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Avatar: The Last Airbender, Book 1: WaterHDTV-Y7Closed Captioning

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Katara and Sokka (a brother and sister from the Southern Water Tribe) discover the Avatar (a 12-year-old Airbender boy named Aang) frozen in an iceberg. Together the three begin their journey to the North Pole to find a master Waterbender so Aang can begin his Avatar training!

Customer Reviews

Nickelodeon has done something RIGHT.

True, this series is no "Bleach" or "FMA" or even "Pokemon" but nonetheless, it's still an AMAZING series. For the younger viewers it's all about the adventure that the twelve year old Avatar -- Aang, experiences with his friends Katara and Sokka from the Southern Watertribe. The show is beautifully drawn with amazing backgrounds and the characters are well drawn as well. The colors are flawless. Anyway, in a younger viewer's POV it's all about the adventures and the decisions Aang must make to help save the world and prevent it from falling into darkness thanks to the over powering Fire Nation. It is Aang's duty as the Avatar to save the world from perishing for he is the only one who can master all four elements (Water, earth, fire and Air). But the show is much more than just simple bending and saving the world. For the older viewers such as myself, we see it in a whole different light. True, we see that this young boy has to save the world with the help of his friends, but it's much more than that. Throughout the whole season there are many hints of foreshadowing for future episodes and when analyzing the characters, you realize how deep they really are. The characters are more than just mere teenagers and adults. Especially the exiled Prince Zuko. Without saying too much, his character so far, is the most devastating (besides Aang whose 'race' have been killed off) because of his experiences during his early teenage years. But you'll learn more, especially in the episode "The Storm" Which is the most powerful/emotional. I highly recommend this show whether it's considered real anime or not. Regardless, it's amazing with it's flawless backgrounds and artistry. It's a nice change from the rather immature "Spongebob Squarepants" and is a breath of fresh air for those who are looking for something new. Without really looking at the plot and the characters it's nothing more than an adventure show with times of laughter, but those who analyze it will not be disappointed. Everything can range from the exiled Prince Zuko, Aang's horrible past the world riding upon his shoulders, to Sokka and Katara's dad who still remains a mystery for he has gone off to war. There are also various hints at intimate relationships between the characters which makes the show even more interesting. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.


This show ROCKS! Highly recomended for people looking for a new show to watch. Trust me you won't be dissapointed! ^_^

Exciting, Clever, and Touching with Universal Appeal!

Let me start this off by saying that I am 25 years old and bought this series with trepidition. I read all the excellent and glowing reviews, but since I wasn't sure what the age range was and this being a show on Nickolodeon, I was worried I might be too old to enjoy it. Boy was I wrong! I have always been a fan of anime, and whether this is classified as anime/american anime/or just plain cartoons I can tell you it's just plain GREAT. Not only is the animation beautiful, but each story is cleverly thought out and written masterfully. I am only about halfway through the season but I am hooked. Not only has Avatar a masterful control over comedic timing(something I would normally consider IMPOSSIBLE within the framework of animation, unless that was your goal e.g. Family Guy or The Simpsons) but Avataar has HEART. The animation is beautiful, completely beautiful. I am not a visual person, it always comes down to the story for me, but this is a very visually pleasing show. And when it comes to characters and plot you couldn't ask for a better cast and writing staff. First of all, I CARE about these characters. Not only are they fleshed out but they LEARN. While continuing to use their individual cliches to create situations, you are not beat over the head every episode with the SAME character flaws. It may seem that this is unimportant, but when you watch alot of anime it can become very repetitive to have you characters be so one dimensional. This, to me, is very laudable. The story is one I want to know about and find myself thinking about, and I can't wait for the next episode every time I finish one. A real winner and one I highly reccomend.