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It has been continued as a comics series. As with its predecessor, the series is set in a fictional universe in which some people can manipulate, or "bend", the elements of water, earth, fire, or air.
Only one person, the "Avatar," can bend all four elements, and is responsible for maintaining balance in the world. The series follows Avatar Korra , the successor of Aang from the previous series, as she faces political and spiritual unrest in a modernizing world.
Byrne , J. The series has been praised for its writing and production values, and has been nominated for and won awards such as the Annie Awards , a Daytime Emmy Award , and a Gracie Award.
The series was also praised for addressing sociopolitical issues such as social unrest and terrorism , as well as for going beyond the established boundaries of youth entertainment with respect to issues of race , gender and sexual orientation.
The Legend of Korra was initially conceived as a twelve-episode miniseries. Nickelodeon declined the creators' pitch for an Avatar: The Last Airbender follow-up animated movie based on what then became the three-part comics The Promise , The Search and The Rift , choosing instead to expand Korra to 26 episodes.
These episodes are grouped into four separate seasons "Books" composed of twelve to fourteen episodes "Chapters" each, with each season telling a stand-alone story.
Beginning with episode 9 of season 3, new episodes were first distributed through the Internet rather than broadcast.
The Legend of Korra concluded with the fourth season. The Legend of Korra is set in the fictional world of Avatar: The Last Airbender , 70 years after the events of that series.
The distinguishing element of the series is "bending", the ability of some people to telekinetically manipulate the classical element associated with their nation water , earth , fire , or air.
Bending is carried out by spiritual and physical exercises, portrayed as similar to Chinese martial arts. As a result of a genocide in the series's backstory , there is only one living family of airbenders at the time of the series.
Only one person, the " Avatar ", can bend all four elements. Cyclically reincarnating among the world's four nations, the Avatar maintains peace and balance in the world.
The first season is mostly set in Republic City, the capital of the United Republic of Nations, a new multicultural sovereign state founded by Avatar Aang after the end of The Last Airbender.
The s-inspired metropolis is described as "if Manhattan had happened in Asia" by the series' creators,  and its residents are united by their passion for "pro-bending", a spectator sport in which two teams composed of an earthbender, waterbender, and firebender throw each other out of a ring using bending techniques.
Rapid technological growth has displaced the spirituality of bending, and what was considered a renowned martial art in Avatar: The Last Airbender is now commonplace, with benders in Republic City using their abilities to commit crime, compete in spectator sports, and fulfill everyday jobs.
She joins a pro-bending team alongside the brothers Bolin and Mako , and befriends Asami Sato , heiress to a leading engineering corporation.
The ambitious politician Tarrlok enlists Korra to fight the anti-bender uprising of the "Equalists", led by the masked Amon, who strips benders of their abilities.
Korra and her friends, aided by police chief Lin Beifong, unmask Amon as a waterbender himself and Tarrlok's brother, ending the Equalists' coup.
While Korra's friends seek support against Unalaq, Korra learns of the first Avatar, Wan, who fused his soul with the spirit of light, Raava, to imprison Vaatu, the spirit of darkness.
Unalaq frees Vaatu during the Harmonic Convergence, a decamillennial alignment of planets, and unites with him to become a dark Avatar.
After defeating Unalaq, Korra chooses to leave open the portals between the material world and the spirit world, allowing a new coexistence of spirits and humans.
The third season, Book Three: Change , begins as nonbenders begin developing airbending powers as a result of Harmonic Convergence, and Tenzin, Korra, and her friends attempt to recruit them to re-establish the extinct Air Nomads.
One new airbender is Zaheer, the leader of the anarchist Red Lotus society. The Red Lotus assassinates the Earth Queen, throwing her kingdom into chaos, and captures Korra to attempt to kill her and end the Avatar cycle.
They are defeated by Korra's friends and the new airbenders, but Korra is severely injured and psychologically traumatized.
The final season, Book Four: Balance , takes place three years later. Korra slowly recovers from her mental and physical trauma. The metalbender Kuvira, assigned to reunite the fractured Earth Kingdom, declares herself head of the new, authoritarian "Earth Empire".
Kuvira builds a spirit-powered superweapon and attempts to conquer Republic City. When Korra and her friends destroy the weapon, defeating Kuvira, the blast creates another portal to the Spirit World.
