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Nickelodeon has yet to determine a solid release date for Legend of Korra. It has been confirmed through their official Twitter that the release of our much anticipated series will, in fact, be in 2012 with the option of adding more episodes.
In other news, the guys over at Dark Horse Comics have been working on a graphic novel set in the Avatar universe as a continuation of the A:TLA storyline. According to their blog, the “Promise” trilogy will tell
“A tale of a world learning the ways of peace after a century of war. It is a difficult lesson, one that will threaten to tear the friendship of Avatar Aang and Fire Lord Zuko apart, and plunge the world back into war.”
When asked about how these comics will help transition fans to the world of Korra, creators Dimartino and Konietzko stated that they
“…wanted to show how the world had changed over time. This naturally led to the setting of Republic City, a melting pot for all the world’s benders and non-benders, sort of what New York City was like in the 1920s and 30s. The graphic novels do a great job of showing where the seeds of Republic City begin and will continue to explore Aang and Zuko’s part in creating it.”
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Sorry for the delay, guys! It’s great to see an update on the Korra scene. The Track Team has confirmed through its Twitter that the opening sequence that leaked yesterday is, in fact, real. If you’re not already doing so, we recommend that you go ahead and follow them if you want little tastes of the Avatar World through their perspective.
Unfortunately, we don’t feel comfortable posting the video on our site due to copyright issues with VIACOM and Tumblr. Stuff like this is exactly what could make us criminals if proposed laws like PROTECT IP and SOPA pass. Our apologies, we hope you respect our decision. Do some research and we’re sure that you’ll find the video. Until then, long live Avatar Korra!