its funny to me that people always draw korra and asami having a cute clean apartment or asami having a nice fancy spotless office like i love those girls but they were both raised with a lot of privilege and people taking care of them and if you think for a second korra knows how to do laundry you got another thing coming they probably do dishes like once a week baskets of unfolded clothes everywhere asamis office looks like a bomb went off 24/7 they live in a busy messy environment and theyre both just too exhausted to care
The tips of Asami’s fingers were always cold. Korra loved the cold.
Korra could feel them resting against her knuckles as they made their way down the street. Asami gestured with her free hand as she explained the thermodynamic-something-or-other of the engine-thingy—Korra had given up trying to understand the moment Asami had mentioned physics, but still listened with rapt attention. When Asami got going about her work, the way her eyes lit up and the small smiles that punctuated every sentence made Korra’s heart swell in her chest.
“You have indeed felt a great loss, but love is a form of energy, and it swirls around us. The Air Nomads’ Aang’s love for you has not left this world. It is still inside of your heart, and is reborn in the form of new love.”
The announcement of the upcoming graphic novel brought up all sorts of old feels, so in commemoration of the continuing story, I decided to break my own heart. Enjoy.
“Korra has to figure out how to find a new balance in the city with all this stuff that’s gone on,” DiMartino recently told EW. “It’s gonna take place right after the finale, so it’s focusing on Korra and Asami’s relationship as a new threat emerges. It’s kind of like the aftermath dealing with the new portal in the city, and all the evacuees coming back to find their homes wiped out because of the portal.” [x]