The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars, Part Three

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars, Part Three

When Asami is kidnapped, Korra sets out to the Spirit Wilds to find her. Now teeming with dark spirits influenced by the half spirit-half human Tokuga, the landscape is more dangerous than ever before. The two women must trust in each other and work together if they are to make it out alive. Their fate is revealed in this stunning, action-packed conclusion to The Legend of When Asami is kidnapped, Korra sets out to the Spirit Wilds to find her. Now teeming with dark spirits influenced by the ...

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Title:The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars, Part Three
Author:Michael Dante DiMartino
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Part Three
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:76 pages pages

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars, Part Three Reviews

  • Kirsten
    Oct 13, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

    Coming back to the avatar/ Legend of Korra universe is always like coming home. ATLA was my childhood and, it with LOK, continues to be one of my favourite comfort reads/shows. Plus there is always the bonus of seeing Korra and Asami happy and in love on page. ...

    3.5 stars. Definitely not my favourite out of the three, but still good. ...

    Who cares the plot is vaguely flawed and the idea isn't very original (compared to the first two volumes we have new groups of people and intense politico) when you have two favorite people kissing and confessing love to each other? I mean, everything else doesn't matter, right. Also Z...

    The story is aces, and I love the ending! The art seemed a bit rough or rushed in this one, though; I?m not sure what was up with that, but Asami?s face was really weirdly shaped a few times. ...

  • Ashley
    Nov 16, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

  • ambyr
    Sep 05, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

  • Devann
    Sep 08, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

  • Hayley
    Sep 05, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

    Coming back to the avatar/ Legend of Korra universe is always like coming home. ATLA was my childhood and, it with LOK, continues to be one of my favourite comfort reads/shows. Plus there is always the bonus of seeing Korra and Asami happy and in love on page. ...

    3.5 stars. Definitely not my favourite out of the three, but still good. ...

  • Χρύσα Αναστασίου
    Oct 14, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

  • Ariya
    Sep 10, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

    Coming back to the avatar/ Legend of Korra universe is always like coming home. ATLA was my childhood and, it with LOK, continues to be one of my favourite comfort reads/shows. Plus there is always the bonus of seeing Korra and Asami happy and in love on page. ...

    3.5 stars. Definitely not my favourite out of the three, but still good. ...

    Who cares the plot is vaguely flawed and the idea isn't very original (compared to the first two volumes we have new groups of people and intense politico) when you have two favorite people kissing and confessing love to each other? I mean, everything else doesn't matter, right. Also Z...

  • Alison
    Sep 19, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

  • Connie
    May 24, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

  • milou  ☁️
    Feb 08, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

  • Shadowdenizen
    Sep 01, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

  • Aina
    Feb 24, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

    Coming back to the avatar/ Legend of Korra universe is always like coming home. ATLA was my childhood and, it with LOK, continues to be one of my favourite comfort reads/shows. Plus there is always the bonus of seeing Korra and Asami happy and in love on page. ...

    3.5 stars. Definitely not my favourite out of the three, but still good. ...

    Who cares the plot is vaguely flawed and the idea isn't very original (compared to the first two volumes we have new groups of people and intense politico) when you have two favorite people kissing and confessing love to each other? I mean, everything else doesn't matter, right. Also Z...

    The story is aces, and I love the ending! The art seemed a bit rough or rushed in this one, though; I?m not sure what was up with that, but Asami?s face was really weirdly shaped a few times. ...

    Excuse me while I cry. ...

    4'5 stars ...

  • Inga
    Dec 28, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

  • Manisha
    Dec 22, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

  • Kelley Harrington
    Nov 04, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

  • hope ❅
    Dec 23, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

    Coming back to the avatar/ Legend of Korra universe is always like coming home. ATLA was my childhood and, it with LOK, continues to be one of my favourite comfort reads/shows. Plus there is always the bonus of seeing Korra and Asami happy and in love on page. ...

    3.5 stars. Definitely not my favourite out of the three, but still good. ...

    Who cares the plot is vaguely flawed and the idea isn't very original (compared to the first two volumes we have new groups of people and intense politico) when you have two favorite people kissing and confessing love to each other? I mean, everything else doesn't matter, right. Also Z...

    The story is aces, and I love the ending! The art seemed a bit rough or rushed in this one, though; I?m not sure what was up with that, but Asami?s face was really weirdly shaped a few times. ...

    Excuse me while I cry. ...

  • Jhosy
    Nov 25, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

  • Aleksandra
    Sep 23, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

  • E.
    Sep 05, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

  • Natasha
    Feb 01, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

  • James Bowman
    Sep 09, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

  • Sophia Hanson
    Feb 27, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

  • Alice
    May 03, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

  • Alexandra Elend Wolf
    Apr 11, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

  • Alexis
    Mar 04, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

  • jessica ☾
    Jun 06, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

  • Vignesh Kumar
    Jun 11, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

  • Hind
    Feb 06, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

  • Gillian
    Oct 29, 2018

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

  • Shan( Shans_Shelves) &#x1f49c;
    Apr 12, 2019

    ? 5 twinkling stars, and it deserves much more It's been well over a year since the first comic in this series got published which was a release which we all had been anticipating for years, especially after the show ended. Now we've reached the conclusion of the Turf Wars series ...

