How would you feel about an animated adaptation of the ATLA comics?

How would you feel about an animated adaptation of the ATLA comics?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    what were they building again?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A forklift

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A great ice wall to keep illegal Earth Kingdomites out

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Sometimes i feel industry producers come here, ask questions and then do the exact opposite of what's been said

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I hope they live

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Probably not producers but definitely some interns that they have scan the internet for opinions. And this place is probably on theirs radar given that everything is all out there with very little censorship of moderation.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is this a edit?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No, the context is that the woman Sokka's talking to is from the Northern Water Tribe who wants building projects in the south to help improve the living conditions there. The southern citizens there have a problem with the North using this as an excuse to take over

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Sounds like what imperialist say to the non racist decent population back home to try and justify why the locals are hating them instead of the legitimate we good reasons why they do.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          this. it's exactly how colonialism was explained to normalgays that never left their countries

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        this. it's exactly how colonialism was explained to normalgays that never left their countries

        Makes sense for them to be against whatever weird project the North is trying to ram down the South's throat, seeing as modernization projects like what the Inuit went through in the 50s-70s caused declines in quality of life.
        Fathom the South becoming suicidal, drunk, wage labourers that are dependent on Northern systems and infrastructure, while losing their traditional skills, autonomy, and gradually their language.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >while losing their traditional skills, autonomy, and gradually their language
          At some point you'd have to accept that if you truly love your people and wish to protect them, you'll do what it takes to modernize and keep an equal footing with the rest of the world. If the wildlife you've been hunting all your life suddenly learns to use guns, the correct response isn't, "Well, we'll just keep using our honorable bows and arrows. I'm sure things will work out in the end." That's just being selfish to all the lives you're putting in danger by clinging to the "old ways."

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The Inuit had already been using guns for a good long while before the sedenterization, shift in nutrition, entry into wage labour, and expansion of government services and control into Inuit life. The fur trade was still a thing there in the early 1900s.
            These changes had nothing to do with the Inuit empowering themselves and everything t do with states like Canada expanding its control over the populations and territory it claimed. Remember, this was the cold war. Having control over the arctic suddenly became much more important. They arguably have more control over their own affairs now than they did in the second half of the 20th century, but this process came at the cost of much greater dependence on outside systems, worse nutrition, worse mental health, and so on. Modernization is not the same thing as empowerment.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah, I've been to Nunavut. There's a huge segment of the native population who was just fricking destroyed by "modernization" and still haven't recovered. You can see it in a few days walking around.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I mean given that Korra’s dad ends up taking over both and is a Norther, they kind of do.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's weird that these people have to pretend that their position over immigration is the default that most people are on board with.

    When for decades a lot of research on USA and Europe shows that all these countries want less immigration.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The only issue is that while you may not want it, you're kinda forced to have some to a degree. What degree that is is hard to say for sure. But not having it puts you in problems you see with Russia, China, japan, Korea, and many other countries where you have massive demographic problems.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That's why you just do what China, Japan, and Korea do and just automate it. China has like 5 different major ports that are completely automated, not to mention shit tons of factories.
        I find it hilarious how those countries with "demographic problems" just started automating all their busywork and manual labour jobs, meanwhile the west with its cheap labour faucet instead decides to automate art and writing.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Automation is nice for some areas, but not for others.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            In an era where Americans are clearing out entire art departments in favour of AI, you and I both know this is a giant fricking cope.
            Automation will happen wherever companies want it to happen, the final quality is irrelevant.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >I find it hilarious how those countries with "demographic problems" just started automating all their busywork and manual labour jobs
          And as a result China's youth is suffering from 25% unemployment

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            And America's youth is suffering from not being able to afford an apartment while working 3 jobs and having a "side hustle."
            God bless the gig economy.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >And America's youth is suffering from not being able to afford an apartment while working 3 jobs and having a "side hustle."
              >implying zoomies and below aren't just shit with their money

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Japan has basically spent three decades in stagnation, and all they’ve done is try to ignore the real societal issues to a point that their elderly now regularly commit crimes so that they get sent to jail where the state has to take care of them. China has a giant issue with youth unemployment, their man made gender ratio disparity, etc. Automation hasn’t done anything outside of slightly slow the speed of the disaster looming in the horizon.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          China's gender rate is so fricked, they have to import asians from best korea or use hot b***hes in Africa as a lure to get their men motivated.

          Automation still does nothing for looming real estate problems either.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Russia and China will be better off long term if they just power through smaller populations for a while. Their economies may not grow, and may even shrink, but it's better than disemploying your own children by inporting 3rd world slave labor.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Russia is currently telling its citizens to breed more soldiers so that their population figures don’t plummet and they will still have people to forcefully enlist in the military due to the meat grinder the current Ukrainian front is.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Hey kids! Work these back breaking and soul crushing jobs so those damn dirty immigrants don't!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah, ultimately it will be healthier because the population will eventually make a rebound on it's own, especially if they abolish women's rights which is always a total disaster for demographics and wages long term

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Here's the thing. Most people are okay with some immigration. What they are not okay with is illegal immigration. That's the issue. Anyone who tries to paint it as simple xenophobia is a moron, a liar, or both.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A ton of people just want the illegal ones thrown back over the border with a catapult and are either indifferent to the current quotas or actually want them raised. "They all should frick off and I don't care how white they are, I'll pick up my vegan sushi from the store myself" is still a minority position.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      their devotion to globohomosexual clownworld ideology is cult-like and they believe anyone that goes against it is fricking evil

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The problem is that if people live somewhere shit and they CAN get to a place where their lives would be better, they're going to try. Moreso if they're on a single continent, so theoretically walking (mixed with a bit of swimming and climbing) is all that's needed. You're only going to get people to stay where they are if "where they are" gets less shitty, and that's a tricky thing to pull off from afar... especially with people going "why are we spending money trying to make that place less shitty?"
      Making things more complicated, people DO want less immigration, but there's a solid majority everywhere going "but these specific cases are acceptable" and there's a lot of political capital to be made from grinding the process to a halt rather than trying to do a better job with the boring bureaucracy of letting in "those specific cases."

      Okay I know that deep-down this is a thread about getting angry about politics in comics/cartoons. But here's the thing: Avatar really is a show/cartoon where it makes sense to deal with those issues, because the four nations have been kept separated for untold generations, with Avatar Roku even saying some variation of "the nations shall not mix." And after the Fire Nation's big invasion you're GOING to get things like little kids who have a Fire Nation Daddy and an Earth Nation Mommy, and little Fire Nation kids going "okay you're telling me to Go Home, but I've lived here my whole damn life and have no desire to go to where my Grandpa came from. Honestly frick that place, this is where my friends and fiancé live. And besides I've heard their music and it sucks."

      Getting upset that Avatar touches on this stuff is getting upset that Avatar deals with incredibly obvious plot points.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >And after the Fire Nation's big invasion you're GOING to get things like little kids who have a Fire Nation Daddy and an Earth Nation Mommy, and little Fire Nation kids going "okay you're telling me to Go Home, but I've lived here my whole damn life and have no desire to go to where my Grandpa came from. Honestly frick that place, this is where my friends and fiancé live. And besides I've heard their music and it sucks."
        >Getting upset that Avatar touches on this stuff is getting upset that Avatar deals with incredibly obvious plot points.
        There is a huge difference between forcing the Fire Nation colonialists to go back, regardless of how long their families have been in the colony, and allowing the colonies self-determination on the basis of a process that shut out the voices of the Earth Kingdomer underclass. I am pretty sure keeping the former colonies in the Earth Kingdom, but ensuring that the Fire Nationalists have full Earth Kingdom ctizenship and have their rights protected would have been better.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >a process that shut out the voices of the Earth Kingdomer underclass.
          The 'Earth Kingdom underclass' didn't see themselves as Earth Kingdom and haven't been Earth Kingdom for a century.
          >I am pretty sure keeping the former colonies in the Earth Kingdom, but ensuring that the Fire Nationalists have full Earth Kingdom ctizenship and have their rights protected would have been better.
          You're just wrong. There is 0 justification for the colonies to be forced to be a part of a country they had no ties with for 100 years.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >after the Fire Nation's big invasion you're GOING to get things like little kids who have a Fire Nation Daddy and an Earth Nation Mommy, and little Fire Nation kids going "okay you're telling me to Go Home, but I've lived here my whole damn life and have no desire to go to where my Grandpa came from. Honestly frick that place, this is where my friends and fiancé live. And besides I've heard their music and it sucks."
        Didn't they go a little bit into that in Korra as Kuriva's excuse for attacking Republic City? It was started as a Fire Nation colony on Earth Kingdom land, so even though Republic City was now independent it should belong to her. IDK, the lore and world building went to shit after the original series ended, so who knows what they've said.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >even though Republic City was now independent it should belong to her.
          Which is very ironic because she had exactly 0 rights to the Throne and her Earth Empire wasn't even the same country as the Earth Kingdom.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Didn't they go a little bit into that in Korra as Kuriva's excuse for attacking Republic City? It was started as a Fire Nation colony on Earth Kingdom land, so even though Republic City was now independent it should belong to her.
          Yes, though she is wrong since the United Republic had been a recognized sovergin state for over 70 years and the Earth Empire's precedssor recoginzied it.

