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Avatar, the Last Airbender. : Jiang shi Shen Tong The Complete Book 1 Collection

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Includes all 20 chapters from book 1: Water.
Special features: Disc 1. Behind the scenes; Kung Fu featurette. Disc 2. The making of Avatar: from real life to animation. Disc 3. Behind the scenes: the voices of Avatar. Disc 4. "Ask the creators" featurette; Original animatic: chapter 15-uncut. Disc 5. Audio commentary for all episodes.
Disc 1. The boy in the iceberg -- The Avatar returns -- The Southern Air Temple -- The warriors of Kyoshi.
Disc 2. The King of Omashu -- Imprisoned -- Winter Solstice part 1, The spirit world -- Winter solstice part 2, Avatar Roku.
Disc 3. The waterbending scroll -- Jet -- The great divide -- The storm.
Disc 4. The blue spirit -- The fortuneteller -- Bato of the Water Tribe -- The deserter.
Disc 5. The Northern Air Temple -- The Waterbending Master -- The siege of the North part 1 -- The siege of the North part 2.
Disc 6 bonus disc. Behind the scenes with the Avatar cast & crew -- The making of Avatar : inside the sound studios -- Avatar pilot episode with audio commentary -- The making of Avatar : inside the Korean animation studios.
Voices: Zach Tyler Eisen (Aang), Mae Whitman (Katara), Jack DeSena (Sokka), Dante Basco (Prince Zuko), Dee Bradley Baker (Appa/Mono), Mako (Uncle Iroh).
After a lapse of 100 years, the Avatar-spiritual master of the elements has returned. And just in the nick of time. The Four nations (Water, Earth, Fire and Air) have become unbalanced. The Fire Nation wants to rule the world, and its first conquest will be the Northern Water Tribe. It's up to a 12-year-old Airbender named Aang to find a way to stop it. He is the Chosen One, who must forgo his selfish wandering to learn to master his latent powers over the four elements. He enlists Aang, Katara, Sokka, Momo, and Appa to restore the world order.
DVD; region 1; full screen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.

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Avatar, the Last Airbender: Book 1 submitted by SBNB on July 21, 2019, 7:23pm I found this as an adult and I absolutely love it. It's fun, the world is interesting, the story is amazing, the characters are great! This is a great beginning.

For All Ages submitted by tree64 on August 11, 2020, 10:31pm I watched this growing up as a kid with my family as it came out. Now, watching again 15 years later, the show is every bit as good and exciting. The show uses its unique world to touch on many themes that most cartoons completely avoid (e.g. sexism, racism, microaggressions, industrialization vs. cultural preservation), which are lessons perfect for kids. Furthermore, the plot of the show is very compelling and certainly makes you want to binge watch the next episode. I would highly recommend this show to anybody, regardless of age.

Great show submitted by severian on July 1, 2021, 7:50pm Not only is the character development pitch perfect and the story really compelling as the seasons progress, but this is also maybe the most moral thing on tv I’ve ever seen. Highly recommended for all ages!