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Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Rift Part 1 (Avatar: The Last Airbender)


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ISBN13: 9781616552954
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While planning to celebrate Yangchen's festival, Aang is visited by the spirit of Yangchen herself who leads him to discover a refinery on land sacred to the Airbenders that may be causing the pollution he finds there.



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veryinvisible, March 19, 2014 (view all comments by veryinvisible)
The Rift Part 1 is filled with hints of things we have seen in Korra. The story starts to feel like the time period is really taking on revolutionary ideas, which makes sense as to why Korra's time is so advanced. Toph is also a big part of the story now and we get a little more insight to her past and maybe even her future.

The only thing that bothered me is the dialogue. In The Search and The Promise, I was able to over look some of the redundant and overdramatic dialogue, but for the Rift it isn't so easy to do. Sokka's reoccurring joke is starting to become a bit too much, and though I do appreciate the effort, I think it is just unnecessary and not something I think Sokka would persistently do.

The ending definitely takes on an interesting turn and I am looking forward to see where that will lead. Seeing all the revolutionary ideas come into play is also very exciting and maybe we can get to see Aang and Zuko actually build Republic City.
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Yang, Gene Luen
Dark Horse Comics
Konietzko, Bryan
Gurihiru (ILT)
Graphic Novels-Film and TV
Children s-General
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