          Genetics can be weird.

          >Genetics can be weird.
          True, but Izumi's chin and general demeanor screams Mai.

          The Fire Nation because of the industrial revolution was ahead of the curve. Technologically speaking.

          Pre-100 War:
          Earth Kingdom > Fire Nation > Water Tribes > Airtards

          Post-100 War:
          Fire Nation > Earth Kingdom > Water Tribe > Airtards

          >The Fire Nation because of the industrial revolution was ahead of the curve. Technologically speaking.

          >Pre-100 War:
          >Earth Kingdom > Fire Nation > Water Tribes > Airtards
          That's wrong because the whole reason Sozin started the war was because everyone else, including the EK were WAY behind them technology and abundance wise.

          >That's wrong because the whole reason Sozin started the war was because everyone else, including the EK were WAY behind them technology and abundance wise.

          What's the source on that? The show itself is pretty clear that by Sozin's time, the Fire Nation was number 1 and thus he developed his Savior Complex.

          >The show itself is pretty clear that by Sozin's time, the Fire Nation was number 1 and thus he developed his Savior Complex.
          Imo, considering one of the major influences of the 100 year war era FN is imperial japan, I think Sozin's real reason for starting the war was to get land and resources to support his small, island nation as they underwent rapid industrialization.

          That and quell unrest caused by political movements such as the one lead by his younger sister.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >demeanor
            she had like 5 minutes of screen time

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I think Sozin's real reason for starting the war was to get land and resources to support his small, island nation as they underwent rapid industrialization.
            We literally see and are told his real reason, anon.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >>I think Sozin's real reason for starting the war was to get land and resources to support his small, island nation as they underwent rapid industrialization.
              >We literally see and are told his real reason, anon.
              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greater_East_Asia_Co-Prosperity_Sphere

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I don't see how it's relevant to the fact we literally see Sozin explain to his entire reason for what he did in a flashback.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I don't see how it's relevant to the fact we literally see Sozin explain to his entire reason for what he did in a flashback.
                People can have multiple reasons for doing what they did, and they don't have to consciously acknowledge all of them. Also, unlike what show implied, Sozin's rule wasn't unquestioned, and the Roku novel will probably expand what the tabletop game said in regards to this.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Also, unlike what show implied, Sozin's rule wasn't unquestioned,
                His rule WAS unquestioned and you should really stop taking garbage non-canon retcons into considerations.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >His rule WAS unquestioned and you should really stop taking garbage non-canon retcons into considerations.
                But the tabletop game and the Roku novel are both made by Avatar Studios tho.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Avatar Studio is full of shit, just like LOK.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Avatar Studio is full of shit, just like LOK.
                Maybe, but I willing to give them a fair shake before writing everything past the OG shows considering they have essentially unlimited funds and time.

                [...]
                >They would get retconed ASAP.
                I doubt it, they'd just double down like with LOK.

                >I doubt it, they'd just double down like with LOK.
                TLOK was animated. The comics haven't been animated and people have an easier time accepting retcons if deals with a medium other than the main one.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You can force consensus if you control the media. It doesn't matter if it's a movie, late night talk show, podcast or comic, no matter how small the format, push the message.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Thank you Brock Samson, I love you

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      As long as people don't want to work low-paid jobs immigrants will be required. Especially low-paid seasonal jobs such as picking fruit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The USA doesn't deserve to have a border. It should be the prostitute of the world.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Considering the comics range from meh to terrible I would feel pretty meh to terrible.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not into NTR doujins

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This was such bullshit, funny I'm not even that much of a fan of avatar but what the comics did to suko and his girlfriend was infuriating.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The Zutarans never left, so that was predictable. I'm more mad with how people were so eager to abandon Sokka x Suki.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Bro talking to the firelord like he's a scrub outside 7/11

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I fricking hate the comics and all the romance drama.
      And how we had 0 lesbian shit in Korra but it's literally all it ever is in Korra comics.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I fricking hate the comics and all the romance drama.
      And how we had 0 lesbian shit in Korra but it's literally all it ever is in Korra comics.

      Sometimes I glad the comics as a medium is always ignored if you're not capesshit. Because boy Avatar comics were even below on the scale of shit tier writing.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        makes me wonder how would be the reaction if the ATLA comics somehow broke into the normalgay bubble and and all ATLA fans became aware of how shitty they are

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      He should have stuck with Jin.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >He should have stuck with Jin.
        He still can.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >He still can.
          Izumi doesn't look like Jin at all, but looks almost exactly like Mai.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Genetics can be weird.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          she was a prostitute hired by Iroh and nothing will convince me otherwise

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Go back to Tumblr and stop trying to force your cringe headcanon here.
            Or at least keep it to the cuck threads like the Katara Cuck anon.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >she was a prostitute hired by Iroh and nothing will convince me otherwise

            Go back to Tumblr and stop trying to force your cringe headcanon here.
            Or at least keep it to the cuck threads like the Katara Cuck anon.

            >Go back to Tumblr and stop trying to force your cringe headcanon here.
            >Or at least keep it to the cuck threads like the Katara Cuck anon.
            Is Dragomer on this thread? If so, do you know when Nichya will drop the next chapter of her Fire Foursome fic?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >Is Dragomer on this thread?
              Yes.
              >If so, do you know when Nichya will drop the next chapter of her Fire Foursome fic?
              No. I can only say she made progress.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >No. I can only say she made progress.
                Do you know the ETA for the next chapter,? Or her being a waggie means that we'll have to wait until she has free time and energy? Do you know if the Foursome will become a thing by the end of the fic, or it'll be an occasional hookup? Also, how did you convince to write a Foursome fic? I though she stopped shipping them a while back?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Do you know the ETA for the next chapter,?
                Nope
                >Or her being a waggie means that we'll have to wait until she has free time and energy?
                Probably.
                >Do you know if the Foursome will become a thing by the end of the fic,
                That one.
                >Also, how did you convince to write a Foursome fic?
                I did not, she just decided to do it for my birthday.
                >I though she stopped shipping them a while back?
                She did not, she just failed to write the fic she wanted to do for them and then focused on Zucest.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >she just failed to write the fic she wanted to do for them
                Do you know what caused her to fail?

                >>Do you know if the Foursome will become a thing by the end of the fic,
                >That one.
                So will they be a public foursome, or will be something they do in private, sharing a home together while the public relationships are something like Maiko and Tyzula?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Do you know what caused her to fail?
                Nope.
                >So will they be a public foursome,
                I have no idea.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Zuko could personally execute him without the use of the military. The frick does he think he's doing?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Zuko could personally execute him without the use of the military.
        But Zuko's entire character and arc hinges on him being a better man than his forefathers and sister, who would have executed Kei Lo on the spot for such disrespect.

        >The frick does he think he's doing?
        Messing with someone he knows won't push back.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Being a better man mean being a little b***h with no backbone that let attacks, insult and disobedience go unanswered
          Then I guess if 99% of his country just went back to war while ignoring him, Zuko would just be a better man and accept it, it's his character arc after all!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You can execute someone without being Ozai or Azula. Sometimes, some people just gotta die. Even the previous Avatars say as much. Even Iroh has killed people without being an Ozai or Azula.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Civil Wars have been started because leaders show this kind of weakness to their public

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Civil Wars have been started because leaders show this kind of weakness to their public
        Iroh supports Zuko, Ozai is in jail and de-bended, and Azula is crazy and has no allies. Moreover, everyone knows that AS Aang will put down any rebellion that picks up steam. So yes, Zuko can show this kind of weakness to their subjects without any consequences.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          He literally did this in front of a general. If the wider public ever is even the slightest bit dissatisfied with it, Zuko's facing rebellion from not only every peasant in the country, but the entire military too.
          Unless Aang got either the power or the will to murder half the entire fire nation over Zuko's inability to b***hslap an arrogant peasant, Zuko's royally screwed himself.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >half
            let's be real here this isn't American Civil War or Parliamentarians vs Royalists. Noone in the Fire Nation wants Zuko there, what Generals are ever gonna support him instead of kicking him out for a higher seat at the table?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Oh yeah I'm sure a peasant uprising would be very scared of Iroh

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Oh yeah I'm sure a peasant uprising would be very scared of Iroh
            The nice, caring Iroh we see in the show is a relatively recent thing. For most of his life, Iroh was a hardnosed general, beloved by a nation that prized strength above all else. Even if Iroh is older and disgraced in the eyes of most Fire Nationals, people still respect him. Not to mention, they probably heard stories of how Iroh helped liberate Ba Sing Se during Sozin's Comet with only one other firebender by his side.

            He literally did this in front of a general. If the wider public ever is even the slightest bit dissatisfied with it, Zuko's facing rebellion from not only every peasant in the country, but the entire military too.
            Unless Aang got either the power or the will to murder half the entire fire nation over Zuko's inability to b***hslap an arrogant peasant, Zuko's royally screwed himself.

