Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow PDF/EPUB ´

Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow PDF/EPUB ´



10 thoughts on “Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow

  1. Divine Anas Divine Anas says:

    I'm still salty that Azula reverted to her old self again though it's understandable I'm just a little bummed especially that she has the potential to go beyond such archetypes in the second installment and it wasn't resolved HHHNNNNGGGRRR I also really don't care for Zuko and Mai's on off relationship


  2. milou ☕️ milou ☕️ says:

    I'm going to admit something that might shock certain people so here it comes I don't like Mai I never have I have never understood why other people find her alluring or having a lot of character I think the creators were just trying too hate to make Mai 'likeable' and it didn't work out for me So that is one of the reasons why I didn't care much about this comic since Mai was pretty much everywhere And that's not even the worst part In this comic there is an infuriating love triangle between Mai Zuko and a new guy named Kei Lo It's fucking nauseating These 3 stars are for Aang Zuko Azula and Kiyi onlyBooks in the series 1 Avatar The Last Airbender #1 ★★★★★2 Avatar The Last Airbender #2 ★★★★★3 Avatar The Last Airbender #3 ★★★★★↠ Genre The Avatar the Last Airbender Universe Comics↠ Pov Multiple ↠ Type Book 4 out of ? in the Avatar the Last Airbender series↠ Rating 3 starsTwitter | Instagram | Youtube | Lastfm


  3. April (Aprilius Maximus) April (Aprilius Maximus) says:

    1 The Promise ★★★★52 The Search ★★★★53 The Rift ★★★★4 Smoke and Shadow ★★★★55 North and South ★★★★5 I don't know why but I'm holding back on giving any of these a full 5 stars I don't know I'm just waiting for something epic to happen??


  4. Himanshu Karmacharya Himanshu Karmacharya says:

    Zuko brings his mother back to the Fire Nation only to find a conspiracy surfacing to overthrow him as the fire lord While a group of ancient spirits seem to be involved in the conspiracy the real truth is far from anything expectedSmoke and Shadow the fourth book in the series is just as fun as the earlier entries but action packed and with a mystery surrounding it There is an arc revolving around Ursa Zuko's mother on how she comes to term with the life she had left behind And I think the writer has done justice to the character General Iroh is as great as alwaysThe problem with the book are some plot points where characters are nerfed just for the sake of plot The Avatar is the main victim of this plot pointDespite of the problems the book is an entertaining read from start to finish


  5. rain rain says:

    one of my faves from the atla comics so far there's so much layers to the story and it's always nice to read a zuko focused comic i also appreciate how they showed ursa coping up with her trauma and eventually learning to confront the source of it ALSO LOVE ALL THE UNCLE IROH MOMENTS HE'S ALWAYS THE HIGHLIGHT OF EVERYTHING


  6. CF Dracarys CF Dracarys says:

    I think this one is my favorite of the graphic novels so far It's mainly focused on the Fire Family but Aang is in it with them I swear this graphic novels are just as magical as the show The characters are so alive and so themselves They each have their own little within the larger world and it shows through their personalities their fears their beliefs etc The only thing that stops me from saying this is my favorite showbooks is that I wish the stakes were higher with some character deaths but it works without them and is understandable given the age group it was created for But it's so amazing for everyone if every age I settled on an Azula tattoo on my leg of badass women


  7. Silvana Silvana says:

    This is great We got to know about Mai Kiyi and that last twist was fantastic The best installment I read so far And less boring Aang Katara love fest


  8. Lau Lau says:

    45I love Fire Nation I love Zuko with all my heart and I'll never get over him He's grown so much and I'm so proud He's still so awkward and stubborn and such a drama ueen but he's the best character in the show and I could ramble about how awesome he is for days I also like Mai a lot so I enjoyed reading her in this comicThe missing half star is because I don't really like open endings and this kinda felt like that? Like what was the point with everything in the end? Will Azula keep bothering Zuko? high chances but still I need clear answers


