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Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise

March 16, 2013

the promiseHello everyone and welcome to The D-Dan Reviews!!! Sorry I haven’t posted anything in a while, but today I’m coming at you with a special review on a TV/comic book called Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise. For those of you who don’t know, Avatar The Last Airbender was a show before it became a movie. The series follows the adventures of protagonist twelve-year-old Aang (The Avatar) and his friends, who must bring peace and unity to the world by ending the Fire Lord’s war against the other three nations: earth, water, and air. Well at the end of this show the fan base was extremely high, but the show ended with a unsatisfying cliff hanger (Not to mention, a dreadful movie!) and I was very disappointed. About 2 years later, they came out with a comic picking up right where the show left off.

Now I’m doing this review for two reasons. One, the next series of Avatar comics is about to come out and two, I just finished reading parts one, two, and three and I loved them! Now if you’re a fan of the Avatar series, and haven’t read these comics, you’re going to want to read them. They are truly amazing and just as good as the show.

Before I get into the details, let me tell you now that if you haven’t seen the show, you need to watch that first. It’s great for kids, funny, intellectual, and action packed. If you’ve seen the show and don’t like the show then this review is not for you. If you don’t like the show you won’t like the comic. Now, for the fans, the comic makes you feel like your watching the next season of Avatar. It really does! It still has all the humor, the anticipation, and action that the show has, and it’s better because the kids are older and Aang is a full-fledged Avatar.

If there’s only one downfall to a comic compared to the show, it’s that the action isn’t as good because you have to picture all the movements happening. You also have to imagine the show’s great soundtrack. Other than that, the comic is great. But what really impressed me and had me on the edge of my seat was the story. Phenomenal! It was truly amazing. The story had you encased in the Avatar’s new adventures and wanting more and more and more!

All in all I’d give the comic a NUCLEAR. It was just that great. Great for kids, great for teens, and great if you’re looking for a great story. I even got my dad, a person who doesn’t even like cartoons, to watch this. All I can say is that it was just that good .Well that’s it, come back next Friday for another review. Until then, this is The D-Dan Reviews.

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