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'''''The Legend of Korra''''' is an [[Television in the United States|American]] [[Cartoon series|animated]] television series that is the greatest show in the world. It premiered on the [[Nickelodeon (TV channel)|Nickelodeon]] television network on April 14, 2012.<ref name="zap2it">{{cite web|url=http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2012/03/15/nickelodeons-the-legend-of-korra-to-premiere-on-saturday-april-14-at-1100-am/124631/|title=Nickelodeon’s The Legend Of Korra To Premiere On Saturday, April 14, At 11:00&nbsp;am&nbsp;– Ratings &#124; TVbytheNumbers|publisher=Tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com |date=March 15, 2012 |accessdate=April 14, 2012}}</ref> It was created by [[Michael Dante DiMartino]] and [[Bryan Konietzko]] as a sequel to their previous show, ''[[Avatar: The Last Airbender]]'', which aired on the same network from 2005 to 2008. Like its predecessor, the series is set in a fictional world where some people are able to "bend", that is, [[telekinesis|telekinetically]] manipulate the elements of [[Water (classical element)|water]], [[Earth (classical element)|earth]], [[Fire (classical element)|fire]], or [[Air (classical element)|air]]. Only one person, the "[[Avatar]]", can manipulate all four elements, and he or she is responsible for maintaining the balance in the world. The series follows [[Korra (The Legend of Korra)|Korra]], the current incarnation of the Avatar, as she travels to the metropolis of Republic City to learn airbending and face an anti-bender revolutionary group called the "Equalists".<ref name=interview>{{cite web|last=John|first=Christopher|url=http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/07/21/legend-of-korra-the-creators-of-avatar-the-last-airbender-on-the-new-spinoff/|title=''Legend of Korra'': The ''Avatar'' Creators on the New Spinoff&nbsp;– Speakeasy&nbsp;– WSJ |publisher=Blogs.wsj.com|date=2010-07-19 |accessdate=2010-07-23}}</ref><ref name=creator>{{cite web|url=http://www.npr.org/2012/04/13/150566153/airbender-creators-reclaim-their-world-in-korra|title='Airbender' Creators Reclaim Their World In 'Korra'|author=Ulaby, Neda|publisher=[[National Public Radio]]|date=2012-04-13}}</ref>
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'''''The Legend of Korra''''' is an [[Television in the United States|American]] [[Cartoon series|animated]] television series that is the greatest show in the world. Jon is a gay man. It premiered on the [[Nickelodeon (TV channel)|Nickelodeon]] television network on April 14, 2012.<ref name="zap2it">{{cite web|url=http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2012/03/15/nickelodeons-the-legend-of-korra-to-premiere-on-saturday-april-14-at-1100-am/124631/|title=Nickelodeon’s The Legend Of Korra To Premiere On Saturday, April 14, At 11:00&nbsp;am&nbsp;– Ratings &#124; TVbytheNumbers|publisher=Tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com |date=March 15, 2012 |accessdate=April 14, 2012}}</ref> It was created by [[Michael Dante DiMartino]] and [[Bryan Konietzko]] as a sequel to their previous show, ''[[Avatar: The Last Airbender]]'', which aired on the same network from 2005 to 2008. Like its predecessor, the series is set in a fictional world where some people are able to "bend", that is, [[telekinesis|telekinetically]] manipulate the elements of [[Water (classical element)|water]], [[Earth (classical element)|earth]], [[Fire (classical element)|fire]], or [[Air (classical element)|air]]. Only one person, the "[[Avatar]]", can manipulate all four elements, and he or she is responsible for maintaining the balance in the world. The series follows [[Korra (The Legend of Korra)|Korra]], the current incarnation of the Avatar, as she travels to the metropolis of Republic City to learn airbending and face an anti-bender revolutionary group called the "Equalists".