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Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Complete 3-Book Collection [DVD]
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All 61 episodes from the American animated series made in the style of original Japanese anime. The series takes place in a fantasy world, home to humans, fantastic animals, and supernatural spirits. Human civilisation is divided into four nations, the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation. Within each nation, an order of men and women called 'Benders' have the ability to manipulate their native element. These bending arts combine a certain style of martial arts and elemental mysticism. The series follows the adventures of the successor to a long line of Avatars, Aang (voice of Zach Tyler), and his friends in their quest to save the world from the ruthless Fire Nation.
Avatar: Book 1 - Water
- The Boy in the Iceberg
- The Avatar Returns
- The Southern Air Temple
- The Warriors of Kyoshi
- The King of Omashu
- Winter Solstice (Part 1: The Spirit World)
- Winter Solstice (Part 2: Avatar Roku)
- The Waterbending Scroll
- The Great Divide
- The Storm
- The Blue Spirit
- The Fortuneteller
- Bato of the Water Tribe
- The Deserter
- The Northern Air Temple
- The Waterbending Master
- The Siege of The North - Part 1
- The Siege of the North - Part 2
- The Avatar State
- The Cave of Two Lovers
- Return to Omashu
- The Swamp
- Avatar Day
- The Blind Bandit
- Zuko Alone
- The Chase
- Bitter Work
- The Library
- The Desert
- Journey to Ba Sing Se, Part 1 - The Serpent's Pass
- Journey to Ba Sing Se, Part 2 - The Drill
- City of Walls and Secrets
- Tales of Ba Sing Se
- Appa's Lost Days
- Lake Laogai
- The Earth King
- The Guru
- The Crossroads of Destiny
- The Headband
- The Painted Lady
- Sokka's Master
- The Beach
- The Avatar and the Firelord
- The Runaway
- The Puppetmaster
- Nightmares and Daydreams
- The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion
- The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse
- The Wetern Air Temple
- The Firebending Masters
- The Boiling Rock, Part 1
- The Boiling Rock, Part 2
- The Southern Raiders
- The Ember Island Players
- Sozin's Comet, Part 1: The Phoenix King
- Sozin's Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters
- Sozin's Comet, Part 3: Into The Inferno
- Sozin's Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang
- Audio Commentary on "Sokka's Master", "The Beach", "The Avatar and the Firelord", "The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion", "The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse", "The Wetern Air Temple", "The Southern Raiders" and "The Ember Island Players".
- Avatar Super Deformed Shorts--"Swamp Skin' Throw Down" and "School Time Shipping".
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I've loved watching this show, the stories where nice and the animation was beautiful.
My hopes where high when the Complete 3-Book Collection arrived, since the quality of the DVDs seemed nice.
I would have chosen a different cardboard wrapper, but the DVD case-covers as well as the art on the DVDs looked very pleasing to the eye.
When I put the first DVD into my player, I was shown a LOT of commercials before I got to the menu.
The menu itself had a low resolution, but looked OK. I don't really care about the menu as long as it is useable.
But when I started viewing the first episode I was shocked about the video quality.
It looked like it was filmed of a TV. There is a black-ish border on the left and top side side and the video looked very lowres.
Maybe they used a bad compression setting.. the video was a bit blurry and the animations flickered a lot. It was unbearable.
Most Avatar:TLA videos you find on YouTube have better quality than this.
I thought maybe that was just a single DVD, but I checked the others, and they are all as bad as the first one.
I'm gonna send these back. I'd pay double the price for a good DVD quality version.
Sorry about my English, it's not my native tongue.
A note on the packaging. Previously each season was released in fold-out digipack packaging. A 'Complete Collection' was released with those cases inside a thin box, with a lid at the bottom, which post people found very cumbersome. This new release from September 2013 has each season in an individual DVD-sized case housed inside a slipcase with the same artwork. It's much neater, easier to access the discs and, at time of writing, is half the price of the previous release.
If it's of any interest, the release appears to be disc-for-disc identical to previous UK releases, containing the same special features (or lack thereof) and 4:3 aspect ratio. Each of the individual seasons also name the show by its UK title 'Avatar: The Legend of Aang' on the cover/spines, whilst the outer case calls by it's original name 'Avatar: The Last Airbender'.
Firstly, I have waited on this boxset to become available in the UK for several years and I was overjoyed to see it had finally been given a release, years after the American version was available. That said the time incubating does not seem to be reflected in the product at all. This is not a polished item.
The boxset itself is nothing more than a cover for the three individual seasons, which is nothing to scoff at in itself, but the design is confusing and cumbersum. Instead of pulling the seasons out of the side of the box like any other boxset, you for some reason slide them out from the bottom and as the cover is not snug, unless you have a good grip, they can easily slide out and fall as you take it off your DVD shelf, which is just a needless hassle.
Seasons 1 and 2 have no bonus features whatsoever and Season 3 has 2 commentaries and a silly little video, which can easily be found online. There is nothing to do with the development or making of the show so if you are expecting that then be forewarned it isn't there.Read more ›
Turns out both are the same, and both have 13 discs, so there is some miscommunication here. The only difference between the two is the packaging; the "5 disc" version is the latest one released is slimmed down greatly and apparently is better at holding the discs inside (though one of my discs keeps popping out).
Inside the box, you will find three DVD cases featuring:
∙ The Complete Book 1 Collection (5 Discs).
∙ The Complete Book 2 Collection (4 Discs).
∙ The Complete Book 3 Collection (4 Discs).
As for the animé, I've had my friends nag me for so long to see this series and eventually gave in. Honestly, I can't believe I hadn't listened to them sooner, this series is incredibly gripping all the way through.
So all in all, would I recommend this? Absolutely.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great show and a good boxset, however one episode wouldn't play.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
An excellent series of dvds. Even though this series was made for children adults will find it highly enjoyable too.Published 1 month ago by N F D'Silva
brought second hand, first disk out of the box obviously damaged a 1cm by 6mm discoloured patch on the disk and will not play. Box set was many to be in good conditionPublished 1 month ago by little jim
I love this series, and I was so excited to get the box set.
The quality isn't great, but the series was designed for smaller tv screens of the time of it's original... Read more
Great show 5/5, but the quality on dvd is really bad. All the characters are constantly vibrating.Published 2 months ago by Ross