Team Avatar is in peril as a dangerously powerful ancient spirit awakens with vengeance and destruction on its mind Bonds will be tested and new truths revealed as Aang must answer an important question Can humans and spirits co exist Written and drawn by the team behind the best selling The Promise and The Search, Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru, in collaboration with Avatar The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra animated televison show creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, this is the ultimate continuation of Avatar and the perfect companion to Legend of Korra...
|Title||:||Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Rift Part 3|
|Publisher||:||Dark Horse Books November 18, 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||80 pages|
|File Size||:||763 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Rift Part 3 Reviews
I said five stars cause of the great story telling, great character growth. Especially Aang and Toph because their both very different characters. Yet they learn from each other, they still remaining friends and not enemies. It teaches the reader that we need all kinds of kinds people things activities and so forth.This story also makes it clear to the reader why they made The Promise and The search! When I look back at those stories I feelt The Promise was about certain change and looking forward to New things in the future with different race living together. The Search was about certain things staying the same and excepting it. Like Zuko staying firelord and Ozai still being Zuko's biological father. It make sense why they keep mentioning the past and the future in this book! Genius!!! All I can say is that we need more fight scenes and maybe better villains in the next story of Last Airbender but other then that keep up the good work.
If you were hoping that this series would have you loving Zuko's dear mother even more than you already loved her from the show, prepare to be disappointed. I'll try not to spoil it too much, (though with that said, spoiler warning anyway) but I will say that despite the fact that in the TV series she appeared to have made some kind of completely selfless sacrifice to save Zuko, that wasn't *quite* the case. In fact, in the 3-part series "The Search", Ursa is quite a cowardly, spiteful, and most of all selfish woman. Her self-centered actions resulted in her own children's suffering while she went off and lived her lifelong "dream". Many of the Fire Nation's royal family struggles were actually almost as much her fault as they were Ozai's. This is a bit of a disappointment since she was supposed to be the one member of the family who really loved young Zuko, but after reading this it seems she didn't quite care about him *that* much. (End spoiler content)
This series ends on a real cliffhanger mystery and now I have to wait even longer for it to come out.
If you don't want to read my long raving over this part, here's a quick summary. I love this book. Not only did it give me everything I wanted to see, like Ursa confronting Ozai, but it gave me things I didn't even know I wanted to see. The political situations are intense, the artwork brilliant, and every line spoken by the characters sounds like them. Even the love triangle (which I did not like) was handled well enough. It's a very satisfying conclusion on pretty much every level.