Legend Of Korra Interview Confirms Series To End After Book 4 As Comic Series Tops New York Times Bestsellers List
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2013 09:06 AM EDT
As "The Legend of Korra" prepares for its September release of Book 2, a few updates have surfaced regarding the Avatar universe, including the end date for the series and the recent success of the comic series.
During a recent interview with Nerd Reactor, voice actress Janet Varney aka Korra confirmed that with the renewal into Book 3 and 4, Book 4 will indeed be the planned final season with a definitive ending.
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"I kind of, in a selfish way, am glad that things get drawn out because I never want this to end," admitted Varney to the long wait for Book 2.
"These guys, they had a beginning, middle, and end, so after [Book 4], it will be gone."
Although this is not entirely a surprise, as Nickelodeon made the unusual decision to renew "The Legend of Korra" for Book 3 and 4, it does confirm that nothing is being planned without an ending in mind.
"It's so worth the wait," promised Varney.
And while you wait for "The Legend of Korra" Book 2, there is also "Avatar: The Last Airbender" the comic series to tide you over!
The current three-part arc titled "The Search," part 2 was recently released, and has stayed at the top of the New York Times bestseller list for the second consecutive week!
The comic series chronicles Zuko's journey to find his mother, and attempts to bridge the gap between "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and "The Legend of Korra."
Part 3 will be released October 30 of this year, according to Flickcast.
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