guys there’s no fucking way those “book 2” pics are real stfu
“I’m going with Zuko!”
Oh yes I still have the touch
On June 26th at Barnes & Noble at the Grove in Los Angeles…
MIKE DIMARTINO (Legend of Korra, Avatar: The Last Airbender)
MARIE LU (Legend, Prodigy)
LEIGH BARDUGO (Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm)
SETH HOFFMAN (The Walking Dead)
hosted by KURT MATTILA of The Big Pull Pod.
I’m really looking forward to sharing the panel with these talented folks. I love Leigh and Marie’s books — they write two of the best YA series out there right now. And Kurt and I are old pals since back in the RISD days. He also directed the “Avatar Spirits” documentary in addition to many other projects. Should be a fun night. If you’re in the LA area on June 26th, you should come by.
The panel starts at 7 PM.
Mike is going to be on this talent-saturated panel of writers, so definitely check it out if you can make it to the Grove in LA on Wednesday, June 26th. I just started reading Leigh Bardugo’s Shadow and Bone. I’m digging it! Leigh and Mike had some entertaining and hilarious discussions on Kurt’s podcast The Big Pull, so I’m sure this panel will be fantastic.
Speaking of panels, we are getting everything ready for San Diego Comic-Con, which is only a month away. In typical fashion, I’m not allowed to announce any specifics yet but I will say that we have a lot planned over more than one day, so hopefully those of you in attendance will be able to take part in one or more of our things that I’m not allowed to announce! Looking forward to seeing (many of) you there!
FFFFF TOO CUTE
The other Korra print ^.^
There needs to be more Lok/Atlantis crossovers….
Here’s Lookin’ At You
This is the Ember Island Pictures version of the search for Bolin and The Revelation. Those schmucks get everything wrong, but who’s complaining?
ETA: Close up (x)
Just playing around with doodles. I miss these guys.
I always start out by convincing myself that the picture with just be a quick sketch, but ends up being a full-blown picture. Curse my perfectionist soul.
I haven’t watched or read any Attack On Titan stuff, but I’m going to give it a try after doing such a complicated and detailed picture. I really hope you guys like the picture,
and if I made any mistakes on the machinery, please forgive me.
The Legend of Korra x Attack on Titan crossover
OH OH OH /FFFFFFUUUUUUUUU/
YEP BRB CRYING BECAUSE PENCILPAPERPASSION FREAKING NAAAAIIIILED IT, NNNNNNNNNAAAAAIIIIIIILLLLLLEEEDDDD IIIIIITTTTTTTT
I WILL REBLOG THIS AGAIN WITH A BETTER COMMENT ONCE I’M DONE APPRECIATING THIS WITH MY MIND HOLD ON
Clearly I’m the most fabulous AND younger than you both.
Omfg hahahaha this is actually really fucking cool xD
Still better special effects than The Last Airbender movie
It’s been said before and I’ll say it again, an ATLA/LOK movie made by cosplayers would’ve won some Oscars.
Mike and I are excited, elated, proud, relieved, and a bunch of other emotions to *FINALLY* announce the release of a soundtrack of Jeremy Zuckerman’s score from Book 1 of The Legend of Korra. I can’t begin to summarize the 9-year struggle we have endured to get any sort of a soundtrack released. We love Jeremy’s music deeply, and we know the fans do too, so it has been an incredibly frustrating wait and battle to make this a reality. All of the online petitions for an Avatar: The Last Airbender soundtrack were an amazing show of support from thousands of people and greatly appreciated, but for so long it seemed to be in vain as the idea of a soundtrack was blocked at a bureaucratic impasse.
Gratefully, thanks to the tireless efforts of some key people inside and outside of Nickelodeon who championed this project for many years, it is finally happening. Now, we are very aware that those petitions were for an Avatar soundtrack, which has yet to see the light of day. Firstly, we are lucky to get any sort of music release to happen, and secondly, our hope is that the Korra Book 1 soundtrack will be a success and show the company that there is a real demand for other music releases, Avatar included.
And a *HUGE* thank to Jeremy for his incredible scores. We are honored and lucky to get to work with a composer so immensely talented and dedicated. Congratulations on the release!
Above is the art I painted for the cover. Below is some info about the release:
–The first-ever The Legend of Korra soundtrack - The Legend of Korra: Original Music From Book One – will be available digitally and in stores everywhere on Tuesday, July 16.
–The album showcases 26 original instrumental tracks composed by Jeremy Zuckerman.
–The album is currently available for pre-order.
–The Legend of Korra: Original Music From Book One is being released by Nickelodeon and Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
And here is an article on the Wall St. Journal blog that features a 4-minute cue in its entirety.