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What is the secret of the Kemurikage? The shadowy spirits known as the Kemurikage are abducting children throughout the Fire Nation Capital, sowing widespread fear and panic in their wake. Desperate to determine what has angered these spirits, Aang and Zuko search for clues deep in the Dragonbone Catacombs underneath the Fire Sages Capital Temple. Can they uncover the hidd What is the secret of the Kemurikage? The shadowy spirits known as the Kemurikage are abducting children throughout the Fire Nation Capital, sowing widespread fear and panic in their wake. Desperate to determine what has angered these spirits, Aang and Zuko search for clues deep in the Dragonbone Catacombs underneath the Fire Sages Capital Temple. Can they uncover the hidden history of the Kemurikage and solve the mystery in time, or will more children be taken?


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What is the secret of the Kemurikage? The shadowy spirits known as the Kemurikage are abducting children throughout the Fire Nation Capital, sowing widespread fear and panic in their wake. Desperate to determine what has angered these spirits, Aang and Zuko search for clues deep in the Dragonbone Catacombs underneath the Fire Sages Capital Temple. Can they uncover the hidd What is the secret of the Kemurikage? The shadowy spirits known as the Kemurikage are abducting children throughout the Fire Nation Capital, sowing widespread fear and panic in their wake. Desperate to determine what has angered these spirits, Aang and Zuko search for clues deep in the Dragonbone Catacombs underneath the Fire Sages Capital Temple. Can they uncover the hidden history of the Kemurikage and solve the mystery in time, or will more children be taken?

30 review for Avatar: The Last Airbender - Smoke and Shadow, Part 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Elend Wolf

    "You can still learn from the past, even if you officially deny its existance." And that final punch was really something! I love this, is that even a surprise by now? I mean Zuko is one of the main characters so... I honestly don't have that much to say. I just love it. The art is beautiful -obviously- and the fighting is well choreographed and delightful to watch. There is a good balance between humor and seriousness, and we get to see our favorite characters together again. What else is "You can still learn from the past, even if you officially deny its existance." And that final punch was really something! I love this, is that even a surprise by now? I mean Zuko is one of the main characters so... I honestly don't have that much to say. I just love it. The art is beautiful -obviously- and the fighting is well choreographed and delightful to watch. There is a good balance between humor and seriousness, and we get to see our favorite characters together again. What else is there to wish for? More Iroh! But I think will see him a bit more in a bit *wink, wink*

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jim Ef

    Avatar Aang finds out that the Kemurikage spirits are not a legend, they exist. He also finds out that they have nothing to do with the kidnappings in the Fire nation’s capital. But if they not the responsible for the disappearance of Mai’s little brother and all the other children who is? Is that “name” behind the mask? Can’t wait to find out what is going on 4 stars because after not including Toph in the first part, now we don’t see Sokka and Katara. Also I hope that Aang will get in the Avatar Avatar Aang finds out that the Kemurikage spirits are not a legend, they exist. He also finds out that they have nothing to do with the kidnappings in the Fire nation’s capital. But if they not the responsible for the disappearance of Mai’s little brother and all the other children who is? Is that “name” behind the mask? Can’t wait to find out what is going on 4 stars because after not including Toph in the first part, now we don’t see Sokka and Katara. Also I hope that Aang will get in the Avatar state in the last part image:

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sophie_The_Jedi_Knight

    Oh shoot - that ending - I was just thinking about that plotline. Stuff is really picking up - but again, I really want this specific thing to happen and I'm hoping that it will. 4/5 stars. Oh shoot - that ending - I was just thinking about that plotline. Stuff is really picking up - but again, I really want this specific thing to happen and I'm hoping that it will. 4/5 stars.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I'm not doing a full review for this. I just want to say how continually glad I am that we get to keep having new stories in the A:TLA universe. It might be time for my annual rewatch . . . I'm not doing a full review for this. I just want to say how continually glad I am that we get to keep having new stories in the A:TLA universe. It might be time for my annual rewatch . . .

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emma L.