            >If the wider public ever is even the slightest bit dissatisfied with it, Zuko's facing rebellion from not only every peasant in the country, but the entire military too.
            The only real rebellion Zuko faced so far was by the weak-willed Ukano, and even then, if Mai, Ty Lee, and/or Mai's family weren't treasonous, it wouldn't have gotten to the point that Aang and Zuko needed to directly intervene. It doesn't make sense, but it appears that Fire Nationals are all bark, no bite when it comes to standing by their beliefs.

            He literally did this in front of a general. If the wider public ever is even the slightest bit dissatisfied with it, Zuko's facing rebellion from not only every peasant in the country, but the entire military too.
            Unless Aang got either the power or the will to murder half the entire fire nation over Zuko's inability to b***hslap an arrogant peasant, Zuko's royally screwed himself.

            >Unless Aang got either the power or the will to murder half the entire fire nation over Zuko's inability to b***hslap an arrogant peasant, Zuko's royally screwed himself.
            Beyond the fact that AS Aang has the power to destroy nations by himself, mbalance all but says that people are spooked of him due to him forcibly de-bending Ozai. So most benders wouldn't dare challenge him, and no non-bender can stand up to him.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              No young up and coming generals are gonna respect a bygone old speech-telling gay like Iroh sitting in his teashop enough not to kick out a weak cuckold emperor and take over unless they're all 80. Nostalgia only gets you so far.
              And benders have stood up to every avatar thus far. Aang's got no business and no possible way defying an entire rebellion by himself, no matter how much you wank him off or self-insert as him.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Aang's got no business and no possible way defying an entire rebellion by himself, no matter how much you wank him off or self-insert as him.
                He could literally just drop a volcano on them if he really wanted.
                The thing is that he doesn't want to.
                You don't have to be moronic just because the other guy is.

                >Zuko acting like that is a great way to remedy that and get her a lot of allies.
                Azula went insane and banished all of her allies and guards from the Palace, which played a major role in why Zuko was able to take the throne and cause the Fire Nation to lose the war. Her innocent, as far as the general public is concerned, mom can share stories of how she almost killed her for utterly delusional reasons. Her closest childhood "friends" betrayed her in a moment of truth and have (probably) been telling everyone how unfit she is to rule. She can't even keep the girls she broke out of asylums by her side due to her personality and leadership defects. Why would anyone want to ally with such a person?
                [...]
                >Noone in the Fire Nation wants Zuko there, what Generals are ever gonna support him instead of kicking him out for a higher seat at the table?
                Not getting fricked by Aang, or the White Lotus, is a good reason to support Zuko.

                >or the White Lotus,
                Literally like 5 irrelevant old people, most of which aren't even Fire Nation.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                and why didn't Aang drop a volcano on the floating zeppelins in the series?
                That's not a thing the Avatars can do. Roku died to some lava getting too close to him.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >No young up and coming generals are gonna respect a bygone old speech-telling gay like Iroh sitting in his teashop enough not to kick out a weak cuckold emperor and take over unless they're all 80. Nostalgia only gets you so far.
                But Iroh doesn't have to rely on nostalgia only; during the show, the only firebender stronger than him was Ozai, and during the comics, the only firebender that is stronger than him is Azula, and even then, that is most due to hax and not outright strength. Not to mention, he can call up the White Lotus to back him up if need be. So he can back up his words with might.

                >And benders have stood up to every avatar thus far.
                The only people who ever pose a serious threat to a serious, fully realized Avatar are those with sprit hax and/or prodigal geniuses who can put the Avatar in situations where they can't bend their way out. The only person who can stand up to Aang right now is Azula, and even then, she probably lacks the resources and sanity to do so.

                >Aang's got no business and no possible way defying an entire rebellion by himself, no matter how much you wank him off or self-insert as him.
                An unrealized Kuruk destroyed an island accidently while using the AS. Roku carved out the volcanco that would house his temple by himself. Kyoshi, after briefly entering the AS, moved an island with her bend. Aang could easily put down any rebellion by the Fire Nation, the only question would be if he could do so without any causalities, and I am inclined to say yes considering the power disparity.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Muh hax
                Vs battle morons always ruin threads.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                The creators thought Islands literally float when writing Kyoshi's thing

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Aang can't even beat Azula LMAO Aang's a weak cuck too

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >he only question would be if he could do so without any causalities, and I am inclined to say yes considering the power disparity.
                That's delusion.

                It is Azula alone, do you suppose that single kick is from a swingle foot shared between two people? An uprising would slaughter him.
                [...]
                Aang got beat up the entire trilogy. Aang got beat up all the time in the comic too. Same with Korra. And Roku died to some lava. If there's an uprising by any large amount of people, Aang. Is. Fricked.

                >An uprising would slaughter him.
                That's moronic.
                You should both have a nice day and stop shitting up the thread.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Aang isn't your manbaby vsbattle powerfantasy, he struggles against singular skilled benders. Small groups of them have kicked his ass and forced him to flee throughout the series. A large group of them he has no way of fighting, that's why the entire premise of the series is needing help from both other nations. Aang would get fricking murdered against 2 or more skilled benders.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Aang isn't your manbaby vsbattle powerfantasy, he struggles against singular skilled benders.
                Non-fully realized Aang struggles against singular skilled benders. A fully realized, serious Aang doesn't.

                >A large group of them he has no way of fighting, that's why the entire premise of the series is needing help from both other nations. Aang would get fricking murdered against 2 or more skilled benders.
                The whole conceit of ATLA is that a fully realized Avatar is unbeatable in a straight fight. If that was not the case, why did Sozin wait until Roku was dead to start preparing for war? Why did Sozin commit the airbender genocide? Or why did everyone want Aang to become a fully-realized Avatar, or at least gain control over the AS, as fast as possible?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              lmao come off it, comics Aang got beat up by Azula alone. An uprising would tear him and Zuko both limb from limb

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                That's not Azula alone tho. Why do you insist on wanking Comics Azula so much with every instance of bad writing you can find while ignoring how easily she get owned?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                It is Azula alone, do you suppose that single kick is from a swingle foot shared between two people? An uprising would slaughter him.

                >No young up and coming generals are gonna respect a bygone old speech-telling gay like Iroh sitting in his teashop enough not to kick out a weak cuckold emperor and take over unless they're all 80. Nostalgia only gets you so far.
                But Iroh doesn't have to rely on nostalgia only; during the show, the only firebender stronger than him was Ozai, and during the comics, the only firebender that is stronger than him is Azula, and even then, that is most due to hax and not outright strength. Not to mention, he can call up the White Lotus to back him up if need be. So he can back up his words with might.

                >And benders have stood up to every avatar thus far.
                The only people who ever pose a serious threat to a serious, fully realized Avatar are those with sprit hax and/or prodigal geniuses who can put the Avatar in situations where they can't bend their way out. The only person who can stand up to Aang right now is Azula, and even then, she probably lacks the resources and sanity to do so.

                >Aang's got no business and no possible way defying an entire rebellion by himself, no matter how much you wank him off or self-insert as him.
                An unrealized Kuruk destroyed an island accidently while using the AS. Roku carved out the volcanco that would house his temple by himself. Kyoshi, after briefly entering the AS, moved an island with her bend. Aang could easily put down any rebellion by the Fire Nation, the only question would be if he could do so without any causalities, and I am inclined to say yes considering the power disparity.

                Aang got beat up the entire trilogy. Aang got beat up all the time in the comic too. Same with Korra. And Roku died to some lava. If there's an uprising by any large amount of people, Aang. Is. Fricked.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >It is Azula alone,
                Are you blind, moronic or lying? She isn't even the one smoke bending, it's her fire warriors.
                You and the other anon arguing are peak 'two morons fighting'.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                And it's just 1 kick that beats him.
                You do know how to count right, vsbattle manbaby? That's 1 foot. 1 person. That's all it canonically takes to kill Aang.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >lmao come off it, comics Aang got beat up by Azula alone. An uprising would tear him and Zuko both limb from limb
                A non-OOC Aang would have never fallen for such tactics, especially since he already used his airbender to disperce Azula's much stronger smokebending earlier in the triology.

                >All her allies
                It was just the palace staff.
                [...]
                >The nice, caring Iroh we see in the show is a relatively recent thing.
                Cool, the Fire Nation still didn't give a shit once he was declared a traitor and even the lowest ranked soldier went at him with 0 fear.

                >It was just the palace staff.
                And the Dai Li and Imperial Firebenders. Lo and Li mention the latter when they try to get Azula to delay her cornation.

                >All her allies
                It was just the palace staff.
                [...]
                >The nice, caring Iroh we see in the show is a relatively recent thing.
                Cool, the Fire Nation still didn't give a shit once he was declared a traitor and even the lowest ranked soldier went at him with 0 fear.

                >Cool, the Fire Nation still didn't give a shit once he was declared a traitor and even the lowest ranked soldier went at him with 0 fear.
                Azula had to tell the Imperial Firebenders to fight Iroh seriously or else they would face consequences from her. And even Zhao and one of his prison guards still held him in high eesteem, even if the latter was disappointed at how low Iroh had "fallen."

                That's not Azula alone tho. Why do you insist on wanking Comics Azula so much with every instance of bad writing you can find while ignoring how easily she get owned?

