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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Rainville View Post
    and I'm back to the facebook page. or a tumblr that directs me to the facebook page. or the wiki which doesn't give me anything.
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    Yeah I'm getting the facebook page as well, I guess it's one of those regional redirects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    Which gives me the facebook page. having the internet in Canada is fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Rainville View Post
    Which gives me the facebook page.
    Argh, yeah it may be redirecting you because you're not in the US?

    http://media.mtvnservices.com/mgid:c...ck.com:1114415 was the direct link to the video as far as I can see.
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    The production was pretty good. Looks way better than most of the derivative stiff japanese cartoons that pop up every other day, so really doesn´t have anything to envy to anime at all. The action scenes are definitely worth a watch. The anachronistic world feels just a little bit forced, would be nice that all the designs would blend better with one another, but still looks very well constructed.

    Its cool that women have positions of power in their universe and excel at stuff without a pronounced cleavage, just hope it doesnt get pushed too far into something condescending, then it just becomes another 90´s cartoon that misses the point by trying too hard, Captain Planet style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    Just some background on the series in general. When the original show was first pitched the creators actually wanted Japan to animate the show, but Japan wanted nothing to do with it. So it went to this S. Korean company who also animated Boondocks.

    By the way, even if a Japanese company took the show, it wouldn't be uncommon for them to outsource it to Korean animators as well.

    Outsourcing animation has been going on for quite a long time.
    Huh, that's kinda interesting that Japan didn't want to do it. But hey, the Korean studio has done a wonderful job so it's no loss.
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    "Sorry this video is unavailable from your location".........

    THNIFFULS!! America...why do you hate the world???

    So the trailer.....the animation is......bad.
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    You know it's pretty unfair to have a facebook campaign that is pretty international then tell people outside the US "oh hey thanks for the like but you're not included now"
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    Sending in the red coats.....
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    Eh Personally I like the feel of the setting. imo It feels like the natural history and how it would develop with tech + people with superior abilities to control elements. Society which was scattered between kingdoms and races came together used all their elemental abilities, the discovery of metal bending even, which drove a tech boom. A lot of tech can develop in 70 years. Think 70 years back from today..... ... then add in if people could control elements lol.
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    I was able to watch it using this http://download.cnet.com/Easy-Hide-I...-10714026.html. It works if you click the direct video link. It's only a free three day trail, but should be enough to watch the episode...
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    Great score, use of said score, animation, choreography, world-building, character development... I am pretty excited! I was especially amused that they teased us about Zuko's mom ("What happened to Zuko's mom?!" "Oh, that's an exciting story--" [gets cut off]). I have the feeling that that's either never going to be answered or it'll become a running gag.

    Alas, I'm gonna be in Canada for a month starting April 11. Augh. Hopefully I'll be able to catch it online somehow.
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    Loved the original, liking this one too! Will we ever know what happened to Ursa?
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