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Flying Bark Productions to get new Sydney HQ and a Los Angeles studio

Ian Graham.

Flying Bark Productions is expanding its Sydney operations to 400 crew capacity and opening a studio in Los Angeles early next year.

To accommodate the growth, the animation producer owned by Germany’s Studio 100 is moving to new premises in Alexandria, due to be completed in mid-2020.

At present the operations in Sydney are spread between three buildings with a maximum capacity of 260.

Ian Graham, a 20-year animation veteran, will be chief creative director of the La studio, spearheading a development slate for original production with local and international talent and helping to supervise pre-production teams.

Graham’s CV includes storyboard artist, director, animator and producer at companies including Fox Animation, Nickelodeon Animation Studios and DreamWorks Animation.

He has worked on such titles as SpongeBob SquarePants, Family Guy and Invader Zim and directed the Nickelodeon series The Legend of Korra and Nick’s upcoming Glitch Techs.

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10 Things That Make No Sense About Avatar: The Last Airbender

With an upcoming Netflix live-action series that will serve as a retelling of the insanely popular Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender, longtime fans have found themselves rewatching some of their favorite episodes of Avatar and even The Legend of Korra in preparation.

Related: Avatar: The Last Airbender's 10 Best Fights From Season 2

We've been doing our fair share of rewatching as well, but the more episodes we've gotten through, the more we've been starting to realize that some things just don't make much sense, no matter how many times we press the rewind button, but maybe it's just us.
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Dark Horse Comics to Release Deluxe Hardcover Editions of Kohta Hirano’s Hellsing

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Originally published between 1997–2008, Kohta Hirano’s manga Hellsing is being collected in hardcover form by Dark Horse Comics, with the Deluxe Edition Volume 1 coming out on July 1st, 2020:

Press Release: Milwaukie, Ore. — The international sensation returns in deluxe hardcover editions, collecting Kohta Hirano’s manga masterpiece for the first time in its original 7x10 serialized format. Renowned for its action-packed approach to horror, Hellsing is gruesome fun turned up to eleven!

With supernatural horrors haunting the streets and preying upon humanity, the shadowy Hellsing Organization fights back against hell’s minions. And Hellsing has a secret weapon in their arsenal: the vampire lord Alucard, whose terrifying powers are needed more than ever as an army of the undead marches on London beneath the banner of the swastika!

Hellsing Deluxe Edition Volume 1 goes on sale July 1, 2020, and is available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop.
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Avatar: The Last Airbender to be collected in 15th Anniversary Steelbook Edition in Feb.

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New York – November 20, 2019 – Nickelodeon’s critically-acclaimed, Emmy® award-winning series receives the SteelBook® treatment as Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Complete Series Blu-ray 15th Anniversary Limited Edition Steelbook Collection arrives on February 18, 2020. The 3-book collection features stunning new artwork by artist Caleb Thomas, with each book featuring a different element and the covers combining to form a beautiful triptych. Thomas was handpicked to design the collection’s covers after series co-creator Bryan Konietzko became a fan of Thomas’ art style on social media. The collection’s production run will be limited to 20,000 units.

Created by Konietzko and Michael Dante Dimartino, Avatar: The Last Airbender aired on Nickelodeon from February 2005 through July 2008, garnering both critical and audience acclaim while also winning Annie®, Genesis®, Primetime Emmy®, and Peabody® awards. The series features an iconic blend of anime and traditional animation, alongside a talented voice cast including Zach Tyler Eisen, Mae Whitman, Jack DeSena,
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Legend of Korra Characters Sorted Into Hogwarts Houses

The Avatar: The Last Airbender series was extremely popular with fans because of its great worldbuilding, interesting characters, and diverse storytelling. The world continues on with The Legend of Korra series, and there are still many fans of these two series and their characters. The characters from The Legend of Korra are all unique people with different personalities. As such, it’s interesting to think about their differences and which Hogwarts house they would belong in.

