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    Quote Originally Posted by stubs
    Stain you're just a KataraXZuko fanboy. =P
    Naw, am more of a Aangxtoph kind of guy xD

    Meh, at Nick. I guess its too late now, since the series is over. They epic fail if they push through with the live action avatar movie. If its animated (especially robots, things like avatar, etc) let it STAY animated >.>

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    found the article here

    Approximately 6 million viewers on finale night
    according to Nielsens ratings

    Last Saturday night, on July 19th, following a week of all new new Avatar episodes entitled “Countdown to the Comet”, a movie named Sozin’s Comet: The Final Battle (4 back-to-back episodes) aired as the series conclusion to Avatar: The Last Airbender. I am now obligated to match the success of the finale on TV to the success of Batman: The Dark Knight in theatres. The reviews for Sozin’s Comet were extremely positive and hopeful. The effects on the audience were MINDBENDING.
    The massively epic finale brought massively epic ratings. According to Nielsens ratings for last week, finale night brought in almost 6 MILLION VIEWERS (the fourth highest watched thing that night…that’s pretty damn good for a kid’s show) from all over the nation, setting it as the highest watched Avatar event in history. This also made Avatar: The Last Airbender the highest watched animation feature in United States television history. Needless to say, the net international viewers for Sozin’s Comet will undoubtedly reach upwards of 10 million+ viewers, as Avatar also has a strong fan base in multiple regions of the world.
    As for Countdown to the Comet (the 6 episodes-including one movie The Boiling Rock) that aired in the week preceding the Sozin’s Comet finale, those episodes also gained around 4-5 million viewers per episode. And the most satisfying thing is that each consecutive day of that week, the viewers of each episode got larger and larger in amounts from hundreds-of-thousands to millions.
    If you haven’t caught the finale yet, check the previous page of Hybrid Fire blogs. There you’ll see a post with every Sozin’s Comet episode broken into parts.
    The Hybrid Fire community would love to thank and congratulate the cast and crew for birthing such a wonderful and ill show like Avatar: The Last Airbender. I believe the next thing Avatar-related to look forward to is 3 60-minute mini-episodes in 2009, another global game, and the live-action Avatar movie trilogy beginning July 2, 2010 with a Book 1 representation.
    Additionally, co-creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, as well as director Joaquim Dos Santos, will appear at this year’s Avatar panel at the San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) 2008 tomorrow, at 7:15 PM. It will last for about two hours. They’ll be showing Sozin’s Comet, Part 3: Into the Inferno and Sozin’s Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang, and later do alot of Q&A and fandom stuff. On Saturday, the co-creators will be available for an autograph signing. Vist comic-con.org for more details.
    Click the epic picture above to find an interview with the director of the last two episodes of Avatar, Joaquim Dos Santos, as he addresses his regrets, accomplishments, and history with Avatar.




    Very nice

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    I don't think it was rushed (the Ba Sing Sei destruction bit seemed like deus ex machina to bring the fight to immediate necessity) but I do think the show could have been longer. The Ember Island Players was just filler that could be used to smooth out the gradient up to the climactic fight...

    Imho this show would be impossible to do live action tho.


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    Live action movie...I shall boycott this as well as the Cowboy Bebop live action movie. =.="
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    I agree with SD and Live actions most of the time fail >_>
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    Quote Originally Posted by StealDragon View Post
    I don't think it was rushed (the Ba Sing Sei destruction bit seemed like deus ex machina to bring the fight to immediate necessity) but I do think the show could have been longer. The Ember Island Players was just filler that could be used to smooth out the gradient up to the climactic fight...

    Imho this show would be impossible to do live action tho.
    The important part of the ember island players episode was to make the and the characters realise that they could lose and that that would make some people rather happy. If was to give the "what if"


    The following is a Spoiler, duuuuuuuuuuuh,



    I did love Azula and don't think they could have ended it with her better, but I don't get why Katara had to beat her, and even then why she didn't use blood bending. Don't give me that she didn't have enough time, if she could water bend she could blood bend. She had no problem using it on the ship. Damn her convenient morales.

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    I saw the Q&A from the producers and Avatar pretty much ends with ep321. We won't find out what happens to Zuko's mother and the live action movie is just a remake of Book 1 (thought it was a continuation).

    Epic fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizabubble View Post
    The important part of the ember island players episode was to make the and the characters realise that they could lose and that that would make some people rather happy. If was to give the "what if"


    The following is a Spoiler, duuuuuuuuuuuh,



    I did love Azula and don't think they could have ended it with her better, but I don't get why Katara had to beat her, and even then why she didn't use blood bending. Don't give me that she didn't have enough time, if she could water bend she could blood bend. She had no problem using it on the ship. Damn her convenient morales.
    Azula's ending was fine, but there was no follow up and it didn't make any sense that she couldn't break free from chains...

    Lots of plot holes, considering she's only supposed to be able to blood bend on a full moon. Plus she was just a bit shocked from how crazy she had gone I suppose, but it wasn't develop that well imo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie View Post
    I saw the Q&A from the producers and Avatar pretty much ends with ep321. We won't find out what happens to Zuko's mother and the live action movie is just a remake of Book 1 (thought it was a continuation).

    Epic fail.
    My bet is on them making a spin off, something with a lame title like "Zuko's Quest" to continue the series since it's popularity is so high.
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    yeah i did find it odd that they showed what happened to Zuko's father, but not what became of dear sweet-hearted Azula.

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