"If lin beifong and varrick went on a blind date, what would happen?"
He’s captivating because he has so little respect for all the magic, wonder, power and mightiness going on around him. He regards it as helpful or not to him.
Mako wants to MAKE him talk. “No he’ll talk eventually.” Mako’s like >:( and makes a pointed look.
They’re speculating that there’s an inside job that let them in. Suyin is pissed.
Mako insist they can’t let them take KOrra, Asami points out Lin boxing them in with metal she’s pulled aorund them
"We’ll always have kale" -Opal
Panel has begun!
Bryan begins by talking about the change, the show is NOT cancelled. It is moving over to digital because of numbers- while on the air it got relatively low ratings, digital streaming was through the roof. Though the transition and announcement could have been done better, it will still be available, and it will start going online NEXT FRIDAY AUGUST 1ST WITH A NEW EPISODE EVERY WEEK, WITH A TWO PART SEASON 3 FINALE ON AUGUST 22.
It’s no secret Avatar isn’t, kind of, usual Nickelodeon fare.
Bryan Konietzko (on the change)
idk how much i’ll reblog right now but the tag will be sdcc2014 for anyone who wants to blackist it.
Cartoon Network: greenlights Young Justice, broadcasts two seasons, realizes the demographic following the series is not typical for the network, subsequently cancels the show and refuses a crowdsourcing campaign to fund a third season
Nickelodeon: greenlights Legend of Korra, broadcasts two seasons, realizes the demographic following the series is not typical for the network, subsequently converts all airings to a digital format across multiple streaming services and continues the production of future seasons
We could have it much worse.
To Bryan Konietzko, Michael DiMartino, Joaquim Dos Santos, Jeremy Zuckerman, Bill Rinaldi, Lauren Montgomery, Colin Heck - everyone that has ever been involved in the LoK production and creation process - we all thank you from the bottom of our hearts for producing such a wonderful, phenomenal, awe-inspiring show.
We thank you for your dedication, hard work, and tireless effort to make The Legend of Korra the wonderful show it is today. You all have touched so many lives, in the U.S. and beyond, and we thank you for making another phenomenal show in the universe that we all know and love.
Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.