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Avatar - The Last Airbender: Book 3: Fire - Volume 4


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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Excellent completion to the series! July 20 2008
By R. C. Harris Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This disk contains these final 6 episodes of the final season:

Chapter 16: The Southern Raiders - Prince Zuko and Katara take off on a private mission, to find the killer of Katara and Sokka's mother.

Chapter 17: The Ember Island Players - Prince Zuko takes the gang to his family island resort where they watch a theater representation of their history.

Chapter 18: Sozin's Comet Part 1: The Phoenix King - "Team Avatar" (Sokka's pet name for the group) prepares for a confrontation with the Fire Lord while Ozai assigns Azula a special honorable title - and crowns himself Supreme Ruler - with his own special title.

Chapter 19: Sozin's Comet Part 2: The Old Masters - Aang sets out alone to decide how to deal with the Fire Lord while the rest of the group set out to find Uncle Iroh.

Chapter 20: Sozin's Comet Part 3: Into the Inferno - Zuko and Katara pair up to face Azula in the Fire Nation, while Sokka, Zuki and Toph team up to stop Lord Ozai and his army from destroying the Earth Kingdom.

Chapter 21: Sozin's Comet Part 4: Avatar Aang - The Grande Finale, including Aang's final confrontation with the Fire Lord and Zuko's with his sister.

While I found Chapter 17 mostly missable, the final four chapters (18-21) run together like a full-length movie! All loose ends (that I could think of) get tied up nicely, including the fates of all the main and secondary characters.

An excellent way to end the entire series!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
A true masterpiece July 24 2008
By Kendra Williams - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Let me start off by saying that I am 29 years old and I love this show. I started off watching it with my 5 year old son who is now 8 and I love it. This is truly one of the best animated series I have ever watched. This dvd finally gives us the ending we all hoped for. It wraps everything up perfectly. We finally find out if Aang can indeed save the world. I hate to see the show end. I just hope that M Night Shylaman does the live action movie justice. If you are a die hard Avatar fan the way I am then this dvd is a must have they definetely saved the best for last!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
FLAWLESS!! Aug. 6 2008
By R. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The ending to this extremely entertaining series is a sight to behold for the entire family! The end battles between antagonists were simply poetry in motion (the sights, sounds, movement of characters, clever tactics, just beautiful to watch). Anyone that has seen any of the past episodes (and those that haven't) must not miss Book 3 Vol. 4. Aside from the visuals and sounds there are so many messages (some hidden, some obvious) that you must view it a few times so as not to miss them all.

I too am worried that a live action Avatar in the "wrong hands" would be a disaster. I cannot wait for a comprehensive Blue Ray box set of the entire series. If you are new to the series I suggest starting from the beginning to fully understand what has lead up to this epic conclusion (your kids will also love you for it ;^). Kudos to all of those involved in the creation of this FLAWLESS FAMILY MASTERPIECE!

P.S. Now bring on the Blue Ray Box Set...
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful Show!!! July 29 2008
By Gillian Marie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is the best show I have seen in a very long time. It is an amazing story for young and old. My boyfriend and I watch all the time. We dont have any children but we have never missed an episode. Im very sad to see it end, but we will continue to enjoy the repeats and the DVDs.
Closure Aug. 22 2008
By Jason C. Rees - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Volume four takes the viewer through the last six episodes of the Avatar cartoon series. Avatar has been a quality cartoon from day one, and does not disappoint: if you keep in mind that is a cartoon, and nothing more.

In the Southern Raiders, Katara and Zuko take a trip to confront the demons of her past. Katara is forced to choose her path, and goes through some character growth here. Zuko's response to it in the end delivers a question Aang can't answer.

In the Ember Island Players, the kids watch a play chronicling their journey. They each (well, except Tuff) see a piece of themselves they're not entirely comfortable with. No one except Aang seems to do much soul-searching over it, so its value is only in poking fun at the main characters, which I actually enjoyed.

Sozin's Comet is a four-part episode. Aang agonizes yet again. Everyone says he has to kill the Firelord, which goes against everything he's ever been taught. He goes off on his own to meditate. Everyone looks for him. Yeah, I know, we've seen this before.

Aang gets alot of advice he doesn't particularly like, but comes to accept. Meanwhile, the other kids prioritize, and get their acts together to do something about the Firelord's plans.

When the Firelord comes knocking, Aang is ready to face him. Here we see Aang (and bending in general) doing things we've never seen him do. He comes into his own as the Avatar. Even before going into the Avatar state, he shows that he really is a master of the four elements. It's a cartoon, but it's cool. Meanwhile, Zuko and Azula go at it.

Aang goes into the Avatar state and unleashes hell. Then he does something even all the avatars of the past didn't know was possible. Katara pulls a final trick out of thin air and shows herself a true master of waterbending.

There is rarely a cartoon that comes along and pulls me in like this. Entertaining, clean, action-oriented fun that anyone in the family can watch. The characters grow in skill and maturity throughout the series, and the stakes keep climbing, right up to the end. I give this conclusion four stars.


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