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1. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 02:08 BST
Hey, guys! Each day in the comments, I will be posting reviews on various Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network animated shows. They may vary from currently running shows to classic 90's shows. Please let me know what you think of my reviews and feel free to give me requests on shows I aught to review. NOTE: I'm only doing shows that air during Nick and CN's regular time block, not Adult Swim or Nick at Nite. I will do NickToons and Boomerang shows, though.
Edited on Wed 12th June, 2013 @ 02:12 by 3DGamerDude
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2. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 02:36 BST
The Legend of Korra
Episodes: 52 (12 aired, 40 in development)
Creator: Mike DiMartino and Bryan Koneitzko
The Legend of Korra is the successor to the hit Nickelodeon show Avatar: The Last Airbender, which aired from 2006-2009. (I'll be doing a review over it later.) In the series, a select few are born with the gift of being able to manipulate, or 'bend,' one of four elements. These elements are: Water, Earth, Fire, and Air. Only the Avatar is capable of bending all four elements. Each Avatar is said to be the reincarnation of the Avatar before him. The Avatar also has the ability to communicate with spirits in the Spirit World. It's the Avatar's duty to bring peace throughout the world. In The Legend of Korra, Korra is the next Avatar in the cycle. It is up to her to save Republic City from a society of non-benders known as Equalists. The Equilists feel that people who were born without the gift of bending aren't as fortunate as those who can bend. Therefore, they take extreme measures and resort to violence in an attempt to rid the world of benders. Korra, along with friends she meets along the way, Mako, Bolin, and Asami, must defeat the Equalists and their ring leader, Amon, to restore peace. This is just the plot of the first season. Each season will have its own conflict. The animation is truly outstanding. The Legend of Korra has a great story line and sound track. It's not at all a show targeted to children only. Even teens and adults will enjoy the show.
My Rating: ★★★★★★★★★★ 10/10 - PERFECT
Edited on Wed 12th June, 2013 @ 02:38 by 3DGamerDude
3. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 04:49 BST
I am not sure but I dont think even these kind of reviews might not be allowed here. To be safe I would put this on my own blog and put a link in your signature to it. Of course I could be wrong but a mod could clear it up for you.
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4. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 04:53 BST
If I were a good mod and had to lock it, I would direct them to places to start a blog and maybe how to start one in 3 steps :3
Edited on Wed 12th June, 2013 @ 04:54 by FOREST_RANGER
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5. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 04:55 BST
Do Sanjay and Craig next
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6. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 04:57 BST
there are threads available to discuss the merits of television programmes. NL doesn't exist to host reviewers.
as @tasuki said: set up your own blog somewhere else and put a link to it in your signature.
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