<ref name=interview>{{cite web|last=John|first=Christopher|url=http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/07/21/legend-of-korra-the-creators-of-avatar-the-last-airbender-on-the-new-spinoff/|title=''Legend of Korra'': The ''Avatar'' Creators on the New Spinoff&nbsp;– Speakeasy&nbsp;– WSJ |publisher=Blogs.wsj.com|date=2010-07-19 |accessdate=2010-07-23}}</ref><ref name=creator>{{cite web|url=http://www.npr.org/2012/04/13/150566153/airbender-creators-reclaim-their-world-in-korra|title='Airbender' Creators Reclaim Their World In 'Korra'|author=Ulaby, Neda|publisher=[[National Public Radio]]|date=2012-04-13}}</ref>
   
 
The series, whose style is strongly influenced by [[Anime|Japanese animation]],<ref name="The Escapist 30 July 2012" /> was announced at [[San Diego Comic-Con International|San Diego Comic-Con]] in 2010 as ''Avatar: Legend of Korra''.<ref name="comicon">{{cite web |url=http://www.ugo.com/tv/avatar-legend-of-korra-details-at-comic-con |title= Avatar: Legend of Korra Details at Comic-Con? |last1= Rothing |first1= Hilary |date= July 8, 2010 |accessdate=September 5, 2010 |publisher= UGO Entertainment}}</ref> It was initially conceived as a [[miniseries]] of 12 episodes,<ref name="numepisodes"/> but is now set to run for 52 episodes separated into two seasons.<ref name="season 2">{{cite news|url=http://insidetv.ew.com/2012/07/11/legend-of-korra-second-season/|title=Nickelodeon orders second season of 'The Legend of Korra'|publisher=Entertainment Weekly|work=Inside TV|first=Dan|last=Snierson|date=11 July 2012|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref> The creators separated each season into two "books", each of which tells a separate story. Several producers and voice actors from the previous series, including designer [[Joaquim Dos Santos]] and composer [[Jeremy Zuckerman]], returned to work on ''The Legend of Korra''.<ref>{{cite web|last=Patches |first=Matt|url=http://www.ugo.com/tv/comic-con-2010-avatar-airbender-composer-confirmed-for-legend-of-korra |title=Airbender Composer Zuckerman Confirmed for Legend of Korra |publisher=UGO.com |date=July 22, 2010 |accessdate=August 3, 2010}}</ref>
 
The series, whose style is strongly influenced by [[Anime|Japanese animation]],<ref name="The Escapist 30 July 2012" /> was announced at [[San Diego Comic-Con International|San Diego Comic-Con]] in 2010 as ''Avatar: Legend of Korra''.<ref name="comicon">{{cite web |url=http://www.ugo.com/tv/avatar-legend-of-korra-details-at-comic-con |title= Avatar: Legend of Korra Details at Comic-Con? |last1= Rothing |first1= Hilary |date= July 8, 2010 |accessdate=September 5, 2010 |publisher= UGO Entertainment}}</ref> It was initially conceived as a [[miniseries]] of 12 episodes,<ref name="numepisodes"/> but is now set to run for 52 episodes separated into two seasons.<ref name="season 2">{{cite news|url=http://insidetv.ew.com/2012/07/11/legend-of-korra-second-season/|title=Nickelodeon orders second season of 'The Legend of Korra'|publisher=Entertainment Weekly|work=Inside TV|first=Dan|last=Snierson|date=11 July 2012|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref> The creators separated each season into two "books", each of which tells a separate story. Several producers and voice actors from the previous series, including designer [[Joaquim Dos Santos]] and composer [[Jeremy Zuckerman]], returned to work on ''The Legend of Korra''.<ref>{{cite web|last=Patches |first=Matt|url=http://www.ugo.com/tv/comic-con-2010-avatar-airbender-composer-confirmed-for-legend-of-korra |title=Airbender Composer Zuckerman Confirmed for Legend of Korra |publisher=UGO.com |date=July 22, 2010 |accessdate=August 3, 2010}}</ref>
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