Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Irene Koh Illustrator. Relishing their newfound feelings for each other, Korra and Asami leave the Spirit World.
A pompous developer plans to turn the new spirit portal into an amusement park, potentially severing an already tumultuous connection with the spirits. What's more, the triads have realigned Relishing their newfound feelings for each other, Korra and Asami leave the Spirit World.
What's more, the triads have realigned and are in a brutal all-out brawl at the city's borders - where hundreds of evacuees have relocated! In order to get through it all, Korra and Asami vow to look out for each other - but first, they've got to get better at being a team and a couple! Get A Copy. Paperback , 76 pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Legend of Korra , please sign up. Mia U can get it from many books stores :.
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View all 24 comments. One, because the Avatar Universe is my favourite fantasy world.. I've not rewatched a tv show as much as I've rewatched Avatar, and any chance at slipping back into the world was one I was going to take Two, because Korrasami.
I love them so much, and to see two bisexual women of colour depicted in a loving relationship is honestly rare. But it makes me so happy! And I wanted to see how their romance would continue after the sweet but entirely too short ending of The Legend of Korra this was literally everything I wanted.
I mean check this out! So I definitely got all the cute and the kisses I needed, and expected. I basically just went into this wanting Korrasami, and to see all the Gang back together and I got all of that, so I was stoked. But genuinely, I think developing the world to be more considering of how sexuality works, and building more explicit sexuality into characters both old and new was such a great thing for this world. For me though, Avatar's appeal has always been it it's characters and world so it didn't actually bother me too much. And I expect that the action will be more prominent in following Parts.
Thats what I came here for and that is what I got, and honestly I loved this so much and I can't wait for the next parts to be released Book one of SapphicAThon complete! Can we talk about how I've finished three books today holy shit View all 7 comments. Jun 20, Sana rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , young-adult , fantasy , i-have-a-heart , badass-chicks , kill-this-character-pls. Ahhhhhhhh honestly we need more stories about girls falling in love with each other instead of fighting over the guy.
RTC after I'm done crying over everything that is Avatar. View 2 comments. Oct 14, TinTin Kalaw rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy-adventure , recommend , comics-graphic-novels. My Korrasami reactions aside, I like how the story is setting up for the conflicts arising due to the new spirit portal. In a way, it'll look like a great parallel on they way humans and spirits interact during The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars, Part 1 immediately picks up after the ending of the TV series. In a way, it'll look like a great parallel on they way humans and spirits interact during Korra's time versus Avatar Wan's a.
View 1 comment. Jul 13, emma rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , fantasy , graphic-novel , lgbtqiap-plus , sapphic , poc-rep.
This short graphic novel picks up where the show left off—Asami and Korra have left Republic City behind for a short vacation in the Spirit World. A lot of the plot in this one focuses on showing Korra and Asami at the start of their relationship. Basically, I love these girls with all my heart and I cannot fucking wait for the second issue!!! View all 4 comments. Jun 25, Jahanzaib Asim rated it really liked it.
And not everyone is going to see it that way. The artwork is absolutely stunning. I was legit staring in amazement at some of the illustrations for a full minute. The art by Irene Koh and the colouring by Vivian Ng is utterly perfect..
Aug 10, The Sapphic Nerd rated it it was amazing. You mean "Legend of Korrasami" right? I'm thrilled at how balanced and healthy the relationship between Korra and Asami is portrayed. There are kisses, a talk about when they realized they had romantic feelings for each other, telling parents and friends they're a couple, and the two working together as well as complementing each other's skill sets and being supportive.
There's a tiny bit of tension of course, because Korra's still naturally impulsive and a hothead, but it's corrected right away You mean "Legend of Korrasami" right? There's a tiny bit of tension of course, because Korra's still naturally impulsive and a hothead, but it's corrected right away and doesn't escalate because Asami is so even tempered. Oh, and I adored Kya before but I'm even more in love with her now!
It's more than what I expected to get and I'm so grateful and excited for more! Sep 09, Ashley rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , graphic-novels-and-comics , wishlist , television , urban-fantasy , lgbtqia. I don't know about the rest of you, but I miss Legend of Korra so freaking much. Every couple of years, I get this insatiable urge to rewatch Avatar: The Last Airbender , and ever since Korra ended in , I've folded them in together as one big rewatch.
I find them both so lovely and comforting and fun and beautiful. I've also been reading Gene Luen Yang's official comics continuations of Aang and the gang, and really enjoying them, so you bet your ass when I heard that there would be an I don't know about the rest of you, but I miss Legend of Korra so freaking much.
I've also been reading Gene Luen Yang's official comics continuations of Aang and the gang, and really enjoying them, so you bet your ass when I heard that there would be an official comics continuation of Korra , and written by one of the show's co-creators, no less, I've been waiting for it like a little kid on Christmas.
The library finally got a copy to me last month, and after I read it twice in a row , I immediately started rewatching Avatar: TLA. I'd finished both series within the week.
Which is all to say, this book felt like Korra in all the ways that matter. But better because Dark Horse doesn't care Like Nickelodeon did if they show girls kissing and explicitly mention same sex relationships. The comic picks up right where we left off, with the newly relationshipped Korra and Asami heading off for a romantic vacation in the spirit world.
They just go for it right away with all the Korrasami up in there, and I was just like yesssss, and had to put the book down for a bit to calm down. Actually, there's a whole part later where Kya is talking to Asami and Korra about her first girlfriend and they discuss the different tribes' attitudes regarding sexuality, and it was so interesting. In case you're curious: the Water Tribe doesn't really care who you love, as long as you don't talk about your relationships publically, and they are private about sexuality in general; the Fire Nation didn't used to care at all, but Ozai and such made it taboo during the war because fascism, and only during Zuko's reign was it made legal again; the Earth Kingdom was historically the most resistant and traditional and while open condemnation was rare, it did happen; and the Air Nation big surprise here was openly accepting of any type of relationship.
Avatar Kyoshi was totally bi! And now I will talk about something other than sex. As for the actual storyline, Korra and Asami come home early from their spirit world vacation and immediately have to start dealing with the fallout from the creation of the new spirit portal being and all the refugees created by the battle with Kuvira in the finale.
This all felt very much like a beginning, and I'm not sure where it's going, but for now I'm just happy to have Korra and Tenzin, Bolin, Meeko, Jinora, Asami, Varrick and Zhu Li, Su Lin and Lin and all the Beifongs back in my life, and I shall continue to assume what's coming will be awesome. Though it's pretty hard to top the greatness of season three, let's be honest. I read this three times before I finally gave it back to the library. Looks like the next issue won't be out until and that is unacceptable.
Oh, and look at Mako's face when he finds out his two ex-girlfriends are now dating each other: Priceless. Oct 03, Katie.