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Uploaded by John Goulter. the last air bender avatar the promise part 3 comic squeal Avatar The Last Airbender - The Search part terney.info Uploaded by. Aang and Katara are working tirelessly for peace when an impasse between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei over Fire Nation colonies within the borders. Avatar book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Avatar's greatest adventure continues!Aang and Katara work tirelessly.
Toph's students overhear the conversation, and upon realizing that Toph believed that they could become more than what they were, they are inspired to figure out how to metalbend, and subsequently win the match. Zuko's girlfriend Mai learns about his meetings with Ozai from Suki, who is serving as one of Zuko's bodyguards.
Upset that Zuko would keep secrets from her, Mai breaks up with him.
Shortly afterwards, Zuko learns that Kuei's army is marching towards Yu Dao. Sadly admitting that his father was right, Zuko mobilises his own forces to defend the colonists.
Aang also encounters the Yu Dao chapter of the Avatar Aang Fan Club, who had been informed of the approaching conflict by the Ba Sing Se chapter, but becomes offended when he sees the members wearing airbending master tattoos, considering this an insult against his culture.
He subsequently decides to see the Harmony Restoration Movement through to the end, believing that harmony can only be achieved when all four nations are separate, as stronger nations cannot help but hurt or make fun of weaker ones. Leaving the scene with Aang, Katara, who no longer supports the Harmony Restoration Movement, starts to explain how she saw more than just Kori and her family when she saw Yu Dao, but is interrupted by an attempt by the protesters to force entry into the city.
As Aang and Katara unsuccessfully attempt to stop the protesters, Sokka, Toph and Suki, who had warned the other two about Zuko's intentions, attempt to delay the Fire Nation forces, fearing that another war will start when the two armies meet, Despite their best efforts, Zuko's army meets up with the Earth Kingdom army led by General Hao.
Katara again manages to talk him down, and explains that when she saw the Morishitas, a family with the heritage of two different nations, she saw her and Aang's future, and asks what separating the nations will mean for the two of them. At her advice, Aang leaves the scene in order to decide on a course of action, whilst his friends and the Avatar Aang Fan Club attempt to stop the fighting.
As Aang meditates, Roku again tells Aang to think of the world above all else and fulfill his promise, revealing that he is Zuko's great-grandfather on his mother's side. Aang is horrified that Roku would consider killing his great-grandson for the sake of harmony. During the battle, Katara forces her way onto the blimp that Kuei is watching the battle from, and realizes that the Earth King is unaware of the true nature of Yu Dao, having never been there himself.
She convinces him to come down to the city and see the people who will have to live with his decisions. Believing that the Avatar has come to kill him, Zuko protests, before sadly admitting that he is doing exactly what his father would have done.
Aang instead uses his Earthbending to create a huge chasm around Yu Dao, cutting the two armies off from the city, and rescues Zuko when the latter nearly jumps into it.
He introduces Kuei to the Yu Dao resistance and explains that the Earth King is not just fighting a colony, but a new kind of world. Kuei begins to understand the situation, while Zuko, faced with the revelation that he has been in the right all along, collapses. Four days afterwards, Aang severs his connection with Roku, stating that the world is very different from when the last Avatar lived, and that he cannot think of the world without thinking of his friends, including Zuko, and Zuko wakes up from a 4-day sleep.
Zuko also apologizes for having Aang make his promise in the first place, viewing it as a way to save him from having to choose between right and wrong. Aang also tells Zuko that it is not entirely his fault and that he should have some faith in himself. Iroh also makes them both some bubble tea, which they both spit out due to the taste.
Iroh then says that he is too forward for others to appreciate his tea making. The book - and by extension, the trilogy - end with Zuko talking with his sister Azula, now incarcerated in a mental institution, about searching for their mother.
Publication[ edit ] Since the conclusion of the original series in July , fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender have demanded a more satisfying denouement in relation to the fates of the main characters. After "some conversations" with her and the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko , Yang was contracted to write three graphic novels to serve as a direct continuation of the original series.
Yang's approach to the writing of The Promise is purported to be "purist", and he has collaborated closely with DiMartino and Konietzko. The first volume of this new series of comics was released on January 25, Reception[ edit ] The Promise Part 1 has received mostly positive reviews, with Convention Scene praising Yang's portrayal of the characters.
Convention Scene also praised Gurihiru Studio's artwork, stating that it did justice to the series. Jul 02, 80 Pages. Aang and Katara are working tirelessly for peace when an impasse between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei over Fire Nation colonies within the borders of the Earth Nation threatens to plunge the world back into war! Meanwhile, Sokka must help Toph prepare her hapless first class of metalbending students to defend their school against a rival class of firebenders!
Gene Luen Yang began making comic books in the fifth grade. He has since written and drawn a number of… More about Gene Luen Yang. He has since written and drawn a number of titles. The Last Airbender Part of Avatar: The Last Airbender Category: Paperback —.
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