>be a polar bear dog
>be a hybrid of two animals specifically evolved to live in and love subzero temperatures
>be forced to track some asshole through the arid Earth Kingdom desert for a whole day
>get left in some baking canyon for days with ony a jeep and a raccoon for company, and NO WATER OR TREATS
post other examples of egregrious animal neglect in cartoons
>post other examples of egregrious animal neglect in cartoons
For a movie supposed to be about animal abuse, 101 Dalmations had relatively little actual abuse in it. Closest they came was talking about various ideas on how to kill the puppies.
There used to be this Christmas movie called Small One that was about an hour and a half of Middle Eastern merchants trying to eat this poor kid's donkey before Mary and Joseph buy it. It scared the shit out of me as a kid.
So has anyone actually built a real cat piano in the past, or is it just a silly old-timey idea?
Remember that time Warner Brothers released a short about a crazy man using a frog as a puppet and trying to convince people it could sing and dance?
They caught them easily since none of them were earthbenders and had no way to combat the earth encapsulation. They didn't want to lug that overgrown flea bag on their ship, so they just gave him a kick in his ass and sent him on his way.
I'm not trying to be elementist, but LOK would have been better if Korra was from the Earth Kingdoms. You know it's true. Book 2of TLA and season 3 of LOK, taking place in Earth Territory all points to the superiority of the Earth Kingdoms and Korra pet animal would have been a badger mole. Truly Earth is the Master Element in all things.
The whole episode man, poor Appa. There cannot be an animal companion more bro than Appa.
I always assumed Tahno was a swampie and he covers it up with his fake accent and voice, explaining why he pronounces Avatar different from the rest because his act is slipping. Also, it would be hilarious. One of the most well known, successful and possibly richest athletes of the City comes from the swamps, with a hick accent and catgator as his best friend.
Sometimes I wonder what this series would have been like if Korra was a swampbender instead from the SWT.
Would the people looking for the Avatar have found her at that young an age?
Probably not, because everyone forgets about the swamp benders.
They'd probably find her as a teenager, and only because her and her family would be putting on a travelling show where she amazed people by bending the elements.
Huh. You're right. Asami and Korra were totally riding Naga when they were captured. I don't know how I didn't notice that she should have been on the ship with them instead of outside of town with the cars. How did Pabu get out there too?
The earthbenders who ambushed them didn't want to deal with Naga so they just concentrated on securing Asami and Korra and let Naga and Pabu go on their way after the humans were bond.
>now bend over
this is funny because bending is an action frequently taken and a central premise of the show. By subtly referencing this through a veiled statement of aggression, the clever reader can garner a certain level of appreciation for the double layered statement. An especially astute critic may note, with some mirth, that Zaheer is portrayed as the one speaking.
Let me explain. Zaheer is a man known for his deep spiritual beliefs, his knowledge of history and most recently, his Airbending. His stated and currently successful plan is to murder the leaders of all nations and bring about balance. When examining the concept of balance, you realize the joke is three-fold. Firstly, to bend over you must be balanced, or you will fall. Secondly, to achieve balance Zaheer is metaphorically, and we now see literally, bending the world over. And thirdly, Zaheer's clear preference for the balance of having the world bent over in front of him, as indicated by the shadows on his face, the narrowness of the eyes and the high position of the nose, allowing him to look down on the world with a superior smirk.
Really, when examined with the detail that it deserves, this post can be revealed to be a diamond in the rough, as described first by the Disney film Aladdin, and then later by Zaheer himself, who seems to have come from humble origins.
I take my hat off to you anon and offer thanks. Some might have missed it, but your wit has truly brightened my evening.
Vaatu said he watched us crawl out of the mud. So maybe after he and Raava torn the veil between worlds asunder, some spirit crafted us the way Wonder Woman was made and then we started to procreate.
>Due to a glitch in the Avatar Cycle, Aang reincarnates as a polar bear-dog
>And so begins the legend of Naga, lovable fuzzy mistress of the elements, and her dopey human sidekick Korra.
>Amon attacks the concept of the Avatar, laying into Naga for propping up an unjust system of oppression in the name of "balance".
>Naga, being a dog, doesn't understand what Amon's saying and KOs him mid-sentence, saving Republic City from disaster in the third episode of the season. She spends the rest of the season playing with Korra.
>THE AVATAR IS A CONCEPT THAT OPPRESSES PEOPLE BORN WITHOUT BENDING POWERS!
Naga pants excitedly, because people are talking about her.
>I SHALL STRIKE HER DOWN AND CAST ASIDE THIS FLAWED SYSTEM
Naga whines and tilts her head
>LOOK AT HER, IS THIS THE FACE OF WHO YOU WANT TO SPEAK FOR YOU?
Naga begins to wag her tail excitedly. People are pointing at her. Maybe there will be treats.
>the whole show Korra spends it telling people how ridiculous the whole thing is
>everyone ignores her saying that it only made sense for naga to become the avatar
>every single time naga makes things worse everyone just shrugs their shoulders and laughs it off as one would when a dog does something bad but cute
>korra is made to be the voice of reason in a crazy world