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Avatar: 10 Comic-Only Characters That Stole The Show

Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the most beloved animated shows of all time. The best part for fans is the fact that the story did not end with the show. The creators have released, and continue to release, comics that further and enhance the story.

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The comics also give Avatar fans a much-needed insight into the "Avatarverse" and show how it changed after the gang ended the Hundred Year War. Fans who have read the comics know that the comics are a whole world of new stories and important characters, some of whom changed the entire course of the Avatar world’s history.

10 Ty Lee’s Sisters

In ‘Team Avatar Tales,’ fans finally got to see the six identical sisters of Ty Lee. Seeing Ty Lee sad, Toph took her to her old circus to cheer her up. While there, Ty Lee met all her sisters: Ty Lat, Ty Woo, Ty Liu, Ty Lin, Ty Lao, and Ty Lum.

She was surprised to find out that they had all joined the circus. They were now known as the "Flying Ty Sisters" and were growing increasingly popular. Ty Lee was shown to be a little resentful that they were all doing acrobatics, as that was the one thing that had made her different from them all.

9 Kiyi

Kiyi was Ursa and Ikem’s daughter, and Zuko’s half-sister. In the "Smoke and Shadow" comic arc, Kiyi got kidnapped by Azula, who was pretending to be a dark spirit and kidnapping the children of Fire Nation.

They were all locked in a room with a giant metal door, but Kiyi used her newly discovered firebending to melt a hole in the metal door, allowing everyone to escape. Even at such a young age, she was able to achieve something not even most adults could.

8 Mother Of Faces

Mother of Faces was a powerful spirit who had made every single person’s face with her own hands. She frequented the forest of the Forgetful Valley where, every season, she took just one request from humans. She was also the mother of Koh, the face stealer.

When she sensed the pain in Ursa’s heart, she not only offered to change her face but also to make her forget all the memories that had caused her to hurt. It was because of her powers that Ikem and Ursa got new faces and were able to start a new life, safe from the wrathful eye of Ozai.

7 Ikem/Noren

Ikem was the childhood friend and longtime boyfriend of Ursa. They were both theatre artists and performed on stage in their hometown. They had been engaged only for a day when Ursa was forcefully taken away to marry Ozai.

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Completely heartbroken, Ikem ventured into the Forgetful Valley to get away from everything. There, he came across the Mother of Faces who gave him a new face. Years later, when Ursa was banished from the Royal Palace, she came back to Hira’a and reunited with him. He then went by the name Noren.

6 Satoru

The Avatar gang came across Satoru first in ‘The Rift’ comic trilogy. He was an engineer at the Earthen Fire Refineries and the nephew of one of the co-owners of the same. Satoru was a smart person, having designed several state-of-the-art and upgraded machinery that rendered the role of benders useless.

When several factories followed suit, a lot of benders lost their jobs. He was an inspiration to the non-benders as it was because of his innovations that they felt like they could finally match up to the benders.

5 Ukano (Mai's Father)

Though Ukano did appear very briefly in the show, he became a significantly more important character in the comics. He was Mai’s father and the founder of "New Ozai Society." The society aimed to forcefully remove Zuko from the throne and restore Ozai as the Fire Lord.

He tried to assassinate Zuko on his way back to the palace. However, his team was easily defeated by the young Fire Lord. He was also in on Azula’s plan to kidnap Fire Nation children. When Azula went back on her promise of returning the children safely to their homes, he realized she did not care about the children nor did she intend to restore Ozai on the throne. He finally saw the error of his ways and helped rescue all the children.

4 Kei Lo

Kei Lo was a young man from the Fire Nation who had been orphaned at a young age. He was a part of the New Ozai Society rebels. He fell for Mai and had a change of heart, wanting to date her— but she did not trust him as he was a part of the rebels.

RELATED: Avatar: 10 Things Only Comic Fans Know About Zuko

He proved his affection for her when he betrayed his society and fought alongside Mai when they tried to assassinate Zuko. Impressed by his efforts, Mai decided to give him a chance and they dated briefly until she broke up with him later when she realized she still had feelings for Zuko. He also helped rescue Mai’s little brother Tom-Tom from Azula.

