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Promises, Part II (Bounty Hunters) (Volume 2)

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  • The Last Airbender - The Promise Part 2 - comic book It's set 1 year after the last airbender all about a promise ang has to keep.

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    We are knee deep in Too Much Avatar Week here at Toy-TMA, and while Gus began things on a high note with his list of , I’m going to change directions and look not at the show, but at the comic, specifically the graphic novel series called The Promise. Not too long ago, Gus to see if it lived up to the show’s greatness and continued the spirit well. I was able to look into Part 2, thanks to Dark Horse Comics sending me an advance PDF to look through, and so I can tell you whether this is a great new story from the universe, or a broken promise. Ugh, GameTrailer-style puns, but it fits with the theme. Need more explained? Let’s take a look at Avatar The Last Airbender: The Promise Part 2.

  • But at the end of the day, The Promise Part 2 is safe. It doesn’t make you think too hard; it doesn’t do anything that’s really offensive or world shattering or anything like that. We just get to see a few characters have a night or two to kind of work out some little problems in their lives, and just the fact that these are characters from Avatar gives them more weight since we know them well enough to actually care. When someone walks away feeling hurt from someone else for seemingly no reason, we still understand the weight behind this action. There’s definite power there.

    If I were to sum up Part 2, it’d be that it’s comfortable. It’s a very quick read and sadly doesn’t require a second look to find deeper truths or anything. There’s nothing inherently wrong with that, and Avatar fans will be sure to scoop up any chance to consume more of the universe. The sad part is, with Legend of Korra coming out so very soon, The Promise Part 2 is going to feel not just dull by comparison, but unnecessary.

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    2015 Reading Chal...: Avatar:The Last Airbender: The Promise Part 2 1 7 Jul 24, 2015 11:11PM  

    Don’t let me dissuade you though. I’m just calling this as I see it. I’m still very interested to see where Part 3 is going to take us, but I’m so disappointed that we’ll have to wait until September to get there. I really wish this were just a two-part story, but sometimes I suppose it just requires more thought. You can look into ordering The Promise Part 2 from today.

Graphic Novels » Avatar The Last Airbender: The Promise Part 2 Review

The Promise Part 2 is a great continuance of the Last Airbender series from Avatar, and readers of this will likely have an idea of how it will tie things into The Legend of Korra (I’m going to go out on a limb here, and say that you might be able to figure it out by looking at a map on where Yu Dao might be in next week’s TV series…but I can’t say for sure just yet). The writing is truly in the spirit of the show, as is the art. The only thing keeping this from getting a perfect 10 is that, while Gurihiru is a great artist, there wasn’t anything that really took advantage of the comic book format art wise in this volume. Furthermore, while the story was incredibly fun, it did contain a fair amount of plot filler in a series that is limited to just 3 volumes, leaving me truly wishing for more development in the overall plot to take place in this volume. Never-the-less, Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Promise Part 2 is absolutely amazing for any fans of the TV series and easily deserves its 8 out of 10. Make sure you pick up a copy when it comes out May 30th, 2012. Now if only Dark Horse wouldn’t make us wait for September to see Part 3.