Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender released on Netflix last weekend, the longstanding debate about its sequel series has reemerged. Taking place 70 years after the conclusion of The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra tells the story of Aang’s successor, 17-year-old Korra from the Southern Water Tribe. While many fans love each show and Avatar equally, others are not convinced Korra’s story was the appropriate choice for a follow-up series.

Personally, as a fan of Avatar they showed of shown Aang, Katara, Sokka, Zuko, and Toph all grown up. The show runners truly missed out on a great opportunity. They skipped an entire generation. This should have done it like how Naruto series went into Boruto series. We all got to see the characters we love in their adult stages. This would be equivalent of Minato generation transitioning to Boruto generation. We would all be lost and confused.

Korra is amazing character though and definitely is the strongest Avatar of all time but we never got to see Aang in adult form. He was just 12 year old kid that saved the world in less than a year. It would have been nice to see the characters we fell in love with in their adult stages. Korra trials and tribulations was much harder than Aang. The Legend of Korra is a phenomenal show just wish it was phase 3 instead of phase 2.