3 Malina

Malina was a waterbender from the Northern Water Tribe. After the war, she came to the Southern Pole with her brother, Maliq, to help build and modernize the South Pole. Initially, she and her brother planned to make the Southern Water Tribe a colony of the Northern Water Tribe.

However, she shifted gears when she interacted with the citizens and fell in love with Hakoda. She helped restore peace in the South and helped in the fight against a rebel group led by Gilak. She almost sacrificed her life to save Hakoda from dying but was saved by Katara just in time.

2 Liling

Liling was a resident of Cranefish Town. In the "Imbalance" comic arc, tensions were growing between the benders and non-benders of Cranefish town. Liling proposed that she would establish a police force comprised of benders to quell the protests and fights happening in the city.

However, she fooled everyone and incited the benders to attack, throwing out all the non-benders who were trying to take their place and jobs away. Unfortunately for her, team Avatar intervened and her non-bender daughter turned against her.

1 Toph’s Students

After the Hundred Year Way, Toph started the Beinfong Metalbending Academy to teach metalbending to promising earthbenders. Her first three students were Penga, Ho-Tun, and "The Dark One." All three students came from very different backgrounds, including economic backgrounds.

Initially, they all had difficulty learning metalbending, but Toph believed in them and pushed them to become the best versions of themselves. They actually became the first few people in the world to become metalbending masters besides Toph.

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Avatar Free Comic 2015 “Sisters” Scans and Review

Thanks to Avatar Online Podcast Co-Host Troy (Trojan People) we have scans of the free Avatar comic for Free Comic Book Day 2015. So read the story and then check out my review below.










Of the 3 Free Comics telling a small story like this, “Sisters” comes right in the middle of “Shells” and “Rebound”. “Rebound far and away is the best of the 3, while Shells is bottom. I enjoyed this comic, it managed to give Ty Lee some much needed character development, which is very impressive given that the story is just 8 pages long.

I really appreciate how the key development in this story is linked into the little bits of character we got of Ty Lee in ATLA. The key issue being her want to be considered an individual and not part of a matched set. In ATLA during “The Beach” she mentioned that growing up she felt like she never had her own name and that being called a “circus freak” was a compliment because it made her unique and different. This made her decision to join the Kyoshi Warriors at the end of the series all the more interesting as many fans, including myself, noted that in that group she was also part of a set of people who all looked alike, we all assumed she had learned to accept herself as different even if physically she looked like others. This story adds to this, she is feeling off as a Kyoshi Warrior and is considering quitting, when Toph’s arrival leads her back to the circus she used to perform at and what do you know she meets the people at the root of her issues, her 6 identical sisters.

Again I find it very impressive that this short story managed to reveal and tie into so much about a fairly minor character from the show and comics so far. Getting to meet and learn a bit about Ty Lee’s sisters and childhood is definitely the highlight of this story, while the other 6 are nothing special in terms of being deep characters, you do see just how identical they are, you understand how it was a problem for them all growing up, 7 girls who all look the exact same. So when Ty Lee explains how they all had their “Thing” that one hobby that was theirs and theirs alone, the thing that defined them as unique, it is interesting and surprisingly emotional. All 7 sisters had the same issue growing up, but Ty Lee’s “Thing” was acrobatics which the other 6 also happened to be good at, I really don’t think they were trying to hint at Ty Lee being selfish and taking that as her thing, just that now that everyone is older they all realise what their main talent was.

As far as Toph’s involvement in the story, she really doesn’t add that much to the book. Really she could be replaced with nearly any other character and this book works out the same way it does. I get that Gene Yang’s favourite character is Toph, so that probably explains why she is here as opposed to anyone else. She is in character wanting the bears at the circus to attack rather than perform and she of course is first to fight when something happens. The issue is that this is basically the first time these two characters have spoken that we have seen, I don’t really know what to make of their relationship, Toph doesn’t actively give Ty Lee advice about things, she just happens to be there when this stuff happens. The only thing of note with Toph is that after the sisters meet again, Toph specifically says to Ty Lee that she is her favourite of the 7 sisters, that Toph sees something in Ty Lee that is different than her sisters, but I feel this is a stretch.

