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Avatar: The Last Airbender: Imbalance, Part Three

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Team Avatar faces their most dangerous foe yet as the bender vs. non-bender conflict turns into an all-out war in this action-packed conclusion to the Imbalance arc! While Aang grapples with a life-changing decision that only he can make as the Avatar, Toph and Katara implore him--from opposite sides--to choose a path. Meanwhile, Ru and Yaling concoct a fiery ploy to get their Team Avatar faces their most dangerous foe yet as the bender vs. non-bender conflict turns into an all-out war in this action-packed conclusion to the Imbalance arc! While Aang grapples with a life-changing decision that only he can make as the Avatar, Toph and Katara implore him--from opposite sides--to choose a path. Meanwhile, Ru and Yaling concoct a fiery ploy to get their mother back. The bender vs. non-bender conflict finally reaches a powerful boiling point, and for better or for worse, Cranefish Town will never be the same! 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!


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Team Avatar faces their most dangerous foe yet as the bender vs. non-bender conflict turns into an all-out war in this action-packed conclusion to the Imbalance arc! While Aang grapples with a life-changing decision that only he can make as the Avatar, Toph and Katara implore him--from opposite sides--to choose a path. Meanwhile, Ru and Yaling concoct a fiery ploy to get their Team Avatar faces their most dangerous foe yet as the bender vs. non-bender conflict turns into an all-out war in this action-packed conclusion to the Imbalance arc! While Aang grapples with a life-changing decision that only he can make as the Avatar, Toph and Katara implore him--from opposite sides--to choose a path. Meanwhile, Ru and Yaling concoct a fiery ploy to get their mother back. The bender vs. non-bender conflict finally reaches a powerful boiling point, and for better or for worse, Cranefish Town will never be the same! 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!

30 review for Avatar: The Last Airbender: Imbalance, Part Three

  1. 5 out of 5

    Manisha

    This comic series had everything: action, humour, friendship, teamwork, and most of all an in depth discussion about bigotry as well as the birth of extremism. I’m glad that these comics are used as a medium to conquer real world issues, as the animated series did exactly that. Prejudice and elitism go hand in hand, and this story really shines the light on that through the Benders vs. Non-Benders conflict. And I couldn’t help but notice… I spy with my little eye what I believe is the beginning This comic series had everything: action, humour, friendship, teamwork, and most of all an in depth discussion about bigotry as well as the birth of extremism. I’m glad that these comics are used as a medium to conquer real world issues, as the animated series did exactly that. Prejudice and elitism go hand in hand, and this story really shines the light on that through the Benders vs. Non-Benders conflict. And I couldn’t help but notice… I spy with my little eye what I believe is the beginning of Republic City. I’m looking forward to the next adventure with Aang and the Gaang.

  2. 4 out of 5

    jessica ☾

    I really love the art style for this comic trilogy, but this was just a very unsatisfying end to a lacking story. I feel like if more time was put into developing the storyline, it would’ve measured up more closely to the other Avatar comics.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Koger

    this feels so important!!!! this has to be the start of republic city!!! ahhhh. i loved the themes that avatar explores!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marc *Dark Reader of the Woods*

    Good! But not great. The story came to its logical conclusion. There were some great character moments, especially for Sokka, a little less so for Toph. Oh, how well I can hear their voices when I read their dialogue. The art is as sharp as usual, except there seemed to be a lot of panels of head shots with absent background environment, leaving them rather blank-looking. But now, can we not continue this story any further? There are now quite enough details painfully laid out connecting the Ava Good! But not great. The story came to its logical conclusion. There were some great character moments, especially for Sokka, a little less so for Toph. Oh, how well I can hear their voices when I read their dialogue. The art is as sharp as usual, except there seemed to be a lot of panels of head shots with absent background environment, leaving them rather blank-looking. But now, can we not continue this story any further? There are now quite enough details painfully laid out connecting the Avatar TV series with the Legend of Korra series. Leave something to imagination, please.

