I really wish Aaron Ehasz had more interviews & had as much camera time as Bryke & the voice actors, I know that's not how it works usually only the creators & actors get that privilege, that's how the entertainment business goes, writers don't get that much attention, but it would've been nice if Ehasz got that, he would've shared more of his ideas & talked more about the show, then more people will understand more about the true direction the story was supposed to go instead of what Bryke says
I agree. I would die to see a completely open and honest interview with him. He was the head writer and it is annoying that Bryke always get all the credit for how good ATLA’s story was. After reading the comics, that credit is completely undeserved. The only real interview I could find with Ehasz was about the live-action movie. He sounded kind of irritated:
While Ehasz was responsible for crafting the characters millions watched, he was left out of the creative process of the film. “I made up the middle of this movie and the ending of this movie, and I have zero credit on this movie,” he said.
Regardless of his involvement in the film, Ehasz said he hopes “the characters I built come through in this movie, regardless of casting.”
“I hope this is a huge artistic success. I hope that fans who watched the show get something out of it. I hope that this is a way that the show lives on and comes stronger,” he said.