The Legend of Korra starts soon, but I think I might wait until it’s on the net to watch. I can’t stand the commercials on cartoon channels.
I usually go online to watch the episodes cause I forgot to tune in at 11am, but when I went to check for episode 8 it hasn’t aired yet. What’s the deal?
I went to sleep at 2AM, and set an alarm at 10:35AM to watch it on TV. Sure the fucking commercials are enough to make me rage, but like hell I’m gonna let this show die because of a lack of ratings.
I was watching fucking Power Rangers Ninja Storm last night, and I missed my favorite episodes so I can go to sleep and wake up early to watch The Legend of Korra. I missed the episodes where Cam went to the past and got his Samurai Morpher. So fuck you and your excuses.
The one who is ALWAYS late for class.
Both are in the words of Detective William Somerset…
This guy’s methodical, exacting, and worst of all, patient.
— William Somerset (Se7en)
The only difference would be that Amon doesn’t seem to be easily angered, which makes him more of a threat than Slade.
I refuse to read anything on The Legend of Korra. I don’t care! I refuse to shatter the illusion of an ongoing storyline. I’m damn sure it all sounds interesting, but dammit! It’s like you’re trying to watch a movie, and your fucking friend keeps making guesses about who the killer is. Fucking hell man! I want to to figure it out along as the movie happens! NOT BEFORE THE FIRST FUCKING 20 MINUTES!!
After having read that post about how much of a douche he is, I just can’t like him anymore. I mean, yeah he’s cool and shit, but the whole thing with Asami just impedes me from garnering any empathy towards him.
In short, I’m glad that he was there for Korra throughout recent events, if not for him things could have been allot more severe for Team Avatar. Despite this, I still don’t like what he did with Asami.
In this photo (by Benjamin Wynn), I can be seen in my office attempting, as I do most days, to remove my scruffy head and replace it with a new and improved one.
I’m still trying to get fully unpacked and settled into my fourth office in under three years on Korra. It should be noted that I never got unpacked in any of the previous three offices. Hopefully this will be my last move for the duration of the production. The crew was split in two on two different floors all last year, so it is nice to have everyone in one general area. It feels more like a unified team.
After experimenting with different production models (which we frequently do, for an endless variety of reasons), we are back to an Avatar-like, robust, in-house design and storyboard crew on Korra. There is an invigorating energy around the office these days because of it, which is welcome motivation at this point in our journey to get all these episodes delivered. (Journey? Hmmm… maybe blood-soaked battle is a better way to put it.)
Joining the battle once again is veteran Avatar character designer and longtime friend, Angela Song Mueller, seen here today in her cubicle. You can find her on Tumblr and deviantart. It is great to have her back.
I am planning on doing more “behind the scenes” type posts again, like I did when I first kicked off this blog almost a year ago. They may not razzle dazzle the masses, but I think those kinds of peeks into our process are of interest and provide inspiration, at least to creative types trying to make their own art or tell their own stories, big or small. Who knows, maybe some tidbit found here will help an individual unlock the door to a truly wonderful creation that eclipses everything we have ever put out into the world.
It is possible, but mainly I got a fancy new camera so I just want to shoot pictures and post them.