Over the course of three more seasons, our Korra Krew grew, changed, matured, and developed into interesting people.
And Korra moved past her too-tidy relationship with Mako.
Unlike many people in the world of The Legend of Korra, Asami is not able to "bend", or manipulate, one of the elements of water, earth, fire, or air.
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Asami was initially conceived to be a duplicitous spy for the Equalist movement - antagonists in the first season - embedded within Team Avatar.
However, the character became so well liked by co-creators Di Martino and Konietzko that they rewrote her to be a friend to Korra, and ignorant of her father's Equalist activities.
Regardless if they are good, bad, speaking, or in the background–just make us be there! Besides being diverse with gender roles, I have never seen a show that has strong characters of so many different ages–this is truly a family show where everyone can see themselves in a cool role.
There are children to kick ass, teens that kick ass, mid-lifers that kick-ass, and a couple of grannies that made me laugh.
At first, I thought it would be impossible for KORRA to live up to the legacy of AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER.
The original show was, in my opinion, pretty near perfect.
Konietzko also floated the idea to the writing team that Asami might be bisexual "before the audience had ever laid eyes on" either her or Korra, but initially shelved the idea, assuming Nickelodeon would not allow it to be aired. An early script for the last episode of the first season, "Endgame", featured Asami joining the United Forces, a military in the universe of The Legend of Korra, at the end of the episode.
The script was reworked sometime before the confirmation of the second season.
Di Martino knows exactly what fans want to see after that finale, and he dives headfirst into Korra and Asami’s romance while also detailing the history of how queer people have been treated in the world of this series.