The issue I have here is that the resolution comes incredibly suddenly. Ty Lee is super frustrated with her sisters and is about to lose in her fight when the other sisters come in and take out the guy and then they all hug and suddenly Ty Lee is fine with them all being alike. I feel like I missed a bit of dialogue in Ty Lee’s head explaining her change in heart. Yes the final scene kind of explains it, that sometimes things are too difficult to tackle alone, but I feel it is side-stepping the issue. Explaining away a very personal thing for Ty Lee with team work, it seems a bit odd to me. Maybe if there was more of an emotional family reunion, where the sisters talked through their issues, I would be more understanding, but it seemed very quick and while I praise this book for doing a lot in just 8 pages, it could have used an extra page or two.

Final thing to say is just that I am very happy with the overall resolution of the story, Ty Lee is staying with the Kyoshi Warriors, because she in a way sees them as her sisters too, but with them she can easily solve the issue of them looking alive by simply removing the make-up. The main thing for Ty Lee seems to be that she has gotten past her need to be unique, she is fine with being part of a set if necessary, but has found her individuality. A surprisingly complex issue for what on the outside seems like a very basic book.


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Avatar: The Last Airbender (comics)

"Avatar comics" redirects here. For the comic-book publisher, see Avatar Press.

American comic book series

The Avatar: The Last Airbendercomics are an official continuation of the original Nickelodeonanimated television series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. The series includes The Lost Adventures, published from 2005 to 2011 and set between episodes of the original series, and the graphic novel trilogies, published since 2012 and set a few years after the original series. A related comic continuation, taking place seven decades later, The Legend of Korra, began publication in 2017.

Short stories[edit]

Free Comic Book Day issues[edit]

Since 2011, there have been four short comics of Avatar: The Last Airbender or The Legend of Korra at Free Comic Book Day offerings from Dark Horse Comics.

Title Date Story Art Colors FCBD issue
"Relics"May 7, 2011 Johane Matte
Joshua Hamilton
Johane Matte Hye Jung Kim Avatar: The Last Airbender / Star Wars: The Clone Wars
"Rebound"May 4, 2013 Gene Luen YangRyan Hill Star Wars / Captain Midnight / Avatar: The Last Airbender
"Shells"May 3, 2014 Gene Luen YangFaith Erin HicksCris PeterAvatar: The Last Airbender / Itty Bitty Hellboy / Juice Squeezers
"Sisters"May 2, 2015 Gene Luen YangCarla Speed McNeilJenn Manley LeeAvatar: The Last Airbender / Plants vs. Zombies / Bandette
"Matcha Makers"August 14, 2021 Nadia Shammas Sarah Alfageeh Savanna Ganucheau Avatar: The Last Airbender / The Legend of Korra

The Lost Adventures[edit]

The Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Lost Adventures graphic novel is a collection of long-out-of-print, fan-favorite comics previously published in Nickelodeon Magazine and the Avatar: The Last Airbender DVD collections between 2005 and 2011. It also includes the Free Comic Book Day issue "Relics" and all-new comics. Published 15 June 2011, it is an anthology that includes twenty-eight stories by various writers and artists, many of whom worked on the original animated series.[1]

Team Avatar Tales[edit]

Avatar: The Last Airbender – Team Avatar Tales is the second anthology book, collecting the 2013–2015 Free Comic Book Day stories along with all-new stories. The book was released on 2 October 2019.[2] Creators include Gene Luen Yang, Dave Scheidt, Sara Goetter, Ron Koertge, Kiku Hughes, Faith Erin Hicks, Ryan Hill, Carla Speed McNeil, Little Corvus, and Coni Yovaniniz.

Graphic novels[edit]

Dark Horse Comics published a series of graphic novels that serve as a continuation of Avatar: The Last Airbender television series. It consists of trilogies and stand-alone graphic novels.[3] The first five stories are written by Gene Luen Yang and drawn by artist team Gurihiru. In December 2018, Faith Erin Hicks took over as writer with Peter Wartman as artist.[4]

