Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
ISBN: 1506708129
EAN13: 9781506708126
Language: English
Pages: 240
Dimensions: 1" H x 12" L x 9" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
Select Format Format: Hardcover Select Conditions Condition: New

Selected

Format: Hardcover

Condition: New

$39.99
Quantity
77 Available

Select Conditions
  • New $39.99 Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition
Book Overview

Aang faces a decision from which there is no return

When Aang, Katara, Sokka, and Toph return to Earthen Fire Industries--the factory owned by Toph's father--Aang is surprised when their arrival is met with a cold shoulder. As soon as the team is asked for help at a business council meeting, the reason for the slight becomes clear: a massive bender-versus-non-bender conflict has gripped the town and is threatening to turn violent. In order to heal the divide and save the town, Aang and the team will all face tough decisions about power and identity that could tear them apart.

Written by Faith Erin Hicks (The Adventures of Superhero Girl, The Nameless City) and drawn by Peter Wartman (Stonebreaker), in collaboration with Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, this is the ultimate continuation of Avatar

Collects Avatar: The Last Airbender - Imbalance parts 1-3 (ATLA volumes 16-18).

Frequently Asked Questions About Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition

Book Reviews (10)

5
  |   10  reviews
Did you read Avatar: The Last Airbender--Imbalance Library Edition? Please provide your feedback and rating to help other readers.
Write Review
Captcha
5
   Love these books
I love the library editions, they have author commentary, and the book is bigger, so you can see the art a lot better.
 
4
   Love Avatar, an adjustment to new drawing style
We all watched the show and then bought the books. It was difficult to get used to the new drawing style. It's hard when the look and facial expressions of characters you' ve spent years with change. We' ll probably be by the next one, if there is one, because it's still the Avatar world.
 
5
   Fantastic Gift.
My granddaughter wanted to give this book as a gift. It was ordered for her. She was happy when it arrived. Her parents were impressed by the book. Excellent recommendation.
 
5
   Awesome quality book, really amazing.
This edition is very good quality for the price. I was expecting a quick re- run of the printed graphic novel. I like to explore more of the story with my kids. This is a high quality book. Comments and notes from Faith and Peter push this edition over the top.
 
5
   Amazing Quality!
The quality and art is wonderful, but I don't like the overall story of this one.
 
5
   One of the Best Avatar Installments Thus Far
This is one of the best installments of the comic, despite the absence of Zuko. In The Legend of Korra, we see some of the origins of Republic City and the growing disputes between benders and non- benders. A nice historical bridge between the two, and I enjoy seeing the characters aging a bit.
 
5
   Awesome new installment in the Avatar world!!
If you were worried about a new writing and art team taking over the franchise, rest easy because this is a great addition. It feels like an excellent episode of the series and is very true to the characters. I love how it begins the tie- in into the Korra age, it's got great humor. Get this as soon as possible.
 
1
   Arrived with a big divet in the cover
My granddaughter has all of the books, but this one arrived with a big divet in the cover. That was sad. I'm wondering if it is possible to get a partial refund. It's hard to exchange.
 
5
   Republic City origins & Toph being badaśś
I have a lot of the library edition books and this one was great to read. The Legend of Korra introduces Republic City in this story. In the decades between this story and Korra, it changes a lot. The comments in the side panels are worth it.
 
5
   Need it!
Between the start of Republic city and some issues with building, the story is a great bridge. It has great jokes from Sokka too.
 
1