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    protagonist of the television program Avatar: The Last Airbender. In the show, Aang and his friends go on a journey to train Aang in all four elements in order to defeat the ruthless Fire Lord Ozai. Although there are fun, light-hearted moments during their adventure, the journey is far from easy and Aang’s life is always threatened. As I fell in love with the show, I learned valuable

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    was a show called Avatar: The Last Airbender. Originally airing from 2005 to 2008 on Nickelodeon, this was a show that took the bar and raised, and eventually broke. The show takes place in an ancient setting where the world is divided into four nations of Water, Earth, Fire, and Air. In each nation are a select few group of people who have the ability to bend and manipulate their nation’s respective element. Only one, however, can bend all four. He or she is proclaimed the Avatar, and their duty

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    Introduction The first season of The Legend of Korra, sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender, showcases an antagonist known as “Amon” – the Leader of the Equalists. In this paper, I will first set the stage with a brief history of what occurred in Avatar: The Last Airbender, followed by the current situation in The Legend of Korra. I will argue that due to institutional anomie, the Republic City was a conducive environment for Amon, a destructive leader, to lead the Equalist rebellion with the help

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    is viewed and upheld or subverted in our society. In the animated children’s television show Avatar: The Last Airbender, there are a variety of characters who challenge gender roles, but there are also instances in which characters uphold them. A conversation from the episode “The Blind Bandit” includes examples of both of these, and shows how the characters perform

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    The American Anime

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    series Avatar: the Last Airbender often falls into the debate that the series should be categorized as an anime. Experts and Otakus say that the main reason why Avatar cannot be an anime is because it was basically not made in Japan. The westerners often compare it to shows such as Teen Titan, Boondocks, Code Lyoko and Totally Spies which are Western animations influenced by Japanese-style animations but are not considered anime because they were not explicitly produced in Japan. Although Avatar can

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    The Birth of Probending

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    The Birth of Pro-bending By Wonderoasis DISCLAIMER: If you think Avatar: The Last Airbender belongs to me, you are seriously delirious. In other words, I do not own the greatest cartoon series ever. Except in my fantasies. 105 A.S.C "Welcome to the Avatar Day Festival at Ember Island! Welcome to the 5th Annual Bending Challenge! Who will dare to fight the esteemed Master Waterbender and Young Hero, Sister of the Chief of the Southern Water Tribe, Katara? Come one, come all, and witness-"

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    its feet. A fantastic example to mention is “Avatar: the Last Airbender”. Even though this show aimed for pre-teens, it still did not let up on the most heart wrenching moments known to all fans everywhere. From the main character, Aang the avatar, finding out he is the last of his kind after being frozen for one hundred years to the villain’s son, Zuko, fighting with his internal struggle to betray his father and fight for good or to destroy the avatar and have his father take over the entire world

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    “...What?” Asami asked, believing that she must have misheard Korra. Asami blinked and kept her hands on the Avatar 's shoulders. “My nightmare Asami, it was about you or, more specifically, losing you.” Korra muttered softly, while staring down at the wooden floor boards. Her voice noticeably cracked at the word “you”. Asami, once again, took Korra 's cheeks in her hands and gently lifted her head up so that her tear-filled gaze meet Asami 's eyes. Asami softly wiped away the tears threatening

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    Prolougue

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    Zuko walks along the shore of Ember Island and watches as the setting sun stains the sky with streaks of orange and red. The beach is completely silent other than the sound of the waves lapping against the shore; all the regular beach-goers are at home or partying elsewhere. Zuko doesn't mind being alone, he is used to solitude. He doesn't relate well to other kids his age. He is very mature for a nine-year-old. His mother is his only friend, pathetic as it is. Something in the distance catches

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    Iroh sipped on a cup tea. "Zuko, she is telling the truth." "How can you believe that?! She is psychotic if she believes she from another world!” Iroh shrugged "Maybe, but that is her business. There is a reason for everything, but also don’t forget the spirits." Iroh poured himself another cup of tea. "They are mysterious and the universe works in ways we never imagine… I suggest we keep her here a little bit longer, just a week, to see how things work out.” Iroh sipped on a cup tea. "Zuko,

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