Vassal of Kingsgrave’s Legend of Korra crew returns to Bastards of Kingsgrave to cover the the first two parts of the latest Avatar Comic, Smoke and Shadow (Parts I and II) in a spoiler filled discussion. We discuss the latest round of shipping and the interesting potential for departures from the TV series.
Notes: This episode contains spoilers for all of The Legend of Korra and Avatar TLA. The audio was reclaimed from several records, apologies for the varying quality.
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The Legend of Korra crew reunites to cover Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Search, Part 3 comic. We discuss the final issue of the comic and speculate about future comics. We discuss Ozai’s moonblood charts, why we like Ty Lee, and the awesomeness that is Koh. In the second half of the episode (starting at about 35 minutes in), we discuss our feelings about the season finale (full spoilers) of The Legend of Korra and season 2 in general.
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