Long ago in 2005, the four nations reached Nickelodeon and lived on TV screens.
Then everything changed when Avatar: The Last Airbender it ended in 2008, leaving fans missing Aang, Katara, Sokka, Zuko, Toph, Appa, and Momo. But there is good news for Avatar fans as the team reunites for a special event.
An ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ throwback reunion takes place
What a way for ATLA fans to shout in the new year! Actress Dante Basco has announced that a virtual cast reunion is taking place on January 9, bringing together the voices behind some of the story ‘s favorite characters.
Basco, best known for welcoming Zuko in the original series and introducing General Iroh The legend of Korra, made sure to tag the whole gang in his Instagram post, including Aang.
The event is hosted by StageIt and Noveria Management and here are members of the scene to appear alongside Basco: Gray Griffin (Azula), Michaela Murphy (Toph), Jack De Sena (Sokka), Jennie Kwan (Suki), Olivia Hack (Ty Lee), and Cricket Leigh (Mai).
According to the event’s webpage, more names are expected to be announced so fans can keep their fingers crossed for appearances from Mae Whitman (Katara) and Zach Tyler Eisen (Aang) who can’t be heard.
Eisen was interviewed in June 2020 – his first after nearly 10 years – by World of Ted Jones and shared as a children’s voice actor, who didn’t always have the opportunity to work with him ATLA constellations in person. It would be very real for the audience if he decides to attend the reunion, as he usually avoids anniversary events for the series as well.
How to watch the reunion throw at ‘ATLA’
It all airs on January 9 at 3pm PST / 6pm EST. Fans should visit StageIt to get tickets for $ 10 each and to watch the live stream.
Products and selfies are available through Noveria containing printed images of ATLA characters, and video and audio recordings from the team.
Reunion news follows Netflix disappointment ‘ATLA’
In August 2020, Avatar: The Last Airbender Creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko shared their support from the Netflix live-action project. The series was first announced in 2018 and has been a stop in development ever since. Right now, there are rumors that he may be finding shelters.
Fans were looking forward to seeing the scene of DiMartino and Konietzko come to life with a Netflix change but accepted the result. The best way to keep up with stories in the past, present and future in the ATLA is a universe to take hold of the comic book series. Both co-creators keep things alive.
Nickelodeon’s animated versions of ATLA and The legend of Korra still streaming on Netflix, gathering in millions of new views and fans. To stay plugged in with the Avatar world, fans can follow DiMartino and Konietzko on Instagram.
Listen in on Jan. 9 for the cast reunion to see who’s showing; there may be some surprises.