The Legend Of Korra: Ruins Of The Empire Part One
  • The Legend Of Korra: Ruins Of The Empire Part One
  • The Legend Of Korra: Ruins Of The Empire Part One
ISBN: 1506708943
EAN13: 9781506708942
Language: English
Release Date: May 21, 2019
Pages: 80
Weight: 0.81 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Good stuff
Better than the turf wars already. Not to mention the wonderful Korrasami moments are cute and small.
   Great start
A continuation of Kuvira's journey and what happens to the remnants of the Earth Empire. Plus, the art is nice.
   Carries the spirit of the original series and is a delight to read. Recommended over "Turf Wars"
Carries the spirit of the original series and has capturing attention to detail! I feel like it has really the messages of the TV series. Michelle Wong is also an illustrator who is really suited for the series. There were landscape cuts that I found incredibly captivating and really helped my immersion. I liked this much more than the comic turf wars. So glad I ordered the second book of Ruins of the Empire at the same time!
   Nice Addition To Some Needed Lore
The last season of left with a lot of questions about the Earth Empire. What were Kuvira's feelings about her natural and adopted family? This series will answer these questions. Also, the antagonist seems to be a nice change of pace. He seems to be much more calculating and even reveal a twist that I did not see coming.
There are still very cute moments between our two leading ladies as well, and I say this only because I was worried that they would phase it out. Overall, I am very happy with it.
   Just like a new episode of Korra
I love the new style of art, it looks a lot like the show. It reads just like an episode of Korra's Legend, with the characters written just how they sound and good beats of humor. I really liked the transitions, which is something you don 't always get with comics.
   Great comic!!(damaged though)
Michael has not let me down again. I read it from the moment I got it out of the mail and zipped right through it! If you're someone who is a fan of the show, you’ll enjoy the comics. I am always refreshed when I get to explore the avatar world through these comics. Now I'm just sad that I have to wait until October to continue it, but Dimartino has entertained me thoroughly and I think his product deserves five stars itself.
   A Step Up
Art has seen a major improvement, appearing much cleaner and closer to the show than before. The characters and backgrounds are much more detailed and polished. The plot is much more enjoyable and doesn 't feel as much of a secondary story as Turf Wars did. I really enjoyed this issue and am eagerly awaiting the next 2.
   Great but too short.
I love how the authors are expanding the Lok universe through comics, the story and art are good, the only downfall is that every new issue comes out every six months...
   No regrets
Disclaimer : I am a big Korra fan and this book did not disappoint in terms of maturity, plotline and characters. It felt like I was watching a moving picture unfold at times, and I almost wish that this had been turned into a full tv episode instead of 80 pages on a comic book. Korra has always been about individuals vying for power and systems of government. Either by building a new political system or by removing all systems completely and that attracts an older audience. This book sets the stage for a story about democracy and overt brainwashing, which is, I think, a subtle nod towards media manipulation. The problem is that her team are all young and probably don 't have many intelligent things to say about politics civics or governance. Korra is naive as usual, but I think that is the correct way to write it. Looking forward to Book 2, where we might get interesting dialogue perspectives from the older generation.