Yeah, I know, Book 4 of Legend of Korra ended back in 2014, but I’ve only just had the chance to watch it.
I’ve voiced my love of the Avatar series before, and I’ll do so again, now. It’s still one of the best cartoons ever to surface. Sure, there’s a lot of anime that comes out of Japan that looks slicker, but either something is lost in translation or the Japanese just aren’t good writers, because the stories and dialogue are usually dire.
Avatar brings us the best of both: quality animation and quality storytelling.
It has me scratching my head as to why more Western animation studios haven't tried to mimic it.
Having finally reached the conclusion of Book 4, though, there is a little something that irks me, and that is the way the relationship between Korra and Asami was handled. Or rather: how it wasn’t.
A romance between two characters (regardless of gender) across a story is something that should be built up to. It i