The booming success following the re-release of Avatar: The Last Airbender on Netflix is not only bringing the Gaang back in their own live-action Netflix series but has spurred on the re-release of Avatar spin-off, The Legend of Korra.
Following the tale of Korra, an eager young waterbender-become-Avatar, who takes on the trials and tribulations of finding her way, the series was created by the original Avatar team. Korra was originally aired on Nickelodeon from 2012 and ran through 2014.
The resurgence of the Avatar universe has won the hearts of those that are new to the series and has enchanted those who are just a bit late to discover one of the most beloved and revered modern-age cartoons.
The debate between which series is "better" has been well-kindled and kept alive. Some feel a deeper connection to the first series; others are more moved by the spin-off. Both, however, host their own endearing charm and fascinating array of intricate characters. Both are deified for their strong plots and impactful writing. Keeping in stride with Avatar's recent Netflix rebut, all books of Korra will hit small screens once again on August 14, 2020.