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  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: July 1, 2014
  • Run Time: 330 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (446 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00F8PTBLQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,230 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Legend of Korra - Book Two: Spirits (DVD)

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Korra, though... Like I said, I really want to like it.
Kate Gibson
Has plenty of drama, action, character development and enough humor to remind you it is still a cartoon.
Jeremy
It's family time when we watch this series, and EVERYONE loves it...the kids, and mom and dad!
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91 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Michael Devon Velarde on September 18, 2013
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I was hesitant to watch this series, not expecting it to be nearly as good as the original Avatar. I now believe it's just as good as the original while maintaining its own originality. It's a great story for anyone from 7 to 120 years old.
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68 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Ryjacork on October 4, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Absolutely loving the start to book 2 so far! In particular, I'm glad that we've gotten to get away from Republic City for a bit. After all, part of the charm of The Last Airbender was getting to travel around with the Gaang, and see the different architectures and cultures of the four nations. I also enjoy the dichotomy of light and dark represented in the spirits, and alternatively expressed in the civil war between the Northern and Southern Water Tribes. More than anything else I notice a lot more humor in this season. The platypus-bear pooping money, and the demented quasi-romance between Bolin and Eska had me dying. Thus far we are only four episodes in, but I'll be editing this review as the season progresses with my continued thoughts. Based on what I've seen so far alone this season deserves the 5 stars I gave it. Absolutely love Avatar, and love Korra!

UPDATE 10/18/2013:

WOW, I just finished the two part episode "Beginnings" and I have to say that not only is this the best episode of Legend of Korra so far, it is also easily one of the best episodes in Avatar history, including those from The Last Airbender. This was truly some Hayao Miyazaki level, eastern mythological storytelling. In this episode we are introduced to Wan, the very first avatar, and how he became the bridge between the spirit and human world, as well as how humans gained the ability to bend the elements. It even clears up some plot holes from The Last Airbender about the Lion-Turtle. At first the stylized animation threw me a little bit, but mid way through the first half I came to love it.

UPDATE 11/16/2013:

I absolutely loved the finale. The spirit forest was my favorite part, it was like Miyazaki and Tolkien had a baby together.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. M. Fisher TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 4, 2013
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If I'm being really honest, I wasn't hugely impressed with the first season of The Legend of Korra. Being such a huge fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender (of which Korra is a sequel/spin-off), I felt that "Korra" was somewhat rushed and clunky in comparison, not helped by the significant reduction of episodes that led to a more limited amount of time in which to tell the intended story.

But I was still looking forward to "Book Two: Spirits", hopeful that creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko could iron out the kinks and deliver a show that recaptured the magic of the original series. And they did! Or at least, they came extremely close, though "Avatar" is probably too dear to my heart to ever be fully eclipsed.

For those completely unfamiliar with the premise of the show, here's the gist: set in an Asian-inspired fantasy world where certain people possess the ability to manipulate (or "bend") water, air, fire or water, our protagonist Korra stands out as the only individual able to master all four elements. This ability identifies her as the Avatar, the reincarnated being whose task it is to maintain balance in the world.

Set seventy years after the events of "Avatar: The Last Airbender", Korra is the reincarnation of Aang, the last Avatar who saved the world from the threat of the Fire Nation and restored peace between the world's populations: the Fire Nation, the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom and the Air Nomads.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By plumasian on November 7, 2013
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Addictive!! Its the only kids show I will watch with my kids! We wish they were longer than 24 mins.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kate Gibson on December 10, 2013
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I really want to like Korra. I really do. I'm a huge fan of the original Avatar series. The characters were great and dynamic; the balance of comedy to drama was near perfect; it's quite frankly the best tv show I've ever seen. Korra, though...
Like I said, I really want to like it. And there are great parts to it. I plan to faithfully watch every new season. The sad thing is that I mostly just watch it for the Avatar nostalgia. Like I said, though, it's still pretty good. It can be laugh-out-loud hilarious, or heartbreaking. Both times I watched the book one finale, I cried. However, the main problem with Korra is that the writers quite often bite off more than they can chew. They raise really interesting, complex problems, but these problems are either resolved tritely or swept under the rug. I could forgive this in the first book. The producers didn't know they'd have a larger scope, so everything had to be resolved in twelve episodes. In this book, though, they knew exactly what they had to work with, and this season still felt over-packed. In Avatar, the focus was always on the characters, and that's what made it work. I feel like none of the characters in Korra have really developed. Korra can be pretty unlikable, Mako's frankly annoying, I love Bolin (Nuk Tuk!), but he needs more fleshing out, and Asami's pretty meh.
The thing is, for a "kids'" tv show, Korra's pretty great. It deals with some complex issues, and is very entertaining. Don't get me wrong, I would still recommend watching it. I just was expecting more from the team that gave us Avatar. I'm holding out hope for the next season. The book 2 finale gave us a pretty interesting set-up, and I'm still hoping for a Zuko appearance (how dare they tease us like that and then not have him show up). But Korra just doesn't have the emotional power that Avatar had.
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