Latest ATLA News
Finalized cover image for Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy
Posted by Icy_Ashford on June 19th, 2015 @ 9:42 PM EST (792)
announced last year that there will be an "Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy" book. The release date has been pushed back several times and we are still unsure what the actual release date is but the finalized cover has been released!
I guessed last year that the final cover could maybe consist of an image of an adult Aang with a young Tenzin. And boy, am I really surprised and blown away that my prediction came true. The image of the finalized cover is embedded in this post and I just can't help but feel the warmth that is radiating from the picture. Click on the image for a full sized view of the picture.
I can't wait to read the book when it is finally out. Feel free to pre-order this on Amazon or BookDepository.
Free Comic Book Day 2015 preview
Posted by Icy_Ashford on February 3rd, 2015 @ 7:23 AM EST (786)
Back in December, it was announced that there will be an ATLA comic for Free Comic Book Day 2015. Recently, a preview of the first three pages has been released on the FCBD website. Click the "Download A Previews Prevue" button at the bottom of the page and a PDF file of the preview will open in your browser.
Looks like it's going to be a busy tale, don't you think? If you want, feel free to join in the discussion in the forums.
Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Poster Collection
Posted by Icy_Ashford on January 23rd, 2015 @ 10:39 PM EST (785)
available for pre-order. Description listed below:
"The beloved television series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, has won fans of all ages over the years. Relive this award-winning show with a set of 20 high quality art prints in this Dark Horse poster book collection. Show creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino select 20 of their favorite images from the series and Dark Horse packages them in this 12" x 16" poster book. All are easily removable and suitable for framing!"
For those who love collecting posters, this might be the book for you! Fingers crossed that there will be a poster collection for The Legend of Korra in the future as well.
ATLA comic for Free Comic Book Day 2015
Posted by Icy_Ashford on December 18th, 2014 @ 8:54 AM EST (782)
comic line up for Free Comic Book Day 2015 is out and once again, we will have an Avatar: The Last Airbender comic. We don't know the details of the story yet but it features Ty Lee and Toph on the cover. Quite an interesting combination.
The writer for this comic is Gene Luen Yang who also writes the main ATLA comics. The artist is Carla Speed McNeil whom is an artist new to this franchise.
FCBD will fall on May 2nd 2015 (Saturday) so keep your eyes peeled for a sneak preview in the future.
Fourth Avatar comics trilogy announced: "Smoke and Shadow"
Posted by SMBH on December 2nd, 2014 @ 8:59 PM EST (780)
announced yesterday the continuation of the Avatar comics series written by Gene Luen Yang and illustrated by Gurihiru.
The fourth trilogy will be titled Smoke and Shadow (it doesn't start with "The"!), and takes place after the events of The Rift (the third trilogy, after "The Promise" which was the first, and "The Search" which came second).
The story focus will be "on the Fire Nation and a segment of the population none too happy with the rule of Fire Lord Zuko".
The comic will go into detail about a group of people we first met on the ATLA Free Comic Book Day 2013 comic titled Rebound -- the New Ozai Society, a group of malcontents who are rebelling against the new post-war government of the Fire Nation, and whose leader is Mai's father.
Will Mai and Zuko get back together? Will we see Azula again? Will Zuko suffer through yet more assassination attempts? (poor kid). We'll need to wait until September 23, 2015 for the release of Smoke and Shadow, Part 1, to start finding out!
The CBR article also includes an interview with Gene, and images of the covers for the first two books in the trilogy, which we have reproduced here on the right. Click on the thumbnails to see the cover images at full size.
Yay for more Avatar comics!