Ever since they held hands and entered our hearts as “Korrasami” in the Korra series finale, we’ve been dying to see what was next for Republic City’s best couple—and that’s meant waiting forever to see the arrival of Dark Horse’s first-ever Korra comic. Now we’ve got the first pages from the book, and it’s everything…
San Francisco’s iconic Cartoon Art Museum is prepping a move to a new location next year to house its 7,000-piece strong collection of historic cartoon and animation artwork—and to help support the museum’s transition, local charity Friends For Benefits is hosting a look back at Legend of Korra this month.
It’s been a long time since we’ve heard an update about Dark Horse’s announcement that they would continue the beloved cartoon The Legend of Korra through the comics—over two years, to be exact. Still, better late than never, and the news that the comic will finally arrive in June 2017 is good news indeed.
Good news and bad news, guys: Korra, star of the Avatar sequel The Legend of Korra, has finally received an action figure courtesy of the folks at Good Smile. That’s the good news. The bad news is that if you were hoping for a Korra figure without a giant, oversized head, well, you’re going to be waiting a while…
There’s cosplaying as Korra, and then there’s “oh man look at this it looks like she’s actually waterbending while cosplaying as Korra”.
Excellent news, Avatar fans! If you’re still sad at the ending of Legend of Korra, prepare for good news‚Korra’s adventures will continue in a brand new comic from Dark Horse.
Emily Tetri is one of the people who made The Legend of Korra so beautiful, painting many of the backgrounds for the show. In this piece, which she made for the upcoming Legend of Korra/Avatar: The Last Airbender gallery show, she gives us Korra and Asami riding through the desert along with a herd of flying bison.
We already miss The Legend of Korra, which wrapped up its final season this winter, but we'll get to revisit the characters when the final season comes out on home entertainment tomorrow. And in this exclusive clip from the Book 4 Blu-ray, puppet versions of the characters dishing on the behind-the-scenes antics of…
When Legend of Korra came to a close, our sadness was tinged with the delight of confirmation that Korra and Asami were now officially a couple. Unfortunately, we've not had any official adventures for the two since — until this beautiful bit of art from Korra-co-creator Brian Konietzko appeared, that is!
NBC, still struggling to find hits beyond The Blacklist and... well, pretty much they just have The Blacklist at this point, but their desperation is inspiring creativity! For instance, the network has ordered a pilot for a martial art fantasy drama titled Warrior. Can kung fu TV really be making a comeback?
We loved The Legend of Korra's season finale, but it left us with a profound desire to see more of Korra and Asami's adventures. Fortunately, plenty of fan artists have drawn comics and illustrations picturing the pair's life after the show ends.
This was a tough year for movies and television — we had the weakest box office summer in years, and TV ratings were anemic. Tons of huge, vaunted projects stumbled, and some underdogs thrived. Here are the top 10 lessons we hope the entertainment industry has learned this year.
Both Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko took to the Internet today to make clear what, exactly, the relationship between Korra and Asami ended up becoming.
Wow. The Legend of Korra really knows how to do a finale. There is so much to talk about between Kuvira and Korra's final showdown, Team Avatar defending Republic City—and of course, that thing that happened at the very end. We're sad to see this show go, but we're delighted with the way it went out.
We say a big farewell this week to one of our favorite shows, The Legend of Korra, which ends after four seasons with a huge, mecha-filled battle. Plus, Syfy introduces its new miniseries, Ascension, set 50 years after JFK launches a generation ship into space. Get sneak peeks at the rest of this week's TV right here!
We're feeling a bit bittersweet now that we've hit the penultimate week of The Legend of Korra, but things are certainly heating up in Republic City. But even as Kuvira's army is looking unbeatable, Kuvira herself makes a decision that could prove her undoing.
We've got a bunch of mid-seasons finales happening this weekend, including a showdown between the Flash and the Reverse-Flash, a Castiel family reunion on Supernatural, and Ra's Al Ghul's ultimatum on Arrow. But Once Upon a Time kicks off its cliffhanger with a story shift—and a Disney villain team-up.
Operation Beifong is a go! As The Legend of Korra rattles toward its final confrontation, the Beifong family launches a rescue mission that puts them in the heart of Kuvira's camp—and lets them witness the test of her superweapon.