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  • I've been a fan since the beginning of Avatar, I have bought the DVDs, comics, Artbook, etc. but I'm very dissapointed for the latests news. I think deciding to produce 12 episodes of half an hour per year is a very bad strategy and marketing image.  I can’t believe that, if highly complex TV series such as Game of thrones can create about 12 hours of content  per year, you find it so difficult to produce a normal 24 episode season for Korra. I work in marketing and I know  you have to create expectation and buzz, but all this waiting in the long term will only cause frustration and disengagement for the fans. It seems to me you are taking advantage of the dedication of fans, the ones that make the Avatar and Korra such a big success.  I hope you are reconsidering taking your fans seriously and retribute them with what they deserve which is continuous 24-episode seasons of AVATAR, the series they love and support over the years.

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    • I'm not sure this is the appropriate place to vent your concerns as, to my knowledge, no one here on the wiki actively works for the creative team behind Avatar.

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    • I agree with TANC, I suggest you creat a blog post. 

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    • Tanc is a tank

      Ok I'm done now.

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    • Very interesting but we hope that there will be more continuity for The Legend of Korra in his graphic novels and if one day he returns with a special one hour.

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    • The stupid, so-called, "sequel," is nothing but trash! It's nothing like this masterpiece. In the original show, in the episode, "The Cave of Two Lovers," of season 2, the city of Omashu was built by a man and a woman named Oma and Shu. Now before they built Omashu, they learned how to Earthbend from the badger moles, and thus became the first earthbenders. But in lok, there was no Omashu, as only lion turtle cities existed back then, yet there were plenty of earthbenders living around that time. How does that make the two shows relevant to each other? Seriously, the sequel is nothing but garbage; the creators lost their minds when creating it. Besides, the world of Avatar is only based on Asian culture, so why the heck did they decide to add old American culture by adding some jazz? I mean seriously. Oh, and they purposely made the Red Lotus members look like Arabs, which brings up the scent of islamophobia a lot, as well as throws in some irrelevant Middle Eastern culture, not to mention Zaheer and Ghazan are both strong Arabic names (one could argue that they're South Asian, typically from Urdu, but Pakistani names are Arabic names, because the majority of the Pakistani population is muslim and muslims take their names from Arabic. Besides, in the world of Avatar, only a very small percentage of its cultures is derived from South Asian cultures, which definitely does not include names at all). Talk about names, Iknik's middle and last names, Blackstone Varrick do not sound like an Asian names at all, because they aren't, as well as Zhu Li's last name, which is Moon. This TV show is truly nothing but garbage, as well as its following comics (A character as well as her bodyguards look completely South Asian, as well as some minor characters, some of which look completely Arabic, which is not something that is a part of the world of Avatar at all. And they butchered the Earth Kingdom in ruins of the empire). Now, about the sudden and random population of the sky bison as well as maybe lemurs, where the hell did they all come from?! They just suddenly appeared out of nowhere in Korra as if they were never attacked by the Fire Nation. Now, somewhere in this wiki, it does state that Aang found some bison after the war, but seriously! By common sense and logic, if there really were some bison left, then we should have at least seen or heard about them in a few episodes of the original show, especially in "Appa's Lost Days." But we never did, which logically confirms and concludes that the sky bison are now truly extinct after the tragic death of our fuzzy and cute friend Appa.  As for lemurs, they had a slight advantage on their side against the Fire Nation's attack due to their pretty small size, so it's slightly, a tiny bit unlikely that they are extinct, because of course, as said above, that if there really were some lemurs left, then we should have seen them in at least a few episodes, especially when Team Avatar went to the Air Temples, though at least they were mentioned a few times. But for some reason, in Korra, they look COMPLETELY different from Momo, and we ONLY saw lemurs that looked like Momo, and never like what we saw in Korra. Seriously, the world of Korra is so insanely and abnormally different from the world of Aang, which is NOT good at all for a sequel. It should be forgotten as it's such a disgrace and a rip-off for Avatar The Last Airbender, one of the greatest/best TV shows of all time, as well as, of course, for the World of Avatar. 

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    • Would you please summarize it in a single paragraph instead of writing a too large argument.

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