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Announcement: Another Late Review, Konietzko’s Upcoming Graphic Novel

I had a minor incident occur during the holiday weekend, so I’m a bit behind schedule. The next retrospective review (“The Waterbending Scroll”) won’t be ready until Wednesday, July 8th.

In the mean time, Avatar and Korra co-creator Bryan Konietzko is working on a graphic novel called Threadworlds that won’t be released until 2017. He gave Entertainment Weekly a little interview about it. The one interesting fact in this piece (I say one because, frankly, Konietzko has never been the most interest interviewee) is that, at the peak of Korra‘s production, they were producing thirty episodes at a time. That certainly explains a lot about the waning quality of that series since Book Two, and much of the blame has to go to Nickelodeon for burdening them with such a heavy workload. I’m very interested to see how Threadworlds turns out, especially since this time it’s the result of a singular vision. Good luck, Mr. Konietzko!

– Marshall Turner


One response

  1. Ian

    Its cool Marshall, we can wait 🙂

    Hey, did you get a chance to read and respond to all the comments as of late? I completely understand if your busy though.

    keep up the great and insightful writing!

    July 6, 2015 at 10:51 pm

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