Avatar The Last Airbender - Book 2 Earth, Vol. 1
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The best thing about this particular DVD is that unlike its predecessors, this one includes 5 episodes! In Book 2: Earth, Vol. 1, the included episodes are:
Chapter 1: The Avatar State. In Aang's visit to an Earth Kingdom city, the general tries to help Aang reach the Avatar state in order to use his power against the Fire Nation. Is this Earth Kingdom general really trying to help Aang?
Chapter 2: The Cave of Two Lovers. Aang and his gang decide to head back to Omashu to visit King Bumi in hopes he'll teach Aang Earth bending. Their run-in with some nomads leads them to a cursed cave! All they need to do to get out is to "trust in love," but is it really that simple?
Chapter 3: Return to Omashu. When they arrive at Omashu, something seems different. The Fire Nation has taken over! And where's King Bumi? Aang, Katara, and Sokka also encounter the evil Azula and her 3 friends for the first time. Expert killers, will Aang and his friends make it out of Omashu safely without finding Aang's old friend?
Chapter 4: The Swamp. While passing over a swamp on Appa, Aang thinks he hears it calling to him. After trying to ignore it, a random tornado forces him and his friends to land on ground. There is something mystical about this swamp, but Aang can't quite figure it out. Although skeptical Sokka tries hard to seek a logical way out of the forrest, there is someone watching.Read more ›
1. the avatar state- Aang learns about the avatar state and is attacked by a mean earthkingdom general who wants to use tis power
2. The cave of two lovers- Aang and Katara get trapped in a dark cave
3.Return to Omashu- Aang goes back to learn earthbending from king bumi, but Omashu has changed
4.the swamp- Aang & co go to a swamp and learn about zen.
i really like this show, and i think you will too. but i would recommend seeing Book 1, water before watching Book 2 earth. peace out!!
My frustration is over the fact that they continue to release the seasons in this broken up format of four episodes per volume. By the time Book 2, Vol 1 is released, the entire second season will have already aired. In due course it will be released as a season long package, but to have us wait simply to try to pull extra bucks from the less patient is (although understandable) annoying as hell.
My suggestion to everyone, satisfy your Avatar needs by watching re-runs on TV or viewing the fuzzy low-rez versions on YouTube (hopefully they will remain there). Eventually the entire Book 2 package will be released when they get to releasing Vol. 5 and you will be able to get everything from Episode 201 to 220 in one feld swoop... and more importantly, at a reduced total price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit disappointed with the scratches all over disk. Haven't watched yet to see if it plays fine.Published 9 months ago by Billie J Hicks
This series is fantastic. We love the storyline, the character development, and the superior treatment of "coming of age" themes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by jpaul
I was very satisfied the product and the speed I received it I would do business with them again, I was very satisfiedPublished on February 16, 2013 by Jerry L. Wescott
Starting Book 2 with a desire to finish the adventure, Not many books do that...Published on April 7, 2010 by Brice L. Korte
This is a wonderfully imaginative series that is perfect for the whole family. We have Book 1 the entire season and now own Book 2 Vol. 1-3 (4&5 are not available yet). Read morePublished on July 12, 2007 by Lapin
If you just started watching the Avatar you need to get all that is out there for nobody knows when the third season will begin.Published on May 21, 2007 by Mari L. Vela Rivera
Avatar is an excellent animated series for the whole family; enticing characters with engaging storylines, captivating action and good humor. Read morePublished on May 7, 2007 by Dennis P. Mace