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Avatar 3 Seasons 2006

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4.5 out of 5 stars (93) IMDb 8.3/10

Katara and Sokka (a brother and sister) discover the Avatar (a 12-year-old Airbender boy named Aang) frozen in an iceberg. Together the three begin their journey to the North Pole to find a master Waterbender so Aang can begin his Avatar training!

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Zach Tyler, Mae Whitman

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Season 1
1. The Boy in the Iceberg

While fishing, siblings Katara and Sokka discover Aang, a young boy frozen in an iceberg. After freeing him and his flying bison named Appa, they learn his identity as an airbender, long thought extinct, and bring him back to their village in the Southern Water Tribe.

UNIVERSAL Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: 1 January 2005
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2. The Avatar Returns

Prince Zuko, a young Firebender whose mission in life is to capture the Avatar, tracks Aang down to the Southern Water Tribe village where Katara and Sokka live.

UNIVERSAL Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: 1 January 2005
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3. The Southern Air Temple

Aang is eager to take Sokka and Katara to the Air Temple where he was raised. But upon arrival, it becomes apparent that the temple is not at all how Aang remembers it.

UNIVERSAL Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: 1 January 2005
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4. The Warriors of Kyoshi

When locals of a small island discover Aang is the Avatar, they treat him like a celebrity.

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5. The King of Omashu

Aang takes Katara and Sokka to an Earthbender city. The kids cause damage and are brought before a crazy old king, who seems to enjoy messing with the kids' heads.

UNIVERSAL Subtitles Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: 1 January 2005
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6. Imprisoned

The kids come to an Earth Nation town which is occupied by the Fire Nation. But will Katara's attempts to inspire the oppressed people help them or hurt them?

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7. Winter Solstice, Part 1: The Spirit World

Aang, Katara, and Sokka arrive at a town being terrorized by a mysterious force from the spirit world. Aang doesn't know how to help these people, and realizes he has much to learn about being the Avatar.

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8. Winter Solstice, Part 2: Avatar Roku

During the winter solstice, Aang must reach a Fire Nation temple while dodging Prince Zuko, Commander Zhao, and the Fire Sages who guard it.

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9. The Waterbending Scroll

When Katara's desire to master Waterbending gets the best of her, the kids find themselves on the run from pirates.

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10. Jet

Our heroes' friendship is tested when they meet Jet, a charismatic teenager leading a band of rebels who are fighting against the Fire Nation.

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11. The Great Divide

When Aang and friends come to the rim of a giant canyon, they are asked to help guide two groups of refugees across. Aang quickly learns that this will be no easy task.

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12. The Storm

A powerful storm brings up painful memories of the past - and puts everyone in jeopardy in the present.

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13. The Blue Spirit

When Sokka and Katara get too sick to travel, Aang goes out on his own to find a cure for them. But he is captured by Zhao and held prisoner inside an impenetrable fortress.

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14. The Fortuneteller

Aang, Katara, and Sokka discover a village of people who are all reliant on a fortuneteller in their everyday lives - but they are so reliant that they are blind to the immanent danger they are all in.

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15. Bato of the Water Tribe

Aang feels insecure when Katara and Sokka come across something that reminds them of home. Because Aang thinks his friends might leave him, he hides an important message which only leads to trouble.

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16. The Deserter

Aang attempts to find a Firebending master to teach him while Katara learns that she possesses a special power.

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17. The Northern Air Temple

After hearing rumors about surviving Airbenders, the kids journey to the Northern Air temple to see for themselves. What they find there could spell disaster for all enemies of the Fire Nation.

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18. The Waterbending Master

The kids reach the Northern Water tribe, and Aang and Katara look for a Waterbending Master as Sokka falls for a princess. Meanwhile, Zhao plans an attack and Zuko must find a way to continue his quest for the Avatar.

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19. The Siege of the North - Part 1

The Northern Water Tribe braces itself for an attack by Admiral Zhao’s Fire Navy fleet. In the heat of battle, Aang struggles to defend the city. He wonders if there isn’t a better way to use his Avatar abilities.

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20. The Siege of the North - Part 2

Zhao’s invasion breaks through the outer wall of the Northern Water Tribe’s defenses, and he reveals a sinister plan. Aang goes to the spirit world for help – but will he return in time to stop Zhao and prevent the destruction of the Water Tribe?

