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For three years, millions of eager fans tuned in to watch new episodes of Nickelodeon s hit animated series Avatar The Last Airbender Ever since, fans have been hungry for mdash and now their wait is finally over This volume collects the long out of print, fan favorite comics previously published in Nickelodeon Magazine and with the Airbender DVDs, plus over seventy brand new comics pages That s twenty six stories set in Airbender continuity, by a host of top notch talent, many of whom worked on the original animated series A must have for any Airbender fan Twenty six in continuity stories, plus bonus content The latest release in an ongoing partnership between Nickelodeon and Dark Horse, to bring you the very best in Airbender books...

Title : Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Lost Adventures
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Format Type : Hardback
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Dark Horse Books 2 Juli 2013
Number of Pages : 497 Pages
File Size : 794 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Lost Adventures Reviews

  • Karl Kampfhörspiele
    2019-03-28 06:03

    Mich erinnert das Buch an Folge 15 (man möge mich verbessern sofern nicht zutreffend) von Buch Erde, ums für die Kenner der Serie zu beschreiben. Diese Folge bestand aus lauter kleineren Geschichten, wobei die einzelne Geschichte nicht zu einer kompletten Folge gemacht werden konnte, es aber trotzdem schade gewesen wäre, sie einfach unter den Tisch fallen zu lassen. So kann man sich das hier etwa auch vorstellen, nur, dass das Kurzgeschichten sind, die zwischen den Folgen der Serie so passiert sein könnten, vom Anfang bis zum Ende der TV-Serie.Es sind Geschichten von unterschiedlichster Länge drin, zwischen 2 bis ca. 24 Seiten ist die Bandbreite. Wobei aber nicht allzu viele auf 20 Seiten kommen, der größere Teil hat unter 10 Seiten. Das tut dem Spaß aber deswegen nicht Abbruch, im Gegenteil!Durch manche Geschichten merkt man, wie man sich den Alltag unserer 3-5 Helden im Verlauf der Serie, abseits der "Kamera" vorstellen kann. Andere stellen, wie gesagt, missing links dar, was man zb. am Ende von Buch II bemerkt. Und schließlich sind andere so typisch chaotisch, dass es fast schade ist, dass man aus ihnen keine eigene animierte Folge gemacht hat. (Anmerkung: einige der Geschichten haben einen anderen/abstrakten Zeichenstil, wie es so in der Serie nicht vorkommt. Das dürfte wohl weniger stören, weil das hier ja alles außerhalb der "richtigen" Episoden abläuft, aber der Vollständigkeit halber ists erwähnt.)Mit mehr als 200 Seiten ist das ganze für Fans mit (je nach den Angeboten die man hier so bekommt) um/unter 10 Euro schon ein sehr akzeptabler Preis!

  • ail13
    2019-03-30 10:52

    Als absoluter Avatar-Fan musste ich dieses Comic haben (gibt es mittlerweile auch in deutsch). In einem hochwertigen Taschenbuch wird die Geschichte von Avatar weitererzählt. Es gibt neue Abenteuer, man erfährt was mit dem Avatar-Team weiter geschieht und später in der Geschichte (weitere Comics!) wird sogar die Frage von Zuko (Serie, Staffel 3, letzte Folge) aufgeklärt, was mit seiner Mutter geschehen ist.Für mich als Fan sind die Comic ein absoluter Schatz.

  • Günür Tunc
    2019-04-07 10:08

    ist eigentlich von der Qualität gut, mich stört nur, dass bei der Lieferung das Buch an den Rändern bisschen beschädigt war, liegt wahrscheinlich an der Art der Verpackung. Die Bilder sind eigentlich ganz gut, bis auf die einige Bilder wo man die Gesichter nicht so gut erkennt..

  • Tatjana K.
    2019-04-20 10:20

    Dies ist ein Comicbuch mit allen Comics die es über Avatar gibt. Für einen großen Fan der Serie (so wie ich) der nach mehr durstet ist dieses Comicbuch perfekt!Es gibt viele kleine gute Geschichten (die in der Serie nicht vorkommen), die längsten sind etwa 15-22 Seiten lang. Die Zeichnungen sind schön (mit farben, die Comics sind an sich schön gestaltet wie die Serie) das Buch ist relativ dick, hat eine gute Qualität und das englisch ist gut zu verstehen, ich hatte keine Probleme damit.Das einzig negative ist villeicht das einige Comics zu kurz sind (vier Seiten!), aber es sind ja nicht alle (nur ein paar), viele Comics sind lang, also ist das schon ok.Ich mag dieses Buch sehr. Für mich ist es ein kleines Bisschen so, als wären dies unveröfenlichte Avatar Folgen.Für Fans der Serie ist es ein Muss, da man ja süchtig nach der Geschichte des letzten Luftbendigern wird!Ich hoffe meine Rezension hat geholfen, es ist nähmlich meine erste :D

