➪ Avatar (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Library Edition, #4) Read ➲ Author Gene Luen Yang – Thegreatwallonline.us

Avatar (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Library Edition, #4) Avatar Avatar The Last Airbender, Library Edition, 4 Kindle Epub Author Gene Luen Yang Vinoschilenos.eu The Fire Nation Is Threatened By A Prophecy Told By The Kemurikage Mysterious Figures Thought Only To Exist In Legend Remove Zuko From The Throne Or The Country Will Perish Unrest Is Brewing As The New Ozai Society Prepares To Make Its Move Against The Crown, And Children Begin To Go Missing From Their Homes Under Mysterious Circumstances Avatar Aang And His Friends Are Doing Everything In Their Power To Save Them But Will It Be Enough This Special, Oversized Edition Of Smoke And Shadow Features Volumes 1 3 With Annotations By Writer Gene Luen Yang And Artists Gurihiru, As Well As A Sketchbook Section With New, Behind The Scenes Material Collects Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke And Shadow Volumes 1 3.

➪ Avatar (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Library Edition, #4)  Read ➲ Author Gene Luen Yang – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Avatar (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Library Edition, #4)
  • Gene Luen Yang
  • English
  • 06 November 2017
  • 1506700136

10 thoughts on “Avatar (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Library Edition, #4)


  1. says:

    I ve been reading a lot of fantasy lately While I still have plentyto go, I think it s fair to say that fantasy falls into some very basic stereotypes Witches, wizards, warlocks Gnomes, trolls, elves, orcs, dragons Magic, potions, talismans, spells Kings, queens, knights, archers Etc.But Avatar is different First, it s certainly a fantasy, because it has a magic system based on the four elements earth, air, water, and fire It also vastly separates itself, in that although an I ve been reading a lot of fantasy lately While I still have plentyto go, I think it s fair to say that fantasy falls into some very basic stereotypes Witches, wizards, warlocks Gnomes, trolls, elves, orcs, dragons Magic, potions, talismans, spells Kings, queens, knights, archers Etc.But Avatar is different First, it s certainly...


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    Also posted on Rally the Readers I ve been rewatching Avatar The Last Airbender on and off lately, so I was totally in the mood to read Smoke and Shadow, the fourth graphic novel that follows the continuing adventures of the gAang, post TV series I was especially looking forward to this installment because HELLO ZUKO He was absent from the previous volume,The Rift , and he makes a most welcome return in Smoke and Shadow Returns are a bit of a theme here, as Zuko s mother, Ursa, sets foot Also posted on Rally the Readers I ve been rewatching Avatar The Last Airbender on and off lately, so I was totally in the mood to read Smoke and Shadow, the fourth graphic novel that follows the continuing adventures of the gAang, post TV series I was especially looking forward to this installment because HELLO ZUKO He was absent from the previous volume,The Rift , and he makes a most welcome return in Smoke and Shadow Returns are a bit of a theme here, as Zuko s mother, Ursa, sets foot in the Fire Nation s Capital City for the first time since viewers of the show watched her leave a young Zuko and Azula behind and disappear Mai is back for this story as well and features prominently in it, while Katara and Sokka head home to the Southern Water Tribe for the first time since the end of the war.I know I ve lavished heaps of praise on these graphic novels in previous reviews, but it s because every bit of praise is absolutely well deserved What I continue to adore ...


  3. says:

    This one was an excellent addition to the world of Avatar Aang Zuko, Azula and all the characters of the Fire Nation to me represented the best and most complex material for storytelling in this era This was a fantastic follow up to The Promise, full of strong character development and a thoughtful and timely plot about ruling by fear or by freedom Zuko particularly comes into his own as the Fire Lord, who sometimes has to make rough decisions.The one flaw I saw was that I could have used m This one was an excellent addition to the world of Avatar Aang Zuko, Azula and all the characters of...


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  5. says:

    I always enjoy these Avatar stories I loved the original series, I enjoyed Korra, and these comics fill the void in my life now that the TV shows seem to be over.I had a hard time getting into this one, but in the end really liked it The art, as always, is amazing, perhaps evenso in this one if that s even possible I appreciated the conflict that Zuko has to go through what type of rule...


  6. says:

    Weaker than the other two previous comics.


  7. says:

    This was a decent, fun addition to the existing Avatar comics, but, nothing really special.The writing style was nice, and, along with the humor and the way the plot unfolded, reflected the general style, tone and themes of the series Part 1 and Part 2 were interesting plot wise, as they built up the action, raised questions and emphasized the mystery surrounding the new threat the Fire Nation was dealing with However, Part 3 left me wanting I found the big revelations and the answers to my This was a decent, fun addition to the existing Avatar comics, but, nothing really special.The writing style was nice, and, along with the humor and the way the plot unfolded, reflected the general style, tone and themes of the series Part 1 and Part 2 were interesting plot wise, as they built up the action, raised questions and emphasized the mystery surrounding the new threat the Fire Nation was dealing with However, Part 3 left me wanting I found the big revelations and the answers to my questions to be dull and not as thrilling as I had expected Moreover, Azula s exact motives confused me Understood, she may have regained some portion of her mental health, but the reasons she decided to cause so much fuss did not satisfy me as a reader I believe the writers could have come up with something wayinteresting than this Finally, the ending was, for me, too plain In contrast to the previous comics, in th...


  8. says:

    Coming across this in the child s section at the library made my heart race Finally, at last I could have cried out Since finishing the series years ago, it is to this day still my favorite I crave , always have So upon finding out this book existed and to actually borrowing it, holding it in my hands Now they could have written about anything and I would have enjo...


  9. says:

    The first Avatar comic to not have the word The in the title Desptie my niche need to keep things symmetrical this is nonetheless another fantastic read filled with questions about the lengths leaders should go to keep t...


  10. says:

    Surprisingly bland and even boring, out of the four graphic novel sets, this collection is by far the weakest It concentrates on Fire Nation lore, which you would think would be interesting, but it s not I guess I m just not all that into a story centering around Zuko that doesn t conce...

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