    "Next time you're walking down the street, look up. Say "Hello!" to that stranger passing you by. Imagine what it's like to walk in their shoes. If enough of us do that, we might someday find balance as a society, and with one another." I feel a bit underwhelm about that ending....

    Korrasami is so fucking canon you guys. My heart is swole :') ...

    Things are not looking well for Korra and team Avatar now that Tokuga has gotten his hands on some very powerful weapons and is holding a certain brunette hostage. This final chapter of Turf Wars is also full of action as the gang tries to save the hostages while stopping Tokuga from p...

    Again ... A wonderful volume! And Korra finally tells Asami those three little words: "I love you" aaah ... my heart! I can't wait for the new volume! ...

    A solid ending to a good story. I liked the team work, I loved the characters, and I hated the sketchy art style. It improved towards the end of this edition, but the beginning was a mess. I hope the next comic has better art work. ...

    What is up with this drawing style? Maybe they?re just trying something new, but I am definitely not a fan. This installment just kinda came across to me like they were just going through the motions to finish the story. It seems faster they keep pumping these comics out, the worse t...

    SapphicAThon: Book where the romance isn't the focus ...

    4.5 stars. I'm glad they are now continuing the Korra storyline in comics form, and this micked it off in grand fashion. (While I love Avatar, Korra always spoke to me more.) ...

    Although I'm still not wild about the sketchy art style and sometimes messed up proportions, I did enjoy this volume a lot more than the second one. So glad we got a neat story like this that focuses on the aftermath of the series, both in terms of what happens next for Republic City a...

    I just really miss Legend of Korra. That is my main takeaway from reading this three-part comic series over the last year. I just did a rewatch of Avatar the Last Airbender and Korra at the beginning of the year, but I might have to do another one. It's just so good. I think I might...

    Part One brought us back to Republic City. Part Two brought us back to the action. Part Three brought us back to the feels. The final resolution felt a little underwhelming given the lack of confrontation and bending but an ending based on wits. I missed a final big battle with be...

    I enjoyed part three the most. Even though some things were a bit simplistic, iyt had more emotion to it and it carried on with the overall spirit of the Avatar universe rather well. Also, go Korra and Asami! <3 ...

    Part Two of this trilogy was a bit of a let down, but Part 3 totally made up for it! Korra and Asami confessing their love for each other? Mako being super supportive of his two exes dating? Zhu Li becoming president? Sign me the fuck up. ...

    The third part beautifully finished the Turf Wars and I am in love with it! My heart goes for Korrasami! They both are awesome as couples and now I can add it to my OTPs! The way people accepted the relationship shows maturity in children's comics as well! ...

    If you loved LoK as a tv show, the comics are a great extension + continuation of the story. These characters are wonderful, and I'll follow them to the ends of the earth. ...

    The ending of this one made me unexpectedly emotional. Avatar Aang throwbacks and endings where LGBT characters survive and thrive have that effect on me I guess. <3 ...

    I enjoy reading about Avatar Korra too much and I cannot get enough of her adventures. Part three gave us another glimpse of Republic city and the spirit portal which was amazing once again. A lot of things happened in this volume and the story moved forward in a way that left me w...

    (This review covers all three parts of Turf Wars.) A solid continuation of Legend of Korra. The Korra-Asami relationship (and the reaction of others to it) is handled fairly well, as is the dramatic plot of the titular turf wars between rival bender gangs and between political facti...

    3.75 I honestly do prefer the TV show then the comics. I'm not a big fan of the art style these comics have in it but I do appreciate that Michael Dante DiMartino is making more comics for this world that I love so much. The one thing I really did enjoy about this three part series ...

    The plot here is pedestrian, but you know what? Sometimes I don't need innovative. Sometimes I just want to watch happy lesbians be happy together. Add in some nice character moments and the continued expanding role of my personal fave, Zhu-Li, and this was pretty much the perfect acco...

    a very satisfying conclusion to this arc of the graphic novels!! i'm so glad they decided to carry on with these, Avatar genuinely has the best universe and storytelling, so i love being able to continue experiencing this world in so many different stories and formats ...

    Beautiful finale to the trilogy! Korrasami scenes are iconic, Zhu Li is strong and beautiful and I love her, the art is so pretty! I'm so happy we are getting more The Legend of Korra comic books! ...

    "The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Though darkness thrives in the void, it always yields to purifying light." ? Avatar Aang ...

    Coming back to the avatar/ Legend of Korra universe is always like coming home. ATLA was my childhood and, it with LOK, continues to be one of my favourite comfort reads/shows. Plus there is always the bonus of seeing Korra and Asami happy and in love on page. ...