...the anime version, that is, and not the film.
After the watching the film "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and feeling the anxiety to know what happened during the characters' journey to saving the world, we decided to get a copy of the anime version. We initially started Book 2 and realized that the film left out a lot of pieces in the story that made sense. So we got Book 1 and started all over again. And I swear, it was amazingly addicting. The anime version is so much better than the film (which really sucked pala). In just two weeks, we finished Books 1-3 and we're watching it all over again. Yes, it's THAT good.
In the anime version of "Avatar: The Last Airbender", you will get to know each of the character better:
Aang - the only Airbender and Avatar tasked to save the world.
Katara - the only Waterbender from the Southern Water Tribe who believed that the Avatar can put the war to an end.
Sokka - he doesn't have bending abilities but he turned out to be a great warrior and leader of Team Avatar.
Toph - a blind Earthbender who became Aang's earthbending teacher.
Zuko - banished prince of the Fire Nation. He started out as someone who wanted to capture the Avatar but in the end his destiny was to be Aang's firebending teacher.
A spin-off from this series is coming out this year, "The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra", and we can't wait to see it.