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When Katara and Sokka return home to the Southern Water Tribe, they are shocked to find that it has gone from a small village to a bustling city! Malina, a Northerner, is behind the change and plans to unify the two groups, but Gilak, a Southerner, leads a fierce rebellion to stop her. In the face of these two opposing tribes, Katara will have to make peace with her nostal When Katara and Sokka return home to the Southern Water Tribe, they are shocked to find that it has gone from a small village to a bustling city! Malina, a Northerner, is behind the change and plans to unify the two groups, but Gilak, a Southerner, leads a fierce rebellion to stop her. In the face of these two opposing tribes, Katara will have to make peace with her nostalgia and distrust to save the home she loves from being permanently torn apart. This special, oversized edition of Avatar: the Last Airbender -- North and South features volumes 1-3 with annotations by writer Gene Luen Yang and artists Gurihiru, as well as a sketchbook section with new, behind-the-scenes material!


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When Katara and Sokka return home to the Southern Water Tribe, they are shocked to find that it has gone from a small village to a bustling city! Malina, a Northerner, is behind the change and plans to unify the two groups, but Gilak, a Southerner, leads a fierce rebellion to stop her. In the face of these two opposing tribes, Katara will have to make peace with her nostal When Katara and Sokka return home to the Southern Water Tribe, they are shocked to find that it has gone from a small village to a bustling city! Malina, a Northerner, is behind the change and plans to unify the two groups, but Gilak, a Southerner, leads a fierce rebellion to stop her. In the face of these two opposing tribes, Katara will have to make peace with her nostalgia and distrust to save the home she loves from being permanently torn apart. This special, oversized edition of Avatar: the Last Airbender -- North and South features volumes 1-3 with annotations by writer Gene Luen Yang and artists Gurihiru, as well as a sketchbook section with new, behind-the-scenes material!

30 review for Avatar: The Last Airbender North and South Comics Book Nickelodeon Avatar

  1. 4 out of 5

    Book Roast

    I'm so sad this is the final comic collection in the series! I have so much love for Avatar, which, I have no doubt, influenced the rating of this. The art is, as always, stunning. STUNNING. However, I always found the water tribe focused stories a bit less interesting to me and thus found the story a bit lacking. It followed the usual path of conflict, however I did love the focus on politics (progress vs tradition) without involving religion. I thought that was brilliant. I still found the sto I'm so sad this is the final comic collection in the series! I have so much love for Avatar, which, I have no doubt, influenced the rating of this. The art is, as always, stunning. STUNNING. However, I always found the water tribe focused stories a bit less interesting to me and thus found the story a bit lacking. It followed the usual path of conflict, however I did love the focus on politics (progress vs tradition) without involving religion. I thought that was brilliant. I still found the story a bit predictable, didn’t really feel intrigued at all. But seeing all the characters again still made me all nostalgic so I can’t help but love this. Lower end of 4 stars for sure, but come on. It’s Avatar. Can’t believe it’s actually truly over, I’m tear bending, help.

  2. 5 out of 5

    April (Aprilius Maximus)

    1.) The Promise ★★★★.5 2.) The Search ★★★★.5 3.) The Rift ★★★★ 4.) Smoke and Shadow ★★★★.5 5.) North and South ★★★★.5 ----------------------------------------------- This was so good. You can see so many parallels to the real world in this entire series and in this one especially. We have the Southern Water Tribe, who are in a transition period between the old and the new and everything that comes with it (technology, working with other nations to grow their civilisation and the struggles that some pe 1.) The Promise ★★★★.5 2.) The Search ★★★★.5 3.) The Rift ★★★★ 4.) Smoke and Shadow ★★★★.5 5.) North and South ★★★★.5 ----------------------------------------------- This was so good. You can see so many parallels to the real world in this entire series and in this one especially. We have the Southern Water Tribe, who are in a transition period between the old and the new and everything that comes with it (technology, working with other nations to grow their civilisation and the struggles that some people have with that). It's hard reading about some of these people who are so narrow-minded and so set in their old ways that they refuse to live and work with people from other nations, even if it's necessary in order to move forward. It's really sad, and something that we have to deal with in our world too.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This comic continues to be a great continuation of the TV show, but I really wish Aang and Katara would stop calling each other "sweetie." It makes all of my insides cringe. This comic continues to be a great continuation of the TV show, but I really wish Aang and Katara would stop calling each other "sweetie." It makes all of my insides cringe.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mrinmayi

