The Legend of Korra, Book 3: Change

The Legend of Korra, Book 3: Change

The Legend of Korra

  • Genre: Kids
  • Release Date: 2014-10-03
  • Advisory Rating: TV-Y7
  • Episodes: 26

Description (The Legend of Korra, Book 3: Change)

It’s the return of the Airbenders! Korra discovers that new Airbenders are popping up all over the Earth Kingdom. While she tries to find these Airbenders and rebuild the Air Nation, a group of dangerous criminals embark on a mission of their own.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 A Breath of Fresh Air 22:57 USD 1.99
2 The Spirit of an Episode: A Breath of Fr 04:18 Season Only
3 Rebirth 22:42 USD 1.99
4 The Spirit of an Episode: Rebirth 05:14 Season Only
5 The Earth Queen 22:48 USD 1.99
6 The Spirit of an Episode: The Earth Quee 05:00 Season Only
7 In Harm's Way 22:42 USD 1.99
8 The Spirit of an Episode: In Harm's Way 03:56 Season Only
9 The Metal Clan 22:52 USD 1.99
10 The Spirit of an Episode: The Metal Clan 04:59 Season Only
11 Old Wounds 22:55 USD 1.99
12 The Spirit of an Episode: Old Wounds 04:59 Season Only
13 Original Airbenders 22:56 USD 1.99
14 The Spirit of an Episode: Original Airbe 04:20 Season Only
15 The Terror Within 22:54 USD 1.99
16 The Spirit of an Episode: The Terror Wit 05:40 Season Only
17 The Stakeout 22:53 USD 1.99
18 The Spirit of an Episode: The Stakeout 05:20 Season Only
19 Long Live the Queen 22:54 USD 1.99
20 The Spirit of an Episode: Long Live the 05:26 Season Only
21 The Ultimatum 22:48 USD 1.99
22 The Spirit of an Episode: The Ultimatum 05:31 Season Only
23 Enter the Void 22:43 USD 1.99
24 The Spirit of an Episode: Enter the Void 05:42 Season Only
25 Venom of the Red Lotus 22:54 USD 1.99
26 The Spirit of an Episode: Venom of the R 05:40 Season Only

Trailer (The Legend of Korra, Book 3: Change)

Reviews

  • Blah

    1
    By BoyEnigmaShadow
    The worlds a different place, and doesn't have much relevance to the original series anymore. I feel like I'm watching a whole new show. I don’t care much for it. The spirits are inspiring, but it just feels force. Much like the not so suble lesbian situation. Not that thats an issue, but being a tom boy, and literally showing zero signs of interest in girls for the first two books...it is not realistic defiantly hurt the series. I guess if that was the plan all along then it should have been properly exicuted then fearfully hidden, and then forced into the story. Didnt work me though. #Bored
  • Great Plot and Action With a Very Strong Start - Spoiler Free

    5
    By A Humble Reviewer
    The book with the best action sequences in either series. The first half of the book is incredible but I felt it did lose some of that quality as things progressed. Nonetheless, the idea of rebuilding the air nation was a great one and it rolls to a solid conclusion. The first half is too good to not give this book five stars.
  • Watch it with your kids!

    5
    By Herzog_
    If you haven't watched Legend of Korra and Avatar, The Last Airbender with your children, you are missing out on good times.
  • Amazing

    5
    By YokoKurama
    I love this series!!! This by far is the best book out of all of them. I would even go as far to say it is the best book out of all the Avatar series.
  • Great season

    5
    By zeroin123
    Best so far
  • Exceptional

    5
    By Al Poland
    The best season of one of the best shows. Period. Visually stunning, and the writing is captivating.
  • Incredible season

    5
    By lotrfan01
    This season was one of the best Avatar seasons ever. The villains and plot was so masterfully constructed and episode was action-packed and outstanding. We are able to meet some important characters who play major roles in Season 4. The music that was built for this season only added to it. If I were to buy any season of Legend of Korra, this one would be my first pick.
  • Best TV show ever!!

    5
    By GhostWriterAna
    I love The Legend of Korra
  • Incredible series!

    5
    By Galen 501
    I'm so happy that Nick decided to complete the Korra trilogy with a Book 4! Can't wait to see how the story goes!
  • The Turning Point

    5
    By Anonymous Juran
    Korra has had such incredible potential right from the start, but if you ask me, this is season is the point where it really took off. The first two seasons had quirky characters, intimidating villains, clever storylines, and a lot of political and supernatural intrigue, but they were a little mired by Korra's immaturity and the awkward love triangles that persisted, at least they were for me. This season, though, made me glad I didn't stop watching. The characters have grown up a lot already, team Avatar has become a well-oiled machine, and the thrill of the old Avatar days is back. And now iTunes is carrying the series again! About time, I don't know why they stopped. This is just what I need when the Nick player is acting up, which is every single time for me.

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