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Five years ago, a television show debuted that blurred the lines of Western and Eastern animation, pushing the boundaries of what could be done in a children's cartoon. And today, Avatar: the Last Airbender is considered a modern classic. On the first episode of Avatar: the Last Podcast, Randy Forbister, Steph Ives, and Kellen Scrivens begin their episode-by-episode look through the series with "The Boy in the Iceberg," "The Avatar Returns," and "The Southern Air Temple." [ 49:02 || 22.7 MB ]

The above is from: http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/avatarthelastpodcast/episodes/avatar_001.mp3

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The should officially appear in iTunes in a few days.

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Good show guys. I'm glad you brought up that all the healthy adults leaving the southern water tribe by themselves was pretty... hm... unwise. It was something I noticed, but kind of just learned to forget about.

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So, are you guys planning on doing Avatar: The Legend of Korra when it comes out?

New Avatar? Awesome! I'd never thought of that show as being something you could continue of spin something out of but given the info I've looked up this looks like a great natural fit!

Good show guys, really like what you're doing. Looking forward to episode 2.

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Great first show! Don't cut the analysis short though. I'd love to hear more of your thoughts on the characters and episodes. Looking forward to next months episode!

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