    I am gonna HOPE that the next comic is better *sighs* I was disappointed by the previous book BUT this book disappointed me, even more, I am waiting for this comic series to regain its honor!! And TBH I was *shocked* I am a water bender So obviously I was *excited* to be back with the water tribe BUT what happened was..I got bored Never thought AtLA could be predictable !! If you have seen this series you might now that it has the BEST plot twist in the history of TV series BUT this book was sooooooo pre I am gonna HOPE that the next comic is better *sighs* I was disappointed by the previous book BUT this book disappointed me, even more, I am waiting for this comic series to regain its honor!! And TBH I was *shocked* I am a water bender So obviously I was *excited* to be back with the water tribe BUT what happened was..I got bored Never thought AtLA could be predictable !! If you have seen this series you might now that it has the BEST plot twist in the history of TV series BUT this book was sooooooo predictable and repetitive !! To sum to this book in one meme:| Yup!!! Thats it!! And why the heck did Sokka not making any jokes??!! I AM MISSING SOKKA'S SENSE OF HUMOR!!! Calm down Sokka!! I KNOW you deserve better!! *sighs* Onto the next book!!! Lets hope its better!!*fingers crossed*

  5. 4 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    I'm seeing the trend by now: the Gaang arrives to an old place, finds a new factory or something planted in there, gets involved in a struggle between progress and tradition, the villain is always on the latter side, ends on a bittersweet note with nothing really resolved. Characters and situations change, but otherwise it's mostly the same. Taken in a vacuum, Inbalance pulled this off probably the best - while North and South was likely the worst. Still a few good jokes, though. I'm seeing the trend by now: the Gaang arrives to an old place, finds a new factory or something planted in there, gets involved in a struggle between progress and tradition, the villain is always on the latter side, ends on a bittersweet note with nothing really resolved. Characters and situations change, but otherwise it's mostly the same. Taken in a vacuum, Inbalance pulled this off probably the best - while North and South was likely the worst. Still a few good jokes, though.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Himanshu Karmacharya

    The conflict between progress and tradition is the major theme explored in this book. Though, this theme is not new in Avatar Universe, Gene Luen Yang has still managed to make the book interesting, accompanied by beautiful artwork from Michael Dante DiMartino.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    I finished these too fast and now I’m sad

  8. 4 out of 5

    milou ☕️

    I have often wondered how drastically the South Pole would have changed since Katara and Sokka left it to help Aang and this time we finally get an answer to it. Modernisation has found its way to the South Pole and Katara and Sokko are having difficulty with finding the place where they have grown up at. That paints a picture of how radically everything has changed. It's kind of odd to me to see the South Pole resembling the architectural style of the North Pole because I had always imagined tha I have often wondered how drastically the South Pole would have changed since Katara and Sokka left it to help Aang and this time we finally get an answer to it. Modernisation has found its way to the South Pole and Katara and Sokko are having difficulty with finding the place where they have grown up at. That paints a picture of how radically everything has changed. It's kind of odd to me to see the South Pole resembling the architectural style of the North Pole because I had always imagined that the modernisation wouldn't be effecting the South Pole to that extend, but I was proven wrong. It seems modernisation finds everything in the Avatar Universe. I can totally understand why Katara is having issues with adjusting to the place where she has grown up, which doesn't look anything like it anymore. It will made you feel out of your element. Now I'm kind of sad that I've finished all of these Avatar comics because it is something that I can never tire from. Books in the series: 1: Avatar: The Last Airbender #1 ★★★★★ 2: Avatar: The Last Airbender #2 ★★★★★ 3: Avatar: The Last Airbender #3 ★★★★★ 4: Avatar: The Last Airbender #4 ★★★ ↠ Genre: The Avatar the Last Airbender Universe, Comics ↠ Pov: Multiple ↠ Type: Book 5 out of ? in the Avatar the Last Airbender series ↠ Rating: 4,5 stars Twitter | Instagram | Youtube | Last.fm