Title Date Story Script Art Colors Notes
The PromiseJanuary 26, 2012 Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen YangGurihiru[5]
May 30, 2012 [6]
September 26, 2012 [7]
The SearchMarch 20, 2013 Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen YangGurihiru[8]
July 10, 2013 [9]
October 30, 2013 [10]
The RiftMarch 5, 2014 Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen YangGurihiru[11][12]
July 16, 2014 [13]
November 18, 2014 [14]
Smoke and ShadowOctober 6, 2015 Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen YangGurihiru[15]
December 29, 2015 [16]
April 12, 2016 [17]
North and SouthSeptember 28, 2016 Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen YangGurihiru[18]
January 25, 2017 [19]
April 26, 2017 [20][21]
ImbalanceDecember 18, 2018 Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Faith Erin Hicks
Faith Erin HicksPeter Wartman Ryan Hill [22]
May 14, 2019 Adele Matera [23]
October 1, 2019 [24][25]
Katara and the Pirate's SilverOctober 13, 2020 Faith Erin Hicks
Tim Hedrick
Faith Erin HicksPeter Wartman Adele Matera [3]
Toph Beifong's Metalbending AcademyFebruary 16, 2021 Faith Erin HicksPeter Wartman Adele Matera [26]
Suki, AloneJuly 27, 2021 Faith Erin HicksPeter Wartman Adele Matera [27]


The stories are collected in oversized hardcover library edition featuring notes from the creators and a sketchbook section. They are also collected in paperback omnibuses, printed at digest size.

Volume Title Date Collects ISBN Notes
1 The PromiseFebruary 20, 2013 (LE)
June 30, 2020 (Omni)
9781616550745 (LE)
9781506717845 (Omni)
2 The SearchFebruary 5, 2014 (LE)
October 27, 2020 (Omni)
9781616552268 (LE)
9781506721729 (Omni)
3 The RiftFebruary 24, 2015 (LE)
February 23, 2021 (Omni)
9781616555504 (LE)
9781506721712 (Omni)
4 Smoke and ShadowSeptember 21, 2016 (LE)
October 5, 2021 (Omni)
9781506700137 (LE)
9781506721682 (Omni)
5 North and SouthOctober 25, 2017 (LE)
February 22, 2022 (Omni)
9781506701950 (LE)
9781506721675 (Omni)
6 ImbalanceJune 3, 2020 9781506708126[33]
7 The Lost Adventures
and Team Avatar Tales
November 10, 2020
  • The Lost Adventures
  • Team Avatar Tales

The Promise[edit]


The Promise is the first comic to continue right after the show ended on Nickelodeon[35] and picks up right after what the series left off. For example, in the last episode of the series, Katara and Aang start their relationship and The PromisePart One explores their new romance. The comic also explores Toph's metal bending practices and Zuko's reign as Fire Lord. [36] The audience sees more of the dynamic between Avatar Aang and Fire Lord Zuko as they both work with the Earth King over a conflict: the Fire Nation colonies in Earth kingdom territory. This issue escalates as Yu Dao, one of the Fire Nation colonies, fights against this order. In The Promise Part Two, Team Avatar begins to try to resolve the Yu Dao issue, while Fire Lord Zuko aims to receive advice from his father who was previously Fire Lord. Zuko experiences an internal war, in which he feels the need to do what is best for the four nations but he fears becoming like his tyrant father.[37] The issue becomes tense as Earth King Kuei and Zuko come closer to war. In The Promise Part Three, tensions escalate between as Zuko and Kuei both aim to keep Yu Dao through military means. As both send their armies to fight, Avatar Aang has to decide what he needs to do to maintain peace between the four nations, even if that means killing Fire Lord Zuko, his best friend. [38]

Critical reception[edit]

In June 2012, The Promise Part Two was a New York Times Bestseller and the top of the BookScan charts.[39] Critics say that this comic is great at displaying the characters authentically and the illustrations are a "great success."[39]

The Search[edit]


The Search is about Zuko's adventure to find his mother Ursa who left the Fire Nation in order to save Zuko's life when he was a child. [40] This comic also includes a large piece of Ursa's life, her lover and heartbreak. The plot goes from the past, Ursa's life with her lover, and the present, Zuko's quest to find her.[41] In The Search Part One, Zuko makes a deal with his sister Azula: she has to help him find his mother and he releases her from the mental institution. Zuko, Azula and Team Avatar set out to find his mother by going to Hira'a, the town where Ursa grew up. By the end of The Search Part One, Zuko finds out that his biological father was a man named Ikem that his mother was in love with before marrying Ozai. In The Search Part Two, Avatar Aang dismisses Zuko's enthusiasm upon finding out Ozai is not his real father and expresses his worry that if Ozai is not Zuko's real father then Zuko has no right to the throne. Team Aang, Zuko and Azula continue searching for Ursa and go to Forgetful Valley. Here, Aang meets "The Mother of Faces" in the spirit world. In The Search Part Three, Azula finds out important information about Ursa and aims to find her mother herself but Zuko and Sokka try to find Ursa first. Aang and Katara deal with the "Mother of Faces" and her spirit animals.

