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I enjoy cartoons. I always thought it would be something that I would grow out of, but it still enjoy them today. Granted, I do not watch as many cartoons as I did when I was younger and Nickelodeon is no longer the primary channel I turn to, but I feel I still watch more than the average adult.
Nickelodeon does have one series that I will watch in any form. That series is Avatar The Last Airbender. If you have never seen it, I highly highly recommend it. The main series concluded several years ago, but there is now a follow-on series called The Legend of Korra.
So, if you have been living in a hole for the past 10 years and have no idea what I am talking about, Avatar The Last Airbender is based in a land of benders. Benders are people who can move the elements. The ability to bend an element is genetic and you are only able to bend one element, be it earth, fire, water, or air. The Avatar is a person who can bend all four elements and his job is to maintain balance in the world. The Avatar, Aang, also happens to be a 10 year old kid who was frozen in an iceberg for 100 years. In his absence, the Fire Nation invaded the world. His job is to defeat the fire nation and set balance to the world. Pretty epic, right? It is also awesome because Aang can take nothing seriously and his group's ensuing adventures are always entertaining.
I bet you are wondering why I am talking about a show that ended many years ago. That is because I recently made a cool discovery. When the first series ended, it answered a lot of questions and wrapped up most of the plot lines. But, you know a series never answers all of your questions, so when it ended I still wanted to see more. The whole series only covers about 1 year, so the main characters are still kids. There are many adventures we do not see. I thought The Legend of Korra, the follow-on series, would answer more of those questions, but Korra is the new Avatar. If there is a new Avatar, the old one is dead, thus no Aang.
A few days ago, during my random searches on Amazon, I found some Avatar The Last Airbender comic books. At first I thought that these were along the lines of "my child can read" books. I read some of the reviews and discovered that they in fact continued the story from where the first series left off. Right now, there are two graphic novels out divided into three parts: The Promise and The Search. All three parts of The Promise and part 1 of The Search are released. I immediately bought them and it was awesome.
I can't really go into too much detail because it would give away the ending of the show and it would take away from the awesomeness of it, but if you felt as unsatisfied with the end of Avatar as I did, check these out. They will not disappoint.
Tee hee, can't wait for The Search Part 2. :)
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