The series ends with the prospect of democracy for the former Earth Kingdom, as Korra and Asami leave together for a vacation in the spirit world.
Korra Janet Varney is the series' year-old "headstrong and rebellious" protagonist,  and Aang's reincarnation as the Avatar.
Her transformation "from brash warrior to a spiritual being", according to DiMartino, is a principal theme of the series.
The series focuses on Korra and her friends, sometimes called "Team Avatar": the bending brothers Mako and Bolin, and the non-bender Asami.
Mako David Faustino , the older brother, is a firebender described as "dark and brooding"   The character was named after Mako Iwamatsu , the voice actor for Iroh in the original series.
His younger brother Bolin P. Byrne is an earthbender described as lighthearted, humorous, and "always [having] a lady on his arm". The other main characters are the airbending master Tenzin, one of Aang's grown children J.
Jinora is calm and an avid reader. She is an airbender and joins the main cast since season 2;   Ikki is described as "fun, crazy, and a fast talker";  Meelo is hyperactive; and Rohan is born during the third-to-last episode of Book One; Republic City police chief Lin Beifong Mindy Sterling and Korra's animal friends Naga and Pabu both Dee Bradley Baker , the voice of a number of animals including Appa and Momo in the original series.
Pabu was inspired by Futa , a famous standing Japanese red panda. The romantic interests of Korra and her companions are less in the foreground than in Avatar , and feature mainly in the first two seasons.
By the end of the season, Mako has broken up with Asami and entered a relationship with Korra. This ends around the end of Book Two, during which Bolin suffers from an abusive relationship with the waterbender Eska.
In the fourth season, Bolin dates the airbender Opal, while Asami and Korra become closer friends. The series' final scene indicates a romantic connection between them.
Book One: Air features two main adversaries for Korra: the Equalists' masked leader Amon Steve Blum who has the power to remove a person's bending-powers,   and the ambitious, charismatic politician Tarrlok Dee Bradley Baker , who resorts to increasingly repressive methods against the Equalists.
Spencer Garrett joined the cast as the voice for Raiko, the president of the United Republic. Korra is also supported by General Iroh Dante Basco , who voiced Zuko in the original series , a member of the United Forces who is described as "a swashbuckling hero-type guy".
Set six months after the events of the first season, Book Two: Spirits sees Mako as a police officer, Asami in charge of Future Industries, and Bolin leading a new pro-bending team with little success.
New airbenders are also introduced in the season including the young thief Kai Skyler Brigmann and Suyin's daughter Opal Alyson Stoner , both of Earth Kingdom origins and the love interests of Jinora and Bolin respectively.
Jim Meskimen voices a Republic City merchant and later airbender named Daw, as well as Suyin's husband, the architect Baatar.
Philece Sampler voices the aged Toph Beifong , another returning character from Avatar whose young adult version was voiced by Kate Higgins in Books 2 and 3.
The art design of Republic City, described as "if Manhattan had happened in Asia," was inspired by the s and incorporates influences from American and European architecture from that time period.
The design for the metalbending police force is based on s New York City police uniforms, crossed with samurai armor. The fighting styles employed by characters in the original show Avatar: The Last Airbender were derived from different distinct styles of Chinese martial arts.
The pro-bending sport introduced in the series was inspired by mixed martial arts MMA tournaments. MMA fighters Jeremy Humphries and Mac Danzig were credited with "providing a lot of the moves you'll see in the Probending arena," and Steve Harada and Jake Huang provided the stylized flips and acrobatics of "tricking" to the series' fighting style.
To illustrate the length of the production process about 10 to 12 months per episode  and the overlap of the various phases, Konietzko wrote in July that their team was already developing the storyboards for the first episode of Book 4 while the last episodes of Book 2 were not yet finished.
It was originally due for release in October The premiere was eventually delayed to April 14, According to animation director Yoo Jae-myung, Nickelodeon was initially reluctant to approve the series and suspended production because, according to Konietzko, conventional wisdom had it that "girls will watch shows about boys, but boys won't watch shows about girls".
The creators eventually persuaded the channel's executives to change their mind. Konietzko related that in test screenings , boys said that Korra being a girl did not matter to them.
The creators wrote all of the episodes of the first season themselves, omitting " filler episodes" to allow for a concise story. The second season, Book Two: Spirits , premiered on September 13, and concluded on November 22, It consists of fourteen episodes.