                >Why do you insist on wanking Comics Azula so much with every instance of bad writing you can find while ignoring how easily she get owned?
                She has some anti-feats, but on the whole, comics!Azula is so busted that her solo comics had to all but say that the only reason why she hasn't killed Zuko, Mai, and/or Ty Lee, or everyone in her way to the throne, is because she still deep down cares for her "friends" and family.

                >Aang's got no business and no possible way defying an entire rebellion by himself, no matter how much you wank him off or self-insert as him.
                He could literally just drop a volcano on them if he really wanted.
                The thing is that he doesn't want to.
                You don't have to be moronic just because the other guy is.
                [...]
                >or the White Lotus,
                Literally like 5 irrelevant old people, most of which aren't even Fire Nation.

                >Literally like 5 irrelevant old people, most of which aren't even Fire Nation.
                There was a pretty sizable amount of people on the two rocks that entered Ba Sing Se during Sozin's Comet. Also, it doesn't matter if they are mostly non-Fire Nationals, just that they had the strength to take down an occupied Ba Sing Se during Sozin's Comet, and therefore would have the power to easily put down any Fire Nation rebellion. Frick, even Piandao has a feat of taking down a hundred Fire Nation soliders who came to arrest him for deserting the army.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >And the Dai Li and Imperial Firebenders. Lo and Li mention the latter when they try to get Azula to delay her cornation.
                So...The traitors from the Earth Kingdom and the palace staff like I said, AKA nobody would care.
                >Muh feats
                That's it, you're not worth talking to.

                Aang isn't your manbaby vsbattle powerfantasy, he struggles against singular skilled benders. Small groups of them have kicked his ass and forced him to flee throughout the series. A large group of them he has no way of fighting, that's why the entire premise of the series is needing help from both other nations. Aang would get fricking murdered against 2 or more skilled benders.

                And it's just 1 kick that beats him.
                You do know how to count right, vsbattle manbaby? That's 1 foot. 1 person. That's all it canonically takes to kill Aang.

                Stop making me look back by association, you moron. You're not 'just pretending' to be moron, you just are a moron, frick off.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Waaah Waaah Waaaahhhh please pretend Aang is x powerlevel on vsbattle.
                The only moron is you, Zaheer alone can keep up with an avatar state, Aang could never solo nthe Fire Nation. Holy shit go outside you gay, Aaang got beat up by Azula and taking on the Fire Nation alone would see him get murdered and Katara raped in front of him. Powerlevel Manbabies like you are absolutely braindead wastes of oxygen.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >vsbattle.
                Only VS morons know what that is, good job outing yourself, moron.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Zaheer alone can keep up with an avatar state, Aang could never solo nthe Fire Nation
                tbf korra's avatar state is just a power up instead of the instant win button it was on the original series.
                It's one of the main reasons why I personally feel that Korra is more similar to dbz than tla

                Bumi moved an entire city.

                purely going off by feats i think even jeong jeong would be stronger than iroh.
                I personally rate him more for not shitting the bed when it matters and overall being a better teacher tbqh

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >It is Azula alone,
                Are you blind, moronic or lying? She isn't even the one smoke bending, it's her fire warriors.
                You and the other anon arguing are peak 'two morons fighting'.

                >an master airbender
                >whose weakness is SMOKE
                >and they dont kill him because...
                really like that panel, it's like even the characters now this doesnt make sense at all.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                It doesn't and yet we have two morons trying to use said nonsensical comics for their cringe 'debate'.
                Meanwhile Zuko just walk off direct lightning hits and use Final Fantasy moves with rainbow fire only to never do it again.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Meanwhile Zuko just walk off direct lightning hits
                It is implied lightning redirectors can choose how much lightning they can redirect. Also, instant lightning can only stun people and Azula's quick charge lightning can only stun because she lacks Ozai and Iroh's raw power.

                >use Final Fantasy moves with rainbow fire only to never do it again.
                Eugenics is why Zuko can make rainbow fire, and he can't do it constantly since he needs sufficent emotional push and/or needs to train for it like Azula had to train for her blue fire.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >It is implied lightning redirectors can choose how much lightning they can redirect.
                It's not.
                >Also, instant lightning can only stun people and Azula's quick charge lightning can only stun because she lacks Ozai and Iroh's raw power.
                Pure fanfic.
                >Eugenics is why Zuko can make rainbow fire
                Why do you open your mouth when you clearly don't know shit? Rainbow fire is Dragon Fire, nothing to do with eugenics.
                >and he can't do it constantly since he needs sufficent emotional push and/or needs to train for it like Azula had to train for her blue fire.
                Literal fanfiction again,just stop.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >It's not.
                Azula shot fully charged lighting at Zuko, he redirected back at her, and she got up unharmed. The creators haven't said that was a mistake that got past editioral, so what I said is the best explaination we have right now.

                >>Also, instant lightning can only stun people and Azula's quick charge lightning can only stun because she lacks Ozai and Iroh's raw power.
                >Pure fanfic.
                Instant lightning in TLOK only stuns people. And instant lightning in Kyoshi's novel only causes injury after being repeatedly struck with it in rapid succession. Azula in the comics does't seem to increase in raw power, so it make sense that her quick charge lightning would be weaker than of her father or uncle's.

                >Why do you open your mouth when you clearly don't know shit? Rainbow fire is Dragon Fire, nothing to do with eugenics.
                The reason why Azulon forced Ursa to marry Ozai was because their union was propheized to create really strong benders. Lady Rangi, an elite firebender in her own time, was only able weaker white flames after charging her flames and being sufficently angered. Rainbow fire is to Zuko what blue fire is to Azula; an expression of their genetics.

                >>and he can't do it constantly since he needs sufficent emotional push and/or needs to train for it like Azula had to train for her blue fire.
                He generated rainbow fire while he was protecting the non-benders in his family from what appeared to be certain death. Considering even Azula wasn't born with blue fire, it makes sense that Zuko would have to train to be able to consistently do it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The creators didn't say they fricked up or that it was just plot armor so my fanfiction is true
                Not how this works, you really need to stop.
                >The reason why Azulon forced Ursa to marry Ozai was because their union was propheized to create really strong benders.
                Cool story, except it has nothing to do with dragon fire so stop it with your fanfic.
                >Rainbow fire is to Zuko what blue fire is to Azula; an expression of their genetics.
                No, it's an expression of dragon firebending and 'Fire is Life', instead of making cringe fanfics in your head and reading VSbattle garbage about 'feats', you should watch the actual cartoon because this clearly has damaged your brain and media literacy to a scary extent.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Azula in the comics does't seem to increase in raw power, so it make sense that her quick charge lightning would be weaker than of her father or uncle's.
                Reminder that Azula's destructive feats are overall better than every Iroh feat outside of him blowing up the wall of Ba Sing Se, something he needed half a minute to charge up in the middle of the comet buff.
                Iroh's "power level" has always been exaggerated by fans.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Reminder that Azula's destructive feats are overall better than every Iroh feat outside of him blowing up the wall of Ba Sing Se, something he needed half a minute to charge up in the middle of the comet buff.
                >Iroh's "power level" has always been exaggerated by fans.
                Zuko thought Iroh was the only one who could stand a chance against Comet Ozai while he was confident that he could take on Azula, not knowing of her mentally breakdown.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                didnt iroh get kwabbed by azula before

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Honest, they're turning it into one of 'those' threads.
                Sometimes I feel like people on this board think the stronger a character is the better written he/she is.

                >>an master airbender
                weakness is SMOKE
                >>and they dont kill him because...
                >really like that panel, it's like even the characters now this doesnt make sense at all.
                It's all plot driven bullshit. Aang easily dispelled Azula's much more voluminous smoke earlier in the triolgy, despite it being the first time he encountered the technique. Also, the reason why the Fire Warriors didn't kill Aang is because they joined Azula to help the Fire Nation's downtodden, not engage in terrorism.

                >it's all plot driven bullshit
                clearly
                >they joined azula to help the fire nation's downtodden, not engage in terrorism
                eh, fair enough but I thought old school nationalists from that type would want the avatar dead.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Sometimes I feel like people on this board think the stronger a character is the better written he/she is.
                I don't think strength=well-written character. Why is using the source material to argue about characters' actions or inaction a bad thing?

                >eh, fair enough but I thought old school nationalists from that type would want the avatar dead.
                The Fire Warriors are not old school nationalists. They non-ironically want to help people, and bought into Azula's bullshit until she left one of their own hanging out of cold-hearted pragmatism.

                >So why do professional writers rely on Azula to mention tension
                Because literally nobody cares about a comics only bad guy and Azula is the only unresolved plot thread from the show that people care about except that they are too moronic to give her the redemption arc with Zuko she should get.

                >Because literally nobody cares about a comics only bad guy
                >Because litearlly nobody cares about a novel only bad guy
                Yun only appears in the Kyoshi novels, and people who have read them consider him one of the best villains in the franchise.

                >So why do professional writers rely on Azula to mention tension
                Because literally nobody cares about a comics only bad guy and Azula is the only unresolved plot thread from the show that people care about except that they are too moronic to give her the redemption arc with Zuko she should get.