    *** This review contains spoiler-filled reactions, thoughts, and opinions *** Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟 (4/5 stars). Does this book, comic book series, even need an introduction anymore? I don´t think so. I am Avatar The Last Airbender & The Legend of Korra trash the moment ATLA was released (same goes for Korra). A huge part of my childhood was impacted by Avatar and now I am in my adult years and I still find myself gushing and thinking about Avatar constantly. Guess I´ll be Avatar trash for the entirety of *** This review contains spoiler-filled reactions, thoughts, and opinions *** Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟 (4/5 stars). Does this book, comic book series, even need an introduction anymore? I don´t think so. I am Avatar The Last Airbender & The Legend of Korra trash the moment ATLA was released (same goes for Korra). A huge part of my childhood was impacted by Avatar and now I am in my adult years and I still find myself gushing and thinking about Avatar constantly. Guess I´ll be Avatar trash for the entirety of my whole life and honestly I am not complaining about that. Whoohoo so much Mai already. I also really want Mai and Zuko to get back together. OLD MAN, ZUKO IS A GREAT FIRE LORD AND THAT'S THE END OF THIS DISCUSSION. It's kind of sad how Kiyi is treating Ursa, but it's also understandable since suddenly her mum got a whole new face and that must be confusing to her. Lol, fire lord Zuko visits us fire sages often BUT NEVER FOR MY MEDITATION CLASSES. Nawww poor fire sage dude. *Kei Lo calls Mai babe* Aang: babe??? Zuko: lol, look whose talking, you little shit. You and your girlfriend call each other sweetie, which is way worse. You have no right to complain😂😂 I knew it, I knew that they weren't real spirits, after all, just people who dress up like those spirits. I also knew Mai's dad was behind the kidnapping. WOW PLOT TWIST! I wasn't expecting Azula to be one of those fake dark spirits. I knew she was going to pop up again after Kiyi kept calling zuko zuzu, but I honestly didn't expect her to work together with Mai's dad. ONTO THE NEXT VOLUME I SAY, cause there's no way I can just stop at this volume and not read the concluding part.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Britt

    Avatar just gives me so much nostalgia. I love it. So five stars.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gretal

    I really love it when these dive into history and lore.

  8. 5 out of 5

    iyreads

    I love it! Avatar gives me so much nostalgia.. we are never too old for Avatar! Five stars because of the art and beautiful story.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amanda (MetalPhantasmReads)

    How can you not give these volumes 5 stars? I really liked seeing both sides of the fire nation that support and also want Zuko off the throne. Plus these secret people stealing kids is very interesting. I'm so happy that this story has been continuing through these comics. Time for the final volume now! How can you not give these volumes 5 stars? I really liked seeing both sides of the fire nation that support and also want Zuko off the throne. Plus these secret people stealing kids is very interesting. I'm so happy that this story has been continuing through these comics. Time for the final volume now!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

    These kinds of situations, as the one in the book, make me very uneasy and uncomfortable. It always feels like a giant miscommunication, and people acting on impulses rather than rational thinking. In that sense, it is very realistic with how I see our own society. Poor Zuko.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Manisha

    A solid continuation. The Avatar joins up and tries to break the tension between Mai and Zuko. I am loving Mai's new boyfriend by the way. He's a keeper. Children are being kidnapped all around the Fire Nation and a new movement is placing the blame on Zuko. And while Zuko and Aang work together to investigate as to why the spirits are interfering in the mortal world, an old "friend" whose allegiance is never known, pops up. What an ending! A solid continuation. The Avatar joins up and tries to break the tension between Mai and Zuko. I am loving Mai's new boyfriend by the way. He's a keeper. Children are being kidnapped all around the Fire Nation and a new movement is placing the blame on Zuko. And while Zuko and Aang work together to investigate as to why the spirits are interfering in the mortal world, an old "friend" whose allegiance is never known, pops up. What an ending!

  12. 4 out of 5

    ambyr

    So on the one hand this is a sort of a mess of a book--the pacing is wonky, with the beginning stretched and the end rushed, and the scene to scene transitions are sometimes super abrupt--and on the other hand it gave me all. the. feels. I love Yang's Mai so much. And that ending. THAT ENDING. Definitely looking forward to seeing where Part Three takes things. So on the one hand this is a sort of a mess of a book--the pacing is wonky, with the beginning stretched and the end rushed, and the scene to scene transitions are sometimes super abrupt--and on the other hand it gave me all. the. feels. I love Yang's Mai so much. And that ending. THAT ENDING. Definitely looking forward to seeing where Part Three takes things.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Naailah

    I WAS RIGHT I WAS RIGHT I WAS RIGHT! I read this in under 30 minutes, I was sitting in suspense until the last page and that CLIFFHANGER?! I really want Maiko to be together again, I don't really like Kei lo. He seems a little to perfect for my tastes and I still think he's hiding something. I WAS RIGHT I WAS RIGHT I WAS RIGHT! I read this in under 30 minutes, I was sitting in suspense until the last page and that CLIFFHANGER?! I really want Maiko to be together again, I don't really like Kei lo. He seems a little to perfect for my tastes and I still think he's hiding something.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bobby

    3.25 stars

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Just when you think you know where a story's going, it throws you through a loop with the final page that puts you right on the back foot again. God damn it. Just when you think you know where a story's going, it throws you through a loop with the final page that puts you right on the back foot again. God damn it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Annie (Putt)