  9. Lee (Rally the Readers) Lee (Rally the Readers) says:

    Also posted on Rally the Readers I’ve been rewatching Avatar The Last Airbender on and off lately so I was totally in the mood to read Smoke and Shadow the fourth graphic novel that follows the continuing adventures of the gAang post TV series I was especially looking forward to this installment because HELLO—ZUKO He was absent from the previous volume The Rift and he makes a most welcome return in Smoke and Shadow Returns are a bit of a theme here as Zuko’s mother Ursa sets foot in the Fire Nation’s Capital City for the first time since viewers of the show watched her leave a young Zuko and Azula behind and disappear Mai is back for this story as well and features prominently in it while Katara and Sokka head home to the Southern Water Tribe for the first time since the end of the warI know I’ve lavished heaps of praise on these graphic novels in previous reviews but it’s because every bit of praise is absolutely well deserved What I continue to adore about these comics is how extremely well crafted the stories are and the care that’s taken to keep the characters consistent with the characters we originally met in the TV series The continuity not only between the show and the comics but also between the graphic novels is simply stellar Thanks to Gene Luen Yang’s superb writing and artists Gurihiru’s lush beautifully rendered illustrations it’s like the TV series never signed offAlthough I love every member of Team Avatar Zuko is my favorite The transformation of his character is one of the best written arcs EVER I love that he’s not perfect and in Smoke and Shadow we glimpse some of the impulsiveness that was especially prevalent during the first season of the show To be fair though the New Ozai Society a group trying to undermine Zuko’s authority and restore his father to power often puts Zuko in a position where he’s forced to react to their plotting AtLA story lines can be pretty intense as is this one Creepy spirits are kidnapping Fire Nation children and the New Ozai Society capitalizes on the ensuing panic to bolster their claim that Zuko is too weak to be Fire Lord Meanwhile a subplot finds Zuko’s mother Ursa struggling with facing the past life she didn’t think she’d ever see again There’s also a brilliant plot twist that’s bound to feature in future graphic novelsAs always happens when reviewing these AtLA comics I could go on and on about how phenomenal they are Before wrapping up I just have to say how badass Mai is in Smoke and Shadow I really liked seeing her in the spotlight here and like everyone else in the Avatar verse she’s a wonderfully complex characterYet again Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru have produced a homerun of a collaboration set in a world that I love so much There’s typically a bit of a wait between graphic novels but I’d wait forever as long as I knew there’d be another one eventually because they are just So Amazing


  10. Alyson Stone Alyson Stone says:

    Book Avatar the Last Airbender Smoke and ShadowAuthor Gene Luen YangRating 5 Out of 5 StarsI really enjoyed this one a lot I felt like the last two graphic novels were kind of filler books but now it feels like we are getting back into the swing of things I really enjoyed the characters and the plot to this one This one may be my favourite of the graphic novels so far Let’s start out with the thing that everyone is complaining about Yes there is a love triangle I know I know a lot of you are probably rolling your eyes but I think it worked Mai has a new love interest and Zuko is a little jealous Seeing Zuko’s reaction to me was priceless I love just how he handles it and himself The way he reacts is like a teenager not Fire Lord which is great Plus we do have a lot of moments between Mai and Zuko which is great I wasn’t that big of a fan of their relationship in the show; it just seemed to be missing something However here I can get into them I do hope they manage to work it out One thing that I really liked was getting to see just how impulsive Zuko is We see him make decisions without really thinking it through and it costs him I like getting to see the aftermath of his choices and the fall out Plus people try to tell him not to do it and he still does However we must be fair here there is a new society that is trying to kick Zuko off the throne and he reacts because these people force him to We also have spirits stealing children the New Oazi Society telling people that it’s pretty much Zuko’s fault and them making him out to be a weak Fire Lord Yeah I get it but he still doesn’t always make the best choices This just shows that the characters are not perfect which is something that I love about this show Plus Zuko and Aang together just melts my heart I love how these two interact with each other This one is also set in the Fire Nation which we like about here I love the Fire Nation culture and getting to see of it Plus there is a big focus on what’s Mai’s life has been like after the war Ursa is also returning the Fire Nation and we get her reaction We also get a great plot twist I just like seeing the Fire Nation and how everything is not okay This is one thing that I think the graphic novels do well The fact that everything is not okay after a war Anyway I can’t wait to pick up the next one


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Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow ✼ [EPUB] ✴ Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow By Gene Luen Yang ❆ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Fire Nation is threatened by a prophecy told by the Kemurikage mysterious figures thought only to exist in legend remove Zuko from the throne or the country will perish Unrest is brewing as the Ne The Fire Nation is threatened by a prophecy Last Airbender ePUB ✓ told by the Kemurikage mysterious figures thought only to exist in legend remove Zuko from the throne or the country will perish Unrest is brewing as the New Ozai Society prepares to make its move against the crown and children begin to go missing from their homes under mysterious circumstances Avatar Aang and his friends are doing everything in their power to save them but will it be enoughThis special oversized edition of Smoke and Avatar The ePUB ´ Shadow features volumes with annotations by writer Gene Luen Yang and artists Gurihiru as well as a sketchbook section with new behind the scenes material Collects Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow Volumes .

