Every now and then a really great series comes along that can make you laugh, cry, cheer and reflect. You wouldn't expect such a show to come from Nickelodeon, but Avatar: The Last Airbender "did all that and more. Unfortunately, it's hard to watch because none of the usual streaming sites carried it Last Airbender returns to Netflix triumphantly on May 1
If you're not familiar with Last Airbender Here is a brief summary: Four nations form the world, each with a different type of elemental bender, water, earth, fire and air Only the avatar can use all four elements, and that person keeps the peace
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But the avatar disappeared for a hundred years and war broke out Now Aang, the latest in the long series of avatars, must learn all the elements t bending and preventing the Fire Nation from taking over the world.
However, don't be fooled by the simple nature of that summary; it is a deep show full of nuance. You see wisdom from people who should be enemies, difficult decisions made by innocent people, and you follow when our heroes experience success and failure. I challenge you not to cry when Uncle Iroh sings Leaves on the Vine .
While until recently you could see the less successful sequel, Legend of Korra on Amazon Prime, for years it was difficult, if not impossible, to watch Last Airbender . But in a tweet, Netflix revealed it would start streaming all three seasons from May 15.
This could be a precursor to the upcoming live-action series based on the cartoon. Fortunately, that live-action series has nothing to do with the film. We are not talking about the movie.
If you've never seen Avatar: The Last Airbender before, I highly recommend that you watch it. The first few episodes are a bit rough, but the series quickly finds it solid. And it won't be long before you find yourself sorry the show is already over.
Source: Netflix via Gizmodo