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Avatar, the last airbender.

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Call number: Youth-DVD TV Avatar Book 1, v. 1

Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Malletts Youth

Additional Details

"Created by Michael Dante Dimartino & Bryan Konietzko."

Four episodes originally broadcast on television in 2005.

Special features: "Behind-the-scenes Kung Fu" featurette.

boy in the iceberg -- Avatar returns -- Southern air temple -- warriors of Kyoshi.

Voices: Zach Tyler Eisen (Aang), Mae Whitman (Katara), Jack DeSena (Sokka), Dante Basco (Prince Zuko), Dee Bradley Baker (Appa/Mono), Mako (Uncle Iroh).

When a hostile nation threatens to enslave the Water, Earth, and Air Nations, a reluctant and irresponsible boy must face his destiny as the Avatar, the Chosen One who can restore the world order. This adventure, set in a fantastical Asian-influenced world, follows the story of Aang, the Chosen One, who must forgo his selfish wandering to learn to master his latent powers over the four elements.

"The Avatar returns to the world searching for excitement, adventure and a good time! New friends, celebrity status, and the ruthless Fire Nation on his tail ... can Aang face his destiny and save the world?"--Container.

DVD, region 1, full screen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.

Community Reviews

I Love This Show

I am turning thirteen and I still love this show all three seasons are amazing. Make sure to watch the sequel legend of Korra


the whole movie is amazing, my son and I all finished it. He likes soka very much.

A Beautiful Show

The winner of one Primetime Emmy and three Annie Awards for Animation, "Avatar: The Last Airbender" is one of one of the finest children's shows in recent memory. The cartoon follows the adventures of a young boy and his friends through a fantasy world in which people can manipulate the four elements through martial arts. Featuring Chinese, Inuit, Japanese, and Tibetan cultures, the show is marked by themes of tolerance, environmental conservation, coming-of-age, and abundant warmth in human relationships. Its simple beauty has won it popularity among children and adults alike, and a sequel series ("The Legend of Korra") recently completed its first season to similar acclaim.

-Joel Antonio di Libraria Ann Arbor

Be prepared

If you've just started watching, be prepared to get sucked into the Avatar Fandom!

Great Show

Being an adult and someone who generally dislikes anime, I was surprised to enjoy this cartoon series. Hilarious, touching and action packed, it leads with the great story and sucks you in with the human drama and philisophical questions. A great show from beginning to end.


I remember this being on Nick for some time! Such an oldie! Hahahha but it was funny :D I like the giant Yak :D

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