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Rebellion on the Horizon After attempting to kidnap Katara and Sokka, Southerner Gilak has disappeared leaving only a haunting note in the deserted caverns: "Soon you will see the truth, Chieftain." The vow leaves everyone on edge and prompts Hakoda to tighten security around the city. Still reeling from the discovery that her father is romantically involved with Malina, Ka Rebellion on the Horizon After attempting to kidnap Katara and Sokka, Southerner Gilak has disappeared leaving only a haunting note in the deserted caverns: "Soon you will see the truth, Chieftain." The vow leaves everyone on edge and prompts Hakoda to tighten security around the city. Still reeling from the discovery that her father is romantically involved with Malina, Katara is more distrusting of the Northern newcomer than ever...and just as everyone begins to relax their guard, Gilak's crew strikes and reveals some troubling information. Have Katara's worst fears been confirmed?


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Rebellion on the Horizon After attempting to kidnap Katara and Sokka, Southerner Gilak has disappeared leaving only a haunting note in the deserted caverns: "Soon you will see the truth, Chieftain." The vow leaves everyone on edge and prompts Hakoda to tighten security around the city. Still reeling from the discovery that her father is romantically involved with Malina, Ka Rebellion on the Horizon After attempting to kidnap Katara and Sokka, Southerner Gilak has disappeared leaving only a haunting note in the deserted caverns: "Soon you will see the truth, Chieftain." The vow leaves everyone on edge and prompts Hakoda to tighten security around the city. Still reeling from the discovery that her father is romantically involved with Malina, Katara is more distrusting of the Northern newcomer than ever...and just as everyone begins to relax their guard, Gilak's crew strikes and reveals some troubling information. Have Katara's worst fears been confirmed?

30 review for Avatar: The Last Airbender: North and South, Part 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Elend Wolf

    "Wounds flow from wrong actions. Wrong actions flow from wrong beliefs. Someone needs to reexamine their beliefs." This is exactly what happens when we became extremists and forgo the ever-sensible reaction of talking about our problems looking for peaceful solutions. But it is always more appealing to just go to arms and try to do it by our means. Of course. Things got really heated towards the end and the promise of an intense confrontation next issue is imminent. I wonder, how are they gonna "Wounds flow from wrong actions. Wrong actions flow from wrong beliefs. Someone needs to reexamine their beliefs." This is exactly what happens when we became extremists and forgo the ever-sensible reaction of talking about our problems looking for peaceful solutions. But it is always more appealing to just go to arms and try to do it by our means. Of course. Things got really heated towards the end and the promise of an intense confrontation next issue is imminent. I wonder, how are they gonna save the situation? Aang and Toph are a part of this, finally, and the prospect of what both of them, whose views are completely different at times, are gonna bring to the table is interesting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    Actual rating 4.5 stars. Tensions rose to an all-time high as secret plans were uncovered. I liked the Katara and Hakoda talk. It was a mature and honest conversation. Plus you saw Katara truly take it to heart. Of course things went from shaky to awful on that front. I’m excited to see the conclusion to this story line. I can see both sides of the argument so it'll be interesting what the end result will be. Actual rating 4.5 stars. Tensions rose to an all-time high as secret plans were uncovered. I liked the Katara and Hakoda talk. It was a mature and honest conversation. Plus you saw Katara truly take it to heart. Of course things went from shaky to awful on that front. I’m excited to see the conclusion to this story line. I can see both sides of the argument so it'll be interesting what the end result will be.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    I enjoy these fun stories about Aang. This was a good story with colorful and fun art showing the action. If you liked the movie or the cartoon, you will enjoy this stories as well.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sophie_The_Jedi_Knight

    I wasn't exactly annoyed that Toph and Aang showed up, but we had a lot of stuff with the Gaang previously and I kind of wanted more Katara and Sokka-focused content, even though that's what the first volume was. Aang was pretty cool in here, though. The story's plot has taken a bit of turn that I've seen before when a character is worried another character is going to betray them, which is a little done, but it's not bad. 4/5 stars. I wasn't exactly annoyed that Toph and Aang showed up, but we had a lot of stuff with the Gaang previously and I kind of wanted more Katara and Sokka-focused content, even though that's what the first volume was. Aang was pretty cool in here, though. The story's plot has taken a bit of turn that I've seen before when a character is worried another character is going to betray them, which is a little done, but it's not bad. 4/5 stars.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Aleksandra