Critical reception[edit]

In July 2013, The Search Part Two was a New York Times Bestseller. [42] Critics say that this comic explained the missing pieces Zuko's mother well but the story only expanded the narrative with coincidences rather than purpose. [43]

The Rift[edit]


The Rift mostly revolves around Aang's roots: the Air Nation. This comic also explores Toph's past, specifically her complicated relationship with her father.[44] In The Rift Part One, Aang wants his friends to celebrate Yangchen's festival. This festival was one of the most sacred Air Nomad holidays but was not celebrated in 100 years due to the Air Nomad genocide. Aang meets with Avatar Yangchen and find out that a jointly owned Fire Nation and Earth Kingdom factory is on Air Nomad sacred land. Toph reunites with her father, whom she had not seen in two years. In The Rift Part Two, Team Avatar continues to try to save sacred air nomadic land from industrialists. Aang and Air Acolytes enter the Spirit World and she speaks about her experience with a man named General Old Iron and his grudge against the city of Boma for the death of Lady Tienhai. As they speak, the place is hit by an Earthquake. In The Rift Part Three, Aang connects with Avatar Yangchen and learns that the only way to prevent the bitter spirit of General Old Iron to return is to destroy the town. Toph does not agree with this solution, as she respects the refinery's symbol of international cooperation between the Fire and Earth nations. Ultimately, Aang fights General Old Iron and wins. After meeting with Lady Tenhai in the Spirit World, Aang recognizes that spirits deserve to live with human civilization in peace and creates the "Spirits Friendship Festival."

Critical reception[edit]

In March 2014, The Rift Part One was a New York Times Bestseller. [45] Critics say that the message of this comic, that tradition should influence the present but it should not prohibit progress, is a neat transition to Avatar: Legend of Korra.[46]

Smoke and Shadow[edit]


Smoke and Shadow continues Zuko's and Ursa's relationship where The Search leaves off. [47] This comic also goes further in depth with Zuko's family in general.[48] This comic mostly revolves around Zuko's and Aang's mission to settle both issues in the physical and spiritual world. In Smoke and Shadow Part One, mysterious figures called the Kemurikage spirits tell a prophesy that Zuko must leave the throne or the Fire Nation will collapse. The New Ozai Society begin to organize a plan to remove Zuko from the throne and children begin to disappear in the Fire Nation Capitol. In Smoke and Shadow Part Two, Aang and the rest of Team Avatar aim to make sense of the disappearances of the children. The leader of the Kemurikage is revealed to Zuko and Aang as Azula. In Smoke and Shadow Part Three, Zuko attempts to catch Azula. In doing so, he fights Azula and she tells him that she wants Zuko to be the Fire Lord she wanted to be- one who leads with fear rather than compassion. Azula and the rest of the Kemurikage disappear in the smoke. Aang and the rest of Team Avatar save the children by fighting the Kemurikage spirits. The ending of the comic consists of Ursa meeting Ozai again in his cell, after all these years. Ursa sees her former husband for the man he was, a small man trying to act big.