                >Azula is the only unresolved plot thread from the show that people care about except that they are too moronic to give her the redemption arc with Zuko she should get.
                I don't care if she get redeemed or not. I just wish they would pick a direction and follow through with it with good writing. If that is her getting a hard-earned redemption arc, going out in a blaze of glory agains the Gaang, or finding peace and living in a small village, idc.

                [...]
                Also most pro writers are utter garbage and only where they are because of connections. ESPECIALLY in comics.

                >Also most pro writers are utter garbage and only where they are because of connections. ESPECIALLY in comics.
                The upsetting part about most of the ATLA comics is that Guen Luen Yang is a good, critically and commerically acclaimed writer who has gotten to where he is today on merit.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >and people who have read them consider him one of the best villains in the franchise.
                Literally nobody knows who that is. A super niche group of novel readers isn't 'people'.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >don't think strength=well-written character. Why is using the source material to argue about characters' actions or inaction a bad thing?
                I wasnt really refering to you, really dont know why you seemed identified by that part of the post, imma just say it's the same reason why LOK isnt taken seriously by anyone.

                >eh, fair enough but I thought old school nationalists from that type would want the avatar dead.
                They're actually quirky rebellious girls who were sent to the asylum for not being obedient and being 'too girl-boss slay queen'
                No, it doesn't make any sense, yes the temple thing was written just to basically get them out of the plot and reset Azula to be used in non-comics projects since Normies are NEVER gonna read the comics and would be confused otherwise.

                Right fair enough though I remember some old dude taking part in the group but I seriouly dont wanna summon the comicsgay when the thread has already been derailed enough.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Mai's dad and the New Ozai Society are a separate group that Azula worked with and betrayed to get Oni-chan to notice her.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Azula worked with and betrayed to get Oni-chan to notice her.
                Honestly, if Zuko told her that she would always have a place his side, and he was willing to work with her after she got (actual) help, Azula would probably surrender on the spot considering her brother-issues.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Honestly if Zuko just dropped his pants and told her to get to work, this whole terrorist nonsense would have happened.
                Hell, she'd have possibly switched sides all the back during the bedroom scene if Zuko did that.
                The retcon about the asylum actually being evil is the worst mistake that happened to ATLA, outside of LOK.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                A lot of things would have been better for everyone if Zuko and Azula just spent their lives fricking until they end up on the throne by default when Ozai get beaten.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >A lot of things would have been better for everyone if Zuko and Azula just spent their lives fricking each other and Mai and Ty Lee until they end up on the throne by default when Ozai get beaten.

                [...]
                Nope, not really talking about Ukano, it was some guy using a Kerumikage mask.
                Then again, I dont wanna summon the comicsgay so I'll just leave it here.

                >Nope, not really talking about Ukano, it was some guy using a Kerumikage mask.
                All of the fake kemurikage where women.

                [...]
                Nope, not really talking about Ukano, it was some guy using a Kerumikage mask.
                Then again, I dont wanna summon the comicsgay so I'll just leave it here.

                >Then again, I dont wanna summon the comicsgay so I'll just leave it here.
                Who is this "comicsgay", and why does everyone on ATLA threads fear their presence? Are they a massive Azula simp like Scapper who frick up threads with their love for Azula?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Who is this "comicsgay", and why does everyone on ATLA threads fear their presence?
                I suspect it's you because you speak the same but it was an anon who'd just spam comics panel in response to ANY reference to the comics. It was fine at first but it quickly got annoying to basically have so many copy paste in the threads.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I suspect it's you because you speak the same but it was an anon who'd just spam comics panel in response to ANY reference to the comics. It was fine at first but it quickly got annoying to basically have so many copy paste in the threads.
                Comicsgay hasn't post in a while and if they were in this thread, they would have filled it with comic panels already.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Honestly if Zuko just dropped his pants and told her to get to work, this whole terrorist nonsense would have happened.
                Anti-hero Azula who hates what Zuko is doing to the Fire Nation, but works diligently to take down threats to his reign because she hates those who would dare challenge royalty, would have been more entertaining and coherent than what we got.

                >The retcon about the asylum actually being evil is the worst mistake that happened to ATLA, outside of LOK.
                The original show lore said nothing about the conditions in the asylum, but the comics always written with the idea that all Fire Nation asylums were abusive in nature.

                https://www.darkhorse.com/Blog/1027/avatar-last-airbender-search-cbr-interviews-gene-y

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                if Zuko pointed her at terrorists and told her to get to work, this whole terrorist nonsense would have happened.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The original show lore said nothing about the conditions in the asylum
                The fricking BOILING ROCK had an ANGER MANAGEMENT COURSE with THERAPY SCROLLS, come the frick on, anon.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The fricking BOILING ROCK had an ANGER MANAGEMENT COURSE with THERAPY SCROLLS, come the frick on, anon.
                >Chit Sang talking about learning how to control his anger.
                Your right anon. My bad.

                [...]
                >No Zucest
                I prefer the other version.

                >>No Zucest
                >I prefer the other version.
                Zucest is never happening you coomer.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Vs moron
                >Autistic as frick
                >ESL
                >Defend the comics with the worst headcanons ever
                >Now doesn't even like Zucest
                You basically have all negative traits possible, my condolences..

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                if Zuko pointed her at terrorists and told her to get to work, this whole terrorist nonsense would have happened.

                >No Zucest
                I prefer the other version.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >though I remember some old dude taking part in the group
                It was Ukano, Mai's father. He started a terrorist group because he was assmad about losing his governorship and the Fire Nation losing the war. But Azula and her goons hjacked in order to try and make Zuko into a "good" Fire Lord.
                [...]
                >didnt iroh get kwabbed by azula before
                She took advantage of him not paying attention to her. In a serious fight, even an out of shape Iroh shits on show!Azula.

                >I wasnt really refering to you, really dont know why you seemed identified by that part of the post, imma just say it's the same reason why LOK isnt taken seriously by anyone.
                Cause everytime I or anons like me try backing up our arguments with canon or reasonable interpretations of canon, we get called "moronic" or get told we are making up "fanfiction." I wish there was a way to know what people considered canon before getting into arguments with them, cause it feels like a lot of the time people are talking past each other.

                Nope, not really talking about Ukano, it was some guy using a Kerumikage mask.
                Then again, I dont wanna summon the comicsgay so I'll just leave it here.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >though I remember some old dude taking part in the group
                It was Ukano, Mai's father. He started a terrorist group because he was assmad about losing his governorship and the Fire Nation losing the war. But Azula and her goons hjacked in order to try and make Zuko into a "good" Fire Lord.

                didnt iroh get kwabbed by azula before

                >didnt iroh get kwabbed by azula before
                She took advantage of him not paying attention to her. In a serious fight, even an out of shape Iroh shits on show!Azula.

                >I wasnt really refering to you, really dont know why you seemed identified by that part of the post, imma just say it's the same reason why LOK isnt taken seriously by anyone.
                Cause everytime I or anons like me try backing up our arguments with canon or reasonable interpretations of canon, we get called "moronic" or get told we are making up "fanfiction." I wish there was a way to know what people considered canon before getting into arguments with them, cause it feels like a lot of the time people are talking past each other.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >eh, fair enough but I thought old school nationalists from that type would want the avatar dead.
                They're actually quirky rebellious girls who were sent to the asylum for not being obedient and being 'too girl-boss slay queen'
                No, it doesn't make any sense, yes the temple thing was written just to basically get them out of the plot and reset Azula to be used in non-comics projects since Normies are NEVER gonna read the comics and would be confused otherwise.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >>an master airbender
                weakness is SMOKE
                >>and they dont kill him because...
                >really like that panel, it's like even the characters now this doesnt make sense at all.
                It's all plot driven bullshit. Aang easily dispelled Azula's much more voluminous smoke earlier in the triolgy, despite it being the first time he encountered the technique. Also, the reason why the Fire Warriors didn't kill Aang is because they joined Azula to help the Fire Nation's downtodden, not engage in terrorism.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Iroh is like the third strongest bender in the world.
            First is Aang, second was Ozai.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Bumi moved an entire city.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            he always seemed more or less respectable until the end of S2

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Azula is crazy and has no allies.
          Zuko acting like that is a great way to remedy that and get her a lot of allies.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Zuko acting like that is a great way to remedy that and get her a lot of allies.
            Azula went insane and banished all of her allies and guards from the Palace, which played a major role in why Zuko was able to take the throne and cause the Fire Nation to lose the war. Her innocent, as far as the general public is concerned, mom can share stories of how she almost killed her for utterly delusional reasons. Her closest childhood "friends" betrayed her in a moment of truth and have (probably) been telling everyone how unfit she is to rule. She can't even keep the girls she broke out of asylums by her side due to her personality and leadership defects. Why would anyone want to ally with such a person?

            >half
            let's be real here this isn't American Civil War or Parliamentarians vs Royalists. Noone in the Fire Nation wants Zuko there, what Generals are ever gonna support him instead of kicking him out for a higher seat at the table?

            >Noone in the Fire Nation wants Zuko there, what Generals are ever gonna support him instead of kicking him out for a higher seat at the table?
            Not getting fricked by Aang, or the White Lotus, is a good reason to support Zuko.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >All her allies
              It was just the palace staff.

