Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Complete Series

Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Complete Series

By Avatar: The Last Airbender

  • Genre: Avatar: The Last Airbender
  • Release Date: 2013-05-28
  • Advisory Rating: TV-Y7
  • Runtime: 1h 36min
  • Director: Avatar: The Last Airbender 128360253
  • iTunes Price: USD 49.99

Description

Water, Earth, Fire, Air. Four nations. One war-torn world. Go back to the beginning and relive the epic saga of Avatar: The Last Airbender – the animated series that became a global phenomenon – with this complete collection, including all three books: Water, Earth, and Fire. After being frozen in an iceberg for 100 years, Avatar Aang, a reluctant hero, must rise to his responsibility and fight against the evil Fire Nation to restore balance in his war-torn world. Along with his friends Katara and Sokka, the sister and brother from the Southern Water Tribe who discovered him, and Master Earthbender Toph, Aang must embark on a journey to master all four elements in order to save the world from the Fire Nation, which aims to destroy all other nation once and for all. But the Fire Nation has been awaiting the Avatar’s return … especially Prince Zuko, a young Firebender whose mission in life is to capture the Avatar, dead or alive. Hop aboard Appa, the Avatar’s flying bison, and travel to Air Temples, Water Tribes, and the Earth Kingdom as Aang reunites with past Avatars and old friends, and faces the Fire Nation. From the battle at Ba Sing Se to the final showdown, your destiny awaits as you experience all the powerful bending that’ll blow you away!

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Reviews

  • Awesome

    5
    By Poot;o)
    I’m reading the reviews and it seems that they have fixed the problem with the episodes. It all played perfectly. And brought back some old childhood memories. 😁
  • Best show ever

    5
    By XilentGaming
    What can I say? There’s nothing wrong with a good show about people bending the elements. And I love the romance in the show as well. Avatar the last Airbender gives a little bit of everything to the watcher
  • Buy or not to buy???

    1
    By marlonthepannnnnnnda
    Does anyone know if the episodes that were cut off where ever fixed ? I like the price $29.99 for the complete series but I don’t wanna buy it if it’s missing pieces of episodes. Please let me know. I loved the series as a child and would to add it to my digital collection, but I don’t know anywhere else but iTunes that has the complete series for this price.
  • Buy the SD version

    5
    By The Hapa
    The animation doesn’t benefit too much from resolutions higher than 720p, but at the SD (420p I think) version looks great. Maybe if they remaster the image quality will necessitate higher res, but the story and characters are what I’m all about (!) Gripes: The episode thumbnails show images that aren’t always from that episode which actually messes me up. The product itself gets 4/5 stars, but the show gets quadrillion/5
  • Classic series

    5
    By Rick Rocker Music
    One of the best, if not the best series I’ve ever seen.
  • Love the show and love having it on digital download.

    2
    By ElBarto247
    First let me say I love the show and very happy to have all the episodes available on iTunes download. Yes all the episodes are included none are missing. Problem with the show however is how they titled the episodes on iTunes. They made it confusing when looking for a specific episode. For example Season 2 episode 12 “The Serpent’s Pass” & episode 13 “The Drill” are combined into one episode and they changed the name to “The Secret of the Fire nation” (episode 32). However their is no way of knowing this by just looking at the title. Why did they change the name? They could have just added both names to the title like they did with “The Guru/The Crossroad of Destiny“ (episode 38). In addition the final episodes “Sozin’s Comet Part 1” is titled just Part 1 even though it includes part 1,2,3 & 4. This really Makes no sense since the titles are inconsistent throughout the entire series on iTunes. Some episodes are not combined that are listed as Part 1 and Part 2 (example episodes 1 and 2). other titles are combined but “not” included in the title (example episode 32). If that wasn’t confusing enough they also combine some episodes and do included both names in the titles (example 38). Very incoherent titling at best and should be updated to included the names of all episodes that are combined without coming up with new names for episodes they spliced together. With that said I would suggest buying the show if you are a fan as I am. The quality of the show is great and can’t wait to share with my son as he gets older. But for goodness sake update the names of the episodes so they make sense.
  • Love this show

    5
    By KarizzaFan
    Worth the price. Love this show so much. Now I can watch on demand.
  • Love this!

    5
    By Sila2e2po
    My kids and I have watched the series from start to finish maybe 10 times now. We absolutely love this series and wish they made season 4 to close out the cliffhanger of Zuko’s mom and what happened next. Love the storyline and everything about it.
  • Not complete series

    1
    By Techy215
    Only 54 there’s 61 total
  • The Best Show Ever Made

    5
    By Plandefeld
    First started watching this show when I was six and fondly remember watching the series finale with my family in our living room. Over a decade later and I still find myself returning to the show periodically, and its quality is not the same as it first impressed on me; it's even better. Avatar is not only one of if not the single greatest work of televison programming, but a testamanet to the undying grandeur of classic mythology and battles between light and dark. The show is entertaining, masterfully animated, never lacking in heart, and so exquisitely well written that it has driven me to tears in absolute awe of its beauty more than once. I cannot praise this show enough to do its quality justice; it is a genuine masterpiece.

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