It’s time to put our Avatar miniseries to rest as we tackle seasons three and four of The Legend of Korra. What’s up with gender roles? Why are we so het up about modernity? Where does the show succeed, and where does it fail?
To get right to the Korra talk, skip to 00:17:30.
Mistakes: Our audio got slightly out of sync and is sadly unfixable. The result is that it sounds like we’re recording in a cave. You can, if you like, imagine us podcasting from an isolated cavern.
What Missy’s Been Up To:
Can I Pet Your Werewolf, edited by Kel McDonald
What Merri’s Been Up To:
Reputation by Taylor Swift
The Great British Bake-Off
Some Links You Might Find Interesting:
Sleeps With Monsters: The Legend of Korra Saved My Sanity by Liz Bourke
The Legend of Korra Upgrades Avatar‘s Mythic Bending Epic by Scott Thill
The Psychology of Inspirational Women: Korra by Dr. Janina Scarlet
Zaheer: Why Kill the Avatar by Hello Future Me
‘The Legend Of Korra’ Book Four: Kuvira And The Rise Of Fascism by Juliet Kahn
Eschatology in The Legend of Korra by Taylor Ramage
Legend of Korra‘s Finale and the Problem With “Fan Service” by Emily Asher-Perrin
“Legend of Korra”‘s Final Scene Wasn’t Enough and Why We Must Demand More by Mey Rude