Posted on December 14, 2012 by Keval
The biggest problem I’ve always had with Book 2 is the fact that it takes place 6 months after the events of Book 1. At the end of Book 1, the big picture of Amon and his tyranny were cleared up, but there were still a lot of loose ends in terms of the overall plot line.
The biggest loose end has to be whether or not the Equalist Regime ended completely or not. You can’t expect such a large rebellion to simply die out once their leader has been killed. But since Book 2 contains its own separate plot line, it’s doubtful that the regime will even be mentioned.
Thankfully for us, we have the creative minds of the fan base to help fill in the gaps that Mike and Bryan left for us. So what really did happen directly after Korra ended Amon’s wrath? Obviously, we all probably have our own theory, and we can probably tell it to as many people as we please. But the YouTube group known as The Republic Online has the unique ability to show it to us, and show it to us well.
The Republic Online has created a live-action YouTube show that essentially portrays their vision of what really happened after Amon and Tarrlock were killed (yes, they were killed). I don’t want to spoil anything because the shows are extremely well done and the special effects are surprisingly good, but I will say that they’re well worth watching.
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Posted on August 26, 2012 by Keval
As we dive deeper and deeper into the Korra-Free months, news gets slow, and so does speculation. I’ve done my best to keep all of you up to date with the latest news and speculations based on Book 2, but to stay informed and entertained, you can’t always rely on just one source.
That’s why I’m here to provide you guys with a secondary source for all your Legend of Korra needs. Besides checking back to this blog, you should also check out AvatarJesal’s YouTube Channel. He is constantly updating his channel with Legend of Korra commentary based on news and speculation.
AvatarJesal’s strength is undoubtedly his outstanding speculation videos. They are extremely professional and quite intriguing. If you’re ever in the mood to hear more about what could take place during the course of Book 2, I urge you to check out AvatarJesal’s YouTube channel as he is very good about updating his subscribers on a daily basis.
But speculation is not his only strength. If there is ever any kind of breaking news or trending information, he’ll have it on his channel immediately. He really does do a fine job with his channel, so I urge you to at least check it out – maybe even subscribe.
Keep up the good work, AvatarJesal!
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Posted on July 24, 2012 by Keval
In case you’re a football fan, you’d know that June and July are pretty much the worst months of the year for football. Literally nothing goes on: First you have the draft in April and then, nothing. We are facing a similar scenario with The Legend of Korra: We had Comic Con in June, and now, we have nothing until who-knows-when.
It’s come to a point now where I have put it upon myself to speculate every aspect of Book 2 of The Legend of Korra just to keep things interesting around the fandom. But enough of me and my plan, today I have stumbled upon an up and coming Avatar YouTube channel that is doing a rather fine job updating its subscribers with all the latest Avatar news. So incase you’re getting bored of reading my rambles, please do check out Avatar Therapy’s YouTube channel. And why not subscribe, too?
The channel is relatively new, but maybe you could help out a fellow Avatar Fan and give him a community just as you have so graciously given me one.
The channel is similar to this blog, in fact. It gives you all the late breaking information and speculations on The Legend of Korra, just in a video format. I enjoy watching the videos, so maybe you will too.
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