Related: Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Lin Beifong In The Legend of Korra

Here are the main characters from The Legend of Korra sorted into Hogwarts houses.
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Mantic Games Teams Up with Dark Horse Comics and Mike Mignola for Limited Edition Krampus Miniature for Hellboy: The Board Game

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Even though the Halloween season is still right behind us, it's already time to look ahead to the winter holidays, and after releasing their Ho! Ho! Hellboy piece last year, Mantic Games is once again teaming up with Dark Horse Comics and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola for a limited edition Hellboy: The Board Game miniature, this time based on Krampus.

Press Release: Milwaukie, Ore. — Mantic Games is pleased to announce it will be releasing a special, limited edition Hellboy: The Board Game miniature, inspired by the fiendish Krampus! Following the success of the fantastic Christmas-themed Ho! Ho! Hellboy last year, Mantic is working with Dark Horse Comics and visionary creator Mike Mignola again to give your holiday season the creeps.

This limited-edition celebratory piece will be available to pre-order from November 1st from participating Mantic stockists and direct from Mantic Games at After being designed by a digital sculptor,
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Legend of Korra: 5 Reasons Why Zaheer is the Best Villain (and 5 Why It's Kuvira)

Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra continues the fantasy tale launched in Avatar: The Last Airbender, but with some twists. It is 70 years later, and Avatar Korra faces not one foe, but several! Where Aang only contended with the Fire Nation and Fire Lord Ozai, Korra meets a new villain in every season of The Legend of Korra. First, she battles the anti-bender revolutionary Amon, then the spirit-loving madman Unalaq (hosting Vaatu).

Related: 15 Things You Didn't Know About Legend of Korra

Seasons 3 and 4 bring us some of the best villains in the entire franchise. In season 3, Korra faces off against the anarchist terrorist Zaheer, and three years later in season 4, the militant visionary Kuvira has risen to power. Both Zaheer and Kuvira are fascinating villains, but there are some ways that Zaheer is truly the best, and some why Kuvira is the ultimate villain.
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Avatar: 10 Crazy Bender Fan Theories That Were Actually Confirmed

Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra were both wildly popular series, and thus they inspired more than a little bit of chatter amongst fans. Naturally, this meant that plenty of fan theories popped up all over the internet. Some of these theories revolved around characters or plot. But other theories focused on bending itself, and that's hardly a surprise. The bending system within Avatar is shockingly well thought out, including a different style of martial arts for each bending type.

Related: Avatar: The Last Airbender: 10 Crazy Techniques Aang Has That Are Kept Hidden

What is surprising is just how spot-on many of the fan theories out there ended up being. The fans of the series should feel proud of that. Here are ten of the bending focused theories that the fans got right.
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Avatar: The Last Airbender: 10 Crazy Techniques Aang Has That Are Kept Hidden

Avatar: The Last Airbender introduced us to Aang, the titular Avatar, a boy gifted with the ability to bend all four elements. He rose from a 100-year slumber inside an iceberg and freed the world from the clutches of the tyranny of the Fire Nation and its villainous ruler, Ozai. In less than a year, he accomplished more than most Avatars did in their entire lives. Aang, as the series makes clear at every possible moment, is very powerful and is able to master numerous techniques.

But what about the less obvious abilities, the ones not made clear from the onset or not addressed altogether by the show? Thanks to the comics and The Legend of Korra, the abilities of the Avatar have become clearer, not to mention the little moments where the show peeled back the curtain and revealed pieces of Aang’s mostly untapped arsenal.

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Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Lin Beifong In The Legend of Korra

Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra continued the fantasy story of Avatar: the Last Airbender, and this time, the world has moved forward 70 years. Avatar Aang is gone, replaced with the hot-headed Avatar Korra, along with her friends Mako, Bolin, and Asami to form the new Team Avatar.

