September92014

amuseoffyre:

clockadile:

iygrittenothing:

#I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND HOW MUCH I LOVE ZUKO AND HIS CHARACTER ARC

My favourite thing about this, is that he goes back to his father, and holds him accountable for his actions. He’s thought he was in the wrong for years. That it was his fault he lost his honour. To see him come to this understanding that he was a child and his father was the responsible party was amazing.

I can’t even think of any other animated kids shows where the abuser is called out on their abuse as openly and directly as he was in this show. And don’t even start me on the importance of them showing that a male child can be the victim of abuse by a male parent. That’s a demographic that so often gets brushed aside and they get told to “man up” or in this case “act like a Prince.” And Zuko gets to stand up and say “I AM a Prince. You’re the one who was wrong.”

(Source: youngjustices9, via spooky-mew-mew)

April32013
nukilik-fandom:

So.. this shoulk work now. It’s just a small bunch of old scribbles I found on my hard drive and slapped together in a quasi-animatic rather than comic. 
let me know if this is too awful to read and follow. I never did this before
The Koala-otter already showed up in this fanart, but it’s random

nukilik-fandom:

So.. this shoulk work now. It’s just a small bunch of old scribbles I found on my hard drive and slapped together in a quasi-animatic rather than comic. 

let me know if this is too awful to read and follow. I never did this before

The Koala-otter already showed up in this fanart, but it’s random

(Source: nukinspiration)

March282013
sokkawavingatthings:

here’s what sokka thinks about the last airbender 2

sokkawavingatthings:

here’s what sokka thinks about the last airbender 2

October292012

“Countless others have come before you, seeking weapons or weaknesses or battle strategies!”

“Countless others have come before you, seeking weapons or weaknesses or battle strategies!”

(Source: agentsokka, via toasty-coconut)

September212012
September182012
July62012
yami-no-game:

My friend’s friend made a gif of me and JCKage’s (http://jckage.deviantart.com/)’s reenactment of the “water tribe” scene from Avatar the Last Airbender. It was fun! 
Katara’s deviantart: http://xyaminogamex.deviantart.com/
July 3, 2012.
Gif made by http://lostyourway.tumblr.com/

yami-no-game:

My friend’s friend made a gif of me and JCKage’s (http://jckage.deviantart.com/)’s reenactment of the “water tribe” scene from Avatar the Last Airbender. It was fun! 

Katara’s deviantart: http://xyaminogamex.deviantart.com/

July 3, 2012.

Gif made by http://lostyourway.tumblr.com/

June282012
June262012
aroseofsomeothername:

thornheartcat:

unsuccessful-metalbenders:

fangirlingforeverz:

korralations:

moonlight-punch:

polarbeardog:

animationtidbits:

Avatar: The Last Airbender - “The Search”


“This weekend at the American Library Association, Dark Horse announced Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second “Avatar: The Last Airbender” graphic novel series called “The Search,” which explores the biggest unsolved mystery in “Avatar” lore: what happened to Prince Zuko’s mother?”
Quotes from Gene Yang:
““The Search” focuses on Zuko and Azula. Aang, Katara and Sokka will be there, of course, but the Fire Nation royal siblings are really the drivers of the action. In “The Promise,” we see Zuko struggling with his responsibilities as Fire Lord. “The Search” is the next stage of that struggle.”
“In “The Search,” the Gang are still teenagers. “The Search” takes place immediately after the end of “The Promise.”“
“In “The Search,” we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person.” (About Azula)
“At the beginning of “The Promise,” Katara and Aang are still in that lovey-dovey stage of their relationship. They call each other pet names and are way too affectionate. By the end of “The Promise,” they will have gone through their first conflict. Their relationship will continue to mature in The Search, but it will take a backseat to the Fire Nation Royal Family. After all, that is one messed up family. They need all the panel-time they can get.”
“I love Toph. She was my favorite character to write in The Promise. Sadly, though, she doesn’t have a big role to play in The Search.”

Full Interview HERE.



IS THIS FUCKING REAL LIFE
OH MY FUCKING SPIRITS

Well fuck, I’ll actually have to buy this one.

And then you reel me back in with this.
Well played, Bryke.

WELL SHIT.

FJALKFJDSLKFKSDAJFKLSFLASJFKLD YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

kafdjl;afsdkljasldfdfjhjhkjfggrfdhng
Ok… so I am really fucking excited about this…. although it does worry me slightly in that it gives Zuko an opportunity to find a new love interest… but it also means that it could just give him and Mai a chance to make up, as well. *Has stupid fangirl feels*

aroseofsomeothername:

thornheartcat:

unsuccessful-metalbenders:

fangirlingforeverz:

korralations:

moonlight-punch:

polarbeardog:


animationtidbits
:

Avatar: The Last Airbender - “The Search”

“This weekend at the American Library Association, Dark Horse announced Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second “Avatar: The Last Airbender” graphic novel series called “The Search,” which explores the biggest unsolved mystery in “Avatar” lore: what happened to Prince Zuko’s mother?”

Quotes from Gene Yang:

““The Search” focuses on Zuko and Azula. Aang, Katara and Sokka will be there, of course, but the Fire Nation royal siblings are really the drivers of the action. In “The Promise,” we see Zuko struggling with his responsibilities as Fire Lord. “The Search” is the next stage of that struggle.”

“In “The Search,” the Gang are still teenagers. “The Search” takes place immediately after the end of “The Promise.”“

“In “The Search,” we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person.” (About Azula)

“At the beginning of “The Promise,” Katara and Aang are still in that lovey-dovey stage of their relationship. They call each other pet names and are way too affectionate. By the end of “The Promise,” they will have gone through their first conflict. Their relationship will continue to mature in The Search, but it will take a backseat to the Fire Nation Royal Family. After all, that is one messed up family. They need all the panel-time they can get.”

“I love Toph. She was my favorite character to write in The Promise. Sadly, though, she doesn’t have a big role to play in The Search.”

Full Interview HERE.

IS THIS FUCKING REAL LIFE

OH MY FUCKING SPIRITS

Well fuck, I’ll actually have to buy this one.

And then you reel me back in with this.

Well played, Bryke.

WELL SHIT.

FJALKFJDSLKFKSDAJFKLSFLASJFKLD YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

kafdjl;afsdkljasldfdfjhjhkjfggrfdhng

Ok… so I am really fucking excited about this…. although it does worry me slightly in that it gives Zuko an opportunity to find a new love interest… but it also means that it could just give him and Mai a chance to make up, as well. *Has stupid fangirl feels*

June242012

appaandfriends:

I think what they did with this scene was magnificent. They didn’t have the focus point be on the fight, instead the sounds were drowned out by the haunting music. They wanted us to see that this was the last time there would be a showdown between Azula and Zuko. There was no going back or making up. One of them was going to win, one would become firelord, one was going to escape with their lives. The writting was absolutely brillliant and this will forever be my favorite scene.

(via yoruichigo-deactivated20140318)

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