Animation work was done by the South Korean animation studio Studio Mir as well as the Japanese animation studio Pierrot. Pierrot was eventually called in to fill the void and animate Book 2.
Yoo feared that, if Book 2 failed, Studio Mir and Korean animators would have their reputations tarnished for Pierrot's failures.
Consequently, Studio Mir accepted the offer and worked alongside Pierrot. The third season, Book Three: Change , aired its first three episodes on June 27, , soon after some episodes were leaked online.
Episodes nine to thirteen were streamed online, rather than being broadcast as a television program. Book Four: Balance , the final season, was produced in parallel to the previous two seasons.
The crew, at one point, worked on approximately 30 episodes at the same time: post-production for season 2, production for season 3 and pre-production for season 4.
After Nickelodeon cut the season's budget by the amount required for one episode, DiMartino and Konietzko decided to include a clip show , which reuses previously produced animation, as episode 8 "Remembrances" instead of dismissing many of the creative staff.
Concerning the development of the much-discussed final scene intended to show the friends Korra and Asami becoming a romantic couple, Bryan Konietzko explained that at first he and DiMartino did not give the idea much weight, assuming they would not be able to get approval for portraying their relationship.
But during the production of the finale they decided to test that assumption, approached the network and found them supportive up to a certain limit.
They decided to change the final scene from Korra and Asami only holding hands, to also facing each other in a pose referencing the marriage scene a few minutes prior and the pose made by Aang and Katara in the finale of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
The Legend of Korra was produced mainly as traditional animation , with most frames drawn on paper in South Korea by the animators at Studio Mir and scanned for digital processing.
Each episode comprises about 15, drawings. While The Legend of Korra was produced in the United States and therefore not a work of Japanese animation " anime " in the strict sense, The Escapist magazine argued that the series is so strongly influenced by anime that it would otherwise easily be classified as such: its protagonists a superpowered heroine, her group of talented, supporting friends, a near-impervious villain who wants to reshape the world , its themes family, friendship, romance, fear, and death and the quality of its voice acting as well as the visual style are similar to those of leading anime series such as Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood , Bleach or Trigun.
The series mostly abstains from using the visual tropes characteristic of anime, but does occasionally use exaggerated facial expressions to highlight emotions for comic effect.
As in Avatar , the series adds to its Asian aesthetic by presenting all text that appears in its fictional world in traditional Chinese characters , without translating it.
For The Legend of Korra , Zuckerman is the sole composer while Wynn is the lead sound designer ; the two collaborate with Foley artist Aran Tanchum and showrunner Mike DiMartino on the soundscape of the series.
On that basis, Zuckerman composed a score combining elements of Dixieland , traditional Chinese music and Western orchestration. It is performed mainly by a string sextet and various Chinese solo instruments,  including a dizi flute , paigu drums , a guqin , an erhu and a Mongolian matouqin.
Unlike its predecessor, the series was broadcast in high-definition. It was broadcast in other countries on the local Nickelodeon channels beginning in August The season ended on November 22, The third season Book Three: Change began airing on Nickelodeon in the United States on June 27, , also on Friday evenings, two episodes at a time.
The broadcast was announced one week in advance after several episodes of the new season were leaked on the Internet. After the first seven episodes aired to low ratings, Nickelodeon removed the last five episodes from its broadcast schedule.
The remainder of the episodes were then distributed online via Amazon Video, Google Play, Xbox Video and Hulu as well as the Nickelodeon site and apps.
The Legend of Korra is broadcast subtitled or dubbed on Nickelodeon channels outside of the U. In Germany, the first and second seasons received a German-language broadcast on Nickelodeon Germany.
The third and fourth seasons are broadcast in on the German Nicktoons pay TV channel. A fandub project to complete the French dub was launched in According to the Board, the reason was that these series were "glorifying homosexual behavior".
All episodes of the series have also been released through digital download services, DVD and Blu-ray formats. The DVD releases contain extra features such as audio commentary from the creators, cast and crew for some episodes, and the Blu-ray releases contain commentary for additional episodes.
The series premiere averaged 4. The Legend of Korra also ranks as the network's most-watched animated series premiere in three years.
Book One: Air drew an average of 3. This was the highest audience total for an animated series in the United States in Book Two: Spirits premiered with 2.
