We constantly get our hopes up for upcoming movies... and then they let us down. It's easy to get sucked into the hype cycle, as people talk up their projects — but sometimes, you can tell just from the way people talk about a film that it's probably not going to work. Here are eight key phrases that usually indicate…
We're feeling a bit bittersweet now that we've hit the penultimate week of The Legend of Korra, but things are certainly heating up in Republic City. But even as Kuvira's army is looking unbeatable, Kuvira herself makes a decision that could prove her undoing.
Operation Beifong is a go! As The Legend of Korra rattles toward its final confrontation, the Beifong family launches a rescue mission that puts them in the heart of Kuvira's camp—and lets them witness the test of her superweapon.
After having her butt handed to her, Korra has a lot of personal work to do before she can confront Kuvira again. But when trouble comes to Republic City, Korra has to improve her spiritual state quickly—and turns to a surprising source to do it.
Due to budget issues, The Legend of Korra spent this episode on a clip show, revisiting the first three seasons of the show. But at least while Korra was forced to tread water, it poked a bit of fun at itself along the way.
Korra finds herself in an unusual, but visually striking, corner of the world in this gorgeous Legend of Korra poster by comic book artist Geof Darrow. And you can own a print of your very own.
Team Avatar is gradually getting back together, which means that this week, Korra and Asami see each other after three years apart. And while their reunion may be a bit rocky, these two continue to be adorable together.
We've known ever since the Book 4 trailer was released that we'd see some sort of showdown between Kuvira and Korra. But while the Avatar tries to figure out whether she really can solve the problem of the Earth Empire by fighting, it's Varrick of all people who strikes a real blow for freedom.
Technology has radically changed the world of Legend of Korra, giving its people the wonders of trains, cars, and radios. But with Kuvira moving on the Earth Empire's final holdout, we see how technology also has the potential to make warfare in the Avatar world more devastating. How can the Avatar match the…
One of the particularly great things about Legend of Korra Book 4 is the way it has managed to, ahem, balance the show's enormous cast. In this week's episode, Tenzin's kids take center stage when they journey to find Korra. And, in the meantime, we learn exactly what made Korra's former antagonists villains.
One of our biggest wishes for Legend of Korra Book 4 was that Kuvira, who is forcibly reuniting the Earth Kingdom, would be, if not a sympathetic antagonist, at least a relatable one. But after this episode, we could almost see ourselves rooting for her. And that's why she's so insidious.
Well, if I had any trepidation about Korra having emotional issues in the final season, this week's episode has assuaged them. Korra's PTSD and her difficulty in recovering from her ordeals make for compelling television, even before we get to the very exciting ending.
The final season is here and everything has changed! While it's sad that we're beginning the end of The Legend of Korra the show has set up some intriguing—if risky—dominos for Book Four.
The final season of The Legend of Korra starts streaming this Friday, summing up one of the best shows currently on television. If you haven't been watching the sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender, we have a few reasons why you should hop on this series.
I've got good news and bad news, Bending fans. The bad news is that Nickelodeon has taken season 3 of Legend of Korra off the air; only one episode will air this Friday night, and after that, nothing (well, nothing unless you count the good news, which is that the remaining episodes will be released online).
Book 2 saw Legend of Korra's Team Avatar fractured and scattered, so it's especially nice to see our ensemble not only together, but also working together in their quest to do right by the new Airbenders. Plus, we are seeing a Korra who has genuinely matured from her spiritual experiences.
One week — that's all the time Nickelodeon is giving us now that they've announced the third season of The Legend of Korra, the excellent sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender, will premiere on June 27th, Friday, at 7:00 pm. And with three new episodes!
Greetings, all! I want to tell you that the mailbag is full to bursting with your letters each week, and your humble fake post-apocalyptic mailman is extremely grateful. But you know what this means? Mail Thunderdome.
April Fool's Day is over, and thank goodness. Every year there's some asshole claiming that there's a new U.S. government, or someone found a way to turn the electricity back on, or that the motorcycle barbarians have gone back to Australia. So annoying! Admittedly, I lie about being a mailman all the time, but at…