Legend Of Korra Book 3 To Have 'Much Less Of A Wait' Than Book 2: 4 Episodes Already Completed By Studio Mir!
By Staff Writer | November 18, 2013 01:37 PM EST
"The Legend of Korra" Book 2 has come to an end, and fortunately, is appears Book 3 should arrive much sooner compared to the monstrous hiatus between Book 1 and Book 2.
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According to a recent post by "The Legend of Korra" co-creator Bryan Konietzko, their collaboration with Studio Mir has Book 3 on track to air much sooner than the 15-month hiatus before Book 2.
Mike and I had a nice dinner with three of our friends from Studio Mir who are visiting LA," writes Konietzko on his Tumblr.
"It was nice to toast the spectacular work Mir did on the last five episodes of Book 2 on the night of the finale. Mike and I met Jae Myung ten years ago in Seoul when he was a key animator working on the pilot of 'Avatar,' and we have been working together almost the entire time since."
But, it is the second half of his post that has "The Legend of Korra" fans excited about Book 3.
"P.S. I forgot to mention, we have seen the first four episodes of Take 1 animation from Studio Mir on Book 3. AWESOME STUFF! They continue to blow us away. The premiere date hasn't been pinned down, but we are on track to airing Book 3 with MUCH less of a wait than the unfortunate one there was before Book 2 aired. We are all incredibly excited for you all to see the new book."
Hopefully, this means Book 3 will air relatively soon for the fans!
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