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Legend of Korra - Kid's show by yourparodies Legend of Korra - Kid's show by yourparodies
You know, FOR KIDS!!! Oh, the IROHny!!!

Legend of Korra (c) Nickelodeon
Just to be safe, these screenshots from Legend of Korra are from Legend of Korra drawn by the makers of Legend of Korra who also hold the rights for Legend of Korra.
This is a parody made for entertaining purposes ONLY.
I take no credit for the artwork.
It's only entertainment from fans for fans.
Did I mention the screenshots are from Legend of Korra made by the makers of Legend of Korra who also hold all rights to the Legend of Korra?
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alexiaNBC Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2017
Don't forget season three with the anarchy, regicide, mental and physical torture through poisoning, threats of a second Air Nomad genocide, and Korra being broken in mind, body and soul into a handicapped, PTSD suffering, clinically depressed tragic heroine.

You know, for kids 8D
Ryanator50 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think it was more for teenagers?
ArticWolfClaw Featured By Owner Edited Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I just relizsied that they got away with all this but had to be censored for to girls kissing 
ArticWolfClaw Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
All this and not even season 4
kingofart1 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016
And thats only season one
CindyFlayer Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2016
Of COURSE is for kids. :)
Nunouno1 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2016
Quite a shame that the show itself was not good and that most of these concepts were poorly executed. And before anyone says anything, you are free to have your opinion of course.
emperorkirkwall Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Kingriver Featured By Owner Edited Aug 21, 2016
MaxErikson Featured By Owner Edited Jun 25, 2016
It is NOT a kids' show. Why does it HAVE to be for kids.
Goddess0fChaos Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, yeah. On a kid tv channel, target audience was children (I suppose age can vary from any person's perspective), it's for kids. 
Superjustinbros Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Bloody this
Neolexious Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2016
I wanna watch it now
blackmorn Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016
you forgot the canon lesbianism at the end. 
ChancellorMatt Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
which came out of nowhere
butlerfack Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2016
Not really. There were a lot of scenes showing the growing relationship between Korra and Asami. Plus when Korra was recovering from the mercury poisoning thing, she sent all her letters to Asami and no one else.
lpq1999 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Yah, that was quite.......😨
FrancisJeremyXavyer Featured By Owner Edited Jun 23, 2016  Student Writer
Screw parent groups. Marges, Flanders, and Lovejoys, all of them.

And I see what you did there.
antillies2 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016
It's certainly not like there were dark themes in ATLA, like genocide, or anything...
Redlight47 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016
True, but to the credit of ATLA, they pulled their punches by not only having the gory bits either done a century ago or off screen miles away, but not capitalizing on it and making it truly something mortifying.

LOK almost seems to relish in the pain and suffering going on, Especially in the latter seasons with P'li. That actually caught me off guard.
antillies2 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2016
You're right that the dark themes in Korra were given more attention than the ones in ATLA; that's absolutely true.  Do consider, though, that LOK was not aimed at the same demographic that ATLA was.  LOK was aimed at the demographic that had watched ATLA originally and had aged considerably since then.  I'm guessing Bryke felt more comfortable depicting a harsher (and in some ways, more true; we do, after all, see ATLA through a more child-like pair of eyes) picture of the world because of this.

I would contest your characterization though that LOK "relished" pain and suffering.  I only agree insofar as they were both prominent themes throughout the series, but certainly life has its fair share of both, so I don't feel depicting them in an honest fashion can be equated to enjoying, or relishing, said depiction.
Redlight47 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2016
You make some good points about the demographic, but I was actually talking about the fan base rather than the kids. Still it was a surprise for everyone.

And I shouldn't have said "relished" because that grossly misinterprets the tone. I should have said "dwelled on" or "capitalized" the darker themes. It just ad me on edge after P'li's death in season 3. Like, I know I shouldn't dwell on it but I can't help it because after watching that and seeing something similar with a dude's arm in real life, it's just... I don't know.
antillies2 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2016
I appreciate your acknowledgement.  I'm not sure capitalized would be apt either, but I do certainly agree that Season 2 and 3 seemed to dwell on, as you say, or feature much more prominently, Korra's struggle than the first two seasons.  Though I still would not say that it was a deliberate choice to include a more brutal reality rather than a means to depict the story as Bryke saw necessary.  I will, however, wholly concede that LOK had a far darker tone overall and had only moments of the lightness that seemed to course through ATLA.  I wonder if a lot of that though was mostly because Korra had much less fluff than ATLA, and thus fewer opportunities to be light.  I'm not sure.