              >Oh yeah I'm sure a peasant uprising would be very scared of Iroh
              The nice, caring Iroh we see in the show is a relatively recent thing. For most of his life, Iroh was a hardnosed general, beloved by a nation that prized strength above all else. Even if Iroh is older and disgraced in the eyes of most Fire Nationals, people still respect him. Not to mention, they probably heard stories of how Iroh helped liberate Ba Sing Se during Sozin's Comet with only one other firebender by his side.
              [...]
              >If the wider public ever is even the slightest bit dissatisfied with it, Zuko's facing rebellion from not only every peasant in the country, but the entire military too.
              The only real rebellion Zuko faced so far was by the weak-willed Ukano, and even then, if Mai, Ty Lee, and/or Mai's family weren't treasonous, it wouldn't have gotten to the point that Aang and Zuko needed to directly intervene. It doesn't make sense, but it appears that Fire Nationals are all bark, no bite when it comes to standing by their beliefs.
              [...]
              >Unless Aang got either the power or the will to murder half the entire fire nation over Zuko's inability to b***hslap an arrogant peasant, Zuko's royally screwed himself.
              Beyond the fact that AS Aang has the power to destroy nations by himself, mbalance all but says that people are spooked of him due to him forcibly de-bending Ozai. So most benders wouldn't dare challenge him, and no non-bender can stand up to him.

              >The nice, caring Iroh we see in the show is a relatively recent thing.
              Cool, the Fire Nation still didn't give a shit once he was declared a traitor and even the lowest ranked soldier went at him with 0 fear.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        To be fair, the comics had very little in the way of the quality control the show had. Honestly I feel comfortable seeing show-Mai and comics-Mai as different characters. Reminds me of some of the easily-ignored edgelord Thundercats comics we got.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Zuko was such an annoying gay that this is cathartic.
      Peasant dick conquered his girl.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Where the frick are they getting supplies for the signs in the got damn south pole?

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The comics really needed to be set a significant time after the show. Like 5-10 years. The conflicts could work (at least the ones not involving the Fire Nation royal family I ain't touching that mess) but all the industrial stuff happens way, way too fast

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wish they'd just frick off with that weird hateboner they have for Sokka.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    no forklift no watch

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I am so glad the comics aren’t canon.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    What would it even be about?
    She spends most of her time either hunting azula down as a hobby or working as an escort for her brother.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why is a white woman in water tribe clothes

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >How would you feel about an animated adaptation of the ATLA comics?
    >Zuko's support system, including Iroh, abandoning him
    >Zuko going to Ozai for support and unironically taking it
    >Iroh being interim Fire Lord, making laws, and representing the Fire Nation as Fire Lord in foreign affairs
    >Lack of Yu Dao Earth Kingdomer opinions on Yu Dao's fate
    >Azula's unearned power-ups
    >Zuko being able to bend dragon fire just because
    >Joker Azula
    >Mai, Ty Lee, and Mai's family committing treason, Mai gaslighting Zuko into accepting her treason, and Ty Lee never facing consequences for keeping an important secret from the Kyoshi Warriors
    >Modern Forklift
    >Asylum patients knocking out a serious Aang
    >The South's issues with The North being framed as invalid
    >Lack of any real threat to Zuko's rule
    If they are going to animate the early post-war period, they should retcon the comics then.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    SCORCHED.

    [...]
    What would it even be about?
    She spends most of her time either hunting azula down as a hobby or working as an escort for her brother.

    >What would it even be about?
    Ty Lee teaching the Kyoshi Warriors how to take care of Zuko in bed and properly perform throat duty.
    Also probably expend on the whole 'I do know you' stuff she said to Zuko on the beach, basically having a life changing trip.
    Probably show her parents too.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Also probably expend on the whole 'I do know you' stuff she said to Zuko on the beach, basically having a life changing trip.
      Does her life changing trip end with pregnant as well?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Obviously.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >SCORCHED.
      Each time I see that it makes me wonder what Coonfoot is off to these days
      >Ty Lee teaching the Kyoshi Warriors how to take care of Zuko in bed and properly perform throat duty.
      Eh, I asume Zuko has got to pay them off somehow.
      >Also probably expend on the whole 'I do know you' stuff she said to Zuko on the beach, basically having a life changing trip.
      You know, it's kinda wild how that's the only time they interacted on the show and it went nowhere.

      [...]

      >don't understand why Zuko and the Gaang are leaving the recapturing of Azula to Ty Lee instead of doing it themselves.
      I dont think they completely left Azula to wander around on her own, it's just that Ty-Lee is more dedicated and is not inmensely brain damaged like most of the Gaang (Azula and Ursa fall on that category as well.)

      >Also probably expend on the whole 'I do know you' stuff she said to Zuko on the beach, basically having a life changing trip.
      Does her life changing trip end with pregnant as well?

      Obviously.

      I wonder if Ty-Lee got those seventuplets genes from mama

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I dont think they completely left Azula to wander around on her own, it's just that Ty-Lee is more dedicated and is not inmensely brain damaged like most of the Gaang (Azula and Ursa fall on that category as well.)
        Azula killed Aang, almost killed the other members of the Gaang several times over, has gotten loads stronger, and is still a hardline, genocidal imperialist would restart the 100 Year War if she ever got the throne back. Even the most brain damaged person would realize that allowing Azula to remain free is a ticking time bomb. Why is Ty Lee the only one with any common sense?

        >I wonder if Ty-Lee got those seventuplets genes from mama
        Imagine having to take care of seven firebending kids?

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm honestly more fuming over the chain link fence.
    I know Fire Nation always had heavy industrialization but something about how modern the fence is pisses me of.

    Don't bring up the fork lift.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      the forklift is basically pic related but non-ironic

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I suspect that the writer was thinking "make some steampunk proto-forklift, similar to those tank things in the original series, dumbed down versions of the Sato-Mobiles we got in Korra."
        And the artist just... drew a forklift.
        Could be wrong but that's my instinct.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          more like the artist traced the first forklift pic he found on google images

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Well yes. But my point is that there WAS tech in ATLA, and even more tech in Korra. It'd make sense to put in some "and here's the tech in between" in the comics.
            And then the artist didn't understand the intent and just put in a normal modern-day-model forklift.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I suspect that the writer was thinking "make some steampunk proto-forklift, similar to those tank things in the original series, dumbed down versions of the Sato-Mobiles we got in Korra."
            And the artist just... drew a forklift.
            Could be wrong but that's my instinct.

            how the frick did they invent a forklift decades before the car

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              They had crude tanks in ATLA.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >how the frick did they invent a forklift decades before the car
                Didn't they already have motorized jet skis in ATLA?

                It would have worked if the "forklift" was this massive unwiedly thing that took multiple people just to use. ATLA has tech but all tech at this point is highly expensive, bulky and not meant for civilian use. Trains existed before cars cause nobody knew how to make vehicles without a big ass engine that requires tons of power and several people just to utilize.

                They could've tried to do the same instead of that dumb bullshit.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                IRL jet skis where invented in the 1970s, long after cars became mass produced. ATLA, which imo is equivalent to the 1850s considering TLOK is explictly influenced by the 1920s, had jet skis. Can we just admit that ATLAs technological development doesn't map on to IRL, and the creators don't care?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Jet Ski's are also stupid and were only used once and in the worst episode of ATLA.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Jet Ski's are also stupid and were only used once and in the worst episode of ATLA.
                Maybe the jet skis are stupid, but the point is that the forklift isn't out of place, and you shouldn't think to hard about the Avatar world's technological developments since the creators obvious don't put thought into it.

                Imagine starting a fictional debate over fantasy technology just by being a lazy artist.

                >Imagine starting a fictional debate over fantasy technology just by being a lazy artist.
                Didn't Star Wars come up with complicated lore to explain why Mace Windu has a purple lightsaber when the IRL answer is that Samuel L. Jackson wanted to see himself during group battles?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >the creators obvious didn't put thought into it
                How so? If anything they put a lot of thought into it. Just instead of traditional technology progression, they relied on bending. Bending for mail delivery. Bending for transportation. Bending for opening complex doors. Bending was central to the worldbuilding and technology progression in ATLA. Jet ski is lame, but bare minimum you could at least say the fire benders helped create it with their bending and possibly help fuel it.
                If it was an earth bender and they spontaneously had a Yamaha Jet ski for fun, it'd look stupid, right? Because it's just a lazy modern parallel and in no way matches the tone and world that they created in ATLA.
                What powers that forklift? Where was it built? How was it made? Any questions make it look at stupid as it is.
                Tired of people defending the forklift and the lazy tech progression in Korra by pointing to the jetski and various Fire nation tech, when it couldn't be more different.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >IRL jet skis where invented in the 1970s
                Good thing ATLA didn't have IRL jet skis then, you moron.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                This. I suspect (like 70% sure) that the writer said "Draw a forklift" expecting the artist to be familiar enough with Avatar to know it meant "draw a big unwieldy steampunk proto-forklift, that looks like it could evolve into the tech we saw in Korra."
                And then he got a Toyota 8-series 4wheel Folklift and nobody was going to pay the artist to redraw that shit.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Artists don't get paid more if they get told their work was unsatisfactory.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Okay, nobody wanted to deal with the delays? Or perhaps they'd already asked for so many redraws that they looked at THE FORKLIFT and went "frick it, it'll do."

