Would Asami be better than Korra in a non-bending sparring match? Good ol’ fashion hand-to-hand fighting! I’d like to think Asami could best Korra, Mako and Bolin if there were no bending involved.
Asami, Korra © Bryan Konietzko & Michael Dimartino
[Image: The Legend of Korra art of Korra lying on her tummy with her head against a pillow while Asami plays with her hair with a gentle expression. Korra is fully dressed and Asami is in a lacy seafoam green nightgown.]
Korra/Asami bonding times~
This is still my favorite <3
In the Avatar State, you are at your most powerful.
LOL AT THE TAGS.
The tags are on point though.
oh my god the tags
Want to see me and Bryan answer some Korra questions?
Mike. Me. Webcam. Your questions. Our answers. Hope you enjoy!
Oh, I have questions. Lots of them.
“Alright Short Stuff. Time to get outta bed… Mom’s got asses to kick.”
I thought this was a Death Note fanart at first. XD
[Photoset: Watercolor art of Katara and Korra with tender expressions, clasping each other’s arms; the first photo is a closeup of their faces.]
pencil, watercolor, pen.
they may or may not be “singing”.
katara’s eyebrows are brown because she dyes them (not because i had an -oh shit- moment realizing her hair should be gray).
The Legend of Korra by Marcel Perez
Korra/Asami bonding times~
A-Asami’s playing with Korra’s hair…
I-I-I’m just going to go sit in the corner and hold something soft, o-okay. OTL HAIR-PLAYING, MY GREATEST WEAKNESS.
what… how is this so perfect…. CUTIES?
<3 <3 <3
Had my reservations about this new Avatar stuff but I fell in love with K pretty quickly.
Following the release of Voice In the Night: Equalist Raid from Nick, I have a few observations and thoughts.
KORRA SPOILERS BELOW THE CUT.
I was just talking to Ash about this! Korra’s turning out to be quite ruthless, when you think about it. She frequentuly uses violence against completely unarmed people, and gets extremely defensive when her bending privilege is brought up. She has little to no understanding how how oppressive bending is, or how much resentment this sort of action will generate against benders.
I really like this as her major character flaw, though. Not only does it make perfect sense given her privileged upbringing, but will only make Amon more and more credible and powerful in the eyes of the masses. It really sets her apart from Aang, who always tried to see things from other people’s perpective and was aware of how dangerous his Avatar power was.
But most of all, I’m excited because it looks like Mike and Bryan are making a really good metaphor for privilege and police brutality, with the protagonist being the main aggressor. I’m really interested to see where they go with this, and how Korra reacts when confronted with the reality of her actions.