Register - Forgot Password. By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. Nickelodeon has hosted a slew of acclaimed animated series, but none have reach like Avatar: The Last Airbender. The complex show dazzled audiences with its colorful style, but its thoughtful storylines and gravitas also made viewers think. When the franchise returned with a sequel, fans were eager to see Legend of Korra , and the series did not disappoint. Now, a preview of the upcoming Legend of Korra comic book series has hit the Internet, and it shows what happened to Korra and Asami after the show ended.
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Yesterday, Legend of Korra more or less solidified what many LoK fans have been saying for a long time — that Korra and Asami work. After spending the last two season building the friendship between these two women and making them thick as thieves, showrunners Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino chose to end the show around these two characters walking, hand in god-dang hand, together into the next chapter of their lives. Their next great adventure. Bonds between women, whether sisterly or romantic, are so rarely heralded in media and I want them so bad! Throughout the last couple seasons in particular, the two girls have not only forgiven each other for the messiness with Mako, but also bonded on a deep level, to the point where Asami was the one reaching out and offering comfort to Korra after her trauma and the only person Korra felt comfortable writing to about her struggles during the three years she was healing. With that kind of information in my brain, of course there was no way I was going to wait until after work the next day to watch the finale. So I watched it. And I loved it. Honestly, even putting aside the last scene, this was such an exciting finale and nearly everyone got a moment of their own to shine. There was a great Mako and Bolin brother moment two brother characters not even hesitating in saying they love each other and pulling each other into a hug — awesome and Mako once again solidifying his friendship with Korra, showing that exes can still care about each other deeply even when the relationship ends.
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The Legend of Korra finally ended its four glorious seasons but not without astonishing its fans by projecting Korra and Asami's unspoken love in the most poignant and graceful manner possible. Nickelodeon's animation series appeared to have confirmed the lesbian romance between Korrasami during the end of the spin-off series to Avatar: The Last Airbender. When Book 4 started, fans knew that Asami was the only one to whom the Avatar was writing letters regularly.
It serves as a canonical   continuation of the animated television series The Legend of Korra , created by DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. The graphic novel trilogy is set after the show's final season , with Avatar Korra dealing with the aftermath of Kuvira 's attack on Republic City, while also exploring her new relationship with Asami Sato. Following the conclusion of The Legend of Korra , DiMartino was touched by positive reactions to Korra and Asami's relationship and felt that there were more stories to tell with the show's characters. Although the shift to the comic book medium was a challenge for DiMartino, it gave the creative team more freedom to explore LGBT narratives. Part One and Two were the publisher's best-selling graphic novels of and respectively.