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Old October 19 2013, 04:27 PM   #16
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Re: Avatar: The Last Airbender - A Review

^But sometimes peoples go from living in nation-states to living in smaller bands. Again, it's simple-minded to think of this like climbing a ladder, like there's some fundamental hierarchy in which some subsistence methods are innately more "advanced" than others. It depends on the circumstances.
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Old October 20 2013, 02:02 AM   #17
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Watching this for the first time after buying it on a whim (by which i mean i was trying to buy a bronze sharpie from amazon but since the cost of postage was higher than the cost of the item it wouldnt process the transaction til i had added something else to my order. I happened to notice complete series of last airbender on dvd and since i was vaguely aware of it as a popular series that was quite far down on my to watch list decided to add it to my purchase.)

I am four episodes away from finishing the first season so i mostly skipped all the bits written in the opening post. Will come back and read them later when ive finished the series

Though that might be a while away since i somehow ended up being joined by my parents and its now become a family thing. Quite surprising since my dad cannot watch a show without trying to double guess what will happen next and cannot see me watching an animated show without trying to lecture me on how cartoons are childish but he hasnt done either of those with Avatar. A modern day miracle :P
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Old February 25 2014, 05:36 PM   #18
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The second hardcover graphic novel called The Search has been released and I just got my copy in the mail. It's a pretty decent book with commentaries in the margins and concept art in the back. If you're an Avatar fan, it's worth getting.

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Old February 25 2014, 05:56 PM   #19
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I'm an avatar fan but I hated "The Promise", I thought the writing was atrocious and almost everyone acted out of character.

Is "The Search" better?
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Old February 25 2014, 06:10 PM   #20
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^ Haven't read it yet.
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Old February 26 2014, 01:49 AM   #21
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The Search is as good/bad as The Promise. I enjoyed both a lot. I was dying to finally learn the truth about Zuko's mom and the answer was very interesting!
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