We loved The Legend of Korra's season finale, but it left us with a profound desire to see more of Korra and Asami's adventures. Fortunately, plenty of fan artists have drawn comics and illustrations picturing the pair's life after the show ends.

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Top image by Sandra Velazquez.

Naturally, after that ending and the creators' confirmation that Korra and Asami are in a romantic relationship, most of the Korra and Asami fan comics focus on their budding romance. Hopefully, we'll also see some fan comics (and perhaps official comics? Please?) in the coming months featuring their adventures.

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Drakyx, whose animation provided the basis for one fan-made ending, actually did an animated kiss immediately following the final moments of the finale. It's just a quick smooch before the two run off to adventure.

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Chloe C., creator of Go Get a Roomie!, also has the kiss taking place immediately after Korra and Asami step into the Spirit World:

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Kathryn Layno (Patreon) scripts their first kiss a bit differently:

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Layno also has a fantastic piece called "Intimacy," which you can purchase from RedBubble and Society6 (there's also a more naked version):

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beroberos (Society6 store) arms the pair with a phone (and Snapchat) for their vacation. Below are just two images from the series; see the rest at beroberos' Tumblr. She also drew a rather awkward date between the two of them last year.

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Hyptosis is also in the process of imagining how their vacation might go. You can see the comic so far in his deviantART gallery.

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Elaine Tipping, creator of a manga adaptation of Peter Pan (Patreon), did a five-page minicomic about the vacation. You can read the whole thing starting here.

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And beyond comics, there were tons of lovely illustrations of the vacation, including from Tom Preston:

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tritici:

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And corororo (Society6):

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Sandra Velazquez has lots of Korrasami comics up in her deviantART gallery, but this one made us chuckle. Poor Mako. You and Korra were just not right for each other. (Incidentally, this was made back in September, long before the finale aired.

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Perhaps our favorite Korrasami comic is this one from Chep (see two more pages at the link). You can also purchase art from Chep's print store.

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TheAlienAbove and AfterLaughsArt collaborated on this comic, which finds the pair back in Republic City:

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Some artists picture the pair going on to have a family, including Sherbies:

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And Hazura:

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And Nicholas Smith, who has tons of Korra fan comics up on deviantART and Tumblr, pictures Varrick's response to all the attention Korra and Asami have been getting from fans:

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