deadlypurplebunny:

Once again. NOT JUST A GIRLY THING! WHO ON EARTH WOULD SAY ICE CREAM IS GIRLY?! Food is not gender specific. Really nothing is but this is fuckin’ ridiculous.

Agreed.
And in the summer? How cliché.

deadlypurplebunny:

Once again. NOT JUST A GIRLY THING! WHO ON EARTH WOULD SAY ICE CREAM IS GIRLY?! Food is not gender specific. Really nothing is but this is fuckin’ ridiculous.

Agreed.

And in the summer? How cliché.

bocodamondo:

i have no idea why i made this

YES. FINALLY. ZAHEER AS SATSUKI.
You have no idea how long I’ve been waiting for this crossover.

bocodamondo:

i have no idea why i made this

YES. FINALLY. ZAHEER AS SATSUKI.

You have no idea how long I’ve been waiting for this crossover.


*Quietly adds to Wish List*
*LOUDLY ADDS TO WISH LIST*

*Quietly adds to Wish List*

*LOUDLY ADDS TO WISH LIST*

What do all these characters have in common?

It seems like the Korra fanbase likes to place suspicion on every character that shows up, even regardless of actual screen time. Guess what: Bumi (and Aang!) was not Amon, Asami was not an Equalist, and Suyin was not a member of the Red Lotus! While I’m not saying Kuvira isn’t a villain, it’s far too early to begin speculating.

Not to mention, she saved Tonraq’s life. Call me crazy, but I don’t see anything malicious at all there.

Was that a good finale… or was that a GOOD finale?

Book 1 started out on a high note, but despite some spectacular moments, the finale felt too conclusive to the point where it was actually rather inconclusive. As far as Book 2 goes, I think I’d liken it to “The Great Divide” of this show’s seasons. While it ended with a great development for Korra, a lot of it lacked exposition.

Book 3’s finale, however, is simply the best to come out of this show thus far, and gives me high hopes for the upcoming fourth (and last) season. Not only did we get great character development, but an insanely awesome battle between Korra and Zaheer that was very reminiscent of Aang’s battle with Ozai in the previous series.

And can we just appreciate how badass Korra’s father is?

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If that had made contact, Zaheer would’ve been DEAD. I honestly hope to see Korra and Tonraq teaming up more often in the future.

Glad to see Lin and Suyin were rocking it, too!

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Though I have to admit, it was really disheartening to see Zaheer’s distraught face after realizing what had happened to P’li. (This must be the fourth person to die in an explosion in the Avatar franchise?)

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I like villains with actual feelings. (Not at all like the Unalaq we got last season, who was willing to abandon his own son in pursuit of his selfish goals.)

As usual, Bolin was downplayed as a clown a few times, but there’s no doubt that he rocked this episode, too! Who needs metalbending when you have lavabending? Good to see Bolin achieving something new.

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Having the Red Lotus tie Korra up, poison her, and force her into the Avatar State in an attempt to kill her, was all pretty terrifying. (What’s up, General Fong?) However, I couldn’t help but squeal like a little girl seeing Amon’s mask again. Zaheer and his gang are nice and dandy and all, but I have to admit that part of me still misses Amon.

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But ultimately, the Red Lotus’ plans failed to see fruition. Did they really think they can control Korra in the Avatar State? Good to see that it isn’t as weak as people initially thought it to be.

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I loved seeing Jinora and her crew work that airbending. Thank goodness it wasn’t another inexplicable ass-pull like the one in Book 2.

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And like so many others have pointed out… lightning! Had Mako forgotten he even had this ability, or does he just refuse to use it because of some past incident? Either way, Ming-Hua didn’t look too good after that severe blast!

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Surely, I’m not the only one who thought she looked kinda cute after she fell, though, right? (Sweet dreams, little angel.)

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And Ghazan… well, did he really have to die? Out of all the Red Lotus members, I think he had the most likable personality and the best sense of humor. I could have easily seen him getting along with the good guys.

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Oh well. Though I really wish we got to see more backstory on these guys. For example, what was P’li talking about when she mentioned being a “human weapon” for an “evil warlord” before Zaheer saved her? Surely, that must be an important detail that will be expanded upon in Book 4? At this point, I can only speculate.

The final moment with Jinora finally earning her tattoos was a very heartfelt moment in the series, and the most thus far. Tenzin’s speech was so full of emotion, and it was great to see him back on his feet and fully-recovered from his previous beating.

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But yeah, that’s definitely Aang.

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That’s a tear of joy. Why else would they end the season with it?

While I’m sure I’ll find some flaws in this season somewhere down the line (being the nitpicker that I am), I can’t deny that it was an overall outstanding season, and leagues ahead of Book 2 in every category. 

3x11: Makorra pushing Bolin out of the way

Bolin is so disrespected.

lazyautumndays:

guys, guys.. what if we sacrifice Kai so that Tenzin may live?

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baelor:

makorraforevafangirl:

mowalski:

Anyone remember this image of the “Book 3 villain” Bryan shared with us before the start of the season? Well, so far, this individual looks nothing like any of the four Red Lotus members we’ve been introduced to thus far, so it’s had me wondering: What if this is the founder, Xai Bau, who Zaheer mentioned in “The Stakeout”? Maybe Zaheer and his gang are defeated at the end of Book 3, but this person appears at the end of the season. This might further support the possibility of the current story arc continuing into the last book. Whatever the case, I kinda think he looks like General Fong.

