Avatar, the Last Airbender

Avatar, the Last Airbender

The Lost Adventures

Book - 2011
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A collection of "Avatar: the Last Airbender" comics from Nickelodeon's various magazines and from DVD releases of the animated series, as well as seventy-five pages of new adventures of Aang and his friends.
Publisher: Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books, 2011
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781595827487
Characteristics: 226 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Notes: "This book collects all the Airbender comics previously published in Nickelodeon Comics, Nickelodeon Magazine, Nick Mag Presents, and the Airbender DVDs, plus over seventy brand-new comics pages. That's twenty-eight stories set during the original three seasons and created by a host of top-notch creators, many of whom worked on the original show!" -- Cover, page [4]
"This volume collects previously unpublished comics, the Avatar: the last airbender seasons two and three exclusive DVD minicomics, the Avatar: the last airbender free comic book day 2011 comic, and comics originally published in Nickelodeon Comics #31, #33, and #35, Nickelodeon Magazine #124, #127, #133, #140, and #158, and Nick Mag Presents #18 and #23." -- Title page verso
Includes bonus stories (pages [221]-226)


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Nov 16, 2015

Wonderful extra adventures with the whole Gaang! I loved all the funny stories, though my favorites were definitely "Going Home Again", "Private Fire", and "Swordbending". XD A must-read for Avatar fans everywhere

forbesrachel Jun 23, 2014

Team Avatar shares their additional adventures in this short collection of original tales. For this title, a bunch of different artists contributed their own episodes in their own styles. Most chose to retain the whimsical anime-based cartoon style with its funny expressions, excellent comedic timing, and action-packed bending. In terms of story, some play to the fans burning questions, like who is the better Earthbender, Toph or Bumi? Others create side stories that insert into the original series, like how the water tribe got that Fire Nation ship. To clearly define these episodes' relation to the timeline, this volume is divided into the same "books" from the series. Even with so many contributors, each episode still retains all the characteristics that makes Avatar so charming. These gag-filled extras will entertain fans, and even create some new ones.

Apr 16, 2012

This collection of comics are great for the ATLA fans. There was a nice variety of humour and action.

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