After the cliffhanger at the end of part one, Civil Wars Part 2 had no choice but to bring all the tensions to the surface. The first thing I noticed was how different Korra is starting to behave. As her parents were locked up and put into the police vehicles, she channeled her concerns and didn’t resort to violence and free her parents or even stop them from being arrested.
We pick up in the third episode with Unalaq’s troops making themselves at home in the southern tribe lands. Tensions are rising as the northern soldiers butt heads with the southern tribes people, and Korra starts losing the popular vote trying to remain a neutral party. As a result she is also at odds with her father who is also just trying to keep the peace. On the other end
It seems like just yesterday we were all worried about whether or not there would be a follow up season to The Legend of Korra: Book 1. Then, on one of the most ominous dates on the calendar, Korra makes her return to our televisions with a brand new Book 2. Ok so we knew it was coming and the return wasn’t as sudden as I made it out to
Earlier this week we saw the leaked footage, but Disney/Marvel decided to just go ahead and give us the official HD teaser. Avengers: Age of Ultron doesn’t hit theaters until 2015 so a teaser at this point is just for the goosebumps and the bottom-of-the-hill climb to massive advertising dump that happens 3-4 months before and up to the release. I for one got the goosebumps part already. The teaser