Die Aufgabe des Avatars ist es, den Frieden zwischen den vier Nationen zu bewahren – doch Jahre zuvor verschwand der letzte Avatar plötzlich. Eines Tages. Avatar Aang ist Jahre alt (chronologisch: 12, weil er Jahre eingefroren war) und sieht im. Katara and Sokka (a brother and sister) discover the Avatar (a year-old Airbender boy named Aang) frozen in an iceberg. Together the three begin their.
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Mammano of Den of Geek called the plot "smartly-written" and praised the animation. Smith compared the series' plot to Japanese action cartoons, calling its tone and dialogue "very American" and praising the humor leavening an epic, dramatic theme suitable for all ages.
According to Mike Noyes, the series amalgamates elements of "classic fantasy epics". The series' concept is "well-realized", with a consistent story.
Douglass wrote that the characters "[have] a real sense of progression", and praised the writers for their humor, drama, and emotion.
According to Miller, its writing was "true adult levels of storytelling". Critics also praised Avatar: The Last Airbender 's character development, art, animation, and choreography; Eric Amaya enjoyed the expressive animation that complements the writing.
According to Amaya, the elements were influenced by Hayao Miyazaki. Miller called the series' designs "rich and immersive", with each nation having its own, detailed look.
He praised the action scenes as "well rendered", comparing the development of the Avatar world to that of The Lord of the Rings , and the fight choreography as "wonderful in its most minor details".
Smith enjoyed the series' painstaking backgrounds. Avatar: The Last Airbender became a cult classic and had a large impact in the s on how networks viewed animated programs; subsequent children's shows would often blur the lines between youth and adult programming, featuring more adult themes.
A number of critics have referred to Avatar: The Last Airbender as one of the best animated television series of all time.
The series experienced a resurgence in popularity following its release on Netflix on May 15, ; it reached the number-one position on the platform's top series in the U.
The show is a reflection of our world. But now, we happen to be living through a time in which all these problems have been exacerbated. Several books based on the show have been published.
Dark Horse published a graphic-novel series by Gene Yang that continues Aang's story after the Hundred Years' War.
This series was translated into Hebrew in — The series explores the emerging conflict between the benders and non-benders that becomes the center for the conflict in the first season of the sequel, The Legend of Korra.
Unlike the previous five books it was written by Faith Erin Hicks. A two-part young adult novel series focusing on Avatar Kyoshi written by F.
Yee was published in July by Abrams Children's Books. The first book of the Kyoshi Novels is Avatar: The Last Airbender — The Rise of Kyoshi.
A video-game trilogy based on the series has been released. Players can create their own character and interact with other players around the world.
The series' first season was the basis of the live-action film The Last Airbender , which was written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
It was intended as the first of a trilogy of films, each of which would be based upon one of the three television seasons. The Legend of Korra , a sequel series to Avatar: The Last Airbender , premiered on Nickelodeon on April 14, Netflix announced in September that a "reimagined" live-action remake of Avatar was to start production in The series' original creators, DiMartino and Konietzko, were to be the executive producers and showrunners.
On August 12, , Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko both revealed on their social media accounts that they had departed the show due to creative differences.
Merchandising for the series included action figures , a trading card game , three video games , stuffed animals distributed by Paramount Parks , and two Lego sets.
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Main article: List of Avatar: The Last Airbender episodes. See also: Sozin's Comet. Michael DiMartino left and Bryan Konietzko, the series' co-creators.
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Archived from the original on July 20, Aang wins the battle, but before he delivers the final blow, he stops himself. Instead, Aang removes Ozai's bending ability, rendering him harmless and ending the Hundred Year War.
Later, in the Fire Nation capital, Aang is seen beside Zuko, the new Fire Lord. The series ends with Aang and his friends relaxing at Iroh 's tea shop at Ba Sing Se, where Aang and Katara share a kiss.
After beginning the Harmony Restoration Movement, an event that was meant to remove Fire Nation remnants from the Earth Kingdom, Aang agrees to end Zuko's life should he go down a path similar to his father, after the latter requests it, being stopped by Katara from entering the Avatar State as he began a later encounter with Zuko  and then tries to mediate protestors and the Yu Dao resistance,  afterward assembling members of a fan club and forming the "Air Acolytes", a group that he intends to teach the ways of the Air Nomads.
Being frozen in an iceberg for years while in the Avatar State drained much of Aang's life energy. While he did not feel the effects for many years, after he entered middle age in his 50s, the strain of this exertion increasingly weighed upon his body.
Ultimately, it resulted in Aang dying at the relatively young biological age of 66 since he was in the ice for years, in AG.
Aang was survived by his wife, Katara, and his three children, but he did not live to see his grandchildren, all of whom would become powerful airbenders.
Prior to his death, Aang tasked the Order of the White Lotus with finding and guiding the new Avatar after him. When Aang died, the Avatar spirit reincarnated into Korra of the Southern Water Tribe.
Aang intended for the Order to simply guide and guard Korra, but several mishaps in the aftermath of Aang's death including a kidnapping attempt by the anarchist Zaheer and the still-fragile state of relations between the now-Five Nations resulted in Katara and Tenzin sequestering Korra in a compound at the South Pole, bringing teachers to her instead of allowing her to seek out her own.
In the sequel series' first season, Avatar Aang's spirit occasionally serves as the spiritual advisor to seventeen-year-old Korra much like the previous Avatar incarnation, Roku, did for Aang.
Initially, Aang is only able to give Korra glimpses of his memory concerning Yakone in relation to her confrontations with his two sons, Amon and Tarrlok, the products of Yakone's Bloodbending vendetta on the Avatar.
