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One of the things that’s always irked me about a lot of animated series is the lack of planning in conjunction with studio support. You’ll have so many shows come out swinging with great writing and animation only to be cancelled after the first season (I’m looking at you, HUB). Part of that is the fault of the networks, part of that is the creators thinking too big.

What’s awesome about Korra is that they’ve said, 4 books (52 episodes) and we’re done. Nickelodeon is backing them on that promise. It doesn’t mean that they can’t someday come back and do more Korra, but what it means is that we’ll be given a satisfying beginning, middle and end to an animated series — basically we’re finally learning something from anime.

So excited for season three. :D

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