Could you explain more specifically what you mean when you mention P'Li?  Was it the brutal nature of her death that lingered with you?
Redlight47 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016
Well, it all comes down to the choices of the makers.

And as for P'li, its just the fact that it came so suddenly that shocked me. I knew if she died it woild be from her own explosion like combustion man from ATLA, but the fact she was practically murdered on screen got to me.

Also there's the fact of what I saw as a kid that got me stuck on it. I wont go into full detail, but I will say it involved some fireworks, a keg of beer, and a lazy after noon. Luckily no one was killed.
TrufanNekiaWilson Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The show isn't bad but it's too serious to me.  And I'm not saying that all things in have to be happy and cheery but Last Air Bender had humor and emotional moments that were very well balanced.  I went into the first season of Korra and I thought, hmm not as funny as Last Air Bender but the emotion is still there and that wasn't bad, the ending was kinda sad but I'll watch season 2.  I watched season 2 and there were parts that made feel me so bad I quit watching the show all together. 
eddyissocool Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
okay so we can have all of that on a kids tv show but suddenly you make the character bisexual and people loose their shit. 
IgelFullmetal Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Darkfire-Rowtag Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
nice one
EonOrteaShadowmaster Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Student Writer
And that's just Book One!
murrlogic1 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016
>Bryan Konietzko- OK so here is the idea....

>Michael Dante DiMartino- Alright fam i'm listening

Bryan: what if we write a character about a non bender with a fuck ton of money

Michael: OK what else?

Bryan: her backstory is the Triad forced her to watch her mother get burned alibe

Michael: ...uh...will Nick give us the funding for this?

Bryan: Probably not but lets just casually mention it in the 1st season and do nothing with this arc.
Elecman99 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016
Cradle-Rocket Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2016
This person nailed it.
Elecman99 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2016
Which person?
JasonWolfe Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016

That's fucked up.
kotorikurama Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016  Student Filmographer
God I hated tarrlok's death TT-TT but the last quotes on this was funny as hell.
Pinopip3-LEL Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
idk kids shouldnt be watching shows like Korra with them twists or most anime shows, universal appeal my butt. there are age limits tho but eh who cares anyway rigght? ^^
Neo9000X Featured By Owner Edited Jun 21, 2016
sunshineartbyme Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Student Digital Artist
They say it is for kids but there is so much death!!!!!
hannibus42 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016  Student Writer
Dude, the girlfriend of the season 3 villains HEAD EXPLODED!
sunshineartbyme Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2016  Student Digital Artist
And that chick with no arms gets elecktric and the guy burns alive!
hannibus42 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Student Writer
Yeah.... pretty messed up. STILL WOULDN'T CHANGE A THING!

well.... actually I would have made some that Korra regained her connection to her past lives
CTSael Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016
The panels of Korra at the end are what got me. xD Though you could have also included:

- Korra's attempt to goad Amon into a premature fight, alone and late at night. Amon's last minute ambush left her lying there unconscious, but for how long? Thinking about such a scenario realistically, I don't think she'd say to Tenzin afterwards that Amon did "nothing" to her and that she was fine.

- Death by electrocution, the manner in which Mako killed Ming Hua. Realistically speaking, there would have been no prolonged screaming. She died instantly.

- Zaheer taking air-bending to the extreme. Air-bending is the technique of a people who are peaceful, conservative, evasive. They avoid conflict and/or take non-violent measures to combat it. Zaheer blatantly air-bent the oxygen out of the Earth Queen's lungs, not only killing, but through the terrible process of asphyxiation.

- P'li dying due to exploding her own head, even if not purposefully. Suyin Beifong metal-bent that armor plate around her face to prevent any further combustion attacks.
GarronPaduk Featured By Owner May 28, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Nothing different.
Disney been doing it longer than Nick/Nicktoons.
But still funny Cx.
Geoxaga Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016
So true
GotNoName123 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2016
Yep! For kids...ha, fun...
SenpaijaACLx3 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It was not supposed to be for only kids, but all ages.
TinkerTanker44432 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I do't think so. Legend of Korra i not for Kids... Ok kids?
AtTheAmidorianGates Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2016
The show is awesome because of all these dark ironies and twists, its not really a kid's show, it's got universal appeal. But this still definitely made me laugh. =) =D
Wakko666 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2015
the best kids and children's stories are fill with all of these things, they are too teach them
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