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Quick question, do people here like ATLA?
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>>100142404
You already made this thread on /co/>>>57857332
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no
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Ask yourself this OP, is it anime?
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>>100142473
yea i know.. just wanted to get more information..
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I liked it better when it was called Naruto Ball Away
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>>100142816
What information is there to gather.
It's a western cartoon that tries to look like anime and like most western shows there is too much propaganda for it to be enjoyable.
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>>100142404
Toph is my western cartoon waifu.
I enjoyed the show when it aired on TV but Im too lazy and uninterested in keeping up with Korra
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>>>/co/
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Certainly matches with >>100142335

Stop fucking making shitposts and get out of /a/.
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Yes. Most western animation should be like it.

Now delete your thrad.
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>>100143375
You can delete them again?
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>>100143652
I hate moot so fucking much
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It was my favorite show when I was...12-14? Very fluid animation, wonderful fight scenes, no ass-pulls until the very end (Aang taking away FireManGuy's bending), but other than that it was a pretty typical shounen thing.
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>>100145506
Thankfully, the turtle business was finally explained in the last season of Korra. It would be better had it been pre-established, but it's still nice to get an explanation of why they can give and take away bending.



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