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The Wall Street Journal has the exclusive heads-up on Korra, the newest incarnation of Avatar.

The new Avatar, and those brooding, headstrong shoulders of hers are there.

For legality... Sokka.

Date: 2011-03-07 07:30 pm (UTC)
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I recall the moment my love in Avatar and its ladies was truly cemented: when I was poking around some design material, and they'd taken the time to point to Toph as specifically stockier than Aang. I mean, I can think of very, very few shows that would do that. Korra continuing that trend of shock, gasp, actual logic makes me feel so awesome.

Date: 2011-03-07 08:25 pm (UTC)
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What I find funny, is that originally, Toph was suppose to be a large, muscular 'Jock' type character to balance out Sokka's goofy, nerdish nature. But right before the last minute, the producers joked about Toph being a petite, 11 year-old girl and found the idea so amusing, they immediately changed her.

You can see what they were planning on what guy-Toph was suppose to look like from the Ember Island Players episode.

But yeah, let the neckbeards complain about how Korra 'looks like a dude,' I think she looks absolutely badass, and I can't wait to see how she acts in the series.


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