Avatar confined to a wheelchair, and Jinora, resembling Aang, becoming the first airbending master in generations, the latter seems primed to take over as the protagonist until Korra literally gets back on her feet. The last shot is of a tear of joy and deep pain running down Korra’s face. No longer does she have to protect the world and bring peace on her own. She has Team Avatar and followers willing to carry out her work. She finally embraces change, and the finale couldn’t have been any more perfect.

TEAM AVATAR, by Rogie Custodio.

korraweek

korraweek:

Korra Week (August 24th to August 30th)

Calling all Korra fans! We are excited to announce Korra Week — seven days entirely dedicated to the character Avatar Korra from the animated series The Legend of Korra! This week is for Korra fans just like you to show your love through creations including (but not limited to) gifs, edits, fanart, fanfics, videos, and much more! From August 24th to August 30th, you and other fans will have a chance to gather together, meet new friends, and have fun, all the while showing your appreciation for the Avatar of the new age.

The week has been divided into seven prompts, one for each day:

  • Day 1: Alone (8/24)
  • Day 2: Fierce (8/25)
  • Day 3: Fear (8/26)
  • Day 4: Home (8/27)
  • Day 5: Growth (8/28)
  • Day 6: Wisdom (8/29)
  • Day 7: Triumph (8/30)

Make sure to tag your entries as either #korra week or #korraweek. For more information on Korra Week, check out our about page. If you still have questions, feel free to contact us. We’re looking forward to seeing you!