The Last Airbender: Prequel - Zuko's Story

The Last Airbender: Prequel - Zuko's Story

THE SON WILL RISE
 
Prince Zuko is banished from the Fire Nation by his own father, Fire Lord Ozai. Horribly scarred and stripped of everything he holds dear, Zuko wanders the earth for almost three years in search of his only chance at redemption: the Avatar, a mystical being who once kept the four nations in balance. All around him, people whisper that this is an impossible task—the Avatar, after all, disappeared a century ago—but Zuko defiantly continues the search. His quest is all he has left.

Title:The Last Airbender: Prequel - Zuko's Story
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780345518545
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  • Sesana

    I may have just recently finished watching Legend of Korra (I'm late, I know) and then gone a little overboard by ordering almost everything Avatar related my library had. This was my first draw off t...

  • jessica ?

    Let me start of by saying that I love Zuko, he was my absolute favorite character from the original series. But I’m gonna be totally honest here, I hate the art style in this comic, I was really loo...

  • Sistermagpie

    Reading this story, which is by Dave Roman and the Alison Wilgus, I first wanted to say "And this is why they should let fanfic writers write for the canon. But then I didn't say that because it sound...

  • Don

    "A journey of self-discovery is never pointless, Prince Zuko. However dim your path may seem and however far you may wonder from it . . . the important thing is that you learn from all your mistakes a...

  • Andre

    After reading the, at best, mediocre The Last Airbender comic by the same author, this one here was pretty surprising.The art is better and I think the style, albeit sometimes looking a bit goofy, is ...

  • Zain Hashmy

    Avatar the Last Airbender, lives on as one of my all time favorite series. Maybe it is childhood nostalgia, but the series continues to delight me even today. Of course, when I saw a graphic novel pre...

  • Juho Pohjalainen

    This comic draws mostly from the rather unfortunate movie adaptation, but taken out of that context, it's actually pretty good. It expands on the characters of both Zuko and Iroh, and has a few good t...

  • Noel

    Zuko's origin story is just as we all know it to be packed with some real wholesome Uncle Iroh moments. The raw lineart is incredible, and the inking has me drooling. Such a great start to the story!...

  • Virginia

    Ok. Granted, this was written as promotional material for the abominable (and racist!) The Last Airbender movie and not for the original series. But the writers really knew their stuff!! They treated ...

  • Manisha

    I feel like I finally read the missing chapter from Zuko's story. This was everything that I hoped for, and everything I suspected, with quite a few surprises and easter eggs. As expected, Zuko was ev...