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Jul 29, 2014 / 844 notes

mako:

Meanwhile, Korra discovers the shocking truth about the group that’s be after her!” 

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obsessingoverstuff:

cute girlfiends being sassy together
Jul 29, 2014 / 2,159 notes

obsessingoverstuff:

cute girlfiends being sassy together

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Jul 29, 2014 / 1,295 notes

dongbufeng:

"Look Ahead At Book 3" [x]. The second half of Book 3 trailer that aired during the SDCC panel.

Jul 29, 2014 / 58,454 notes

nymre:

One of the reasons atla was a great show was because of the bonding/friendship/family times. I really liked that. uvu

(Apologies for the exaggerated crying Aang in the first gif. This was an unplanned thing were the rest just followed. I know Aang doesn’t cry like that haha.)

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korranews:

Well, there it is, the last ever Legend of Korra TV rating, and it’s the lowest ever: 1.080 million viewers watched The Terror Within on-air. Goodbye and good riddance to TV ratings for this show - starting this Friday new episodes of Korra will be uploaded online weekly at noon EST on nick.com, Amazon, and Google Play.
See the complete Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra TV ratings here.
Jul 28, 2014 / 250 notes

korranews:

Well, there it is, the last ever Legend of Korra TV rating, and it’s the lowest ever: 1.080 million viewers watched The Terror Within on-air. Goodbye and good riddance to TV ratings for this show - starting this Friday new episodes of Korra will be uploaded online weekly at noon EST on nick.com, Amazon, and Google Play.

See the complete Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra TV ratings here.

Jul 28, 2014 / 77 notes

"The Terror Within" Gets 1.08 Million Viewers

dongbufeng:

Friday at 8pm, Episode 8 of Book 3 of “The Legend of Korra” (“The Terror Within”) garnered 1.08 million viewers and a .3 adults 18-49 rating. This total viewers numbers is down from last week and is a series low for Korra. No further episodes of Book 3 will air on television. See ratings for all episodes of Korra and Avatar here at Dongbu Feng. (Rating of episode 8 from comments of TVByTheNumbers article.)

Jul 28, 2014 / 109,619 notes
korra-avatastic:

the only right place for this show~
Jul 28, 2014 / 835 notes

korra-avatastic:

the only right place for this show~

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Jul 28, 2014 / 1,181 notes
bobbityhobbity:

nuktuk:

korraspirit:

This image has surfaced the internet directly from Comic Con 2014 thanks to avatar-mom. It appears to be a younger Suyin & Zaheer in the circus.
In Book 3 episode 3 The Metal Clan, Suyin mentioned that she joined the Circus. Here is a quote taken from the episode:

When I was sixteen, I left home to explore the world. I sailed the seas on a pirate ship, joined a traveling circus for a while, and lived in a sandbender commune in a desert.

Coincidentally, screenshots show that Avatar will be travelling to the Misty Palms Oasis (which is in the desert) and other desert locations in a future episode(s). Zaheer and Suyin in the Circus together, Suyin stating that she used to live in the desert & Team Avatar travelling to the desert as a relevant part to the plot. Could this all be somewhat linked?
This part isn’t really relevant to the rest of the post, but: It should be noted that the official Book 3 trailer hints at their desert trip being a defeat for Korra as you can see in these two screenshots [ X & X ] that Korra & Asami are escaping the desert and Korra is collapsed into Asami’s arms.

=O! I’ve been having these same theories too! Looking at Suyin’s chef’s tattoos on his arms, who was a pirate, they are eerily similar to Ghazan’s! 

Oooooh shit. I just realized that a background in acrobatics (ala Ty Lee) would help explain Zaheer’s distinctive fighting style and why it is so well adapted to airbending.

The way Suyin acted after Aiwei was involved the attack in “The Terror Within” looked like she was faking, she must be suspicious too. 75% of me says I can’t trust her.
Jul 28, 2014 / 1,814 notes

bobbityhobbity:

nuktuk:

korraspirit:

This image has surfaced the internet directly from Comic Con 2014 thanks to avatar-mom. It appears to be a younger Suyin & Zaheer in the circus.

In Book 3 episode 3 The Metal Clan, Suyin mentioned that she joined the Circus. Here is a quote taken from the episode:

When I was sixteen, I left home to explore the world. I sailed the seas on a pirate ship, joined a traveling circus for a while, and lived in a sandbender commune in a desert.

Coincidentally, screenshots show that Avatar will be travelling to the Misty Palms Oasis (which is in the desert) and other desert locations in a future episode(s). Zaheer and Suyin in the Circus together, Suyin stating that she used to live in the desert & Team Avatar travelling to the desert as a relevant part to the plot. Could this all be somewhat linked?

This part isn’t really relevant to the rest of the post, but: It should be noted that the official Book 3 trailer hints at their desert trip being a defeat for Korra as you can see in these two screenshots [ X & X ] that Korra & Asami are escaping the desert and Korra is collapsed into Asami’s arms.

=O! I’ve been having these same theories too! Looking at Suyin’s chef’s tattoos on his arms, who was a pirate, they are eerily similar to Ghazan’s! 

Oooooh shit. I just realized that a background in acrobatics (ala Ty Lee) would help explain Zaheer’s distinctive fighting style and why it is so well adapted to airbending.

The way Suyin acted after Aiwei was involved the attack in “The Terror Within” looked like she was faking, she must be suspicious too. 75% of me says I can’t trust her.

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