Producer Atsushi Kurooka and the folks at Platinum Games have discussed their third-person beat 'em up video game adaptation of The Legend of Korra in a video posted on PlayStation's Youtube station. The game inspired by the animated show's first two seasons, with mini-games such as pro-bending matches and a Naga endless-runner will be released on October 21st for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, and on 22nd for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
After finishing off season three on digital platforms in July, Legend of Korra is returning to Nick.com and Nickelodeon's app for its fourth and final season on October 3rd. More after the jump.
It looks like Legend of Korra might not be long for the broadcast TV airwaves. While a full explanation is expected from the animated series' San Diego Comic Con panel on Friday, what's shaping up is that this week's eighth episode of Book Three: Change will still air Friday at 8:00pm, then the rest of the season will be presented streaming online. More after the jump.
Wow. That escalated quickly. A couple of weeks ago, it was radio silence on the next Avatar. Then came the leaks. Then came the official trailer. Now, IGN reports Legend of Korra: Book Three - Change will debut Friday, June 27th at 7pm on Nickelodeon. More after the jump.
You've seen the fan trailer for The Legend of Korra - Book Three: Change. Now seen the genuine article as Nickelodeon offers an early look at what they're promising is "an epic new season filled with new characters, adventures and more!" Check it out after the jump.
Legend of Korra co-creator Michael Dante DiMartino recently posted photos of the sound mixing booth with excited note exclaiming "Can’t believe we’ve finished an entire season’s worth of shows. We’re so proud of everyone who worked so hard to make Book 3 the best season of Korra yet!"Along with this, fan Bigby Wolf has put together an unofficial trailer for the upcoming season based on footage that has sneaked out. Get a look after the jump.
In a new video, PBS Idea Channel asks "Are Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra Anime?" Now, you may have a quick, two letter answer to the question, but there are interesting elements to the discussion. Get a look after the jump.
The second round of The Legend of Korra was a bit rough in terms of scheduling, ratings and fan reaction. However, series co-creator Bryan Konietzko found the time to get back onto Tumblr and offer a taste of what's to come in Book 3, and this look ahead might sure up some of the ambivalence left by Book Two: Spirits. Check it out after the jump.
Nickelodeon's rapid wrap of Legend of Korra: Book 2 got a bit faster today. Episodes “Night of A Thousand Stars” and “Harmonic Convergence” were scheduled to air tonight at 8/7c on Nick. The network then promised fans that they'd offer the final two episodes online if they reblogged a message from voice actress Janet Varney 10,000 times. And the goal was quickly achieved. More after the jump.
After a brief hiatus, Legend of Korra is back this week at another new time. Co-creator Bryan Konietzko notes that the plans are to finish Book 2 of the series this month with Nickelodeon running one episode this week and next, then burning off the final four in hours blocks Novembers 15th and 22nd. More after the jump.
They really love keeping Korra fans on their toes, don't they? The latest scheduling quirk to be aware of is that on, Friday, October 18th, Nickelodeon will be airing's The Legend of Korra's “Beginnings Part 1 and Part 2″ 8 p.m. After that, the show is on hiatus until November 1. More after the jump.
TV rating for Legend of Korra started remarkably weak, and just got more concerning since then. Korra’s second book premiered on Friday, September 13 at 7:00pm to an average of 2.6 million total viewers for the hour-long opener. The second week dipped to 2.2 million viewers and the third move up slightly to 2.4 million viewers. Then came week four, in which the bottom fell out. More after the jump.
The wait is over. The Legend of Korra book 2 debuts Friday, September 13 at 7 p.m. on Nickelodeon. Set six months after the first Korra series, books 2 partially take place at the South Pole, but along with exploring the Southern Water Tribe, the focus is mainly on the mystical "Spirit World" and the history of the Avatar lineage and mythology. Get a look after the jump.