Tag Archives: The Legend of Korra

A Curdled Disappointment: The Legend of Korra: Ruins of the Empire, Parts Two and Three

                  This will be much shorter than most of my usual reviews. While the subjects of this post both disappointed and frustrated me, the feelings they provoked were sadly not of the … Continue reading

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An Uncertain Start: The Legend of Korra: Ruins of the Empire, Part One

I felt a certain amount of trepidation when I picked up this comic. After all, while I am a great fan of The Legend of Korra and of the character of Kuvira in particular, I have also been strongly critical … Continue reading

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If I Wrote Book 4 of The Legend of Korra

(Fair warning before we begin: this is going to be an intensely nerdy post talking about The Legend of Korra, so if you haven’t watched the show, not much of it is going to make a lick of sense.) Today’s … Continue reading

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The Kuvira Letters: Fanfiction Adventure Time

If you’re like most people, you discovered this blog by reading this extended review I wrote of The Legend of Korra over a year ago, most likely through a link Abigail Nussbaum graciously provided in the comments to her first-season … Continue reading

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Kuvira: An Appraisal of the Woman and Her Works

Kuvira was the character that got me to watch The Legend of Korra. Back around January, I was reading Robert Jackson Bennett’s roundup of Korra on his blog when I saw a screencap of a severe young woman in uniform … Continue reading

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So Many Words About The Legend of Korra

Once in a blue moon, I get the hankering to watch some TV. It’s not exactly easy, what with me not having cable or a setup to stream onto my old cathode-ray box, but as Jeff Goldblum taught us, nature, … Continue reading

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