Related: Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Azula

But Korra has other friends and allies too, from her air bender teacher Tenzin (son of Avatar Aang) to Lin Beifong, one of Toph Beifong's two daughters. At first, Lin and Korra really butt heads, but they learn to get along and fight the forces of evil together. What are ten things to know about the new chief of police and master metal bender Lin Beifong?
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Avatar: 10 Things You Should Know About Tenzin In The Legend of Korra

Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra introduced viewers to a new generation of Team Avatar in this beloved franchise, starring the hot-headed but brave Korra, the pro bender brothers Mako and Bolin, and the inventive and kind Asami Sato. And like Avatar Aang before her, Korra learned to bend the elements from many masters, and none of them feature as prominently as Tenzin, son of Avatar Aang.

Related: Legend of Korra Season 4 Final Recap

The air bender master Tenzin stands at an interesting point in the franchise. He's the head of a new generation of air benders, leading the way to rebuild the Air Nomads. At the same time, he's a councilor of Republic City in season 1, and he must teach Korra how to bend air and embrace her spiritual side. And don't forget that he's a family man! All of this makes Tenzin quite the character. Here's the top 10 facts about him.
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Avatar: 10 Crazy Aang Fan Theories That Were Actually Confirmed

Avatar: The Last Airbender may be over, but that hasn't stopped fans from coming up with theories left and right. Thankfully, with all of the extra materials coming out (the graphic novels as well as The Legend of Korra), fans have gotten a chance to learn the accuracy of some of their theories. Understandably, some of these fan theories ended up being nothing but wishful thinking. But other fan theories? They were spot on. And you know how satisfying that feeling is – being able to guess events for your favorite series. There's no feeling better in the world. So with that feeling in mind, we bring you ten fan theories focused on the young Aang that actually turned out to be true.

Related: Avatar: 10 Crazy Toph Fan Theories That Were Actually Confirmed
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Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Bolin in Legend of Korra

Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra continued the tale started in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and audiences met the new Team Avatar in a more modern setting. Now, the headstrong avatar Korra goes on adventures against evil spirits and anarchist terrorists with her friends: the inventive Asami, the cool-headed and fire bending Mako, and the loveable earth bender, Bolin.

Related: Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Azula

The brothers Mako and Bolin are tragic figures, since they lost their parents as kids, but  this doesn't keep them down. These bender brothers fight on in the arena and later fight for their friends and even the entire world. They don't back down from a fight, and while Bolin may feel like he lives on Mako's shoulders, this earth bender boy is a fascinating character in his own right. To know him is to love him!
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Avatar: 10 Official Concept Art Pictures Of The Legend Of Korra You Have To See

Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra is a continuation of the pan-Asian inspired Avatar: The Last Airbender, featuring a whole new cast of (older) characters and a turn-of-the-century steampunk style to compliment the franchise's fantasy elements. The show features all sorts of stunning new locations, from the New York City-inspired Republic City to a new air temple to new vistas of the Spirit World and the all-metal city of Zaofu.

Related: The Legend of Korra Sequel Finally Gives Fans That Lgbt Moment

But characters and settings like these don't come out of nowhere. A legion of artists, graphic designers, sketchers, and more work together to fully realize a rich fantasy world like this one, and their real-world inspirations are many. And some of the early concept art can act as a great core sample of The Legend of Korra's many storytelling layers.
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Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Fire Bending

The world of Avatar: the Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra has its own magic system known as "bending," and this Asian-inspired setting features the four Greek elements: fire, water, earth, and wind. Among these four, fire bending is the most aggressive and arguably the most flashy, and the lore largely uses fire benders as villains. But just as fire is mistaken for a simple destruction art, some benders of fire prove themselves deeper and more human than they first seem.

