Tuesday, September 29, 2020

“Legend of Korra” Drops on Netflix, Now You Can Watch The Entire Saga of Avatar

Must Read

Blumhouse’s Upcoming “The Craft: Legacy” Trailer Hits

It's almost spooky season, and that means Blumhouse FINALLY released a trailer for their upcoming revisit of...

Disney Moving Forward with “The Lion King” Sequel, Barry Jenkins to Direct

This just in-Walt Disney Studios is definitely moving forward with a second live-action (yeah, we know,...

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is Upgrading on Series X Launch Day

Xbox Series X launch day is quickly approaching. As we barrel towards the next gen launch day,...
Breana Ceballoshttp://www.nerdbot.com
Hi! I am the Managing Editor for Nerdbot.com I enjoy watching anime, learning about new things and keeping up with Nerd Culture. I love writing and hope to introduce people to things that they may not have known about before through my articles.

There has been some trouble with Netflix and Avatar lately, namely that the original creators have dropped out of the live action show. But with the bad news comes good news because now you can watch the entire saga from beginning to end. “Legend of Korra” has just dropped on Netflix so now when you finish “Avatar: The Last Airbender” you can jump right into Korra.

Nickelodeon

It’s a welcome change to be able to watch it from start to finish given that the original gap was four years. That’s four years of waiting for more story! If you’re a fan of the show you know how daunting that was, having to wait and possibly indulge in reading the comics. Because that was the only way we got to know exactly what happened to Zuko’s mom.

While some may not like Korra for reasons I won’t go into right now, once you watch Avatar TLA again you will come to realize that a lot of the story and plot connect. When we watched Korra initially some of it didn’t make sense, but that was because for some of us it had been four years since we watched the original. There is a lot you can forget in such a long time!

You can watch “Avatar the Last Airbender” and “Legend of Korra” on Netflix now. And if you do watch them in succession and have a strong opinion one way or the other we’d love to hear it!

DISCLOSURE: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning when you click the links and make a purchase, we receive a commission.

Latest News

Brain Eating Amoeba Found in Texas Water Supply

They are currently giving out bottled water until they can get the bacteria safely out of their systems.
Html code here! Replace this with any non empty raw html code and that's it.

Disney Moving Forward with “The Lion King” Sequel, Barry Jenkins to Direct

This just in-Walt Disney Studios is definitely moving forward with a second live-action (yeah, we know, their words, not ours) "The...

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is Upgrading on Series X Launch Day

Xbox Series X launch day is quickly approaching. As we barrel towards the next gen launch day, it seems we have even...

Pokémon Sword & Shield DLC “Crown Tundra” Gets Livestream Event

Very early this morning, The Pokémon Company held a short livestream with new information on "Pokémon Sword" and "Pokémon Shield." Specifically, we...

Regal Robot Unveils Extremely Limited “Star Wars” Rancor Maquette Signed by Phil Tippett

We can't get over this incredibly detailed Rancor prop replica coming from Regal Robot. Seriously. She's just beautiful and disgusting and spectacular....
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This