Avatar: The Last Airbender: Book 3, Episode 21: Sozin’s Comet Part 4: Avatar Aang  » TV  »
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  • Still, it was an amazing experience and I'm glad I took the time to sit down and watch because it was worth every second

    • by David Finniss


      Well, we’ve finally come to the end, and what an end it was. There was action galore, and we finally see Aang take control of his avatar state.

      Thanks to Ozai, Aang is able to unlock his chakra and that turns the tide. Where Aang spent the last episode running away, now it’s Ozai who’s running away.

      Right when Avatar Aang is about to deliver the killing blow, he stops and uses energy bending to rob Ozai of his firebending ability. You know, if

      that was all he had to do, why not use Ty Lee’s pressure point thing to disable him. Sure it’s only temporary, but if you kept doing it at regular intervals, it would buy you enough time to imprison him; it’s not like we haven’t seen other firebenders get held in prison before.

      The episode ends as well as you could hope. The good guys win the day, the guys all get their respective girls and peace is brought to the world.

      The finale did a good job of ...

      • bringing almost everyone back, which is impressive considering how many characters have appeared.

        People online commented on how hard Azula fell when her mind went and by God, they were not kidding. She’s a wreck, it’s kind of creepy. Not as creepy, as say the puppet master, but still pretty unnerving.

        Speaking of which, why didn’t Katara think to use that when Azula was raining fire and lightning down. Heck, even when Zuko was fighting her, Katara could’ve tipped the scales. Sure, it’s

        cheating, but she’s been shown to be ok with that from time to time.

        This show was a hell of a ride and it’s sad to know that there aren’t any more episodes to watch. Still, it was an amazing experience and I’m glad I took the time to sit down and watch because it was worth every second. Even though this is already streaming on Netflix, I have every intention of picking this show up on DVD because I would be honored to have it in my collection.

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