Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Lost Adventures (Avatar: The Last Airbender)

by May Chan

Gurihiru (Illustrator) and Various (Illustrator)

4 of 5 stars 1 rating • 1 review • 1 shelved
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Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Lost Adventures (Avatar: The Last Airbender)

by May Chan

Gurihiru (Illustrator) and Various (Illustrator)

4 of 5 stars 1 rating • 1 review • 1 shelved
For three years, millions of eager fans tuned in to watch new episodes of Nickelodeon's hit animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Ever since, fans have been hungry for more—and now their wait is finally over!

This volume collects the long-out-of-print, fan-favorite comics previously published in Nickelodeon Magazine and with the Airbender DVDs, plus over seventy brand-new comics pages. That's twenty-six stories set in Airbender continuity, by a host of top-notch talent, many of whom worked on the original animated series!

* A must-have for any Airbender fan!

* Twenty-six in-continuity stories, plus bonus content!

* The latest release in an ongoing partnership between Nickelodeon and Dark Horse, to bring you the very best in Airbender books!
  • ISBN10 159582748X
  • ISBN13 9781595827487
  • Publish Date 14 June 2011
  • Publish Status Active
  • Publish Country US
  • Imprint Dark Horse Comics,U.S.
  • Format Paperback (US Trade)
  • Pages 240
  • Language English

Reviews

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Quirky Cat 4 of 5 stars

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Lost Adventures is a massive collection of short stories from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, I was inspired to read through as much of the comics as possible. So far, it's been absolutely worth it!

For perspective, there are literally twenty-six stories in this collection. It's a lot to go through, but also totally worth it. They vary from being quick, short, and happier moments, to deeper and more integrated stories, tying in with larger plots or events.

Though more often than not, they really are just quick vignettes from the world and characters. Obviously, there's nothing wrong with that. I know I enjoyed it, though admittedly I did like some of the stories more than others (not all that surprising, really).

What I loved about this collection is that it seemed to give a moment to each of the primary characters. Not just the core of Team Avatar, but many of the secondary characters as well. And yes, that does include Momo and Appa! So have no fear on that front.

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