1. korras-legacy:

    yviene:

    viva011:

    technoskittles:

    secret-tunnel-yeah:

    doesyourhonourcommandthisship:

    I don’t understand

    What went through Shyamalan’s mind when he did this scene

    I don’t understand

    what went through Shyamalan’s mind through the making of the entire movie

    THE ROCK

    THEY DO ALL OF THIS COMPLICATED SHIT

    AND THE ROCK

    IT JUST FLOATS

    LEISURELY 

    IT’S TAKING A FUCKING STROLL IN THE AIR

    AND THEN YOU SEE TOPH

    WHO DOES PRETTY MUCH 1 OR 2 MOTIONS

    AND THAT ROCK IS FLYING

    AND FUCKING SHIT UP

    GUYS I CAN’T BREATHE

    image

    THE ROCK TAKING A STROLL HAHAHAHA WHAT WAS THIS MOVIE

    I just….no

  2. booksandwildthings:

    giving-myself-to-ashes:

    admiringthefuckingscenery:

    bl00db3nder:

    And the movie couldn’t have looked like this BECAUSE?!?

    If cosplayers had made the ATLA movie, it would have probably won some Oscars…

    image

  3. theajanae:

    thirdeyeblinking:

    highlanderhufflepuffhugmachine:

    One thing I really LOVE about Katara is that she’s a woman who really OWNS her anger. 

    Like, girls are taught to never get angry. Never be rude. Don’t yell. It makes you unlikable. It’s not lady-like. 

    And Katara just says fuck you to that. She’s sweet, and mothering, and caring, and nurturing almost all the time. But when she’s angry? She’s ANGRY. And she OWNS it. 

    She yells at people, she threatens people. Sometimes she’s vain and jealous on top of it all too, and she owns up to that. It takes a special kind of courage and strength to look someone in the eye and honest to god YELL at them. 

    Especially the fight above. Paku is an elder, a man in charge. He’s in a privileged position of power over her. And Katara doesn’t take that shit anyway. 

    God damn A+ Female empowerment right there. 

    OMG 

    yes!

    Katara is a nurturing fighter

    THIS IS WHY I LOVE HER

    And even if at the end of the day, everything does not go as planned, she’s able to move past the anger even if she still feels something is wrong or unjust. Because she can’t right every wrong, and every human can’t always do the right thing. I love that they gave her those flaws, but doesn’t let it consume the character, if that makes sense. Like in ONE OF THE BEST EPISODES EVER, The Southern Raiders, she could never forgive the mother fucker that killed her mother, never, and she knows that. Even when she knew how sad and pathetic he grew to be, she couldn’t make that forgive him. But still, she stepped away from her anger because she didn’t want to be that person. 

  4. luckygirlworld:

    Can we just all agree that no one is more BA than Toph?

  5. crimsong19:

    humboldt-squid:

    An Avatar Parody - The Avengers

    If we can’t protect the Earth Kingdom, you can be damn sure we’ll avenge it.

    *GROSS LAUGHING*

    One word: Yes.

  6. isaia:

    korralations:

    sifu-kisu:

    c-dra:

    Had a little photoshoot today, with my sister eggybun as photographer. :]  It was so hot and humid outside, you can actually see the beads of sweat forming on my face haha.  

    For additional photos, click here.

    Great characterization 

    fghjk

    OH GOD BEST TOPH

  7. avatarjenny:

    my original graphic here, and partially inspired by lunarstinger’s rendition

  8. avatarjenny:

    since you guys seem to like these so much, i made some more

  9. animationtidbits:

Avatar: The Last Airbender - “The Search”

“This weekend at the American Library Association, Dark Horse announced Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second “Avatar: The Last Airbender” graphic novel series called “The Search,” which explores the biggest unsolved mystery in “Avatar” lore: what happened to Prince Zuko’s mother?”
Quotes from Gene Yang:
““The Search” focuses on Zuko and Azula. Aang, Katara and Sokka will be there, of course, but the Fire Nation royal siblings are really the drivers of the action. In “The Promise,” we see Zuko struggling with his responsibilities as Fire Lord. “The Search” is the next stage of that struggle.”
“In “The Search,” the Gang are still teenagers. “The Search” takes place immediately after the end of “The Promise.”“
“In “The Search,” we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person.” (About Azula)
“At the beginning of “The Promise,” Katara and Aang are still in that lovey-dovey stage of their relationship. They call each other pet names and are way too affectionate. By the end of “The Promise,” they will have gone through their first conflict. Their relationship will continue to mature in The Search, but it will take a backseat to the Fire Nation Royal Family. After all, that is one messed up family. They need all the panel-time they can get.”
“I love Toph. She was my favorite character to write in The Promise. Sadly, though, she doesn’t have a big role to play in The Search.”

Full Interview HERE.

    animationtidbits:

    Avatar: The Last Airbender - “The Search”

    “This weekend at the American Library Association, Dark Horse announced Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second “Avatar: The Last Airbender” graphic novel series called “The Search,” which explores the biggest unsolved mystery in “Avatar” lore: what happened to Prince Zuko’s mother?”

    Quotes from Gene Yang:

    ““The Search” focuses on Zuko and Azula. Aang, Katara and Sokka will be there, of course, but the Fire Nation royal siblings are really the drivers of the action. In “The Promise,” we see Zuko struggling with his responsibilities as Fire Lord. “The Search” is the next stage of that struggle.”

    “In “The Search,” the Gang are still teenagers. “The Search” takes place immediately after the end of “The Promise.”“

    “In “The Search,” we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person.” (About Azula)

    “At the beginning of “The Promise,” Katara and Aang are still in that lovey-dovey stage of their relationship. They call each other pet names and are way too affectionate. By the end of “The Promise,” they will have gone through their first conflict. Their relationship will continue to mature in The Search, but it will take a backseat to the Fire Nation Royal Family. After all, that is one messed up family. They need all the panel-time they can get.”

    “I love Toph. She was my favorite character to write in The Promise. Sadly, though, she doesn’t have a big role to play in The Search.”

    Full Interview HERE.

  10. emilythebravee:

    toph might be one of my favorite characters in a television series, ever.

    Yes.

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