    4.5 stars! Like this volume a lot! Action-packed and intense! I like the humor in here, Sokka and Toph are the greatest! It's great to see Aang again. I love the strong anti-colonialism theme of ATLA comics and I love the discussion on moving forward with time while saving your tradition and culture. ATLA: North and South is very entertaining and very thought-provoking arc. In the best traditions of ATLA;) 4.5 stars! Like this volume a lot! Action-packed and intense! I like the humor in here, Sokka and Toph are the greatest! It's great to see Aang again. I love the strong anti-colonialism theme of ATLA comics and I love the discussion on moving forward with time while saving your tradition and culture. ATLA: North and South is very entertaining and very thought-provoking arc. In the best traditions of ATLA;)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kailey (Luminous Libro)

    I love seeing more stories from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender. It's so exciting to see Team Avatar growing up, dealing with bigger problems, and learning new things. The conflict really gains momentum in this second volume, and the stakes are higher as Katara and Sokka discover that their father is not quite the same as they remembered. They have all grown and changed over the years, and that's not a bad thing. It's just different, and Katara has trouble adjusting to the new dynamics in I love seeing more stories from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender. It's so exciting to see Team Avatar growing up, dealing with bigger problems, and learning new things. The conflict really gains momentum in this second volume, and the stakes are higher as Katara and Sokka discover that their father is not quite the same as they remembered. They have all grown and changed over the years, and that's not a bad thing. It's just different, and Katara has trouble adjusting to the new dynamics in her family. I'm loving this story!

  7. 5 out of 5

    karla.

    So you know that the right kind of love, the kind that’s real, that sacrifices, that kind of love doesn’t blind you. It actually helps you see. que frustración, que bronca al final

  8. 5 out of 5

    Britt

    Oil. Extremists. An affluent nation thinking it knows better than the 'savage' one. Gene Luen Yang is not backing off from 'adult' topics in a comic that has children as their main audience. I am glad that he does because for children growing up in this world this particular trilogy shows that the world - whether it is ours or the Avatar world - is not black and white. And I think it is important to acknowledge that. It also shows that a small group of extremists does not represent a whole nation Oil. Extremists. An affluent nation thinking it knows better than the 'savage' one. Gene Luen Yang is not backing off from 'adult' topics in a comic that has children as their main audience. I am glad that he does because for children growing up in this world this particular trilogy shows that the world - whether it is ours or the Avatar world - is not black and white. And I think it is important to acknowledge that. It also shows that a small group of extremists does not represent a whole nation. It shows that some beliefs are grounded in reasonable standpoints but when taken to the extreme... it goes completely off the track. However, sometimes the art threw me off and scenes were quickly changing, which confused me. Still, I am very glad about this more grown-up turn of the story because it makes it more enjoyable for me, too.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Madeline O'Rourke

    North and South, Part 2 was super dramatic and I enjoyed it a lot. There are so many people with different and opposing motivations and I still can't foresee how it will all be reconciled. I particularly appreciated reading about Sokka and Katara's opposing viewpoints. North and South, Part 2 was super dramatic and I enjoyed it a lot. There are so many people with different and opposing motivations and I still can't foresee how it will all be reconciled. I particularly appreciated reading about Sokka and Katara's opposing viewpoints.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gretal

    I really love how it's apparent that they're a bit older than they were in the series. I really love how it's apparent that they're a bit older than they were in the series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    Another great installment of the Avatar graphic novels. Toph joins in! What more do you need?

  12. 4 out of 5

    rain

    excited to find out how this story is going to end

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    Oh no. The "sweetie" is back in force. :P Oh no. The "sweetie" is back in force. :P

  14. 4 out of 5

    Annie (Putt)