Critical reception[edit]

In May 2016, Smoke and Shadow Part Three was a New York Times Bestseller. [49] Critics say that this comic was good at portraying Zuko's family with further character development. However, critics also say that some of the themes, like Zuko's insecurity with being Fire Lord, became repetitive. [50]

North and South[edit]


North and South revolves around Katara and Sokka's roots: the Southern Water Tribe. In North and South Part One, Katara and Sokka return to their home and are surprised by the flourishing place it has become from the little village where they grew up. They find out that their father, Hakoda, was in charge and Malina, a woman from the Northern Water Tribe, had a huge role in progressing the Southern Water Tribe. By the end of part one, Katara and Sokka walk in on their father and Malina in the middle of a kiss. In North and South Part Two, Southern Gilak tries to kidnap Katara and Sokka and leaves a note on Hakoda's door which says, "Soon you will see the truth Chieftain." Katara is suspicious of the integration of the Northern and Southern Water Tribes. Gilak exposes Milan for her integration of both tribes and claims that she only aims to exploit the natural resources of the Southern Water Tribe for the benefit of the Northern Water Tribe. Milan apologizes but Gilak's troops attack her and her brother Maliq. Team Avatar steps in and fights off the troops. Gilak is escorted to his prison cell, but an officer who says she never liked the Northerners gives him the key to his cell. In North and South Part Three, Fire Lord Zuko and the Earth King Kuei come to the Southern Water tribe and approve of the full integration of the tribes. Amid this, Gilak breaks free and causes a rebellion. In the end, Gilak dies and Malina is saved by Katara.

Critical reception[edit]

Some critics say that North and South was "disappointing" and a "victim of its own making." Other critics say that the antagonist, Gilak, was not nearly as threatening as other villains which made the comic less exciting.[51]



Imbalance surrounds the tension between benders and nonbenders at the Earthen Fire Industries. In Imbalance Part One, Team Avatar arrive at the Earthen Fire Industries and to their surprise, they are met with disapproval as there are increased disputes among the benders and the nonbenders. In Imbalance Part Two, Team Avatar aims to solve the conflict between the benders and nonbenders. In Imbalance Part Three, the conflict comes to an all time high and it is up to Aang to come up with a solution to satisfy both parties. This comic as a whole sets up the majority of the plot of Avatar: The Legend of Korra as it explores increasing political tension as well as industrialization. [52]

Critical reception[edit]

Critics say that this comic goes slow in the beginning, as it starts off with a broad dispute among benders and nonbenders, but increases pace as the narrative explores the idea of modernization.[53]

Katara and the Pirate's Silver[edit]

Released on October 13, 2020,[54]Katara and the Pirate's Silver is the first stand alone graphic novel (as compared to previous graphic novels released as trilogies) from the Avatar Universe. Furthermore, unlike previously released graphic trilogies which were set after the events of the show, Katara and the Pirate's Silver is set during the events of the show.[55]


Set in the Avatar universe after the events of the Book Two: Earth episode “Bitter Work”, Katara and the Pirate's Silver follows Katara as she gets separated from the rest of Team Avatar when while passing through a Fire Nation blockade, Appa accidentally flings Katara from his back in the course of evading Fire Nation launched projectiles.[55] Unable to rendezvous with Aang, Toph, and Sokka, Katara must avoid capture by aligning herself with a band of pirates who offer her passage beyond the blockade. [56][55] In doing so, Katara is forced to prove that she has the grit and toughness to stand up to anyone.

Critical Reception[edit]

The graphic novel was generally well received by critics. Brenton Stewart of Comic Books Resources said that "after being usually relegated to the sidelines, Katara shines as the story's chief protagonist in a long-overdue starring role that's just one of several smart storytelling decisions."[55] He went on to say, "Attachments to the original series aside, the comic is just an enjoyable and fun adventure showcasing Katara's strength and revealing more of the ever-more fascinating world of Avatar as we gain an insight into the life of pirates".[55]

Toph Beifong's Metalbending Academy[edit]


Released on February 17, 2021, Toph Beifong's Metalbending Academy is a standalone graphic novel set in the Avatar universe after the events of The Rift and before the events of Smoke and Shadow . [57][58] The graphic novel follows Toph as she settles into an easy life turning Earthbenders into Metalbenders after building up enough infrastructure for her metalbending academy. However, Toph finds the grind tedious, so her former students Penga, Ho Tun and the Dark One help carry her workload and when Sokka and Suki visit to invite Toph to a concert they hope the change may offer her excitement.

Critical Reception[edit]

Suki, Alone[edit]

The third stand alone graphic novel from the Avatar universe "Suki Alone", was released on July 27,2021. Originally, scheduled to be released on June 22,2021.

It follows the story of Suki, the Kyoshi Warrior somewhere between " Appa's Lost Days" and "The Boiling Rock".


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