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                In those kinds of situations, the artist is fired way before it could delay anything.
                It ended like that because everyone was incompetent AND didn't give a shit, the original creators included.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >In those kinds of situations, the artist is fired
                lolwhut?
                You get an artist capable of doing full comics that have the Avatar LOOKING mostly on-model, for a wage acceptable for comics, you don't fire them over the fact that you had to go to them a few times and say "I'd like a change."
                You do maybe decide "good enough" a bit too fast.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You have no idea how any of this works and it get more and more evident with each cope you come up with.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >You have no idea how any of this works
                Historically it generally worked with them being utterly unable to find an artist capable of matching the show style. They had to turn to Gurihiru for these comics, and firing Gurihiru was very much not on the table.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                So, Gurihiru left with Yang and Wartman's art doesn't really match that of the show's.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                This is universe breaking garbage, not a 'hasty good enough'.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Keyword: Crude and it was firebending powered.

                >how the frick did they invent a forklift decades before the car
                Didn't they already have motorized jet skis in ATLA?

                Once again, crude and bending powered, no modern design nor modern motor.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Once again, crude and bending powered, no modern design nor modern motor.
                Yeah, look at all that bending they're doing. So much fire coming out of their hands.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You realize that Iroh heat his tea just by touching it, right?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >This look like a modern jet ski to that moron
                No wonder you defend the comics.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >No wonder you defend the comics.

                Wow, these look identical. Yep, no style, no crudeness or effort put into making them fit the setting whatsoever.
                They probably should have just added F-16 fighter jets too. Fricking moron.

                >Wow, these look identical.
                Anon posted that pic to refute the argument that ATLA jet skis are bending powered, not to prove that they are modern looking like the forklift in the comics.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Anon (you and only you) is moronic and should kill himself.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Fire benders can shoot fire out of their feet, no? Fire benders can heat stuff up using their body, no? What's stopping a fire bender from starting their shitty jetski with a fireball then riding it for a bit? How do we know they aren't heating parts of it while they ride?
                My point is that there is a big difference between a traditional forklift that requires nothing, and a jet ski that looks like it matches the setting, and is limited to one nation's bending to use it. If at some point Sokka jacked one of the jet skis and opened up the hood and found out it was powered by a v8 engine and no fire bending was required then I'd agree it's just as stupid as the forklift.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Wow, these look identical. Yep, no style, no crudeness or effort put into making them fit the setting whatsoever.
                They probably should have just added F-16 fighter jets too. Fricking moron.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >how the frick did they invent a forklift decades before the car
              Didn't they already have motorized jet skis in ATLA?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        how the frick did they invent a forklift decades before the car

        They had crude tanks in ATLA.

        the funny part is that it isnt even an old prototype, they just straight up threw in a modern one from this century.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >I hate how Sokka is just comic relief for most of the comics.
    That's what Sokka was in the show. The real problem is they push the 'muh smart scientist' angle by having get excited about the Forklift despite being a staunch traditionalist in most of the show.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >That's what Sokka was in the show. The real problem is they push the 'muh smart scientist' angle by having get excited about the Forklift despite being a staunch traditionalist in most of the show.
      Show!Sokka was comic relief, but he was also shown to be smart and grew over time into a capable leader and warrior. You could see how he became a Republic City councilor, Chief of the Southern Water Tribe, and someone who could hold his own against the Red Lotus. Comic!Sokka until Imbalance lacks that depth.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >he was also shown to be smart and grew over time into a capable leader and warrior.
        Sokka had some smart moments when the plot demanded it, same for being a leader, he basically had no role deciding on anything until like Book 3
        Also the warrior thing was for like 1 episode.
        Sure the comics go too far but let's not pretend Sokka was much more than the comic relief guy and even started as the 'muh meat' running gag guy.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >They travel around the world and help out, with Ty Lee coming back to the Fire Nation from time to time beyond hunting Azula to hang out with her family, Zuko, and Mai.
    Did they say that in one of those comics even less people gave a shit about? Cause that's a shitty development then since the Kyoshis in the Fire Nation was at least funny.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Did they say that in one of those comics even less people gave a shit about? Cause that's a shitty development then since the Kyoshis in the Fire Nation was at least funny.
      It is said in the canon tabletop game.

      Obviously.

      >Obviously.
      So how does Mai react? Does she accept Zuko having kids with Azula and Ty Lee as the price of being with the Fire Lord? Does she tell him to not claim the kids or Azula and Ty Lee as counbines and/or keep them in the Palace? Does she tell him she is fine so long as she gets to have "fun" with them, regardless if he is there or not? How do the Kyoshi Warriors, the Gaang, and the world at large react?

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    no, we are not talking about that crap nor seetheposting about it. post good avatar comics.

    https://imgur.com/gallery/J8FHx

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >take as much as you want
      >instantly breaks the necklace
      zhao pls

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Show me this forklift.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Show me this forklift.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I think the issue isn’t the fork lift itself but that but that it’s just a straight up modern one, like if they take the original from 1917 and maybe made it a bit cruder like the other anon said it would be fine.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          This. I'm fine with gray area in technology but at least most of the Fire Nation tech looked steampunk.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Would've been a lot better, yeah.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          even that would be a huge stretch, but it would be a lot more tollerable.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous
      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >thousands of years of flinging rocks&air&fire&water at each other.
        >develop skycraper sized walking robots in a decade.
        what where the thinking?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          to be fair, we went from basically that in the mid 19th century to literally flying to the moon. Granted, it was 100 years and not ca. 40, but still

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine starting a fictional debate over fantasy technology just by being a lazy artist.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The tech level of the avatar world would make a lot more sense if this thing didn't exist.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Not really, John Henry is a whole American folktale about some dude beating a giant ass drill machine during the late 1800's.
      Big ass machinary came first before smaller civilian use stuff like cars and boats where a thing.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Giant steampunk super weapons doesn't mean there should be a literal fricking random Tesla electric car in ATLA, stop being moronic.

      >the creators obvious didn't put thought into it
      How so? If anything they put a lot of thought into it. Just instead of traditional technology progression, they relied on bending. Bending for mail delivery. Bending for transportation. Bending for opening complex doors. Bending was central to the worldbuilding and technology progression in ATLA. Jet ski is lame, but bare minimum you could at least say the fire benders helped create it with their bending and possibly help fuel it.
      If it was an earth bender and they spontaneously had a Yamaha Jet ski for fun, it'd look stupid, right? Because it's just a lazy modern parallel and in no way matches the tone and world that they created in ATLA.
      What powers that forklift? Where was it built? How was it made? Any questions make it look at stupid as it is.
      Tired of people defending the forklift and the lazy tech progression in Korra by pointing to the jetski and various Fire nation tech, when it couldn't be more different.

      >Jet ski is lame, but bare minimum you could at least say the fire benders helped create it with their bending and possibly help fuel it.
      We literally see they are 100% firebending dependent.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      History is filled with White Elephant marvels though. Usually they're stationary feats of engineering, but the Avatar world has magic firebenders so some absurd steam-powered stuff makes sense.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The tech level of the avatar world would make a lot more sense if this thing didn't exist.

        Bending-powered stuff was cool, honorable mention to the ships from sandbenders.

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >modern chain link fence
    >not traditional Asian fence

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >I am talking about people like that Earth Kingdomer shoeshiner who never get asked their opinion as to what Yu Dao's future should be.
    Except they aren't Earth Kingdomers and the people you're talking about are literally there to tell the viewer that the shoeshiners think like that because that's their role in the story, you moron.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Except they aren't Earth Kingdomers
      They are of Earth Kingdom descedent.

      >and the people you're talking about are literally there to tell the viewer that the shoeshiners think like that because that's their role in the story, you moron.
      Kori and her cousins are not representative of the typical population. Especially Kori, whose father is a colonial governor.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >They are of Earth Kingdom descedent.
        They've been Fire Nation for a century. Their grandpa was Fire Nation, a lot of them are mixed race which mean half their family tree are pure Fire Nation descendent.
        It's like saying an American is 'Londoner', it's moronic.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >It's like saying an American is 'Londoner'
          Makes more sense than calling them natives of the place they live. They were beneficiaries of Fire Nation colonialism, so treating them as if they are in the same position as the people they colonized makes no sense.

          [...]
          >But if there is self determination, the message would be pro-colonialism
          Oh yeah, Colonial Empires were BIG FANS of letting their colonies decide what country they were a part of.
          That's in the Colonialism guide even! It says 'Let your colony do as they want and become official citizens of your actual country if they want'.
          This is not sarcastic at all.

          >Oh yeah, Colonial Empires were BIG FANS of letting their colonies decide what country they were a part of.
          Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and likely some others I am missing.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Muh beneficiaries
            Oh yeah, benefiting from...being born somewhere.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and likely some others I am missing.
            This doesn't even slightly make sense as a response.
            The frick do you think listing ex-colonies who became independent prove?
            Hell, if anything they prove you wrong since they weren't given back to the 'natives' or any other country, they were made independent.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Sorry bro, your grandson is now 100% fire nation because you fricked a fire nation girl you met at the farm
            Least racist globalist.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Just say 'I'm too moronic to realize why a character is in a story and what information they are meant to convey' and go.

