looool. the first series with avatar wasnt all about aang, it was about everyone else too ... but like the other guys said, they had more episodes/time to deal with and help build a story for us (history of this world, etc)...
i'm pretty sure that if korra was meant to have 4 seasons instead of the initial 1 (but now 2), there'd be more story and development of her learning her powers and what not.. but this is also giving us a view of a different avatar, not aang, and how they grew up learning their powers and what not. i'm pretty sure all the other avatars got their powers all in different ways, this is just another perspective. you think that if they were to make a whole nother series, they'd do it the same as aang or korra? no... they'd probably have that character struggle with their powers differently as well. so yea, dont get so angry... it adds variety and excitement to the show.. and to the little kids, haha.
and i agree that it may have been nick pushing this series and what not.. so again.. dont get so angry.
why dont you guys just wait for the second season of this and we'll see what happens.
this is bullshit. nick asking for more episodes should affect those additional episodes, not the ones we've seen, i.e. the already planned first season. by the 12th episode of the original series, we had the comet, the spirit world, kyoshi warriors with sokka being humanized, aang finding the bones of his people, bumi, how zuko got his scar, etc etc etc
with this show, all we have is plot, and the plot isn't even that great. i don't think people want the same show again, they just want this one to be better. i agree with what bay said, they were clearly aiming in the right direction, but it never came together.
there's all these interesting themes of stuff like an avatar living in a world where no one needs her anymore and what if the equalists are right and how is korra gonna get over having to be spiritual to learn airbending: all this stuff is very finite and because of the show being set in one place and not really having a physical goal like defeating the fire lord, it suits a shorter season or even (as originally planned) a miniseries. and it still didn't feel right, and if the first series had never existed, everyone would be admitting this.
it's like, the dark knight can't be a piece of shit based on the promise that the dark knight rises is gonna be good. they have to stand on their own as individual films and ideas, with one just adding to the other, not the original depending on the sequel being good.