“Let’s go wreck some shit, brother!”
This is perfect! Love Thor/Azula!
LMAO! Not so sure about Azula as Thor…BUT THIS TOTALLY MADE MY NIGHT!!! XD
I have this theory: What if Amon tries to take Korra’s powers while she’s in the Avatar state?
hjvfhakvfjwefv WOW PERFECT THING
This is the most perfect.
“Treat your friend as if he will one day be your enemy, and your enemy as if he will one day be your friend.” ~ Warren G. Harding
Via Water Tribe Warrior
And yet M. Night Shamalan couldn’t do it with millions of dollars.
Wicked Flawless women of Avatar: The Last Airbender cosplay! <3 WOW!
Via Defrosting the 'Fridge
Korra’s training is interrupted when her fire-bending crush Mako arrives.
BAHAHAHA! XD <3
Via Korra Nation
[ AtLA: The Lost Adventures ]
That one time Sokka joined the Fire Nation army and became a legend
Okay, I’m sorry but PRIVATE WANG FIRE? WHAT ARE THE WRITER’S DOING.
Wasn’t Fire the name he used when he and Katara were hiding out in the Fire Nation?
A couple people have asked me what my favorite Kataang fan art is. I have a lot of favorites, including some of the ones I’ve reblogged but this is one that I LOVE but haven’t seen as much on Tumblr.
LMAO!!! Come on, Mako. You know you want to angst.
you realized Aang didn’t get to meet any of his grandkids because they’re all younger than Korra.
EXACTLY! XD …In fact, I’m glad I’m not the only one who finds this depressing. He would have loved them!!!
It’s been like, four years since we did Avatar cosplay. Looking back, I’m totally embarrassed by some of these costumes on a technical level, and the photography and editing is kind of atrocious, but hey, it’s us!
Queuing up a bunch of old stuff for old time’s sake :)
Cosplayer is Jenn, photographer is Diane. (Remember Diane??)
Holy shit, you were my favorite Azula.
The cosplay world is so small.
Epic Azula Cosplay at its best! <3
I have to agree with this as well. Korra being isolated isn’t going to make her more spiritually aware or competent. If anything, it’s—like you said—going to make her blind and unaware of how the real world really works. If one does not go out and experience the world—like the Avatar is supposed to—then how do they expect her to cultivate any sort of spirituality if she can’t connect with other people and cultures.