In many ways Legend of Korra is more timely than ever because it forces us to examine our hero worship and the notion that one person will save us from destruction or that the simple removal of one villain will solve all of our problems.
Korrasami walked so Bubbline could run.
“I was about to write, “this book almost seems like fan service,” but, nope, it doesn’t just seem that way, it is fan service.”
This book is just straighforwardly gay. Like, capital G Gay. If you were looking for nuance or subtext, this comic is not for you. Literally the first 21 pages are just Korra and Asami being gay and talking about their relationship. Nothing else happens.
I know that my pull list is already getting way too big, but there are just too many awesome feminist and queer-lady-centric comics out there today!
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There were more queer female characters of color on TV in 2014 than the total number of queer female characters on TV, period, five years ago.
I’m damn furious that six years ago, Nickelodeon was allowed to show a 12-year-old boy kissing a 14-year-old girl and saying “I love you,” but now, they refuse to show a 21-year-old woman do either of those things with her 22-year-old female partner.
But in the end, it’s Asami that Korra holds hands with, Asami that Korra decides to vacation with, Asami who’s there for her in the end, Asami with whom Korra shares lingering glances and momentary intimacies.