Classically, I have been a Makorra shipper.

Then the finale hit, and Korra and Asami had the most beautifulheartfelt moment. I was instantly hooked. I really hope we get some Korra comics like we did with ATLA… I already need more Korrasami in my life!

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Not only do I think it’s fantastic that the LGBTQ community is getting some much needed positive representation in the media, but I actually think Korra and Asami are perfect for each other. They are two sides of a coin. Asami is technical and logical. Korra is powerful and headstrong. When Korra was suffering from PTSD, Asami not only gave her the space she needed, but was there for her at exactly the right moments, in exactly the right ways. Asami will ground Korra when she needs to be, and Korra will lift Asami when she must.

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Not to mention…umm…they’re freaking ADORABLE together?!?!?! 

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Like can you two STAHP?!?!?!

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You two cannot be THIS powerful and THIS beautiful at the same time?!?!?!

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Anyway. I think Makorra ran it’s course. Korra and Mako were in love once, and now they’re not. That’s how love works. Sometimes it fades, and when it does, it doesn’t always leave a gaping hole. Korra and Mako still love each other, just in a different way. I think Korra needs Asami now, and Asami needs Korra. Basically…I am so freaking happy they’re a thing. Four for you, LOK writers. Four for you. You did the thing.

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Something I just realized...

Now that the Legend of Korra and the Avatar series are officially over

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The “Best” show and practically only good cartoon left that Nickelodeon has to offer is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 

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Usually Nick had a minimum of 3 good shows running at a time but now the pizza loving Mutants have to hold it on their own since Spongebob fell off the wagon years ago, Fairly Oddparents is losing it and their others are just ecccchhh. What a title to hold. Good luck to em.

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Arguably, Avatar the Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra has been the most successful animation franchise in America. Millions, including myself, have grown up watching such delicately crafted stories that have not only provided us with something to look forward to each week, but have also taught us some of the most valuable lessons of life. Whether it’d be Uncle Iroh’s tea sipping philosophies or Team Avatar’s unbreakable bonds, the morals and emotions evoked by the unmatched story telling abilities of the creators, Michael and Bryan, have greatly influenced the thinkings and moral standards of an entire generation.  I humbly commend the team for being able to produce the Legend of Korra as a sequel to Avatar the Last Airbender to continue to positively influence another generation. They, as we did, will look up to Korra, Mako, Bolin, Tenzin and all the other characters as role models when times are tough. The stories of both Aang and Korra have allowed for an escape from our world; as a release, as a spiritual place of excitement and learning. A place of wonder. A place of travel. A place of love, thrill and hatred. A place of peace, war and emotion.  Though, I understand if there will not be anymore stories set in the Avatar world after Book 4 of The Legend of Korra, just like millions across the world, we will all be sad. The nostalgic feelings of the thrills and excitements that once dominated our lives. The feeling of this spiritual connection. The feelings of the ability to relate and really empathise with the story. The feelings of respect, harmony, history… almost like a culture! I simply cannot pour my feelings into words…  I really have to say, after the stories in the Avatar world have ended, I will be lost for a long while. It’s like losing a family member. A part of yourself. Like the ending of a culture. I will yearn for more. I will be like a boy in the hustle of the city yearning to return home to the soft, peaceful meadows of the country.  So we kindly ask of you, Michael, Bryan and Nickelodeon to continue growing, teaching and showing us the treasured world of the Avatar if possible.  Though the years may go by, and we youngsters grow old, the treasured stories of Aang and Korra will always be in our hearts :’) Thank you, Michael and Bryan, for your love, efforts, determination and loyalty to your fans Your loyal followers,  The Fandom

SIGN!!! MORE AVATAR!!!

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subnickduval:

[PM] No offense, Sir, but that’s not possible. I just… I need to look out for him right now, I’m sorry.

I’d argue we both care about him. But like I said, I understand where you’re coming from.

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He’s lucky to have you, you know that?

Nick USA to continue TMNT season 3 Sundays from 11th January 2015!

Following a short break, Nickelodeon USA will start to premiere more brand new episodes from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles season three Sunday mornings at 11:00am (ET/PT) from Sunday 11th January 2015! Full news on NickALive!.

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subnickduval:

[PM] Oh, I guess I see, Sir… Why didn’t you just ask him, though?

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He’s pretty sensitive right now, didn’t want to risk it. After what happened with Skylar… has he told you about that?

Okay :), I guess this is going so far! About the fandom, some people are saying that BRYKE made a korrasami kiss and NICK didn’t let them put it (because of the kids that would watch it) Now others are saying that us the FANDOM and were the ones that “forced” them (BRYKE) somehow to made korrasami canon, since they called the actors (voices) at the last moments.
NOW I WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE FUCK REALLY HAPPENED!?!
It’s really confused to me! Soo…at least an interview or whatever just BRYKE or NICK anyone just explain us this PLEASE!!
(It’s not because I’m a MAKORRA shipper! And at somehow don’t take it bad or personal KORRASAMI shippers or anyone!)

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