An Eagle Piloting A Blimp
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You might find just about anything on here on any given day but some common fandoms of mine include:
All things Disney
Pirates of the Caribbean
Legend of Korra
Annnnnd passing on kittens, Koreans, pandas
, and puns to/from my sister.
If that sounds good, follow! :D
I Co-run VALVerse
with my boyfriend BB
, and I also run Heck Yeah Literature
, where I just blog thoughts/art/whatever about the books I am currently reading, midgi Absorbs K-Pop
, where I spout the little knowledge I have about Korean Pop stars, and Heck Yeah Bible Verses
, where I post a verse a day without any obnoxious commentary whatsoever.
Voice Actors and Actresses from Avatar The Last Airbender who came back with new characters in The Legend of Korra.
What a cool post! Once again, the hardest working fans in the business. Also, as illustrated by these graphics, if you hear a voice on ATLA/LOK there is a strong chance it was performed by Grey DeLisle. Although Dee Bradley Baker might have more screen time due to all the animal chirps and grumbles. Either way, Grey and Dee could easily voice an entire series together—just the two of them covering all the characters—and the audience would be none the wiser without checking the credits.
am i the only one who is pretty sure this is a water bending move?
I’m a firm believer that the best benders are those who look beyond their own element’s bending techniques and discover new ways of bending. Look at Toph, she bends completely differently from other earthbenders, and she’s one of the most powerful benders in the world. Look at Iroh, he devised lightning redirection from waterbending. This just shows that Zuko is a great firebender.
I think it probably has more to do with the way Zuko changed from the beginning to the end of the story. Each bending art is modeled after a martial art that closely mimics the element. Perhaps Zuko’s change in bending style is supposed to represent how his once fiery spirit had become more tranquil like a water bender’s.
this move directly copies the one Katara used on him in Siege of the North 2 when she pummeled him with a snowball. This scene here is after the Bitter Work episode where Iroh teaches Zuko how to redirect lightning using a Waterbending technique AND instructs him in the value of learning from the other nations. So the fact that here Zuko is using a water bending movie that his adversary used on him last season shows that he’s listening to his Uncle’s advice and hints at the beginning of his redemption arc. basically this 2 second clip is another example of why this show is brilliant and everyone should watch it.
(Source: myqueenkatara, via queenelliott)
i wanted to draw the old gaang but i didn’t know which outfits from which books to draw them in then i was like oh hang on
Stellar fan art based on Joaquim Dos Santos’ “Old Friends” poster.
"Helping people— that’s what I do.”
"Conflict resolution— it’s what I do.”
(Source: alchemyjpg, via lolbender)
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Zuko: ”It’s not a dance. It’s a firebending form. It’s a form that happens to be thousands of years old!”
Katara: ”Oh yeah? What’s your little form called?”
Zuko: ”The Dancing Dragon”