if aang actually broke his connection with roku as his mentor…
shit must of got real awkward in the spirit world
Kill some people
Out of context it looks like he has just made the most forward proposition of all time.
In fairness context doesn’t help all that much
I’ve been getting lots of messages on it, so I’ll just post the link here for all to see. Not amazing quality and some of the dialogue is a bit blurry, but then again that perhaps improves the comic.
I’d argue that it improves the comic for sure.
i am so
I’m fucking dwelling on the Aang and Katara part because it was just so
The fan club had modeled their clubhouse to look like the Western Air Temple. I’m being generous when I say that. Here’s the clubhouse:
And Aang showed them some Airbending and one of the girls…
Awwww, the house was cute.
But you mentioned how Aang didn’t invite Katara to join in. The problem was that Katara didn’t invite HERSELF to join in, because she was perfectly entitled to do so—and I’m annoyed that she didn’t. You would think that the other girls would all be jabbering at HER, though, trying to learn deep, dark secrets about Aang’s life. And wanting to hear about all the times he saved her. And learning about all the times that she saved him.
Yeah, this is true, but I’m less surprised that Katara didn’t go over to join them than I am that Aang didn’t invite her over, if that makes sense? I figure Katara would feel awkward and somewhat left out in that situation, and I can almost get the characterization for her to sit it out, but Aang leaving her out seems OOC…? Is that just me? XD;