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Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Complete Series for $29.99 @ iTunes AU

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The complete series of Avatar the Last Airbender [in HD] is $29.99 on iTunes. This is 50% off the usual price of $59.99.

Also, the Legend of Korra, complete series is also on sale for the same price: https://itunes.apple.com/au/tv-season/the-legend-of-korra-th...

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  • +19 votes

    Everything changed when the fire nation attacked…

  • +12 votes

    Binge worthy series!

  • +17 votes

    If you are someone that is 'morally' opposed to pirating or whatever and don't have this series yet. I would say buy this, then go download the fan remaster and watch that instead.
    No moral quandry (having a backup of something you actually own is legally fine) but also a better viewing experience.
    Maybe watch the first couple episodes in this version (or compare at least) as there is weird 'ring' artifacts for the first couple episodes in the fan remaster.

    As for the series itself. Easily the highest quality animated show around in most ways you could compare that (writing, world building, characters, animation itself etc). And up there as one of the best shows of all time animated or not.

    EDIT:
    As for korra, well i'd say its worth a watch as the fights are pretty great and the animation is quite beautiful (except for parts at the start of season 2 lol), some characters you'll like, some plot points you'll like. Just overall worse execution on most of it than ATLA.
    Still honestly up there as a pretty good/great show. just far off the OG.
    No need for a fan remaster on this show either, so EZPZ.

    • +6 votes

      Morally fine. Legally, not exactly. But I agree.

      Just an aside, though. The series has been officially remastered and released on Bluray. I'm not sure if the itunes version is the same remaster, but iirc the weird ring artifacts in the first couple of episodes is gone.

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        Yeah im not even slightly against pirating even if not owning the real things. Just thought i'd write it like that so as to not upset any people with delicate sensitivities.

        As for the Bluray vs fan remaster. From what i remember seeing/hearing around the blu-ray release, the fan remaster is still better overall. Again other than those first few episodes with the weird halo-ing (remembered what they were calling it).

        • +1 vote

          I think I remember the same. Would be nice if the guys who did the fan remaster could remaster the problematic episodes using the bluray though, if that is indeed the best source.

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            @Morien: Hi I'm just curious but could you explain what makes some of the episodes problematic?

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            @Morien: I do believe they posted the "upscaling/remastering" script they used, so it'd be interesting to see what you could do with that on the bluray. Though it might not be great as the filters and such were 'designed' for the DVDs visual problems.
            If that wouldn't work i too would like them to do those 4 episodes custom from the blu-ray.
            They used waifu2x as far as im aware so it might be possible to do it yourself (not necessarily you, just a general anyone).

    • +1 vote

      Appreciate the tips!

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      I didn't know about Korra, thought there was just this series (which I saw on Netflix ages ago). Thanks.

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      Season 1 of ATLA watch the fan remaster, official 1080p Blu-ray is way better quality than the fan one for the rest of the seasons though

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        Really?
        When the Bluray released i had a google around and saw a few people say the opposite and the couple comparison screenshots i found seemed to agree with them.
        But there really wasn't enough screenshots for me to get a full picture. Maybe ill have to 'acquire' the bluray copies and see for myself.

  • +5 votes

    I think I've watched this series a total of 10 times 😍🥰
    The besttttt

  • +1 vote

    Will there be a HD version?

    • +1 vote

      It's in HD (read the description)

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        Description wasn't in HD.

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        I believe there is no real HD version. This HD version is a remastered. It is just a computer resizing algorithmic at play.

        • +1 vote

          No the blu-ray is definitely in HD. It's much better than the streaming versions on Netflix/AmazonPrime in various countries.

          Just don't expect it to look super-duper sharp (like the Princess and the Frog or something). It's close to what you remember the DVD or streaming versions as being, with the rose-coloured glasses of memory.

          Still worth buying.

  • +4 votes

    Stack with:
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/474943

    To get this for $25.50

  • +3 votes

    Don't even get me started on what an INCREDIBLE show this is.

  • +1 vote

    Probably my favourite tv show of all time.

    Not Korra though - I only made it through a few episodes but found it terrible. It was like all the beauty and humour and magic found in Ang was removed for Korra.

    • +3 votes

      Korra definitely took time to warm up to.

      I think that they made Korra too "busy" compared to TLOA which was much more simple (yet incredible, none-the-less)
      So many different characters in TLOK, whereas it was essentially just Aang, Sokka and Katara in TLOA.

      Netflix needs to make something AMAZING.

      • +3 votes

        Netflix already made one - Dragon Prince. The season 3 is on the way.

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          I hated the Dragon Prince

        • +1 vote

          I was watching and enjoying The Dragon Prince and thought that it reminded me of Avatar, then I found out some of the same crew made both. No surprises there. I liked it. The only negative I would have of it is that it’s very politically correct - very SJW friendly.

      • +3 votes

        How dare you forgot about the Blind Bandit?!
        Not to mention Iroh, Zuko and Cabbages guy.

        One thing I hated about the Korra series was that everyone seemingly had access to advanced skills (eg lightning for welding and metalbending) but also appeared to be weaker.

      • +2 votes

        The problem with Korra was the show only got renewed at the end of every season. With TLA they knew they had three seasons to make a world and an overarching story. With Korra they had four seperate stories because they didn't know if they would be able to end a season on a cliffhanger.

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    You gotta be kidding me. I bought this at full price only a week ago. I guess I could buy Korra as well.

  • +1 vote

    Do iTunes offer a Physical copy posted to you, like Netflix used to?

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    Definitely one of the most entertaining animated series of this century.