IF THATS GURU LAHIMA IM OUT

stopppp trying to extrapolate anything from this image it’s an rgb parade, such as

meaning the picture bryan posted looks nothing like the actual character.
it’s probably just zaheer

Didn’t know that. Thanks for the heads-up.
Of course, I still have my suspicions, but I know I’ll probably end up looking quite stupid after this season is all said and done.

baelor:

makorraforevafangirl:

mowalski:

Anyone remember this image of the “Book 3 villain” Bryan shared with us before the start of the season? Well, so far, this individual looks nothing like any of the four Red Lotus members we’ve been introduced to thus far, so it’s had me wondering: What if this is the founder, Xai Bau, who Zaheer mentioned in “The Stakeout”? Maybe Zaheer and his gang are defeated at the end of Book 3, but this person appears at the end of the season. This might further support the possibility of the current story arc continuing into the last book. Whatever the case, I kinda think he looks like General Fong.

IF THATS GURU LAHIMA IM OUT

stopppp trying to extrapolate anything from this image it’s an rgb parade, such as

meaning the picture bryan posted looks nothing like the actual character.

it’s probably just zaheer

Didn’t know that. Thanks for the heads-up.

Of course, I still have my suspicions, but I know I’ll probably end up looking quite stupid after this season is all said and done.

I sincerely apologize to all (if any) Doflamingo fans out there, but I really cannot stand this character and can’t wait for his arrogant behind to get the kick it deserves. I mean, maybe he’s still redeemable, but so far throughout the Dressrosa arc, he’s been nothing but the biggest dick in the story.
I give Oda props, though, for writing such a hate-able villain. I guess that’s kinda the point.

I sincerely apologize to all (if any) Doflamingo fans out there, but I really cannot stand this character and can’t wait for his arrogant behind to get the kick it deserves. I mean, maybe he’s still redeemable, but so far throughout the Dressrosa arc, he’s been nothing but the biggest dick in the story.

I give Oda props, though, for writing such a hate-able villain. I guess that’s kinda the point.

The opening and ending for Gurren Lagann were both left uncut on Toonami last night! Good to see that they’re giving the show the respect it deserves. 
And also…

Blue Exorcist is no more. The god of all anime has taken its place!

(Take that, you inferior anime!)
If you’re one of those who still don’t know this show is on air (or, Lord knows why, you haven’t even watched it at all), do so NOW!

The opening and ending for Gurren Lagann were both left uncut on Toonami last night! Good to see that they’re giving the show the respect it deserves. 

And also…

Blue Exorcist is no more. The god of all anime has taken its place!

(Take that, you inferior anime!)

If you’re one of those who still don’t know this show is on air (or, Lord knows why, you haven’t even watched it at all), do so NOW!

makorraforevafangirl:

mowalski:

Anyone remember this image of the “Book 3 villain” Bryan shared with us before the start of the season? Well, so far, this individual looks nothing like any of the four Red Lotus members we’ve been introduced to thus far, so it’s had me wondering: What if this is the founder, Xai Bau, who Zaheer mentioned in “The Stakeout”? Maybe Zaheer and his gang are defeated at the end of Book 3, but this person appears at the end of the season. This might further support the possibility of the current story arc continuing into the last book. Whatever the case, I kinda think he looks like General Fong.

IF THATS GURU LAHIMA IM OUT

Anyone remember this image of the “Book 3 villain” Bryan shared with us before the start of the season? Well, so far, this individual looks nothing like any of the four Red Lotus members we’ve been introduced to thus far, so it’s had me wondering: What if this is the founder, Xai Bau, who Zaheer mentioned in “The Stakeout”? Maybe Zaheer and his gang are defeated at the end of Book 3, but this person appears at the end of the season. This might further support the possibility of the current story arc continuing into the last book. Whatever the case, I kinda think he looks like General Fong.

Anyone remember this image of the “Book 3 villain” Bryan shared with us before the start of the season? Well, so far, this individual looks nothing like any of the four Red Lotus members we’ve been introduced to thus far, so it’s had me wondering: What if this is the founder, Xai Bau, who Zaheer mentioned in “The Stakeout”? Maybe Zaheer and his gang are defeated at the end of Book 3, but this person appears at the end of the season. This might further support the possibility of the current story arc continuing into the last book. Whatever the case, I kinda think he looks like General Fong.

A new respect has been gained for Tenzin. I think most of us have severely underestimated his character thus far, but he definitely outperformed himself in this week’s episode.
A lot of folks were saying Zaheer would beat Tenzin in a fight, but this episode obviously showed who the better airbender was. Tenzin was about to lay the smackdown on Zaheer before P’li bailed his ass out, and it took all four members of the Red Lotus to finally take him down.
GO TENZIN!

A new respect has been gained for Tenzin. I think most of us have severely underestimated his character thus far, but he definitely outperformed himself in this week’s episode.

A lot of folks were saying Zaheer would beat Tenzin in a fight, but this episode obviously showed who the better airbender was. Tenzin was about to lay the smackdown on Zaheer before P’li bailed his ass out, and it took all four members of the Red Lotus to finally take him down.

GO TENZIN!