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alyson Stone

    Book: Avatar: The Last Airbender: North and South Author: Gene Luen Yang Rating: 4 Out of 5 Stars This is another difficult one to rate. I did enjoy it, but I wasn’t completely wowed by it. it feels like these graphic novels have kind of fallen into the same formula. It feels like we are just writing these for the sake of keeping the world going. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still having a great time reading them, but it feels like we are losing a lot of the momentum behind them. I really did find the f Book: Avatar: The Last Airbender: North and South Author: Gene Luen Yang Rating: 4 Out of 5 Stars This is another difficult one to rate. I did enjoy it, but I wasn’t completely wowed by it. it feels like these graphic novels have kind of fallen into the same formula. It feels like we are just writing these for the sake of keeping the world going. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still having a great time reading them, but it feels like we are losing a lot of the momentum behind them. I really did find the focus on the water tribe a lot less interesting than some of the other places that we have been. I have never really felt a strong connection to the water tribes. I have always been more connected to the fire and earth parts of the world. Still, I am glad that we got to go home with Sokka and Katara. I’m still happy that the world is still experiencing the aftereffects of the world and that not everything is okay. I really do appreciate that the authors are doing this. I like that the Southern Water Tribe has changed. Sokka and Katara have to deal with these changes and it’s jarring. Think about returning home after a long journey and when you come back things are completely different. That’s what Sokka and Katara are dealing with. When they come back, they find that their home has completely changed. It’s not the little village that they left behind, but is now, in fact, a city. We get to see them be kind of torn between holding onto the old ways and maybe moving forward. We also see how people from the past have changed. I liked getting to see the whole North vs South. Both sides really did put out good points and I really could see why both believed what they were doing was right. I also liked getting to see all of the nations come together again and work together to work this out. It was great getting to see this again. I love seeing how far everyone has come since the start of the series. No, this wasn’t my favourite, but it’s still worth the read. With that being said, I do hope that these graphic novels don’t go on for much longer. I do kind of feel like we are losing the story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Blake the Book Eater

    https://youtu.be/-6in3gffH4w Gene Luen Yang finished off his run on the Avatar comics in high form. North and South focuses on a conflict that is explored in Korra season 2, but gets its important start here: the conflict between the Northern and Southern water tribes. This also explains how the Southern water tribe grew in the 70 years between the two shows! More importantly however, this series gives us great characters, great conflict, and a insanely compelling story. I’m sad this was the end o https://youtu.be/-6in3gffH4w Gene Luen Yang finished off his run on the Avatar comics in high form. North and South focuses on a conflict that is explored in Korra season 2, but gets its important start here: the conflict between the Northern and Southern water tribes. This also explains how the Southern water tribe grew in the 70 years between the two shows! More importantly however, this series gives us great characters, great conflict, and a insanely compelling story. I’m sad this was the end of Yang’s run on the Avatar comics because I felt like he truly captured the Gaang’s voices and created some of the most memorable arcs in the Avatar series!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Charisse

    I love the A:TLA universe so, so much, and highly recommend reading the comics to those fans who haven’t picked them up yet!

  12. 5 out of 5

    rain

    well this was a fun read as usual! i loved seeing earth king kuei and bosco once again. and of course the gaang is complete here (in part three at least) my heart overflows 😭

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amelia Oswald

    Returned to the Northern Tribe because after a little time it has become a freaking city. There is a group that is too bitter for change and think it would erase their culture so they try to sabotage. That is when the Avatar gang show up and fix it. I enjoy this story, I think it's good to see how Katara and Sokka's tribe has been doing after the war. Returned to the Northern Tribe because after a little time it has become a freaking city. There is a group that is too bitter for change and think it would erase their culture so they try to sabotage. That is when the Avatar gang show up and fix it. I enjoy this story, I think it's good to see how Katara and Sokka's tribe has been doing after the war.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ba Crofts

    Excellent conclusion to the comics, but I still wish there were more!

