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The Legend of Korra 4 Seasons 2012

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4.7 out of 5 stars (3,270) IMDb 8.6/10

Avatar Korra, a headstrong, rebellious, feisty young woman who continually challenges and breaks with tradition, is on her quest to become a fully realized Avatar. In this story, the Avatar struggles to find balance within herself.

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Janet Varney, Jeff Bennett

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Season 1
1. Welcome to Republic City
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Having mastered water, earth and fire, Avatar Korra is eager to begin her training in airbending, but trouble in Republic City interrupts her plans.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 14, 2012
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2. A Leaf in the Wind

After hitting a snag in her airbending training with Master Tenzin, Korra pays a visit to the city's Pro Bending arena in search of inspiration.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: April 14, 2012
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3. The Revelation

Korra attempts to infiltrate the Equalist movement and learn more about its mysterious leader.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 21, 2012
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4. The Voice in the Night

Korra is recruited to join Councilman Tarrlok's task force, which seeks to rid the city of Equalists by force.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 28, 2012
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5. The Spirit of Competition

Korra and her pro-bending teammates struggle to work together after romantic rivalries shake their foundation.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: May 5, 2012
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6. And the Winner Is...

Korra and the Fire Ferrets ready themselves for the pro-bending championship as an evil threat looms over the arena.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 12, 2012
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7. The Aftermath

Tensions mount when Korra begins to suspect an ally is working for the Equalists.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: May 19, 2012
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8. When Extremes Meet

Korra faces off with Councilman Tarrlok as Equalist activity continues to rise in Republic City.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: June 2, 2012
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9. Out of the Past

Korra attempts to understand her cryptic visions, while Tenzin and Beifong lead a search for Equalist hostages.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: June 9, 2012
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10. Turning the Tides

The Equalists begin their attack on Republic City.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: June 16, 2012
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11. Skeletons in the Closet

As the war intensifies, Korra goes undercover and discovers a secret about the anti-bending revolution. Meanwhile, her teammates hunt down an Equalist stronghold.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: June 23, 2012
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12. Endgame

In the season finale, Korra faces the mysterious leader of the Equalists as the war in Republic City comes to a head.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: June 23, 2012
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After the original series Avatar: The Last Airbender ended, the Nickelodeon folks (for some reason unfathomable to me) quashed any hopes of ever reviving it. They eventually confirmed that fans had shown a positive response to Avatar Kyoshi and were interested in starting up a new series based on a female Avatar and to avoid a rehash of Aang's adventures it would be set in a single semi-modern city and feature people who are anti-bending of any element. True to their word, enter Avatar Korra. If you're wondering about Zuko's mom or are craving a continuation of the gang's adventures I recommend Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise, Part 1. The book raises more questions than it answers but it is definitely a start to unraveling the mystery. The rest of the comics are as of 5/18/2012 unpublished so we have no choice other than to be patient and let the series creators tell the story in their own time/way.

The legend of Korra starts off with Aang's successor, Korra learning Airbending under Aang's son Tenzin in the semi-modern Republic City. To avoid overlap with the last airbender Korra is shown to have already mastered the bending of the other 3 elements. To fill the need for a bad guy (terrifying guy, really) we have Amon - the leader of the anti-bender movement. For the sports lovers, there's the pro-bending championship featuring some really cool bending moves aaand we get to see more than just one or even two elements being bended at the same time (in a non-lethal environment)! For the pet lovers, there are characters Naga and Pabu who could easily grow to be as lovable as Appa and Momo. The story unfolds quickly and is very engaging.
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I just finished watching the first episode of Legend of Korra. I was very pleasantly surprised that it arrived early on Amazon. I have been looking forward to this show since seeing the preview at last year's Comicon. It is definitely different from the first three season of Avatar but very enjoyable. Korra is a very strong, willful teen girl who can kick butt and take names, but like Aang has a lot to learn about the world and her place in it. This episode does a good job of introducing new characters, giving some closure on old characters, and introducing a new world for the rest of the series. It left me exciting and looking forward to the rest of the series.
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I was a dedicated fan of the original. My daughter (5) and I routinely watch the original series. I approached the new one with trepidation they might ruing the legacy (can you blame me after the movie) and hope that the original creators wouldn't let me down.

This new series has delivered beyond my expectations. It takes the original and advances it - creating something that is both familiar and new at the same time. For fans of the original, there are many shout outs and in-references to characters and events past. There is humor, drama, intrigue, and a villain with a mysterious enough back story to pull you in. I don't want to say too much and risk spoilers.

I also like the strong female role model. As a dad of two, its nice to see lead female characters. Avatar has always had strong female role models, and this series is no different.

Newcomers, do not worry if you haven't seen the original. My wife can count on one hand the number of original series episodes she's watched. She has watched all of the Korra episodes and had no difficulty following long.

I can't recommend this enough.
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As a series that honors its origins without ever being merely imitative of them, this may well turn out to be one of the all time great television spin-offs. Indeed, the very term "spin-off" seems somehow inadequate. For this is a true sequel, and one fully up to the task of standing on equal terms with its predecessor.

A lifetime has passed between the ending of Avatar and the beginning of Korra, and in that time the world of the four nations has moved on. Even during the scope of the original series, we saw that world in a state of technological ferment. In the time between the two series, this process has clearly marched on unabated. By the time Korra begins, we find ourselves in a world with technology comparable to early 20th century Earth.

To those who fell in love with the world of the first series, I'd say only this: don't worry, for there is nothing to fear here. The writers have not destroyed or replaced their original creation. Rather, they have profoundly deepened it. There is the sense of a real world with its own internal logic and course of development - a world that changes precisely because of its own reality. Integral to this is the fact that it's not just the technology that has moved forwards. Everything from the society's economic basis to its martial arts has changed since last we were here, but always in logical and internally consistent ways. You can tell that this is a show made by people with a deep respect for the integrity of their own creation.

As with the original series, this logical and consistent quality - this ability to just plain think things through - applies not only to the world-building, but also to the plot and story. At all times we have the sense of a tapestry being woven.
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