Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy

Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy

Aang, the much-loved hero of Nickelodeon’s hit animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender, takes readers on an exciting and interactive journey through his thrilling world.

Earth. Air. Fire. Water. These are the four nations that lived in harmony until the Fire Nation attacked. For the next hundred years, war raged across the globe. It was believed that all inhabitants from the Air Nation had perished. Then, a girl and her brother discovered a twelve-year-old boy frozen in an iceberg. His name: Aang. He is the Avatar, the master of all four elements. Together Aang and his friends went on to save the world! Now a man, Aang looks back on these adventurous years—from being found in the ice to fighting epic battles to negotiating peace. This is Aang’s story, his mementos, and keepsakes. Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy is the collection that Aang passes down to his son Tenzin, who will one day be a master Airbender, too. Readers will relish Aang’s heroic tales and the posters, clippings, cards, and maps he gathered along the way! About the Insight Legends series Insight Legends is a collectible pop culture library featuring books that take an in-depth look at iconic characters and other elements from the worlds of comics, movies, television, and video games. Packed with amazing removable items that give the books an immersive, interactive feel, the series delivers unparalleled insight into the best-loved heroes and villains in modern fiction and the worlds they inhabit

Title:Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy
ISBN:9781608874477
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    Avatar: The Last Airbender: Legacy Reviews

  • Calista

    This book is for devout fans of the Avatar Last Airbender series and geek out on it. It is set up like a letter from the Avatar to his new son and he recounts many things from the comic. I guess that ...

  • Mairéad (is roaming the Undying Lands)

    {November 13th, 2015} CUE DISAPPOINTED CRYING1.5 to 2 stars, because wow I'm crushed.As an ATLA and LOK fan, I was highly excited for this! Even preordered it because I thought it was out when it wasn...

  • jessica ?

    Can’t believe I never got around to taking a look at this but I’m really glad I finally did! A nice refresher on the world of Avatar, with some cool extras. However, I really would’ve liked for ...

  • Teresa

    This isn't an extra graphic novel story or anything like that. More of a retelling of events from the TV show as told by Aang to Tenzin. Overall, a very nice companion piece with some fun pull-out goo...

  • Xiomy's Book Tales

    Even though I am a huge fan of Avatar The Last Airbender this book is one to keep as a commemorative keepsake. I did enjoy that this is Avatar Aang leaving a legacy for his son Tenzin and explaining t...

  • Chrysten Lofton

    Quick read, no new tales to tell, but I highly recommend as a recap if you haven't spent any time in this universe for a while and want to jump into the comics or watch The Legend of Korra. Bryke crea...

  • Alyse Stolz

    Okay, this book is basically just an illustrated spark notes of AtLA, written in the style of Aang writing to Tenzin. Despite it not being any new story, the recap is sweet, and the book comes with li...

  • David

    Written in the form of a scrap book Aang made for his son Tenzin (when he was five), it contains pretty much total spoilers for the original series, and maybe minor spoilers about the Legend of Korra ...

  • Dione Basseri

    Hrm. I was really hoping for something more like a comic with this book, or perhaps like a picture book. Something with a bit of plot. This is just a summary of the series, with a somewhat deceptive t...

  • Kylie

    This wasn’t really what I was expecting. It was kind of just a recap of what happened in the Avatar series and I was hoping for a little look into the grown up Team Avatar. The pictures were weirdly...