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Be mass replier
    >Be moronic
    Checks out.
    Please put a shotgun barrel in your mouth and press the trigger until you can't.

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >But if there is self determination, the message would be pro-colonialism
    Oh yeah, Colonial Empires were BIG FANS of letting their colonies decide what country they were a part of.
    That's in the Colonialism guide even! It says 'Let your colony do as they want and become official citizens of your actual country if they want'.
    This is not sarcastic at all.

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >I am saying that ATLA jet skis appeared way earlier
    What you're saying is wrong because those Jet Ski don't even slightly look like even the earliest Jet Ski IRL, it's really not that complex.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Like seriously, THAT'S how the first IRL jetski looked.
      The Fire Nation ones CLEARLY look older and clunkier.

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Speaking of weird designs that don't match the setting, there's that random factory. We have a factory in the show with a crude looking steampunk design, but the one in the comics looks modern like it was built in China last week

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe they wanted to make them look less grimy because they’re the good guy factories. But yeah they should have made them look more like early to mid 1800s ones. Those look like they could be up to code.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They took a lot of liberties with the comics. Forklift literally existed before the cars.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I think we already established quite hard the comics are shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      they really should have asked the artist if he could draw steampunk shit before giving him a job

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Stop blaming the artist, the comics are just shit. Nothing stopped Bryke from telling the artists to redo out or the writer to ask for another corrected version.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      "Also, this factory is going to crumble into nothing in about 4 years because we built directly on fricking permafrost."

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Ok, you frickers want a technology argument? Here's a fricking technology argument: Which nation makes the best toilets?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous
      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That remind me, doesn't the Fire Nation have indoor running water? Pretty sure Katara used water pipes to defeat Azula.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The Fire Nation because of the industrial revolution was ahead of the curve. Technologically speaking.

          Pre-100 War:
          Earth Kingdom > Fire Nation > Water Tribes > Airtards

          Post-100 War:
          Fire Nation > Earth Kingdom > Water Tribe > Airtards

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Pre-100 War:
            >Earth Kingdom > Fire Nation > Water Tribes > Airtards
            That's wrong because the whole reason Sozin started the war was because everyone else, including the EK were WAY behind them technology and abundance wise.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              When I say Earth Kingdom I was talking about Ba Sing Sae and Omashu, those places where ahead of the curve technologically and outpaced the Fire Nation for a long time.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                What's the source on that? The show itself is pretty clear that by Sozin's time, the Fire Nation was number 1 and thus he developed his Savior Complex.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Airbender genocide was actually because they would blow their shits away with hurricane level wind and it was constantly raining airbender shit all over the fire nation.

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >They would get retconed ASAP.
    I doubt it, they'd just double down like with LOK.

  31. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The comics are fricking dogshit, so no thanks.

  32. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    So how is /co going to react when comic-only characters like Kiyi or Malina show in Avatar Studios shows and films? Or when characters reference the events of the comics? Also, how do you think /co will react once Azula's final ending is revealed, especially if she ends up getting killed?

  33. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Mass reply moron
    vs
    >moronic wannabe troll
    Worst thread derail yet.

  34. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The continuation of avatar is such an affront to what the original series stood for.
    The gang takes down a global fascist empire only to immediately establish their own.
    The average person in the avatar world should despise industry. The sight of metal would make people have PTSD flashbacks.
    Yet instead of a return to normalcy for this world it gets shunted into the modern era. The world of Korra is identical to a world taken over by the fire nation, the only difference is the color of the banners hanging in the streets.

  35. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >I hate how Sokka is just comic relief for most of the comics.
    Well they don't need to make plans so he had nothing to do.

    >I don't understand why Zuko and the Gaang are leaving the recapturing of Azula to Ty Lee instead of doing it themselves.
    Because Azula is the only antagonist this comic has, so they can't capture her without removing the only source of tension in these comics.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Well they don't need to make plans so he had nothing to do.
      But couldn't they do stuff like him getting further training with Piandao, or gain leadership/political experience by helping out his Dad? Anything to show Sokka growing into the man TLOK said he became?

      >Because Azula is the only antagonist this comic has, so they can't capture her without removing the only source of tension in these comics.
      But they can create other antagonists, either using elements from Korra or those upset with how the War ended. In fact, they have already done so, though to varying degrees. So why do professional writers rely on Azula to mention tension when even fanfic writers for the most part know better than to do so?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >So why do professional writers rely on Azula to mention tension
        Because literally nobody cares about a comics only bad guy and Azula is the only unresolved plot thread from the show that people care about except that they are too moronic to give her the redemption arc with Zuko she should get.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >So why do professional writers rely on Azula to mention tension
        Because literally nobody cares about a comics only bad guy and Azula is the only unresolved plot thread from the show that people care about except that they are too moronic to give her the redemption arc with Zuko she should get.

        Also most pro writers are utter garbage and only where they are because of connections. ESPECIALLY in comics.

  36. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Girl needs hair loopys or something
    that hairstyle is basic

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine her sloppy handjobs

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Katara sex would be such a wet mess...

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Gonna need a source pal

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            TSFSingularity

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Thanks man

  37. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >that storyline where the fire nation gets to keep its colonies because they created enough mutt babies who identify as fire nation citizens

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They should have kept them but no, the colonies became independent.

      >The fricking BOILING ROCK had an ANGER MANAGEMENT COURSE with THERAPY SCROLLS, come the frick on, anon.
      >Chit Sang talking about learning how to control his anger.
      Your right anon. My bad.
      [...]
      >>No Zucest
      >I prefer the other version.
      Zucest is never happening you coomer.

      have a nice day. This is Zucest territory.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Twitter and Tumblr: have a nice day. This is Tyzula territory.
        Just because you get angry and defensive doesn't make your preferred ship any less delusional.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Even twitter and tumblr kicked him out
          Somehow, I'm not surprised.
          >M-m-muh delusional
          The bedroom scene was canonically seductive, cope more.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Didn't Azula's VA say that she voiced as tho Azula was trying to seduce Zuko? And didn't she half-joking say that if Azula and Zuko went on a life-changing field trip, Azula would get pregnant? I don't understand why ATLA fans deny Zucest?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              She literally made a birthday video as Azula for a Zucest shipper where she talk about fricking Zuko.
              She was also a hardcore Zucest shipper on tumblr for years.
              >And didn't she half-joking say that if Azula and Zuko went on a life-changing field trip, Azula would get pregnant?
              It's linked above in the thread, she straight up said it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I am aware of the birthday video, but wasn't she paid to make it. Also, the infamous panel quote could be interpreted as her joking.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Doesn't explain her stating Azula was being seductive in the bedroom scene.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >but wasn't she paid to make it.
                I paid her to make a birthday video, SHE made it Zucest.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Hey, Dragomer, do you know if the other Foursome writers are going to drop new content anytime soon?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Nope, haven't heard from them in a long time.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Nope, haven't heard from them in a long time.
                While we are on the Foursome, who is your favorite Foursome writer or artist?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Now? I'd say Nichya.
                I've legit never saw a Foursome artist.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Now? I'd say Nichya.
                What about before she wrote a fic? Also, whose your least favorite Foursome writer?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >What about before she wrote a fic?
                I guess IconicPants or the guy who made Rosebud or the guy who made Zuko's Conquest.
                >Also, whose your least favorite Foursome writer?
                No idea. Probably someone I forgot because their stuff was just that forgettable.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I still wonder where IconicPants went, I wish he'd at least finish the smut he started.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                He's made an pixiv account and even uploaded a few bits of fanart related to the stories he made on AO3 like one with Fem!Iroh or Fem!Sokka but doesnt seem to have made another account to upload stories

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                His pixiv is dead too IIRC.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                what a waste

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Different anon here, are any of the Foursome fics written as stories, or are they all just smut?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Pretty much all smut IIRC. Sadly nobody has tried an actual story yet.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Pretty much all smut IIRC. Sadly nobody has tried an actual story yet.
                On a different thread, an anon said that justanotherthrowaway1950 tried writing stories, but their dialogue was weird and it was daunting to read their fics since they uploaded all once. But otherwise, you are right, they are all smut.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I remember justanother also writing smut but I could be misremembering, it's been a while.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Damn, us Fire Foursome shippers starving for content, aren't we?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yup, we are.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Now? I'd say Nichya.
                I've legit never saw a Foursome artist.

                queen complex i guess?
                I remember seeing a short comic about those four as well

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Oh yeah, it was some good stuff

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I paid her to make a birthday video, SHE made it Zucest.
                Did she know she was making it for Nichya? Because she could have looked her blog or fanfic account and realized she was making a video for a Zucest shipper.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >I don't understand why ATLA fans deny Zucest?
              Cinemaphile has never denied Zucest, it's just that one tourist.

  38. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They made the indigenous people a stand-in for le racist magats? interesting

  39. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Don't do it, the comics are trash.

  40. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There were no atla comics. You're mistaken. This is just weird fanart.

  41. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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