Comic Reviews: Avatar The Last Airbender North and South Library Edition (Dark Horse)

Dark Horse Comics releases the complete graphic novel of the North and South side story of Avatar The Last Airbender, it’s too good enough to have some other versions of […]

Dark Horse Comics releases the complete graphic novel of the North and South side story of Avatar The Last Airbender, it’s too good enough to have some other versions of the comic split from issue to issue just until they completed the whole story just like the others.

And now they included the Library Edition, meaning that this book would have some parts of the collection like the sketchbook art and others. But you can find the other stories from Barnes and Nobles store just enough to have a reason to get one of them for collection.

So basically you could get the story of Katara and Sokka returning to their home, but everything has changed when one of the Northern tribe citizens and the Earth Kingdom foreigners changed the South Pole into a town that supposed to be more civilized like the North Pole. However, nothing will ever change the town in the future when Legend of Korra hits the bag. But you know how their parts roll out for Team Avatar and their balance restoration. So anyway, not only that the whole story was great, but they also included some commentary from the authors and creators of this comic. However, the library edition they added the commentary from them to describe how they actually went on from the series in order to make their work in progress.

More to that, the fact is every important graphic novel should have something more mesmerizing to show any other Avatar series from childhood to have much more thoughtful for the story, and they did. They actually made the story better for the Avatar graphic novels into four library edition including this one. But almost every other story transformed as an interlude after the 100-year war against the Fire Nation, culture shock, and the progress to build the Republic City on the base of the Earth Kingdom. I guess every important Avatar series included some based stories after they went through all the trouble to end the war. They had done a great job making these stories right out of an interlude section of the series, but what comes next? No one ever knows what happened to the mysterious library which is sunk into the sand on the Earth Kingdom, or whatever happened to King Bumi or the Spirit Forest where the swamp people resides. Aang should probably find a way to restore the culture of the Air Nomads because he can’t be the last living headless Airbender monk forever, he would actually go to the spirit world, where Vatuu is imprisoned inside the tree, and use his own power to restore the Air Nation, he should be thought of that sooner without letting Korra becomes the last Avatar in the future, this is dumb. So anyway the library edition is great, there are so many things from that book that you can add it to your collection. I bet that they would make more interlude stories of the series just to see Team Avatar to restore balance to the world from evil.

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I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.