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the overall concept of this is great. but it is such a tease, the story line is way to fast paced. and i finished reading it (including staring at the pictures) in about 1 hour. the tv series just sets a high bar for it, and i think the comic books have done the best they could. and it turns out great, so it is for sure worth reading. i just feel like they are kind of dragging it out a little bit. i mean they will stop producing the comic books when it stops making money, rather than trying to make it worth while to read.
but over all its just to short, it leaves me wanting more than the 76 pages of the material. and that is the creators plan so the reader has to wait and buy the next book. and it worked on me.
I have kept up with the Avatar series since the very beginning and I have watched/read everything they have produced. I love the continuation of the series and I'm only giving it four stars because it's very difficult to compete with everything else in the series.
Don't get me wrong, I truly loved the set up, interesting storyline, and great characterization... It's just that "One month later" really came out of nowhere. The story starts with so much, it felt weird that nothing mentionable would happen for that long.
But aside of that it looks like a promising start!
I love the avatar comic book series, the artwork by Gurihiru is amazing as usual. The story now returns to the Fire Kingdom, as seeds of rebellion begins to sprout, and Zuko's reign will be challenged.