    I'm hoping the creators of the comics stop after this series, because I'm starting to see more of If you've read any of my Avatar graphic novel reviews or spoken to me about Avatar, you will know that I despise Korra.  Two videos that I recommend that give EXCELLENT reasons are The Legend of Korra is Garbage and Here's Why and Animated Atrocities #141: The Legend of Korra Book 1.  These are not rant videos, but videos that take an in-depth look into why Avatar was great and why Korra is a failur I'm hoping the creators of the comics stop after this series, because I'm starting to see more of If you've read any of my Avatar graphic novel reviews or spoken to me about Avatar, you will know that I despise Korra.  Two videos that I recommend that give EXCELLENT reasons are The Legend of Korra is Garbage and Here's Why and Animated Atrocities #141: The Legend of Korra Book 1.  These are not rant videos, but videos that take an in-depth look into why Avatar was great and why Korra is a failure.  Korra had amazing potential, but the creators of it messed up badly. One of my personal issue with Korra is this shift from an Asian/diverse world into a heavily-influenced, Steampunk-esque 1920s New York.  The sudden shove toward this is so evident in the comics, and it's awkward.  Except for one other of the comic series, none of the others have had this feel to shove Korra's ideas in your face until now. North and South shows how the Northern Water Tribe wants to use the Southern Water Tribe's resources for their own.  They want to convert the SWT into a colony of the NWT.  The whole point for this? The fact that the SWT has oil.  Firstly, that is SUCH an Americana idea, it's sick.  And it's so blatant too!  The NWT feels as though the SWT is primitive and animals all because they didn't live in big fancy houses and the SWT was a conglomerate of a bunch of tribes living down in the South Pole.  You got a hint of the feeling of that in the first season of Avatar, but it wasn't quite so greed-based.  The NWT looked down on their brothers because of an argument between the two and because the North prided themselves on "civilization." None of this felt right.  Saying that Katara's and Sokka's dad would want to change the whole tribe to be a NWT knock-off was a bit much.  And making him in charge of everyone?  Why?  There was nothing in the TV series that showed he could be a great political leader for an enormous amount of people.  He feels like a puppet monarch, more than anything. The whole concept out of these two books was that old/ancient ways and customs are bad, and innovation, ambition, and "improvement" is the "right" way.  But you'll argue and say that the NWT didn't get what hey wanted.  Didn't they?  The majority of SWT people are now happily living in Northern styled homes, eating Northern styled food, and wanting a fancier life while all the dissenters live in a cave, are quick to try to kill people, and are ridiculously foolish. One of the arguments from the above mentioned videos is that the creators of Korra went out of there way to say that Democracy/Americana was the only good thing and that everything else is bad.  It's very blatant in the show, whereas in North and South, it's more subtle, but it's there. Also, still no one has explained how automobiles work AND why they require oil.  yet another technological "advancement" that quickly shoves you more toward the Korra world.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

    is... is it bad i wanted someone to get brutally stabbed and die from their wounds in the world of avatar? maybe... i got really excited about them changing up the formula for a second. HOWEVER, the quick up-close-and-personal display of violence such as a stabbing hasn't really been shown in avatar so far, that i can remember. felt a bit odd, though not bad the world of the north "invading" the southern water tribe was more developed here, as the gang goes to a festival. toph made an appearance, is... is it bad i wanted someone to get brutally stabbed and die from their wounds in the world of avatar? maybe... i got really excited about them changing up the formula for a second. HOWEVER, the quick up-close-and-personal display of violence such as a stabbing hasn't really been shown in avatar so far, that i can remember. felt a bit odd, though not bad the world of the north "invading" the southern water tribe was more developed here, as the gang goes to a festival. toph made an appearance, and i love her so much; she had the best lines, of course, which is very in character verrrrry interested to see how these two ideologies are going to be resolved in one slim volume. "join the future or we take your shit" vs. "we're gonna kill you for even daring to think such a thing." very tense.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Reading these after having watched all of Legend of Korra, makes me realize how much I had missed certain characters, like Sokka and Toph. Okay, yes, we do get a little bit of both of them in Korra, but not nearly enough. I'm reading these way too quickly, and then I'm going to have to wait to have more Team Avatar in my life. Reading these after having watched all of Legend of Korra, makes me realize how much I had missed certain characters, like Sokka and Toph. Okay, yes, we do get a little bit of both of them in Korra, but not nearly enough. I'm reading these way too quickly, and then I'm going to have to wait to have more Team Avatar in my life.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maria Kramer

    Some dramatic revelations in this volume - and the entrance of Toph! Toph should be in everything.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    My love for the Avatar world is never ending.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Phoebe Jeziel

    So good!! I love all the political drama!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Yuè

    I swear to God, the Northern and Southern Water Tribes can never live in peace, eh?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    i believe in captain boomerang supremacy

  22. 5 out of 5

    Serena

    EVERYONE IS SO FUCKING STUPID

  23. 4 out of 5

    Siriusly

    Turned into annoying teenybopper fanfic.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carrie (The Butterfly Reader)

    They call each other sweetie! Omg how cute is that! While not as good as the TV show, this comic is great and I’m loving it!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heather Wickett

    Did it take me 10 minutes to read this teeny comic? Yes. Will I be counting this on my 2019 book total? Also yes

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alysa Craigie

    Dang there are a lot of secrets!! Rebellion truly is on the horizon!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    Can't wait to see what is going to happen in Part 3!! And I'm so glad Team Avatar is back!! Can't wait to see what is going to happen in Part 3!! And I'm so glad Team Avatar is back!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    I miss this show so much <3 This is a fun continuation of Book 3

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

    Everything is always so black and white... People are either really bad and blinded by their rage, or they are good. Only a few come in between (and those are never secondary characters).

  30. 5 out of 5

    Perdana

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I do love this book! I will tell my friends to read it!

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