  5. 5 out of 5

    milou ☕️

    “This city needs you." “I think it needs us." I've never had any trouble with getting back into this world, maybe because it's one of my favorites to go to, but it's easy for me to continue reading with this serie as if I've never stopped at all. I still remembered everything that was going on vividly even though I finished book 2 in May. I was sucked right back into the drama between the benders and the non-benders. If we weren't rewarded with images of badass women kicking ass, bending or no bending style du “This city needs you." “I think it needs us." I've never had any trouble with getting back into this world, maybe because it's one of my favorites to go to, but it's easy for me to continue reading with this serie as if I've never stopped at all. I still remembered everything that was going on vividly even though I finished book 2 in May. I was sucked right back into the drama between the benders and the non-benders. If we weren't rewarded with images of badass women kicking ass, bending or no bending style during Avatar: The Last Airbender: Imbalance, Part Two then we were certainly rewarded with them this time around. I'm not going to lie because I'm a total hoe for when a woman won't hesitate to show her strength because I'll admire them even more for it. They all possess a different kind of strength. Like Suki for example. She has no bending, but it has never stopped her. She is the leader of the Kyohshi Warriors for crying out loud, and that's proving something. She is her own woman and she deserves all of the respect that she has earned. I totally loved it that she's teaching others chi-blocking. What a woman. In the end Toph is the one who holds the largest part of my heart and she has been doing that since I first saw her in 2006 when book 2 aired in the Netherlands. Whenever I see Toph somewhere that love for her comes back in tenfold and I'm grateful for it. I'm forever proud of whatever Toph has achieved by herself. Kicking ass like she always does. Throughout the story Ru is somewhat who has mostly stayed on the background which is not where she belongs. What Ru deserves a better mother than Liling, who became nothing but a vengeful cunt as the battle progressed, and even told her daughter that she was weaker because she wasn't a bender. Which is such a dickmove to do as a parent. She isn't exactly the runner up for mother of the year, but Ru, bless her heart, still loved her. I try to write these reviews in ways that I do not accidentally spoiler anything for someone who happens to be reading this, which is why my reviews mostly focuses on the characters and not the plot. Still I want to say something about my boi Sokka. He started out for everyone as the comedic relief, but he became so much more than that. He was sexist in the past, but learned to respect women and grew from it. In the end he was a brave leader, who often comes up with brilliant plans to help others. There are no bad words that you can say about Sokka, only good ones. He just brings out a grin on my face whenever he appears. And now onto my parents Katara and Aang. Their relationship wasn't as prominent as it was in the other comics, but it definitely shows Katara and Aang constantly making sure the other is alright, and being there for the other when they need someone to talk to. They really listen to what the other has to say. It's incredibly meaningful. Their relationship is top goals okay. As it should for everyone I'm somewhat sad that this series has reached its end because I once again have to part with its characters, but I am grateful with how everything reached a satisfying conclusion in here. You can certainly see how this story sets up the base for what the Legend of Korra will eventually be. I'm going to sit here and hope that will not be the last Avatar comic 🤧 ─── ・ 。゚:☆. *.☽ .* :☆゚. ─── Books in the series: 1.) Imbalance, Part One ★★★ 2.) Imbalance, Part Two ★★★★ ↠ Genre: Avatar the Last Airbender Universe ↠ Pov: Multiple ↠ Type: Book 3 out of 3 in the Imbalance series ↠ Rating: 80% -

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    With a slow, by my standards, day at work I decided to read. I mean if I'm stealthy enough I won't get caught, and hey I've been waiting for the third part of this series to come out. Except, I confused Avatar the Last Air Bender with Korra, and oops. I'm reading part three without reading parts one and two (as an aside I am still looking forward to the third part of Korra's Ruins of the Empire). More so than the Korra books I feel these are aimed at a younger reader. There With a slow, by my standards, day at work I decided to read. I mean if I'm stealthy enough I won't get caught, and hey I've been waiting for the third part of this series to come out. Except, I confused Avatar the Last Air Bender with Korra, and oops. I'm reading part three without reading parts one and two (as an aside I am still looking forward to the third part of Korra's Ruins of the Empire). More so than the Korra books I feel these are aimed at a younger reader. There is nothing wrong with that, especially if you are a fan of the television show (which I though was ok). Nor, do I have objections about three graphic novellas that make a reasoned attempt at teaching tolerance. God know we could all be a little more tolerant, especially the leaders of the U.S. government (but I digress). Conflict drives most stories, have since the proverbial beginning of story telling (even comedies have conflict-because conflict does not always mean violence). Aang, and Team Avatar are en route to holiday when they stop at one of the locations they visited during the journeys over the course of ending the 100 Year War. A small village has now become a city, and as often the case when a society starts the road towards industrialization, issues arise. Pollution Too few jobs, too many people Crime Prejudice. Here is the conflict driven by benders who feel the "natural order" is for benders to supplant non-benders and rule. After reading part three, and realizing my error, I read through parts one and two pretty quickly. A good read, pun intended, for fans of the show. I think it's a good idea to get these in the hands of younger readers and a family can have discussions about the issue of intolerance.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Abigail Jose

    This comic was a great conclusion to the Imbalance trilogy. I loved the topic focus of the conflict between the benders and non-benders. Despite this being a comic, this series deals with themes such as prejudice, war, and the struggle morality. Highly recommend!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Salimbol

    3.5 stars

  9. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Such a good comic I love the weaving of the two series together. These comics are what I live for. They are so good. I always enjoy returning to this universe.

  10. 4 out of 5

    biconique

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jen

  12. 5 out of 5

    Daria

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aqua

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  15. 5 out of 5

    Marie

  16. 4 out of 5

    T.A. Cochran

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Norman

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kiril

  19. 5 out of 5

    Priscilla Huff

  20. 4 out of 5

    Janine Roos

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ray

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ariel

  23. 4 out of 5

    Megan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Selvana Sherif

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nazlıcan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Denis

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Thomas

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kate Gibson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Katie Tenkman

  30. 4 out of 5

    Betelgeuse Martins

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