Someone added these really old drawings of Indian!Dangerous Ladies to every A:TLA group on Deviantart recently, and suddenly they’re getting a lot of attention.
Unfortunately, it’s also led a lot of people to think these drawings mean I am a fan of “The Last Airbender” movie, which I am most certainly not. (I was sent notes by some folks trying to recruit me to “show support” for a sequel… nonononono)
I just thought it would be interesting to see the Dangerous Ladies as they might have been interpreted, since they were my favorite characters and I really love Indian fashion/design. (Even if the movie wasn’t accurate in the least.)
Mai looks more like a Star Wars character but that’s because I was trying to imitate the film’s half-assed mishmash cultural influences. XD;
Ty Lee hitting on Azula
“Who are you? The Avatar’s Fan-girls?”
We know who is getting some tonight
/Well now I have Tyzula feels.
“Hey there, sweet sugar cakes… how ya likin’ this party?”
This weekend at the American Library Association, Dark Horse announced Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second “Avatar: The Last Airbender” graphic novel series called “The Search,” which explores the biggest unsolved mystery in “Avatar” lore: what happened to Prince Zuko’s mother?
CBR News spoke with Yang, a longtime “Avatar: The Last Airbender” fan, about his work on “The Search,” wrapping up “The Promise, his feelings about “Legend of Korra,” the challenge of linking the two shows and their characters together and the return of Princess Azula.
Speaking of Zuko’s family, what’s Azula been up to? Her stay in the Fire Nation mental institution has got to be incredibly interesting.
In “The Search,” we’ll see what a prolonged stay in a Fire Nation mental institution does to a person.
All of you know this happened.
My headcanon is that both Ty Le and Azula annoy Mai with TMI about their love life, Azula because she’s an ass like that (and just has to brag about everything) and Ty Lee because she just can’t stop talking (and probably asks Mai for advice, as if she’d want to give any) and Mai is just like…
Haha, I wish! They had a fandom well before I jumped in! I think my Tyzula fanart is what A:TLA fandom knows me best for, though, especially this picture.
I will take credit for Korra/Yue (Yurra?), though! I’m pretty sure I was the first one to come up with that, haha. (My little crackship even has its own group on Deviantart now.)
Sokka: Okay, but what are we going to do about the tank full of dangerous ladies chasing us?
I did it for the lulz.
ty lee and azula belong together forever and ever and ever i love them
I also made a caption for this panel once:
This was over a year before MLP:FiM came out. XD
They both have black hair, wear lipstick, and dress in muted dark reds. I’m not sure if these similarities are really intentional, though, because the same could be said of Azula.
I think it’s more about keeping the style of the shows consistent, and not an intentional similarity. But it is interesting. <3