Avatar The Last Airbender

Avatar The Last Airbender

Armando Padron, Staff Writer

The story of Avatar the Last Airbender takes place in a mythical world. The show is an animated cartoon and the voice of Zuko is none other than Dante Brasco who plays Rufio in the movie Hook. The show is considered to be a comedy but the show still has a lot of action and intense moments that people who have seen the show will understand.

The episode I watched was the first one where you see Sokka and Katara fishing for food among the glaciers where they both end up arguing. During this argument Katara who is a water bender ends up breaking a giant glacier with realizing it and ultimately  another more spherical iceberg shows up from under the destroyed iceberg and she sees that someone is inside said iceberg. She frees the person inside the iceberg to whom she learns that it’s a boy who is an airbender who’s name is Aang. Freeing Aang resulted in a large beam of light that alerted Zuko, a person who is hunting down the avatar and believes that light was because of the avatar. Aang soon returns to the village after befriending Katara.

This show is one of a kind with no other show being able to replicate this amazing story and characters. The closest thing that comes to mind when I think of what show could be good enough to compare is The Dragon Prince on Netflix. The reason why I say this is that they are both Fantasy and just generally good shows and the both have the same writers.  I highly recommend watching Avatar The Last Airbender. If you think that I’m just hyping this show up because of childhood nostalgia then you should ask other people who have seen it because I have personally seen this show more than once.

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