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'The Legend Of Korra' Graphic Novel Series Gets A Name & Release Month

Written by sdsichero on Wednesday, October 05 2016 and posted in News with Benefits

'The Legend Of Korra' Graphic Novel Series Gets A Name & Release Month

It will be a while… There's a way you can re-watch the series in the meantime…


The Legend of Korra was the follow up to the popular Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series on Nickelodeon. The series ended in 2014 with the blooming relationship between Korra and Asami leaving many fans wanting more. In July 2015, fans were given hope for the story continuing in the form of a comic series, but it's been pretty silent on that front since then (though Korra was in Dark Horse's Free Comic Book Day 2016 offering).

Well Korra fans rejoice, the graphic novel is back in the news and the three-part series has a title: The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars.

Turf Wars is set to pick up right where the series left off, as Korra and Asami return from the spirit world to find Republic City in disarray. The new spirit portal has caused no end of chaos, as a pompous developer plans to turn it into an amusement park and the triads reunite just in time to cause trouble for the city’s many evacuees.


Animated series co-creator and Turf describes the upcoming graphic novel series:

"Korra has to figure out how to find a new balance in the city with all this stuff that’s gone on" … "It’s gonna take place right after the finale, so it’s focusing on Korra and Asami’s relationship as a new threat emerges. It’s kind of like the aftermath dealing with the new portal in the city, and all the evacuees coming back to find their homes wiped out cause of the portal."


legendofkorraturfwars.jpgThe Legend of Korra: Turf Wars promotional art by Heather Campbell


The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars will be written by Michael DiMartino (with input by animated series co-creator Bryan Konietzko) and art by Irene Koh. The first part is due on the shelves June 2017.

Yeesh, sorry Korra fans. Well, it's been a while since Korra aired, perhaps you can pass some of that time by watching or re-watching the animated series. If you didn't record the series previously, you can buy The Legend of Korra - The Complete Series when it is released in both Blu-ray and DVD versions on December 13. Pricing and further details were not released.






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Sdsichero is Asian and he likes anime. He should write more articles.






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