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family, Action & Adventure, Teen & Young Adult, Anime
Director Dave Filoni
Starring Zach Tyler, Mae Whitman
Supporting actors Jack De Sena, Dante Basco, Dee Bradley Baker, Mako, Melendy Britt, Madeline Lovejoy, Luke Zampas
Season year 2006
Network Nickelodeon
Producers Michael Dante DiMartino, Aaron Ehasz, Bryan Konietzko, Miken Wong
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Avatar, the legend of Aang is superb, but why do DVD Region 2 customers get short changed!?!

I have discovered from reviews, since making the my orders, that the Region 2 version of 'Avatar - The Legend Of Aang - Book 1 - Complete [DVD]' has been made with no subtitles and NO special features, etc, and one disc less,unlike the versions made for the USA and rest of the world. The same is true of 'Avatar - The Legend Of Aang - Book 2 - Complete [DVD]', and the same for 'Avatar - The Legend Of Aang - Book 3 - Complete [DVD]' , not to mention us having had to wait an extra two years for them to come out!

'Avatar - The Legend Of Aang - Book 3 - Complete [DVD]' will be 125 minutes shorter to boot than the Region 1 version sold by Amazon.com!

In protest, and in spite of being an avid Avatar fan, I am therefore cancelling my orders for all three sets! Why should we in Region 2 be repeatedly palmed off with lesser products than those produced for the USA and elsewhere!?! - Playstation 3 being another outstanding example!

Nickelodeon/Paramount Home Entertainment, why treat your customers over here in Region 2 like second class citizens!?! It's not good enough!
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Great series, wonderfully animated, but where are the subtitles?

I come from Denmark, where 80% of all television is either English or American and everything is subbed. Although I'm fluent in English I'm used to reading the subs too and getting every bit of dialogue. When I watch movies I sometimes turn on the english subs so I don't miss anything.

I CAN live with it, I just have to turn up the sound. But I think it's very incovenient for people with bad or no hearing. Why should kids who're hard of hearing nor be able to enjoy this show?
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"Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the fire nation attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them. But when the world needed him most, he vanished.

A hundred years passed and my brother and I discovered the new avatar--an air bender named Aang. And although his air-bending skills are great, he has a lot to learn before he is ready to save anyone. But I believe Aang can save the world."

This monologue is the opening to every episode of the first season of Avatar - the legnd of Aang and I absolutely never got sick of hearing it. This show is amazing, my seven year old sister and I watched it together, she loved it and I loved it. On my own I managed to get through all 20 episodes in 3 sittings. The characters in this show are all endearing, even the enemy Lord Zuko who for his own reasons is tracking the Avatar.

Aang travels the world with his companions, Appa, a huge flying bison, Katara, a waterbender from the south water tribe and Sokka, Katara's brother who has no bending powers. This first season sees Aang and the gang (not intentional rhyme) travelling to the North Pole to find Aang and Katara a waterbending teacher so that Aang can become a full Avatar and save the world from the Evil Fire Lord Ozai, along the way Aang learns what happened to the world in his absence and what he must do to save those suffering.

The animation is brilliantly drawn and the colours are sublime. Every episode is a treat to watch and is vibrant with humour and messages about how our actions can affect others. The rich dialogue gives it a boost and the character voices are well chosen, the actors play their characters well.
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This is a fantasy animation set in a world which is governed by the 4 elements of earth/wind/air/fire. People using one element (fire) started a war against the rest of the world, and balance needs to restored by the Avatar - a powerful guy, who is a master of all 4 elements, but haven't been seen for some time. As it happens the avatar is still a young boy, and the show is about him growing up and finding a way to restore balance.

I gave this show a go now that all episods (and sequel) are available on Prime. I pre-screened a couple of episodes to make sure these were young kid friendly, and then we started watching from ep1 with my son (5) and daughter (4).

Both of them were hooked instantly, the lead characters are very likeable, and the story is very easy to follow for them. This is the kind of show that has entertainment value for all ages: in one episode you might find very easy to understand problem in the foreground, rooted in a complex socio-economic situation. Great educational tool if you are actively watching this with your kids and want to widen their horizons.

Art: looks a bit dated for season one, even for its release age. Still very good, and has some anime-esque features (very light). The world has a far eastern feel, with the clothings and buildings seemingly from the medieval Chinese era.

Couple of things I was worried about initially:
fight scenes - these are watered down heavily, which is great news for me and the 4-5yr old audience. I don't really remember seeing blood, but definitely no graphic violence and gore. People in the show also don't really die, but fall in the water or go take a nap ( :) )

romance - this is a teen show after all. There are some short kiss scenes in season 3 (none I recall in season 1), which we just boo-d at with my daughter :)
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