Mysterious disappearan of Zuko and Azula's motherWarning: Spoilers! If you still want to press on, you'll experience the first few pages of the search for Zuko's mother. Get a sneak peek inside with Buzzfeed's exclusive access! While The Promise has concluded, the story of Aang and his friends is far from over.More Like This
Written and drawn by the same team that produced The Promise in collaboration with the creators of Avatar and Korra, this graphic novel will continue to bridge the gap between the two series.
Due out in April of next year, The Search follows Aang, Katara, and the rest of the gang as they search out answers to the mysterious disappearance of Zuko and Azula's mother. Pre-Order it now! http://www.amazon.com/dp/1616550546/?tag=buzz0f-20
book 2 sneak peak.So Bad-ass looking!More Like This
from bryan konietzko’s tumblr post http://bryankonietzko.tumblr.com/post/43200330653/being-at-a-color-correction-session-for-book-2
MoonlightTitle: MoonlightMore Like This
Genre: Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Pairing: MAKORRA, one sided MASAMI
Disclaimer: I own nothing, but I'm secretly hoping for some fan art .
Summary: The boat ride to the South Pole after her bending is taken away.
She hadn't left his side in five days and honestly Asami couldn't blame her. Being a non-bender, she couldn't feel the elements like all of her bender friends, but she couldn't imagine suddenly losing all of the connections that Korra had lost.
It was heart breaking to watch Korra try to be strong which at the end of the day had her crying in the arms of the firebending boy that held both of their hearts. The problem with being on a boat in the middle of the ocean was the lack of privacy and Korra would hold out until the dead of night when everybody was asleep, she would escape into the privacy of the night let her emotions fall. Usually Mako would get up and follow her to comfort her and usually would end up carrying her back
The One with the EyesMore Like This
Just a few months and it was already so hard. Mako sat next to his 6 year old brother. They had been on the streets for 4 short months, and they were broke and winter was slowly approaching. They needed as many yuans as they could get for anything that could keep them warm during the harsh winter nights.
Bolin taught his new found friend, Pabu, as he called him, some tricks and left a jar beside him. Most people walked by and ignored them, some nicer ones dropped a few yuans. Everytime one of these people came by, Bolin yelled "Thank you, kind sir!" in his high, squeaky voice. Mako sat there staring at the jar and folded his arms across his chest.
"Bolin, we need money for the winter. I'm sorry, bro, this isn't going to be enough."
Bolin pouted out his lip.
"Maybe I can run more numbers for the Triple Threats "
"No, Mako, I don't like when you leave for there. Those Triple Threats are some nasty dudes."
"Bolin, how else are we supposed to get money? I can't work at Narook's anymor
Water Tribe FolkloreTitle: FolkloreMore Like This
Disclaimer: I own nothing
Summary: Korra tells Ikki an old water tribe story.
Korra was tired.
She had just got back from a long week of grown up meetings in Ba Sing Se and physically, mentally, and emotionally, she was exhausted. It was late at night and the dormitories were silent as she padded up to her room. Slowly she slid the door open to see that her bed was occupied and she smiled softly as she pulled the door shut behind her.
The moon lit up the room and made the sleeping figure's face glow, his face free of worry and childlike. She quickly stripped down to an undershirt and shorts before she crawled into bed with him, almost immediately he lifted his arm and wrapped it tightly around her. "I've missed you." He said, his voice heavy with sleep.
She tucked herself deeper into him and entwined their fingers together. "I didn't mean to wake you." She whispered.
Mako pressed a small kiss to her