The Legend of Korra (2012–2014)
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Endgame 

The duel between Amon and Korra - will Korra be powerful enough to beat Amon?

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Korra (voice)
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Mako (voice)
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Bolin (voice)
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Asami Sato (voice)
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Lin Beifong (voice)
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Amon (voice)
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General Iroh (voice)
Logan Wells ...
Meelo (voice)
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Ikki (voice)
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Hiroshi Sato (voice)
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Lieutenant (voice)
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Aang (voice)
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Protestor (voice)
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Korra faces the Equalists' mysterious leader, Amon, as the war in Republic City comes to a head. Written by Nickelodeon Publicity

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23 June 2012 (USA)  »

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Amon: Thank you all for joining me on this historic occasion. When I was a boy, a firebender struck down my entire family and left me scarred. That, tragic event began my quest to equalize the world.
Korra: That's a lie, Amon! Or should I call you Noatak?
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A Perfect Finale
24 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

People might be prejudiced against spin-off series but Legend of the korra turned out to be very different and unique (just like Caprica after BSG).

The series never lost his connection to the Avatar: The Last Airbender and the nostalgia of it kept the show always alive as it found its own path with it's good story that led to a satisfying perfect finale where all questions are answered.

The finale remained realistic as the whole season. It reflected the emotions, the despair and the friendship values particularly well while the music was flawlessly integrated. The episode was full of surprises and action it was the best episode of Korra yet. I don't know if there will be other seasons but it doesn't matter since we're given a perfect ending.


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