Part 4.1 of the Korranalysis is Up!
Here it is! The long awaited, procrastinated, soon-to-be-hated continuation of the Korranalysis! The rest of Part Four will be uploaded in segments such as this one.
A few other notes as well:
– I recently got The Art of The Legend of Korra. In terms of story content, there aren’t many new insights, but the art is, of course, spectacular. It appears that co-director Ki-Hyun Ryu was the Bob Camp of this production, providing the best and funniest character designs, expressions, and animation. It almost makes me glad he didn’t contribute any words like the rest of the creative leaders (DiMartino, Konietzko, and co-creator Joaquim Dos Santos) did. Corny as it sounds, Ryu’s perverse drawing genius speaks for itself.
– I have been seriously considering getting a blip.tv account to upload future video reviews. What’s stopping me is the fact that blip.tv is very much series orientated. So the question is whether I should continue making more video reviews or stop with Korra. There are plenty of animated features and series I would want to examine, but are my inane ramblings worth the effort (let alone the account)? Please give me some honest feedback.
– Finally, video reviews or not, a new blog dedicated to animation in general is imminent! The first article will revolve around Avatar and Korra (naturally), so heads up for that.
That is all. Let the hostilities begin!