Pabu
It is from the easy reader books: Love Potion #8 and if you do not mind reading something written for elementary kids, it is a cute story feature the wandering nomads and plenty of kataang, not really cannon though…
korrakorrakorra:

lanugi:

Oh look, it’s Lin’s dad!

lol. What is this and where is this from?

It is from the easy reader books: Love Potion #8 and if you do not mind reading something written for elementary kids, it is a cute story feature the wandering nomads and plenty of kataang, not really cannon though…

korrakorrakorra:

lanugi:

Oh look, it’s Lin’s dad!

lol. What is this and where is this from?

Legend of Korra: "The Aftermath: A Fallen Pro-bender"
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korranation:

Korra runs into Tahno, the pro-bender who had his powers stripped by Amon.

5/14/2012

Another Piece of the puzzle and this week’s episode description: “Korra worries that a friend is secretly aligned with the Equalists”

keep-korra-ing:

I’m surprised no one has put up more screen shots of this! Shame on you!

keep-korra-ing:

I’m surprised no one has put up more screen shots of this! Shame on you!

THE MISSING LINK!

lilactrex:

Here’s the commercial. Again, sorry for the quality.

Thank you soo much for posting this! I was looking for it everywhere, because it has 1 of the only 2 scenes we haven’t seen in the show yet that has already been released! Thanks!

Skin bending

Skin bending

korravangelist:

inappropriate timing spongebob, ATLA edition

…i don’t like this meme anymore

bryankonietzko:

It is bad enough when a network slaps a “lower third” ad for one of their shows on another one of their programs, and especially redundant when they run an ad for the very show you are watching on top of itself, but this is an ad for an unrelated theatrical movie.
I get it: Universal distributes both Parks and Recreation and Battleship, but this is a slippery slope. Obnoxious and distracting ads will just keep encroaching content until the screen space left over for the narrative content will be smaller than our old standard definition broadcasts.
Lame. I have a feeling Leslie Knope would not approve either.

bryankonietzko:

It is bad enough when a network slaps a “lower third” ad for one of their shows on another one of their programs, and especially redundant when they run an ad for the very show you are watching on top of itself, but this is an ad for an unrelated theatrical movie.

I get it: Universal distributes both Parks and Recreation and Battleship, but this is a slippery slope. Obnoxious and distracting ads will just keep encroaching content until the screen space left over for the narrative content will be smaller than our old standard definition broadcasts.

Lame. I have a feeling Leslie Knope would not approve either.