BlameHasook turned 2 today!
Fans reactions to seeing the trailer for the 3rd season of Avatar the Last Airbender for the first time at New York City Comic Con.
OMG CONSTANT FAN GIRL SCREAMS.
I laughed so hard, this is way too cute.
OMFG THE TOKKA PART
EVERYONE’S SO HAPPY I CAN’T BREATHE
ugh i teared up
so many feelings
ugh ugh ugh
this show was so damn perfect
i remember watching this sometime over last summer.
…re-watched entire third season.
the screams at the end ;_;
To this very day, i still can’t cope with the trailer.
I get chills.
I have so many chills omfg.
Sorry guys but the Zutara moments + fangirl screams are just alkhgkdfjghkdfj WHY WASN’T IT CANON gosh
This is making me cry
I can’tOmg the sokka at the end though omg
OMG I CAN’T EXCUSE ME WHILE I SOB ENOUGH TO DROWN ALL FOUR NATIONS.
What I love best about this exchange
is that Iroh knows full well what his family is like
but there’s a line
and the line is made out of tea.
The Order of the White Lotus is an ancient and formerly secret society that transcends the boundaries of the four nations, seeking philosophy, beauty, and truth. They are devoted to the sharing of ancient knowledge across national and political divides, and on Avatar Aang’s request, they also concern themselves with the task of finding, training, and protecting the new Avatar.
Who am I?You are the Avatar.
MD: Early in season three, writer Tim Hedrick pitched the idea of our heroes encountering a caravan of traveling actors who put on a play about the Avatar and his adventures. At the time, we thought the idea sounded too goofy. Later, as we neared the end of the series, we wanted to do a lighter, more comedic episode before the epic, serious finale. So we revisited Tim’s idea as a way to do our own take on ’80s-sitcom “recap” episodes. Having Aang and the kids watch a play about their successes and shortcomings was a great device to reflect on where the journey began and how far they’d come. Plus, it gave us a chance to poke fun at ourselves before anyone else had the opportunity! We had an actress play Aang as a nod to the fact that adult women often voice the boy characters in animated shows. We made Toph a big, buff dude as a joke on our original intention to make Toph a male character. And the Aang actress in the “Koizilla” costume was our homage to the kaiju tradition of Japanese monster movies.
The cast of the Ember Island Players’ The Boy in the Iceberg. Designs by Angela Mueller and Byan Konietzko. Color by Hye Jung Kim.
Avatar: The Last Airbender — Last Agni Kai/The Phoenix King
the single most heartbreaking piece of music to ever be music ever ever ever ever ever ever
I remember when this came on and I was expecting some huge battle music, but then the strings came in and the drums did too, and I realised that ending battle was this sad, terrible thing that wasn’t supposed to be happening, and I just kinda sank into my couch at that point…
Book 3 buddies.
~There are seven chakras that go up the body. Each pool of energy has a purpose, and can be blocked by a specific kind of emotional muck. Be warned…opening the chakras is an intense experience, and once you begin the process, you cannot stop until all seven are open.~
This seriously was my reaction.
"When you get to be my age, you’ll be thankful for the time you had with your siblings."