10 thoughts on “Avatar The Last Airbender Smoke and Shadow

  1. Divine Anas Divine Anas says:

    I'm still salty that Azula reverted to her old self again though it's understandable I'm just a little bummed especially that she has the potential to go beyond such archetypes in the second installment and it wasn't resolved HHHNNNNGGGRRR I also really don't care for Zuko and Mai's on off relationship

  2. milou ☕️ milou ☕️ says:

    I'm going to admit something that might shock certain people so here it comes I don't like Mai I never have I have never understood why other people find her alluring or having a lot of character I think the creators were just trying too hate to make Mai 'likeable' and it didn't work out for me So that is one of the reasons why I didn't care much about this comic since Mai was pretty much everywhere And that's not even the worst part In this comic there is an infuriating love triangle between Mai Zuko and a new guy named Kei Lo It's fucking nauseating These 3 stars are for Aang Zuko Azula and Kiyi onlyBooks in the series 1 Avatar The Last Airbender #1 ★★★★★2 Avatar The Last Airbender #2 ★★★★★3 Avatar The Last Airbender #3 ★★★★★↠ Genre The Avatar the Last Airbender Universe Comics↠ Pov Multiple ↠ Type Book 4 out of ? in the Avatar the Last Airbender series↠ Rating 3 starsTwitter | Instagram | Youtube | Lastfm

  3. April (Aprilius Maximus) April (Aprilius Maximus) says:

    1 The Promise ★★★★52 The Search ★★★★53 The Rift ★★★★4 Smoke and Shadow ★★★★55 North and South ★★★★5 I don't know why but I'm holding back on giving any of these a full 5 stars I don't know I'm just waiting for something epic to happen??

  4. Himanshu Karmacharya Himanshu Karmacharya says:

    Zuko brings his mother back to the Fire Nation only to find a conspiracy surfacing to overthrow him as the fire lord While a group of ancient spirits seem to be involved in the conspiracy the real truth is far from anything expectedSmoke and Shadow the fourth book in the series is just as fun as the earlier entries but action packed and with a mystery surrounding it There is an arc revolving around Ursa Zuko's mother on how she comes to term with the life she had left behind And I think the writer has done justice to the character General Iroh is as great as alwaysThe problem with the book are some plot points where characters are nerfed just for the sake of plot The Avatar is the main victim of this plot pointDespite of the problems the book is an entertaining read from start to finish

  5. rain rain says:

    one of my faves from the atla comics so far there's so much layers to the story and it's always nice to read a zuko focused comic i also appreciate how they showed ursa coping up with her trauma and eventually learning to confront the source of it ALSO LOVE ALL THE UNCLE IROH MOMENTS HE'S ALWAYS THE HIGHLIGHT OF EVERYTHING

  6. CF Dracarys CF Dracarys says:

    I think this one is my favorite of the graphic novels so far It's mainly focused on the Fire Family but Aang is in it with them I swear this graphic novels are just as magical as the show The characters are so alive and so themselves They each have their own little within the larger world and it shows through their personalities their fears their beliefs etc The only thing that stops me from saying this is my favorite showbooks is that I wish the stakes were higher with some character deaths but it works without them and is understandable given the age group it was created for But it's so amazing for everyone if every age I settled on an Azula tattoo on my leg of badass women

  7. Silvana Silvana says:

    This is great We got to know about Mai Kiyi and that last twist was fantastic The best installment I read so far And less boring Aang Katara love fest

  8. Lau Lau says:

    45I love Fire Nation I love Zuko with all my heart and I'll never get over him He's grown so much and I'm so proud He's still so awkward and stubborn and such a drama ueen but he's the best character in the show and I could ramble about how awesome he is for days I also like Mai a lot so I enjoyed reading her in this comicThe missing half star is because I don't really like open endings and this kinda felt like that? Like what was the point with everything in the end? Will Azula keep bothering Zuko? high chances but still I need clear answers