  • P. Romance
    2019-04-12 10:15

    Aang and the gang are back in this 230-page compilation of mini-comics of their mis-adventures, as they made their way to fight the fire lord. Chronologically in order, the book was separated into 3 chapters: the water, earth and fire kingdoms. The length of the mini-comics ranged from 2 to 6 pages long. Every comic were stand alone reads and showcased quick adventures that happen "behind the scenes" of the cartoon. Humor, that the show was famous for, was evident within the panels. They were witty with a little bit of irony thrown in. Even if you don't laugh out loud at the gangs' antics, you will definitely smile. The pages are tight and glossy. Paper quality is similar to textbook pages. The colors and lines are sharp, clear and defined. The artwork was similar to the original style from the show but there were a couple of comics were slightly different. For most people, the font was a decent size and comparable to the standard size of comic books. If you have a hard time reading smaller font, it might be an issue. In the back, there are a few pages dedicated to the people, involved with the show, with a quick bio and some sketches (if you have the artbook, it was just a reprint of some of the pages).If you are like me and came into "The Last Airbender" late, and never got a chance to read the comics, now is your chance to get the reprint. Even if you have read them, this is a great way to keep the comics in one place in one slim book. Even if you aren't a fan, this book is entertaining enough to hold its own. It was a fast read but you will definitely go back to your favorites and read it over and over again. Should you get it? Definitely.

  • Suzi Hough
    2019-04-19 06:07

    Originally published as short comics in magazines or as bonus features packaged with DVDs of the animated series, the stories in The Lost Adventures supplement the main story of the cartoon. They are created for people who are already watching the show, and would be a very poor point of entry for someone unfamiliar with the series because readers are expected to already know the characters and basic principles of Bending 101.Most of the short stories are pretty humorous, bordering on silly. One story shows the funny (but disastrous!) effects of a bad head cold on an Airbender, while in another Sokka decides that the best way to get food for their troupe is to sell their services as monster hunters, only to have the plan backfire when the “fake” monster turns out to be a real threat. These are entertaining, but forgettable. Like the show, however, some of the stories take a more serious turn, and fill in small gaps in the main storyline. A Fire Nation general explains to Aang exactly how his people were able to destroy the Airbenders one hundred years in the past after using the same strategies to trap the Avatar. We learn what convinced Zuko to return to the Fire Nation at the end of the second season, which is hinted at but never explicitly stated in the show. But even if the comics temporarily turn serious, they still return to humor before long.The artists vary in style, but they all do a pretty good job of capturing the look of the animated series. There are a couple of stories that don't look like they were scanned at an appropriate resolution, because the panels are slightly blurred and the linework isn't as crisp as it should be. But the differences are only noticeable when the stories are gathered into a single book like this; I bet that if I was reading these in the original magazines, I might not have noticed that the artist was different each time because the changes in style are pretty subtle.I really liked the book, but then I was a huge fan of the cartoon. Like I said, the book expects you to be familiar with the Avatar world, so your ability to enjoy these stories is directly tied to what you thought of the show.

  • Andrew
    2019-04-23 08:08

    Bought this to bolster my Avatar the Last Air Bender Collection, and it is a decent comic book. A bunch of short stories by different artists with completely different styles. good for light reading but does not give any insight to the story whatsoever. Buy it if you really like the universe and different arts, but this will give nostalgia feels only.

  • Mena P.
    2019-04-02 10:57

    When Avatar was on the air and my little butt was planted in front of the TV every day for new episodes and re-runs, I didn't even know about things like these books. By the time the series started I no longer had a Nickelodeon Magazine subscription, so I didn't get to see any of the comics when they were published the first time around. When I found out this existed, I bought it right away!Just about every Avatar comic that was published before this book's release date is in here (more recent bits, like the just released "Rebound", are not, and things like The Promise and The Search have been released on their own), and it showcases many different art styles. Some are so close to the anime that I thought they were done by the actual show's artists, others are a bit like a wacky fanart. All, however, are entertaining. Some are even a bit sad.If you're just getting into Avatar, wait until after you watch the series to buy this, as some bits take place during the show, show subsequent events from things that happened, or simply would not make sense unless you watched first (such as Sokka posing as Wang Fire in the Fire Nation army.) After you've taken that last dvd out of your player, come straight here and buy this! You'll definitely be in for a few laughs.