The Legend of Korra, Book 1: Air

The Legend of Korra, Book 1: Air

The Legend of Korra

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 2012-04-14
  • Advisory Rating: TV-Y7
  • Episodes: 11
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 26.99
From 1,879 Ratings


Avatar Korra, a headstrong, rebellious, feisty young woman who continually challenges and breaks with tradition, is on her quest to become a fully realized Avatar. In this story, the Avatar struggles to find balance between tradition and modernity, the bending and non-bending world, and within herself.


Title Time Price
1 Welcome to Republic City / A Leaf in the 47:46 USD 3.99 Buy on iTunes
2 The Revelation 23:55 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 The Voice in the Night 23:59 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 The Spirit of Competition 23:53 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 And the Winner Is… 24:13 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 The Aftermath 24:02 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 When Extremes Meet 23:52 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Out of the Past 23:55 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 Turning the Tides 23:48 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 Skeletons in the Closet 24:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 Endgame 25:25 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes



  • Question...

    By HangingoutonRoblox
    Why are the Episodes short…?
  • Amon!!

    By jenniepuff
  • Butt

    By Dhallancia
  • Why so short

    By why do you care lol
    Why are the episodes 30 seconds long?
  • The best show during Quarntine

    By heavencoolgirl
    Ever since this coronavirus has started I have been binge watching this show and I’m already on season 3
  • Good

    By Garrus Vakarian12
    I love how Korra is strong headed, daring and reckless though she tries to do what's right. What I don't like is the love triangle. Doesn't make sense Bolin would forgive easily and there was no chemistry or development. The issue of benders oppressing non benders are good. It's an analogy of people who have abilities and attributes and others don't like some being athletic and others aren't athletic. Overall, it's a fine season although I didn't like the pacing towards the end. It feels rushed. And it didn't make sense Korra gained air bending powers from nothing. However I like how the loss of bending powers deals with grief and loss.
  • This book alone is a Masterpiece.

    By M.@.N3
    I don’t know what else to say...
  • Aang is better than Korra

    By Raven's Gate
    Note that I'm rating the show overall here, not just Season 1. This show has a really cool concept in a really cool world and I love that they extended the story past Avatar Aang. I also like that the characters in this spin-off are older than in the original Avatar show. And Mako is to die for. But what I really don't like about this show is the character of Korra herself. She gets worse as the show goes on, but she's a total hot-head, which causes her to make stupid, rash decisions, and it's really irritating. Aang was a way better avatar.
  • I was surprised

    By Roguehanle
    I was very surprised watching this. Great animation, story and characters. It is worth the buy. Good and fun.
  • Hollywood Take Notes, This is How a Sequel Should Be Done - Spoiler Free

    By A Humble Reviewer
    I’ll separate this review into one for the entire series then one for Book 1. Rather than simply continue with what worked in the original series, the creators of the Avatar universe have tried and succeeded at bringing something fresh while still retaining and expanding upon the story's core mythology. When you take into account these constraints, as well as making the show appeal to new and old viewers of many ages, the job they did was beyond amazing. Kids will miss some of the adult content and adults will think some bits are too childish, but it’s surprising how most of the content appeals to all ages. You will immediately notice that Korra is older than Aang and is a girl. You will also immediately notice the setting has evolved substantially. This was a very risky move and my hat’s off to the creators. The Legend of Korra is more about world-building than an overarching storyline. Some character development has been shifted from the main characters to the side characters. All these key differences bring about many variations in the story that make it feel fresh and distinct but the original series is not forgotten. Korra is Aang’s spiritual descendant and she works with his biological descendants. Thus, there are many goodies that pay homage to the original show. The production values have skyrocketed and is an area where The Legend of Korra clearly exceeds The Last Airbender. You can really see the power of animation. A world has been created that is so rich and vibrant, a live-action film would need a ridiculous budget to try and match it. The score and the voice acting are top-notch. I highly recommend this series for new and old viewers though you really want to watch The Last Airbender first. Now onto Book 1. This book serves as a terrific introduction and transitions old viewers to the evolved setting very comfortably. The story is surprisingly complex but there’s still a lot of fun stuff like pro-bending. Enjoy the phenomenal, underrated, villain. Book 1 is not as grandiose but it doesn’t need to be. It has subtle layers that can easily be missed. It stylishly executes the very important theme of equality in a manner fitting for all ages and continues to impress right up until the very end. An easy five stars.