maybe Avatar: The last airbender movie was supposed to be like the play they watched in the fire nation.
Heh, I'm gonna go watch that episode now.
dunno if this has been posted, likely
thought it was pretty cool for those of you that have seen Game of Thrones and incredibly well done
5 bucks says republic city will burn and Amon will see a child become an orphin in front of his eyes.
At the end of the episode, they're leaving the theatre and everyone in the group is going on about how bad it is, and then Sokka points out that the effects were decent.
Apparently, one of the creators in the commentary said that was kind of like a shout-out to the movie
if I was planning to rip all of The Last Airbender digitally, how much space would that be?
I don't think it's that much...seasons 2&3 together are like 5gb total. I think.
Why do people not simply bend the electricity in Amon's zappy sticks?
How come Bolin reminds me of myself.
Friendzoned up the ass.
Watched it on request of friend.
Haven't seriously watched a cartoon for years.
Fuckin' loved it.
Also, Amon's lieutenant is the one with the electrified kali sticks, not Amon himself.
Rewatching the original series on netflix, episode 4 when Aang proves hes the Avatar one of the guys there starts foaming in the mouth and collapses, I laughed hard.
Sokka and his fister go all out fighting with that stuff later in the orig. series. and look what happened to metal bending, something that only Toph, the best earth bender ever could figure out.
Wow I forgot George Takei had a small role in a TLA Episode
One of my old friends runs a costuming company that specializes in outfits from movies and television, and I'm thinking about getting a replica of Bolin's jacket/coat/thing made. However, it's difficult to find Bolin's reference sheet. Anyone know where I can get that?
Blind jokes keeping it classy Nick.
And in case you're wondering what the part around the shoes is, they seem to be old-fashioned style gaiters, similar to those worn by US soldiers (as well as other armed forces) in WWII:
(btw nothing was cut-off, it's 960x720, not the usual 1280x720, the 4:3 format is kept, it has just been filtered to look good in 720p)