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Demonic Phoenix
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It's actually got quite a bit of Fridge Brilliance in it. The last episode left Lion-O feeling more cautious and it left him running away, because he saw how much danger he was putting his friends in. Emrick dying helped him come to understand it and accept that you have to live life to the fullest. Granted, maybe he could have picked a better time to do that but he is young. stick out tongue

That is one of the few episodes I haven't seen. Mostly cause I is supporting the official release.

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The previous episode was the Rammlak one right? Wasn't that the one where Lion-O realized the value of comrades? Can't recall that ep well enough. >__> Though you're probably right.
Heh, yeah. "Teenagers."

Which episode?

Lion-O. Wilykit for a close second.


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The previous episode was the Rammlak one right? Wasn't that the one where Lion-O realized the value of comrades? Can't recall that ep well enough. >__> Though you're probably right.
Heh, yeah. "Teenagers."

Which episode?

Lion-O. Wilykit for a close second.


Si yeah. That is the one that probably makes people hate Lion-O the most.
Cept Panthro. He's just manly.

Any dealing with the Elephants. stick out tongue

Hmm...you know I probably agree.


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Si yeah. That is the one that probably makes people hate Lion-O the most.
Cept Panthro. He's just manly.

Any dealing with the Elephants. stick out tongue

Hmm...you know I probably agree.


It was like a complete turnaround. Dude goes from caring about oppressed and ridiculed lizards, to not giving a damn if his own companions got killed. Thankfully, it was temporary, and I don't believe he displays the same attitude in any other episode. Dude had just lost his father and his entire kingdom.
Yeah. Nunchuks. His acrophobia was a hoot though.

They're ossum though. Easily the best race. :O

Sweet. Third for me is prolly Panthro. Least favourite would be Tygra. That should be no surprise to you.


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It was like a complete turnaround. Dude goes from caring about oppressed and ridiculed lizards, to not giving a damn if his own companions got killed. Thankfully, it was temporary, and I don't believe he displays the same attitude in any other episode. Dude had just lost his father and his entire kingdom.
Yeah. Nunchuks. His acrophobia was a hoot though.

They're ossum though. Easily the best race. :O

Sweet. Third for me is prolly Panthro. Least favourite would be Tygra. That should be no surprise to you.


Indeed. But I'm glad they did it because it felt like something you could see happen. As opposed to Leah and Luke not being all that mad when their planet and family was killed respectively. That always bugged me.
Doesn't stop him from being bawss.

Better than the Petlars? O:

I actually may like Cheetara more....maybe*. And yeah, even though he has a really sympathetic backstory, Tygra comes off as really mean spirited at times. I don't dislike him though.

Jaga is an honorable mention for being made of pure testosterone and awesome.


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Indeed. But I'm glad they did it because it felt like something you could see happen. As opposed to Leah and Luke not being all that mad when their planet and family was killed respectively. That always bugged me.
Doesn't stop him from being bawss.

Better than the Petlars? O:

I actually may like Cheetara more....maybe*. And yeah, even though he has a really sympathetic backstory, Tygra comes off as really mean spirited at times. I don't dislike him though.

Jaga is an honorable mention for being made of pure testosterone and awesome.


True. Would have been stupid if he didn't have a reaction of some sort.
Makes him a source of humour though. That's good.

Yep.

As of Native Son, I don't dislike him either. He's just my least favourite.

Yeah. Leo was pretty bawss too. Claudius looked absolutely badass.


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So...as a whole, this or Korra?


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Def Korra.

However, Thundercats is, at times, quite enjoyable.


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So...as a whole, this or Korra?


Dunno. Korra on the whole has been enjoyable and good, with the exception of most of the season finale. Action in Thundercats is nowhere near as good, and Korra's humour is better. Both have oppresion/segregation of the weak as a major theme, and I think it is handled better in Legend of Korra. I probably like Amon and Tenzin more than any other character in Korra or Thundercats, though Thundercats IMO has a wider variety of characters.

I'd pick Thundercats though. Like I said, I watched 20 episodes back-to-back. Wouldn't have done the same thing with Korra, even if it did have 20 episodes.
I'm a bigger fan of the original Thundercats than I am of Avatar: TLAB. Plus, that Petalars episode.
Who knows though, if later Korra episodes are handled better, I could change my stance.

You?


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So...as a whole, this or Korra?


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Korra on the whole has been enjoyable and good
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Action in Thundercats is nowhere near as good
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Korra's humour is better.
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Both have oppresion/segregation of the weak as a major theme, and I think it is handled better in Legend of Korra.
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I probably like Amon and Tenzin more than any other character in Korra or Thundercats


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Thundercats IMO has a wider variety of characters.
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I'm a bigger fan of the original Thundercats than I am of Avatar: TLAB.



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I'd pick Thundercats


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why would i need to deal with your horrible decision making? stick out tongue


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You're right. It is clearly far too advanced for your Avatard mind.


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Dunno. Korra on the whole has been enjoyable and good, with the exception of most of the season finale. Action in Thundercats is nowhere near as good, and Korra's humour is better. Both have oppresion/segregation of the weak as a major theme, and I think it is handled better in Legend of Korra. I probably like Amon and Tenzin more than any other character in Korra or Thundercats, though Thundercats IMO has a wider variety of characters.

I'd pick Thundercats though. Like I said, I watched 20 episodes back-to-back. Wouldn't have done the same thing with Korra, even if it did have 20 episodes.
I'm a bigger fan of the original Thundercats than I am of Avatar: TLAB. Plus, that Petalars episode.
Who knows though, if later Korra episodes are handled better, I could change my stance.

You?


I don't really agree about Korra handling the segregation theme better since...well by the end of it it doesn't seem like anyone cared about what the Equalists had to say. I can agree about the action sequences(I honestly struggle to remember many fight scenes for Thundercats). Humor?...eh, both were hit and miss for me in that area. I guess Korra takes it there though.

I do like Thundercats as well over all.


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Sure, by the end of it. It was largely forgotten in the last 3 episodes or so.
The end result was far better in Thundercats (multiple animal races coming together due to Lion-O's actions), as opposed to Korra's where it is revealed that Amon really wants to end the art of bending, as opposed to helping the non-benders.
Still think it was handled better in Korra though. Or maybe I'm just remembering how it was handled incorrectly. Could be the case. Need to rewatch the season.
Action in Thundercats is largely boring. I think the Duelist and Swordmaster episode was the one with the best action, and it didn't involve guns, beams or shields.


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I can remember other action scenes I liked better but that is besides the point.

But what does Thundercats have that puts it above Korra? You didn't do a good job of explaining why you picked it. :P


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I can remember other action scenes I liked better but that is besides the point.

But what does Thundercats have that puts it above Korra? You didn't do a good job of explaining why you picked it. :P


Thundercats has Robo-Lion-o witht the lazer sword.

But Korra takes the action sequences. Still Mum-ra looks pretty cool.

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Korra and Amon have more mentions in this thread than any character from the actual show... just sayin'.


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I can remember other action scenes I liked better but that is besides the point.

But what does Thundercats have that puts it above Korra? You didn't do a good job of explaining why you picked it. :P


Thought I had responded to this. >__>

Cats, a better storyline, Cats, lesser focus on romance, Cats, a better finale, and Cats. stick out tongue


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Im not a fan. Tried I just can't get into it. Glad some people enjoy it. For me I will stick to the original on dvd lol


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Been buying the dvd volumes because I can never make the damn show when it comes on. So far, haven't been let down. I love the animation style.


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