A new 1-hour OVA special for Mushishi?
Rather than donate the entire proceeds of the sale to non profit organisation International Medical Corps, the multi millionaire is only giving ten percent to the charity, according to the eBay posting.
10 percent? And you couldn’t have just donated some of the money you already have? Especially with your dreadful “Kardashian Kollection” at Sears? Disgraceful. A little boy did better than you with his piggy-bank savings.
♥♥♥ for WondLa!!! Read the first two books for the first time last year. Both in under a week. May 6, 2014 can’t come any slower! Agghhhhh!
Also… does anyone else feel really sorry for Zhao?
I do. Everyone I talked to said they thought it was funny. I didn’t. That is just awful. 70 years of wandering aimlessly with no peace. Yikes.
Not to mention, searching for someone who has been dead for 17 years now.
Overall, I think it was more satisfying than Book 1’s finale, even if the story wasn’t quite as great. The action was far more intense, and I actually found myself rooting more for Korra than the villain. Amon was more understandable in his ideals and both him and Tarrlok were sympathetic characters, while Unalaq and Vaatu were pretty much just pure evil, which mainly explains why I feel this way. The animation, music, and characters were all top-notch as usual. (Finally glad Makorra is out of the way, and hopefully this will provide more time to develop the plot more, than the horrific love triangle, in the next season.)
In a way, however, I feel this finale would’ve worked better at the end of the series and present Vaatu as the final conflict… or the ultimate “big bad”, as they call it. I just really don’t see the writers topping Vaatu – who is literally the embodiment of darkness (or the Avatarverse’s equivalent of Satan) and that would make Ozai, Amon, and any other past Avatar villain wet their pants – in the forthcoming books. I’m probably not giving the writers enough credit and I’m sure they can work something out to make it all tie together nicely at the end, but it just seems that any villain they would present would seem pathetic in comparison. (Again, they’ll probably work around that. Who knows.)
Also, where did Varrick go? He escaped prison with Zhu Li after the walls broke open, but he’s not seen again afterward. Book 3, perhaps? This seems plausible because, other than trying to profit off the war, he didn’t really serve much of a purpose in the main plot, at least in my opinion. I really think his character will return in the future and serve a bigger role, otherwise I don’t think they would show him escaping for no reason at all.