Suggested explanations for the reduced number of broadcast viewers were: the long period between seasons, a change in time slot Friday evening instead of Saturday morning , the increased availability of digital download services, and generally reduced ratings for the Nickelodeon channel.
Book Three: Change aired on short notice in June after Spanish-language versions of some episodes were leaked on the Internet.
The season premiered with 1. The online distribution is where the show had proven to be much more successful. The Legend of Korra received critical acclaim for its production values, the quality of its writing, its challenging themes and its transgression of the conventions of youth entertainment.
David Hinckley of the New York Daily News wrote that the "visually striking" series is "full of little tricks and nuances that only true fans will notice and savor, but nothing prevents civilians from enjoying it as well.
Club , characterized it as a "truly magnificent season of television, delivering loads of character development, world building, socio-political commentary, and heart-racing action, all presented with beautifully smooth animation and impeccable voice acting".
The styling of the setting — a fusion of Asian and early 20th century American elements — was noted by critics as "beautiful and innovative", but criticized for cultural appropriation by a non- diverse creative team and voice cast, and for jettisoning "authentic cultural traditions in favor of embracing white industrialized civilization".
Before the first season's finale, Scott Thill of Wired hailed The Legend of Korra as "the smartest cartoon on TV," able to address adults' spiritual and sociopolitical concerns while presenting an "alternately riveting and hilarious ride packed with fantasy naturalism , steampunk grandeur, kinetic conflicts, sci-fi weaponry and self-aware comedy.
At TV. Several reviewers noted the sociopolitical issues that, unusually for an animated series on a children's channel, run through The Legend of Korra.
According to Forbes , by telling "some of the darkest, most mature stories" ever animated, The Legend of Korra has created a new genre, "the world's first animated television drama".
Writing for The Escapist , Mike Hoffman noted how the series respected its younger viewers by explicitly showing, but also giving emotional weight to the death of major characters, including "one of the most brutal and sudden deaths in children's television" in the case of P'Li in season 3.
By portraying Korra's opponents not as stereotypical villains, but as human beings with understandable motivations corrupted by an excess of zeal, the series trusted in viewers to be able to "resolve the dissonance between understanding someone's view and disagreeing with their methods".
And, Hoffman wrote, by showing Korra to suffer from "full-on depression " at the end of the third season, and devoting much of the fourth to her recovery, the series helped normalize mental health issues, a theme generally unaddressed in children's television, which made them less oppressive for the viewers.
Summing up Book Four, Joanna Robinson for Vanity Fair described it as "the most subversive television event of the year", noting how much of the season and series pushed the boundaries of what is nominally children's television by "breaking racial, sexual, and political ground": It featured a dark-skinned female lead character as well as a bevy of diverse female characters of all ages, focused on challenging issues such as weapons of mass destruction , PTSD and fascism , and was infused with an Eastern spirituality based on tenets such as balance and mindfulness.
Club noted that the series had "consistently delivered captivating female figures"; he considered it to be first and foremost about women, and about how they relate to each other "as friends, family, and rivals in romance and politics".
The first season of The Legend of Korra received numerous accolades. Like its predecessor series, The Legend of Korra has a broad fandom , including on social media and at fan conventions.
Most fans are young adults, according to The Escapist , but many are children and younger teenagers. The A. Club and io9 noted that the live-action TV series Warrior , for which NBC ordered a pilot in early , has a premise almost identical to that of The Legend of Korra : It is to be about "a damaged heroine" who "works undercover with physical and spiritual guidance from a mysterious martial arts master to bring down an international crime lord" in a "contemporary multicultural and sometimes magical milieu".
The first trilogy, The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars , was drawn by Irene Koh and takes place immediately following the series finale, focusing on Korra and Asami's relationship in the aftermath of Kuvira's attack.
The first volume was published on July 26, ,  the second volume was published on January 17, ,  and the third and final volume was published on August 22, Hardcover art books detailing each season's creative process have been published by Dark Horse, similar to the art book published about Avatar: The Last Airbender :.
In March , PixelDrip Gallery organized a The Legend of Korra fan art exhibition in Los Angeles with the support of the series's creators, and later published a documentary video about it.
Book One: Air was adapted as two novels by Erica David, aimed at readers ages twelve and up. The novelizations were published by Random House in .