It is only after she loses her ability to bend that Korra allows herself to listen to her past lives, at which point Aang restores her powers by triggering the Avatar State and teaching her to Energybend.
The sequel series' second season reveals that Avatar Aang apparently treated Tenzin as his favorite child, due to his son's Airbender status; Kya and Bumi mentioned to Tenzin that Aang always took Tenzin on vacations with him, but never them.
Aang's Air Acolytes also were unaware that Aang had two other children besides Tenzin. Tenzin himself insists that Aang loved all his children equally, but that Aang took more precedence in raising him since Tenzin would have to take care of future generations of airbenders.
Aang himself later appears, along with Roku, Kyoshi and Kuruk, before Korra in a vision and encourages her to learn the origins of Wan the first Avatar and Raava.
Aang, or possibly a vision of him, later appears in the Spirit World, encouraging Tenzin to move past the enormous legacy of being Aang's son and find his own path.
Korra's connection to Aang and the other preceding Avatars is severed when Vaatu extracts and subsequently kills Raava, the divine Avatar Spirit entity within her.
Even though Raava is reborn and fused again with Korra, she discovers, to her dismay, that her spiritual connection to Aang and all past Avatars is gone forever.
When Zaheer gave an ultimatum: Surrender to him or lose the new airbenders, Korra mediated into the spirit realm, she expressed her wish to call upon Aang's spirit and ask his advice in saving the new Air Nomads.
Iroh's spirit assured her that, even though Aang was no longer able to guide her, she could ask one of Aang's closest friends: Lord Zuko. Aang's character appeared in the Avatar: The Last Airbender Trading Card Game on a multitude of cards.
Aang appears as a playable racer in Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix. Aang also appeared in Escape from the Spirit World , an online video game that can be found on Nickelodeon's official website.
The game includes certain plot changes that are not shown in the show. The show's directors, Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, claim the events are canon.
There is also a location in the game set in the Air Temple. Tokyopop has published a films comic sometimes referred to as cine-manga , in which Aang, being the main character of the show, appears repeatedly.
In , director M. Night Shyamalan cast year-old Tae Kwon Do practitioner Noah Ringer as Aang in the film adaptation of the series, The Last Airbender.
The casting of a presumed white actor in the role of Aang as well as a primarily Caucasian cast in the Asian-influenced Avatar universe triggered negative reactions from some fans, marked by accusations of racism, a letter-writing campaign, and a protest outside of a Philadelphia casting call for movie extras.
A counter-movement was spawned in response by other fans who believed the casting was appropriate. Aang's character was developed from a drawing by Bryan Konietzko, depicting a bald man with an arrowlike design on his head, which the artist developed into a picture of a child with a flying bison.
The plot they described corresponds with the first and second episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender , where the "water people" Katara and Sokka rescue the "air guy" Aang while "trapped in a snowy wasteland " the Southern Water Tribe with "some fire people [that] are pressing down on them" Fire Nation Troops and Zuko.
The creators lost interest in this theme, and changed it to one hundred years of suspended animation. The robotic Momo became a flying lemur , and the herd of bison was reduced to one.
According to the show's creators, "Buddhism and Taoism have been huge inspirations behind the idea for Avatar. In "The Spirit World Winter Solstice, Part 1 ", Aang encounters an angry spirit destroying a village and kidnapping villagers; but instead of fighting the spirit, Aang negotiates.
As the Avatar, Aang is capable of bending all four elements air, water, earth and fire. The series' creators consulted a professional martial artist in the design of the show's fighting style; each of these styles' philosophies and set movements corresponds to a specific "bending arts".
The creators made bending a natural extension of consistent limitations and rules of the world. Everything in Avatar's world, whether it be clothing, culture or infrastructure, is influenced by bending.
The City of Omashu uses a complex system of gravity and earthbending to transport supplies. The Water Tribes were a naval superpower: their buildings are made of ice and used waterbending as mechanisms for their walls and gates.
Airbenders built temples atop high mountains and cliffs that could only be easily reached by Airbending and they have a hermetic ideology to reflect this isolation.
The Fire Nation were the first to industrialize due to their ability to generate power and master metallurgy with their bending of fire and lightning.
At the start of the series, Aang is initially only proficient in air, having been able to bend it with ease since he was a young child.
Through the teaching of Katara and Zuko, he gradually learns waterbending and firebending; but struggles with Toph's teachings of earthbending due to its rigid nature conflicting with his desire for freedom.
Aang utilizes all elements equally, but heavily favors airbending for crowd control and non-lethal purposes, in accordance with his pacifism principles.
As the Avatar, Aang is as a bridge between " Material World " and the " Spirit World ", the plane of existence where the universe's disembodied spirits dwell.
His spirituality training progressed swiftly, granting visions and access to the various memories from his past lives.
As his predecessors, his most powerful ability is the Avatar State , in which he receives a massive boost in raw power from the cosmic energy, enabling him to easily overcome any opponent that tries to fight him head on.
It allows him to use all four elements at the same time. In addition, this state allows him to access bending techniques he would not have learned during his own lifetime but throughout those of his past lives.
If he is killed in the Avatar State, then this would cause the Avatar to cease being reincarnated and end the Avatar Cycle.
Aang was received exceptionally by critics and fans. Kendall Lyons stated, "Aang seems to be the lighthearted kid that you can easily familiarize yourself with", and that he "seems to bring comfort in the most dangerous or hostile situations.
In , Screen Rant ranked Aang 15 on its "30 Best Animated TV Characters Of All Time" list. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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