Related: The Legend of Korra: the 10 Best Fights, Ranked

But what does it really mean to be a fire bender? The practitioners of this art embrace their passion and vitality of life, and fire bending is not the wicked art some in-universe people may take it for. In many ways, fire is what helps shape the world into something better.
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Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Earth Bending

The world of Avatar: the Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra has its own magic system, known as bending. The four classic Greek elements of fire, water, wind, and earth can be harnessed with bending, and save the Avatar, a bender can wield only one element. The Earth Kingdom, the world's largest landmass, is home of most of the world's earth benders, and se of their earth bending powers are truly earthshaking.

Related: Avatar: The Last Airbender: 10 Life Lessons That Are Still Relevant Today

The earth is solid, ancient, and unyielding, and earth benders have long since incorporated this philosophy into their bending art. These benders, unlike fleet-footed air benders or aggressive fire benders, use a low center of gravity and simple movements to move huge amounts of stone and soil for construction, defense, or even attack. But there is more to the earth than the ground under one's feet.
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Avatar: 10 Things Every Fan Should Know About Water Bending

The world of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra features the classic four Greek elements in a pan-Asian setting: fire, water, earth, and wind. Benders are people who can wield an element and control it at will, and the water benders in particular hail from the north and south poles of the Avatar world. There, water benders have all the ice and water they could ever need to bend, and they have innovated all sorts of creative ways to bend water.

Related: Avatar: 10 Official Concept Art Pictures of The Last Airbender You Have To See

The water benders are a creative people, too, and benders of the Water Tribe have explored all the natural and philosophical depths of this element. What can water bending do?
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Avatar: 10 Hidden Details About The Main Characters In The Legend Of Korra Everyone Missed

When The Last Airbender was first released, nobody really knew what to expect. Some were skeptical about an "American anime" cartoon, while others thought the time had finally come. The show was a huge success, and the popularity of Aang and Team Avatar prompted a whole new series to continue telling stories in the Avatar's world.

Related: 10 Legend Of Korra And Last Airbender Characters Powerful Enough To Take On The Avatar (And 10 Way Too Weak)

The Legend of Korra had a legacy to continue, one that included memorable characters and thrilling adventures. We were so busy watching their exploits that we missed some of the finer details about their characters. Some of these secrets are merely interesting, while others are plot points for whole other stories or crucial to The Legend of Korra as a whole. Here are 10 details about the main characters in The Legend of Korra that you probably missed.
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Dante Basco To Make Directorial Debut With ‘The Fabulous Filipino Brothers’

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Dante Basco To Make Directorial Debut With ‘The Fabulous Filipino Brothers’
Exclusive: Best known for his role as Rufio in Steven Spielberg’s classic Peter Pan feature Hook and his as Prince Zuko in Avatar: The Last Airbender, Dante Basco is stepping behind the camera and will make his directorial debut in The Fabulous Filipino Brothers.

Written by Basco and his brothers Darion Basco and Dionysio Basco, the feature is set in the brothers’ hometown of Pittsburg, Calif., a working class suburb of Oakland. Starring Basco and his brothers (including Derek Basco), the dark romantic comedy weaves together four vignettes, narrated by their sister, Arianna Basco. The story follows the brothers and their shenanigans. One of them ventures off to a cockfight for reciprocity while one flies to old Manila where an old flame is rekindled. Another brother delves into the hidden sensuality of Filipino cuisine, while the last brother, struggles to heal deep wounds and finds love in an unexpected package.
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The Legend Of Korra: 10 Best Episodes, According to IMDb

Avatar: The Last Airbender was a tough act to follow. But, creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante Dimartino successfully expanded the world of Avatar with The Legend of Korra, a show set seventy years after the original that follows the adventures of Aang's successor, a waterbender named Korra, and her own Team Avatar.

Related: 10 Worst Episodes Of Avatar: The Last Airbender According To IMDBThe Legend of Korra received positive reviews and became a fan-favorite similarly to its predecessor. Over the course of four seasons, the show has dealt with important issues like race, gender, and sexual orientation. A number of episodes were especially praised for their writing, themes, and animation. Today, we're counting down the ten best episodes of The Legend of Korra, according to IMDb.
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