    This review will cover all three volumes of Smoke and Shadow. Why I liked this story: It shows how blatantly people dislike Zuko because he isn't the tyrannical, power-hungry Fire Lord that Ozai was.  This book also shows the consequences of Ursa's choice to have her face changed not once, but twice, from herself to a new person and from a new person back to her original face.  Also we get to see some stuff about how the world was BEFORE the Fire Lords existed and legends about the first Fire Lor This review will cover all three volumes of Smoke and Shadow. Why I liked this story: It shows how blatantly people dislike Zuko because he isn't the tyrannical, power-hungry Fire Lord that Ozai was.  This book also shows the consequences of Ursa's choice to have her face changed not once, but twice, from herself to a new person and from a new person back to her original face.  Also we get to see some stuff about how the world was BEFORE the Fire Lords existed and legends about the first Fire Lord.  That was awesome.  OH and the Fire Nation Priest from the show who helped Team Avatar when he had to talk to Roku was there! I love that guy.  He has meditation classes now. Why I didn't like this story: Azula was back.  Joking, I actually don't mind her despotic, insane mind.  I have no complaints about this book at all.  It was pretty freaking awesome.  Since everything else will be spoilers for books two and three of this series, cover thine eyes or leave because below will be spoilers.... SPOILERS STARTING NOW Okay, so I loved the idea of the New Ozai Society people.  Of COURSE there would be Fire Nation citizens who would still want to kill and conquer the whole world.  What made it even better was that Mai's father was their leader.  Holy. Crap. It was perfect because not only was he related to a secondary character we know pretty well, but he was Fire Nation gentry! So it makes sense why a noble from the Fire Nation who did well under Ozai would not like Zuko at all.  I was kinda turned off by the fact that his wife abandoned him, though.  Even though Aang saved Tom Tom way back when, she never seemed like she cared about the other people in the world.  I feel like they made her leave her husband just so Mai wouldn't be the only one in the family who was on Zuko's side.  So that's my only complaint. Watching Zuko's little sister have to adjust to Ursa's face was fascinating.  The Search made it seem like everything was OK with that, but it wasn't!  And it makes sense why Kiyi wouldn't feel comfortable with her mom.  Her mom lied to her (Ursa didn't remember her past, but she still "lied"), and then her mom suddenly looks completely different than the mom she's had all her life. The Fire Lord catacombs!  Can we please have more on that?  I want to know more about the ancient nations, especially that the Fire Nation was a feudal place.  That's so cool! I needed more info on Azula.  She vanished in The Search and was insane, and suddenly she's back and mentally stable.  Didn't make a lot of sense, but OK.  Also who were all the people she had broken out of jail? Kiyi can firebend; that was adorable. OZAI AND URSA'S SHOWDOWN YAS.  This scene was something that needed to happen for so long because it shows what Ozai is: a bully.  Strip him of his power, and all he is is a giant boogey man from the past who screams.  I love that Ursa had PTSD about the palace, and I wish they had shown more of that.  I loved her reunion with Iroh because it showed just how freaking awesome Iroh is.  He was born in a horrible family and came out 100% perfect. I feel like instead of Korra, it would have been cooler for them to do all of these comics as mini series or something, and then have the next show be the lives of Team Avatar when they're in their 40s, but that's just me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Xiomy's Book Tales

    I guess the surprises keep coming lol I also really enjoyed this one! I had a feeling that there was something fishy about the Kemurikage and when Tom-Tom mentioned something I was like nah it can't be! But oh boy am I excited for the next installment because that cliffhanger of an ending, ahh! I also did like seeing Zuko a bit jealous I still miss Toph, Momo, and Appa but I'm excited for this story! I guess the surprises keep coming lol I also really enjoyed this one! I had a feeling that there was something fishy about the Kemurikage and when Tom-Tom mentioned something I was like nah it can't be! But oh boy am I excited for the next installment because that cliffhanger of an ending, ahh! I also did like seeing Zuko a bit jealous I still miss Toph, Momo, and Appa but I'm excited for this story!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aleksandra

    This was all kinds of intense!!! I have many questions and I have guesses about what's happening, this is fun! Poor Zuko... istg these Make Fire Nation Great Again dudes remind me of somebodies... who could they be?... This was all kinds of intense!!! I have many questions and I have guesses about what's happening, this is fun! Poor Zuko... istg these Make Fire Nation Great Again dudes remind me of somebodies... who could they be?...

  19. 4 out of 5

    Serena

    I really don't like mai I really don't like mai

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shravanthi

    Dayummm! So good!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mel (thebookishmel)

    IT MAKES SENSE NOW OH MY GOD IM SCREAMING LITERALLY IM WOW

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rebekka

    4.5/5 stars

  23. 5 out of 5

    Teodora Lipciuc

    Kei Lo is so cute. 🥺

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jude

    I keep saying this but Zuko in the comics >>>>>>>>>>>> Zuko in ATLA

  25. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I love these! it's just like watching the show. I love seeing what comes after. I love these! it's just like watching the show. I love seeing what comes after.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    3.5 I like Mai a lot better in this series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    That ending! (view spoiler)[⚡️ (hide spoiler)] That ending! (view spoiler)[⚡️ (hide spoiler)]

  28. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    OH HECK YEAH BB!!!!! THIS. WAS. EVERYTHING.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Vanshika Prusty

    This made me want to know more with every page! I was on the edge of my seat

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alysa Craigie

    Me, through stifled screams, "ZUKO NOOO!" A great read. I expect nothing less from Avatar. Me, through stifled screams, "ZUKO NOOO!" A great read. I expect nothing less from Avatar.

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