Avatar The Last Airbender is finally available for the American viewers. It has been with Netflix for a long time, but the series is finally available for American people. Series was released by nickelodeon back in 2005, and 15 years later, it is surprising that the series is still relevant.
Many of us were there, back when it started, and even after 15 years, there are so many things that we can teach our children, from this animated series. After its release, even parents who had once followed the series can enjoy it once again, with their children.
It basically revolves around a plot where the master of all four elements air, water, fire, and earth, returns to restore the balance in the world; he suddenly appears in.
The plot opens with a goofy-kid with an arrow on his head Aang (played by actor Zach Tyler Eisenreturns) returns from hundred years hiatus from this world. On his back, he finds that four kingdoms at war and fire Kingdom is the one trying to win over all other elements.
Likewise, other stories in-between the main plot to win over Fire Lord Ozai and the journey all the charterers make, along with the Avatar, to teach him to control all the elements, make the series super special.
Moreover, his strange love-hate-to friendship with prince Zuko played by Dante Basco, makes us value the importance of redemption and friendship as well.
Aang is often seen conflicted with his own self while he makes the legendary journey to learn all four elements mastery to overthrow the tyrant king.
The series is the best thing to watch this Quarantine with your children, and they will love it because it has a lot of beautiful to spiritual stories told, simply to make your kids understand it correctly.
Yes, there are other hits such as One Punch Man and Spider-man into the spider-verse, but this one is something entirely different yet super occupying.
Likewise, if you have seen the series recently and want some live action on similar yet a little adult script, Wu Assassins also has quiet a same flavor to it, but it isn't for kids. Hence, if you want to recess it or want to show your children what it was like growing up back in the 2000s, this is your chance!
The pictures show that we are on the first season's second episode recess, how far along are you with the series?