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Legend of Korra: The Complete Series

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Product Details

  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 13, 2016
  • Run Time: 1210 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B01M21N263
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #691 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Length: 0:52 Mins
The blu ray set is just a repackaging of the previous individual season releases. The package does come with a booklet containing pages from the four Art of the Animation booksThe Legend of Korra: Air (The Art of the Animated) released for each season. There's about 10 pages per season in the booklet. There is also no episode guide included as well. So overall if you didn't have the previous individual seasons this is perfect, all you are missing out is on the artwork and episode guide that each of the individual releases include. One thing to add that I do appreciate is that if you collected the original Avatar: The Last Airbender individual season boxsets then this collection fits since the cover art has Korra in the Avatar state. There was an article that mentioned this set does have extra special features but as far as I know there are none, it was never promoted on the box set or on any of the other online retailers.

Aside from all that, it would have been great to have an episode guide for the box set and maybe even interior artwork to flip that way when you take out the slip cover there could be a difference.
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Format: Blu-ray
Korra begins with a violent "I'm the Avatar, deal with it", when I first saw this show I was a little bit disappointed because I was very much in love with Aang's story and the characters of ATLA. When Korra begins most of those characters are dead, the world that we saw changed into a 1920's steampunk Big Apple city, it was a pretty violent change for a lot of fans that were put off with the brash, overpowered, naive, stubborn and sometimes self centered Korra who is eager to show the world that SHE IS the new Avatar. Underneath all her bravado a deep insecurity lies as her need to be worthy as Aang's successor.

The story is very good, the villians are interesting, the side characters are great, make no mistake on the whole LOK franchise there is only one main character and that is Korra, all the other characters are secondary, you won't see a tight friendship as in ATLA because this characters are 17-18 y/o and it has more realistic approach and interactions. Still Mako, Bolin, Asami and Tenzin are awesome.

We are introduced to many conflicts, beginning with the relationship between Benders vs Non-benders, how the second group feels oppressed, and how Korra learns what it means to be the Avatar of the whole world. After being sheltered her whole life we see her struggling, making friends, falling in love, failing and fighting against an enemy from the past.

If you have never seen this show I really recommend it, as it grows better with each season/book. It's not perfect (ATLA wasn't either) but it's a very good show and a cartoon for all ages!
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Format: Blu-ray
I was a late come to The Last Airbender, but I instantly fell in love with the universe it introduced me to. When I heard a sequel series was approaching, I was excited as any. Personally, I am not disappointed.

Like anything else, this series had its strengths and weaknesses. Starting with the weakness, it must be stated plainly that Korra's crew lacks the charm of the Gaang. I did find myself missing the old cast, but kudos on the creative team for not making new versions of old characters. These are at least originals.

The greatest strength of this show are its villains! While Firelord Ozai was an incomprehensible and cliche villain bent on personal power, the villains of Korra rise well above that. Here are villains that are frightening, not because of their power, but because they are, or very nearly are, RIGHT! It is their methods and misguided tactics that must be stopped. From Amon's search for equality for nonbenders, to Zaheers quest for freedom from oppressive government. Here are villains you almost want to root for!

All in all, Korra is a fun show.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
As someone that came late to the show (pretty late indeed, considering its been over a couple years), this set is a great deal. All episodes, compact package.

The extras are kind of minimal as far as I can tell, but to be fair I haven't looked on all the discs yet so there may be more that I'm missing. There's episode breakdowns by directors/producers, storyboarding etc. It does come with a compact art book, containing several pages of illustration per season and insights on design by the shows producers. Nice little extra.

The most important part is the show itself, though. Avatar: TLA was a great series. For me, the Legend of Korra absolutely matches up (and sometimes surpasses) it in every way.

The visuals are top notch; traditional hand drawn animation makes all the difference here. Too often these days animated shows will go for a more minimalist animation style or even worse, CGI. There are some CGI elements here, but very few (or some are blended so well I didn't notice). They certainly don't stand out in a negative way.

To sum it up, if you've never seen the show and are interested you should buy this set. I'd be very surprised if you didn't fall in love with the show for all these reasons:

1. Characters you care about
2. Great villians (even ones you might sympathize with)
3. Awesome action scenes
4. Genuinely hilarious (more often than you'd expect)
5. Voice talent off the charts (JK Simmons steals all the scenes he's in)
6. Hits all the emotional notes and then some.

Buy it.
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