  9. Lee (Rally the Readers) Lee (Rally the Readers) says:

    Also posted on Rally the Readers I’ve been rewatching Avatar The Last Airbender on and off lately so I was totally in the mood to read Smoke and Shadow the fourth graphic novel that follows the continuing adventures of the gAang post TV series I was especially looking forward to this installment because HELLO—ZUKO He was absent from the previous volume The Rift and he makes a most welcome return in Smoke and Shadow Returns are a bit of a theme here as Zuko’s mother Ursa sets foot in the Fire Nation’s Capital City for the first time since viewers of the show watched her leave a young Zuko and Azula behind and disappear Mai is back for this story as well and features prominently in it while Katara and Sokka head home to the Southern Water Tribe for the first time since the end of the warI know I’ve lavished heaps of praise on these graphic novels in previous reviews but it’s because every bit of praise is absolutely well deserved What I continue to adore about these comics is how extremely well crafted the stories are and the care that’s taken to keep the characters consistent with the characters we originally met in the TV series The continuity not only between the show and the comics but also between the graphic novels is simply stellar Thanks to Gene Luen Yang’s superb writing and artists Gurihiru’s lush beautifully rendered illustrations it’s like the TV series never signed offAlthough I love every member of Team Avatar Zuko is my favorite The transformation of his character is one of the best written arcs EVER I love that he’s not perfect and in Smoke and Shadow we glimpse some of the impulsiveness that was especially prevalent during the first season of the show To be fair though the New Ozai Society a group trying to undermine Zuko’s authority and restore his father to power often puts Zuko in a position where he’s forced to react to their plotting AtLA story lines can be pretty intense as is this one Creepy spirits are kidnapping Fire Nation children and the New Ozai Society capitalizes on the ensuing panic to bolster their claim that Zuko is too weak to be Fire Lord Meanwhile a subplot finds Zuko’s mother Ursa struggling with facing the past life she didn’t think she’d ever see again There’s also a brilliant plot twist that’s bound to feature in future graphic novelsAs always happens when reviewing these AtLA comics I could go on and on about how phenomenal they are Before wrapping up I just have to say how badass Mai is in Smoke and Shadow I really liked seeing her in the spotlight here and like everyone else in the Avatar verse she’s a wonderfully complex characterYet again Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru have produced a homerun of a collaboration set in a world that I love so much There’s typically a bit of a wait between graphic novels but I’d wait forever as long as I knew there’d be another one eventually because they are just So Amazing

  10. Alyson Stone Alyson Stone says:

    Book Avatar the Last Airbender Smoke and ShadowAuthor Gene Luen YangRating 5 Out of 5 StarsI really enjoyed this one a lot I felt like the last two graphic novels were kind of filler books but now it feels like we are getting back into the swing of things I really enjoyed the characters and the plot to this one This one may be my favourite of the graphic novels so far Let’s start out with the thing that everyone is complaining about Yes there is a love triangle I know I know a lot of you are probably rolling your eyes but I think it worked Mai has a new love interest and Zuko is a little jealous Seeing Zuko’s reaction to me was priceless I love just how he handles it and himself The way he reacts is like a teenager not Fire Lord which is great Plus we do have a lot of moments between Mai and Zuko which is great I wasn’t that big of a fan of their relationship in the show; it just seemed to be missing something However here I can get into them I do hope they manage to work it out One thing that I really liked was getting to see just how impulsive Zuko is We see him make decisions without really thinking it through and it costs him I like getting to see the aftermath of his choices and the fall out Plus people try to tell him not to do it and he still does However we must be fair here there is a new society that is trying to kick Zuko off the throne and he reacts because these people force him to We also have spirits stealing children the New Oazi Society telling people that it’s pretty much Zuko’s fault and them making him out to be a weak Fire Lord Yeah I get it but he still doesn’t always make the best choices This just shows that the characters are not perfect which is something that I love about this show Plus Zuko and Aang together just melts my heart I love how these two interact with each other This one is also set in the Fire Nation which we like about here I love the Fire Nation culture and getting to see of it Plus there is a big focus on what’s Mai’s life has been like after the war Ursa is also returning the Fire Nation and we get her reaction We also get a great plot twist I just like seeing the Fire Nation and how everything is not okay This is one thing that I think the graphic novels do well The fact that everything is not okay after a war Anyway I can’t wait to pick up the next one

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