Activision published two video games based on the series in October Despite the game's developer PlatinumGames being known for well-received action games, the game received mixed reviews.
Nickelodeon also makes several Adobe Flash -based browser games based on The Legend of Korra available on their website.
The first is an adaptation of the series' pro-bending game; that was financed through Kickstarter and released in fall In , before the premiere of Book Two: Spirits , Nickelodeon released three animated short videos online titled Republic City Hustle that cover part of the lives of Mako and Bolin as street hustlers before the events of the first season.
According to Variety , a possible candidate for one of the films was The Legend of Korra. Her quest leads her to the epicenter of the modern "Avatar" world, Republic City - a metropolis that is fueled by steampunk technology.
It is a virtual melting pot where benders and non-benders from all nations live and thrive. However, Korra discovers that Republic City is plagued by crime as well as a growing anti-bending revolution that threatens to rip it apart.
Under the tutelage of Aang's son, Tenzin, Korra begins her airbending training while dealing with the dangers at large. Written by Nickelodeon Publicity.
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Technical Specs. Episode List. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. Vaatu is a cruel spirit and Unalaq is all too happy to indulge his requests to become a second, dark-Avatar.
Vaatu the evil opposite of the spirit Raava , which Korra later finds is the spirit that inhabits her body and makes up the ki of her and all her previous incarnations.
Raava let's Korra know that Vaatu cares not for controlling the elements but unleashing them. Vaatu is corrupting the spirit world as well, making the usually passive spirits hateful and confrontational.
Under Vaatu's influence normally friendly spirits become overwhelmed with evil and he seeks to use Unalaq as a human Avatar just as Raava has had her Avatars up to that point.
Though Vaatu is eventually defeated, Unalaq's plan to open a solid portal to the spirit world is not only achieved, but following his defeat.
Korra decides to leave the portal open. With no Vaatu to corrupt the spirits, Korra sees allowing the spirit world to overlap with the living world as just another way to balance the worlds.
Opening the spirit world has an unintended consequence and many non-benders are incarnated as freshly awakened benders. This allows a rebirth of airbenders but also gifts an imprisoned radical named Zaheer with airbending.
Zaheer overcomes his newly under-qualified restraints and frees his previous allies from their prisons. The Red Lotus is made up of members of, now with Zaheer, each of the four tribes and each not only a master but of specialist in variants of normal bending.
Unlike previous antagonists Zaheer's goal is anarchy. The Red Lotus see a great zen in inflicting chaos on a world so repellent of the concept and themselves as balancers of the world by unraveling it.
Though Zaheer is eventually imprisoned, this time in restraints qualified to hold him, and the rest of the Red Lotus end up dying, their path of destruction needs to not only be attended to, but prevented from ever happening again.
Kuvira , head of the Earth Kingdom's army acts as an anti-terrorism unit. After Zaheer, Kuvira gets leeway to operate in other territories as well.
Bolin ends up joining Kuvira to help make the world a safer place all the while Mako has been reassigned as a body-guard to the new Earth Prince.
However the inexperience of the prince, combined with Kuvira's increasing distrust of the world governments to hold back major threats leads Kuvira to eventually overthrow the Earth Kingdom.
Korra has gone into hiding since Zaheer's defeat, unable to bend well with bits of jagged metal caught in her arms that prevent her from concentrating enough to bend.
Korra eventually recovers thanks to the help of Toph and goes to confront an increasingly power-mad Kuvira. Korra is an enthusiastic extrovert even as a child.
She does not shy away from her powers and takes great pleasure in being a Bender. As an Avatar she slowly comes into the role, she thinks of being the Avatar as being a super-hero and so sees helping people as her quest in life.
Over time Korra begins to take in how much responsibility she has to the world at large and the importance of keeping it balanced.
Each of her opponents teaches her something about herself. Amon teaches her to empathize with non-benders more. Tarrlok teaches Korra to remain self-aware of how her actions to stop evil affect innocents.
Unalaq teaches Korra the real weight of what goes into being the avatar. Vaatu enlightens Korra into the origins of her powers and allows her to comune with Raava.
Zaheer makes Korra realize the world will never follow any order supposedly inflicted on it. Kuvira teaches Korra the value of compromise but also the line between compromise and submission.
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She is voiced by Janet Varney and by Cora Baker as her younger self. Korra's reaction to Ikki telling Asami about her liking Mako.
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