I know now that no one can give you your honor; it’s something you earn for yourself by choosing to do what’s right. All I want now is to play my part in ending this war — and I know my destiny is to help you restore balance to the world.
Legend of Korra - Book 1
She waits, and she listens.
Yoo Jae-myung, animation director of The Legend of Korra, discusses Nickelodeons initial hesitancy to accept Mike and Bryans proposal of the show… and Korra. [Cont.]
“When you take a look at protagonists in American animations, they are male. There are rarely any female protagonists.
The creators and our studio demanded Nickelodeon that they change their mind since we had already decided on a female character with an androgynous appeal.
We wouldn’t take no for an answer and we finally got their approval.
It’s rare, having a a heroine, right?”
“Maybe that’s why it became so popular.”
“I’m not sure. Everyone had doubts and was worried at first. But as the series gained more popularity, we realized that having heroines could actually work.”
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It’s shit like this that makes me hate Nick with a burning passion.
Asami Sato + green eyes