  15. 4 out of 5

    luciana

    bitch i'm tearbending bitch i'm tearbending

  16. 5 out of 5

    Aldi

    Yay: -Amazing art! The South Pole is always so restful for the eyes with all those soothing blues, and the architecture was beautiful. -Team Avatar together again! (I'd missed Toph) -The Dark One. That guy cracks me up. -Fun action scenes. I love how well this series translates from the screen to graphic novel format. -I liked all the industrialisation stuff, and how they handled the "you can't go home again" theme. Nay: -Waaayy too many "sweetie"s. This is the most ridiculous relationship ever, honest Yay: -Amazing art! The South Pole is always so restful for the eyes with all those soothing blues, and the architecture was beautiful. -Team Avatar together again! (I'd missed Toph) -The Dark One. That guy cracks me up. -Fun action scenes. I love how well this series translates from the screen to graphic novel format. -I liked all the industrialisation stuff, and how they handled the "you can't go home again" theme. Nay: -Waaayy too many "sweetie"s. This is the most ridiculous relationship ever, honestly. -Story was kinda corny, but oh well. -Way too many Korra spoilers in the annotations, oy. Overall it wasn't as emotionally engaging as some of the previous comics or the show, but it was good fun and very pretty.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    As with the previous comic, I really liked it. The plot was predictable, but it’s okay. The discussions about the Southern Water Tribe and the Northern Water Tribe were amazing and they talked about the effects of the war and the conflicts between the tribes. I would have loved to see the expansion of why the North didn’t aid the South during the war even though they were sister-tribes, so I hope in the future we get to see that. The conflict between tribes is still alive in Legend of Korra, but As with the previous comic, I really liked it. The plot was predictable, but it’s okay. The discussions about the Southern Water Tribe and the Northern Water Tribe were amazing and they talked about the effects of the war and the conflicts between the tribes. I would have loved to see the expansion of why the North didn’t aid the South during the war even though they were sister-tribes, so I hope in the future we get to see that. The conflict between tribes is still alive in Legend of Korra, but right now I don’t remember if they actually mention why the North didn’t help. Overall it was a great comic from a great world with greater characters! I’m ready to dive into Imbalance!

  18. 4 out of 5

    aidrielle

    gilak was supposed to be the villain throughout this whole story but tbh i agree with him and his beliefs, if not his actions. i know imperialism and benevolent assimilation when i see it--the northern water tribesmen are elitists and borderline colonizers. on another note, though, these stories just show how complex this avatar world is. it's incredible. gilak was supposed to be the villain throughout this whole story but tbh i agree with him and his beliefs, if not his actions. i know imperialism and benevolent assimilation when i see it--the northern water tribesmen are elitists and borderline colonizers. on another note, though, these stories just show how complex this avatar world is. it's incredible.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janneke

    I can't get over the fact that Aang and Katara call eachother sweetie?? Why of all pet names did they chose sweetie?? I can't get over the fact that Aang and Katara call eachother sweetie?? Why of all pet names did they chose sweetie??

  20. 4 out of 5

    natalia

    this was lowkey deep and relevant to the conflicts we face in today's world... rlly enjoyed it <3 this was lowkey deep and relevant to the conflicts we face in today's world... rlly enjoyed it <3

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lucas LeMaster

    For some reason, these graphic novels are the only things that I can stand to read at the moment. I need to get out of this reading funk.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I don't want them to be over! I don't want them to be over!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Edyta

    Seeing all the characters slowly evolving and growing up just warms my heart. I feel like a proud mother (if that even makes sense lol)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    This was such a great finish to this run of ATLA. And it really started to show the conflicts building to what we saw in Legend of Korra. 5 out of 5

  25. 4 out of 5

    olivia

    3.5 stars because I lose years off my life when Katara and Aang call each other "sweetie" 3.5 stars because I lose years off my life when Katara and Aang call each other "sweetie"

  26. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Really interesting exploration of sustainable development and paternalism.

  27. 4 out of 5

    dale

    ahh i love this crew :))

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Didn’t enjoy this one as much but it did make me hungry 😋

  29. 4 out of 5

    Roma

    6.5/10 Ok, so this was the weakest but it was still really enjoyable. I'm relieved to hear that there's more Avatar content coming up in 2021 6.5/10 Ok, so this was the weakest but it was still really enjoyable. I'm relieved to hear that there's more Avatar content coming up in 2021

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I really love this comic. It was very political but didn't really give an answer. It let the reader make its own opinions and own positions through the different point of view of the characters. I really love this comic. It was very political but didn't really give an answer. It let the reader make its own opinions and own positions through the different point of view of the characters.

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