Blurred Image Looks to Feature Bolin and Korra’s Twin Cousins from Book 2 of The Legend of Korra

I have now come to realize that Bryan Konietzko’s Tumblr is the best thing that has happened to Legend of Korra fans over this off season. Within the last few days, we’ve received Story Board art as well as an actual image of Korra from Book 2 all from Bryan’s Tumblr.

Today’s image isn’t quite as good as past images, but it is a scene from Book 2 and we can’t ignore that.

As you can see, the image is extremely blurry to a point that it’s almost impossible to comprehend, but I think I may have some ideas as to what the image depicts. Here is a closer look at the image from the picture for a better reference.

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Two Pieces of Story Board Art for Book 2 of The Legend of Korra Released

Earlier today, Bryan Konietzko used Tumblr to give Legend of Korra fans some more Book 2 news to chew on. In his latest Tumblr post, Bryan did a Crew Profile of Owen Sullivan who is currently on-board as an Assistant Director of The Legend of Korra.

While giving some background of Owen, Bryan deemed it appropriate to show two pieces Book 2 story board that Owen worked on.

They certainly don’t reveal a whole lot about Book 2 at all, but screen shots are screen shots and it’s always exciting to get some sort of Book 2 information. The first piece of story board art basically shows Korra, Bolin, Jinora and Asami at the table eating some rice:

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Legend of Korra Movie Currently Not in the Works


I’ll admit it, I was extremely excited when I found out that the possibility for a Legend of Korra movie had risen. In fact, I was so excited that I started to ponder the idea of J.J. Abrams directing it.

Unfortunately, Bryan Konietzko, the co-creator of the series, used his Tumblr a few days ago to bring us down to earth. He basically said that the idea of a Legend of Korra movie was just a rumor and that nothing is currently planned.


Here’s the full quote from his Tumblr:

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Book 4 of The Legend of Korra Confirmed, Expected to be Last Book in the Series

A few days ago, we reported that 26 more episodes of The Legend of Korra were ordered. The big question at the time was how these 26 episodes were going to be divided: Would they all be devoted to one book, or would they be split up into two books?

Bryan Konietzko cleared it up for us on his Tumblr yesterday by explaining that the 26 additional episodes would be broken up into Book 3 and Book 4, each containing 13 episodes. Here is the breakdown directly from Tumblr:

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