Talk about a close shave, Ryo.
Ryo: Tell me about it. Jadeite is no joke. But, I'll get him next time. Him and his master.
Yeah, with all of this aside, I think it's time to finish up this review. I am exhausted.
Ryo: Knock youself out, Jay.
*White Blaze nods*
Aside from some bad episodes, a subplot left open (at least until you read the graphic novel), and not to mention that poor excuse of an adaptation, Avatar: The Last Airbender is no doubt one of the best action cartoons in all of animation. With its strong voice cast, old and new, strong mythology, awesome action, soothing and powerful music and a storyline that transcends generations, this is one cartoon that is considered to be legendary. So legendary, Mike & Bryan decided to do the sequel series, The Legend of Korra, which continues the Avatar story, but with the focus on its main hero, Korra and her version of Team Avatar. The show had so much promise and potential, unfortunately, leave to the real life villains, known as corrupt corporate executives, to do some executive meddling and screw this show over, especially making it web based for the time being and all that. But that story is for another time. Bottom line, if it's action you seek, along with drama, philosophy, comedy and so forth, Avatar: The Last Airbender is the show for you. Stay Flamey-O, my friends!
Wow-wee, what a long review. I haven't done such a longer blogging session since my Sailor Moon Retrospective.
Ryo: Yeah, that is exausting.
Ryo: So, what you doing now?
Well, I am going to take a break from the reviewing and focus on my writing and movie making. It may be long but all the work I do, will be well-rewarded. You see, I am doing a crossover story with you, Sailor Moon and most of the cast of the Dead or Alive series, including one subplot involving you and your romance with the runaway shinobi, Kasumi.
Ryo: Wow! Sounds great. Sounds promising. Let me know when it is done.
Believe me, it will be as epic and sweet like the Aang/Katara relationship. Trust me.
Ryo: I know it will.
*Jason smiles back*
Ryo: Well, I gotta get going now.
Where are you going, Ryo?
Ryo: To see if I can find the ninja clan my father originated from.
Wow, that's a big mystery there.
Ryo: Indeed. You stay out of trouble, okay?
I will Ryo. You too, White Blaze.
*White Blaze purrs and nods*
*Ryo nods and walks off; White Blaze follows Ryo*
*Jason waves goodbye to Ryo and White Blaze*
*Jason dreams of a Ryo/Kasumi relationship, ala the final scene from of Sozin's Comet: Avatar Aang*
(The Avatar's Love plays)
*Ryo, in his subarmor, stands at a nearby cliff, afar from the hidden village of the Mugen Tenshin at sunset. Kasumi, in her white and pink ninja outfit, comes out and stands next to Ryo. Ryo and Kasumi looks at each other and Kasumi blushes while Ryo smiles back at her. Ryo and Kasumi hugged each other after all the suffering they have both been through. Then, as they looked at the sunset, they turned to each other, and then, without any hesitation, she passionately kisses Ryo. As Ryo and Kasumi rebraced passionately, the cherry blossoms fly around them.
*Pans towards Ryo and Kasumi, into the sky*
終: THE END
(Avatar: The Last Airbender: Sozin's Comet end credits play)