New ‘Legend of Korra’ Episode 8 Video Clip

After about a week of waiting, we have finally been graced with a minute long clip from episode 8 of the Legend of Korra. Based on the clip, it seems like “Team Avatar” (Yep, they actually refer to themselves as Team Avatar) is heading out on some sort of journey.

Anyways, just hit the “read more” link below to check out the clip.

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Dry Spell Discussion & Funny ‘Legend of Korra’ Animation

Despite the fact that we haven’t had a new The Legend of Korra episode in more than a week, the massive load of recently leaked Korra news has served as a nice substitute. We learned the title of the 8th episode of The Legend of Korra. We analyzed a leaked picture and found the setting of the 8th episode. And we even dug up the title of the 9th episode of The Legend of Korra thanks to the XFinity television guide.

By the way, all of this news surfaced early last week.

It is now the Tuesday of our second week without The Legend of Korra and we have just hit a dry spell of relevant news. But I guess it makes sense when you find the title of, not one, but two future Korra episodes within a span of several days (That’s not normal).

However, a dry spell is not going to keep me from entertaining avid Korra fans. So I present to you the Avatar version of good old fashion humor. Please enjoy this animated clip I found that pokes fun at an already entertaining scene in The Legend of Korra (Hit ‘Read More’ to see it).

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‘Legend of Korra’ Episode 9 to be Titled ‘Out of the Past’

Update: ‘Out of the Past’ has officially aired. Check out our recap here.

According to the Xfinity episode guide for The Legend of Korra, the 9th episode in the series will be titled ‘Out of the Past’. It is scheduled to premiere on Saturday, June 9th, exactly one week after the 8th episode airs.

If you check the Xfinity guide yourself, you’ll notice that the 9th episode is not exactly displayed very clearly. When you click the link for The Legend of Korra episodes, a page that displays episodes 1-9 initially flashes, but it then disappears and a new page that only shows episodes 1-7 is displayed.

Luckily we have the technology of ‘Print Screen”, which gives us the ability to capture an image of the displayed page on our computer. I used this feature to quickly capture an image of the initial page that shows the 9th Legend of Korra episode. The image that I captured is shown at the top of this post.

Based solely on the episodes title, I have a hunch that we may see a past character from The Last Airbender. Maybe Aang in the Spirit World? Zuko as an old man? This episode has to do with the past, so if we don’t get to see a previous character, I expect the episode to possibly focus on Korra’s “past”.

Dante Basco: Second Season of ‘Legend of Korra’ Currently in the Works

In an interview with Crave Online, Dante Basco (voice of Zuko) slipped some more details on the current production status of The Legend of Korra. When asked what was “going on” with The Legend of Korra, Basco was not shy to reveal the current status of the popular series:

We just started the new season, I think third or fourth episode. I have a role in it and I’m always proud to be a part of the “Avatar” family. Everything is hush-hush with it always. I’d get yelled at for even talking about it but I’m excited. I love the new show. I think they did a great job and I can’t wait to see how the fans take to it.

Now this is very interesting because The Legend of Korra is currently at its cross roads of destiny. The second season only has 14 episodes planned, and with 2-3 episodes already finished, Mike and Bryan will need to decide whether they want to extend The Legend of Korra, or end the series at season two.

This is not the first time Mike and Bryan have had to decide whether or not to extend The Legend of Korra. The series was actually already extended once: It was initially only going to be a mini-series, but it was later extended to two seasons.

Ultimately, the fate of the show is in the hands of the creators. We’ll just have to wait and see what they decide to do and learn to live with it. But let’s just be happy that Dante Basco has confirmed season two’s production as well as his role in the season. And based on what Basco is saying, I can’t wait to see how this season ends.

Korra Could Return to the Sato Mansion in Episode 8 of The Legend of Korra

A picture from episode 8 of The Legend of Korra has surfaced, and it depicts a furious Korra, spitting fire from her mouth much like The Dragon of the West. But besides the inferno, what really caught my eye was the square-like image depicted on the wall directly to the right of Korra.

What I found was that the exact same image is also printed on the front of every Satomobile. This leads me to believe that the setting of this picture could possibly be the Sato Mansion.

In that case, episode 8 could primarily be about Korra and the Gang returning to the Mansion for some unfinished business. Maybe they intend to rescue Chief Bei Fong’s lost men, just as we predicted earlier?

The last time the gang was at the Sato Mansion was when they found out that Hiroshi Sato, Asami’s father, was an Equalist.

Obviously, Korra and the Gang won’t be welcomed back upon their arrival so expect another exciting action sequence that could involve Sato’s Mech-Like machines. This is going to get interesting.

‘Legend of Korra’ Episode 8 to be Titled ‘When Extremes Meet’

The official Wikia Page for The Legend of Korra has revealed that the 8th episode in the series will be titled ‘When Extremes Meet’.

No description of the episode has been announced, but we do have some solid evidence that could tip off the episode’s plot. Check back tomorrow for that.

The 8th Legend of Korra episode ‘When Extremes Meet’ will air on Saturday, June 2nd. There will not be an episode airing this Saturday because of Memorial Day Weekend.

‘The Legend of Korra’ Episode 8 Prediction

In the last episode of The Legend of Korra, we a learned a lot of new things: Asami may actually join Korra and the gang, Hiroshi Sato is an Equalist, Tenzin can actually fight fairly well and Chief Bei Fong may no longer be the Chief Officer anymore.

Episode 7 was plagued with all kinds of new themes, the most prominent one being deceit. All along we thought Hiroshi Sato was a nice, wealthy man who was kind enough to sponsor the Fire Ferrets. But in the end, Sato was nearly the opposite of who many perceived him to be.

Another thing that made this episode particularly interesting was the major cliff hanger at the end. Will Chief Bei Fong resign as Chief Officer? Will Chief Bei Fong get her lost men back? Where will Asami, Mako and Bolin stay now (probably Air Temple Island)? Will Asami be a part of the Fab 3? And how will Korra stop the Equalist if they get their hands on the Mech Robots Sato made?

Obviously, we won’t get clarity on all of these questions in one episode, but I’m sure we’ll get an answer to some of them. This is how I think they will be answered:

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