The finale cranks up the action from minute one and doesn't stop turning the dial until the hour's final beats.
A a delightful double feature.
Korra in Wonderland.
Very little happens in this episode, but the small character revelations feel triumphant.
Sometimes you really do need an origin story.
Korra is all but written out of "The Sting."
Anyone who has ever read a newspaper or cracked open a textbook can see broadly stroked American history all over this episode.
"I'm sorry, Korra. You'll never see your father again." Well, that's one way to end a mentorship.
Civil war brews and Korra is caught between two father figures.
Book One of The Legend of Korra was a lot like high school. But it's graduation time.
Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko on the Nickelodeon show's second season.
The Nickelodeon show is currently delivering the best action filmmaking on TV.