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Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael Dante
DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko bring The Promise to its explosive
conclusion!
The Harmony Restoration Movement has failed, and the
four nations are plunged back into war! In the midst of the battle, can
Aang and Fire Lord Zuko mend the rift between them, or will Aang be
forced to take actions that can't be undone?
Written by Eisner
winner and National Book Award nominee Gene Luen Yang (American Born
Chinese
) and drawn by Gurihiru(Thor and the Warriors Four),
this is the adventure Avatar fans have been craving!

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Reviews for Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Promise, Part 3:

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Jul 13, 2017

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4.75/5stars

Yes! What an awesome finale.
I loved Zuko's everlasting battle with evil within.
I love Sokka's...I just really love Sokka.
I love how Aang loves who he is and where he came from. I love his philosophy.
I love Katara, because she keeps everybody in check, and because she's a waterbender (and so I am according to a quiz I took).
I love Toph because she's badass to the core.

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4.75/5stars

Yes! What an awesome finale.
I loved Zuko's everlasting battle with evil within.
I love Sokka's...I just really love Sokka.
I love how Aang loves who he is and where he came from. I love his philosophy.
I love Katara, because she keeps everybody in check, and because she's a waterbender (and so I am according to a quiz I took).
I love Toph because she's badass to the core.

A wonderful addition to the Avatar series. Full of humor and heartfelt truths.

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5

March 1, 2019

This ebook is very good I like the details and the color and the design of the ebook it's easy to read and lots of fun I am glad that I bought it I'm enjoying it very much it's going to be in my collection for a long time
5

May 27, 2014

These comics are a great sequel to the series, its book 4 if there ever was one, and I do believe they should animate these. but Michael and Bryan have become complete idiots with there korra bullshit. Great comics if you've seen the series and like it, which if you don't there's something wrong wi...Full Review
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Apr 23, 2017

I was rewatching one of my favorite episodes of Book 3 today (The one where the team goes and watches the play represntations of their journey) and it hit me, I still haven't read the continuation
And decided to do so after finishing Shadow and Bone.
And maaaaaaannnn, I'm so glad I did.
It takes place RIGHT AFTER the 100 year war. After Aang defeated the Fire Lord, Ozai, by taking away his bending
They seem to think they have found peace and propose a harmony movement, eradicating the fire nation I was rewatching one of my favorite episodes of Book 3 today (The one where the team goes and watches the play represntations of their journey) and it hit me, I still haven't read the continuation
And decided to do so after finishing Shadow and Bone.
And maaaaaaannnn, I'm so glad I did.
It takes place RIGHT AFTER the 100 year war. After Aang defeated the Fire Lord, Ozai, by taking away his bending
They seem to think they have found peace and propose a harmony movement, eradicating the fire nation colonies. But things happen and Zuko decides to not follow this movement and nor do the people of the colonies. Zuko makes Aang promise something which makes this dispute even harder. Aang and Zuko, both, have different POV on this matter which further turns into a war.

Seeing these characters back made me SO SO SO SO happy. I may watch them almost everyday but I missed them. Seeing Zuko back as the firelord, Toph with her metalbending school, and Katara and Aang in a relationship was just the best. Sokka was still funny and the new characters were HILARIOUS as well. I found myself clenching onto my blanket as I read a few parts and then laughing and snorting as Sokka made his "stupid" jokes.
I am someone who enjoys reading and watching fictional political confusion (Hence why The Legend of Korra is so great).
This comic series explain how "Republic Nation", which we see in Korra, came to and I feel this sense of wholesomeness.
I just LOVE anything related to Avatar and seeing the stuff that took place between the timeline of 2 of my Top 10 shows of all time just made me super duper happy.
Anyone who is a fan of the avatar series should pick this up. I promise you, you won't be dissappointed.
Off to the next series. (The Search) ...more
5

Nov 22, 2017


Such a satisfying ending to this "chapter". The artwork is just as great as the television series and the comical moments from Sokka are just as funny. Nothing is lost in translation and I can't wait to continue.
5

December 16, 2013

These comics are a great sequel to the series, its book 4 if there ever was one, and I do believe they should animate these. but Michael and Bryan have become complete idiots with there korra bullshit. Great comics if you've seen the series and like it, which if you don't there's something wrong with you.
5

Dec 25, 2019

I’ve always loved the series and it translates very well into the comics. Avatar has always tried to deal with more complex sociopolitical and moral issues so exploring decolonisation and cultural appropriation is very ‘on brand’ let’s say, certainly true to the original series (the comics are all canon ofc). Listening to every side of the argument and finding the most reasonable and peaceful (endgame) solution is a consistent theme. Loved it and annoyed I left the next couple comics at home I’ve always loved the series and it translates very well into the comics. Avatar has always tried to deal with more complex sociopolitical and moral issues so exploring decolonisation and cultural appropriation is very ‘on brand’ let’s say, certainly true to the original series (the comics are all canon ofc). Listening to every side of the argument and finding the most reasonable and peaceful (endgame) solution is a consistent theme. Loved it and annoyed I left the next couple comics at home lol. I’ve also just always loved Zuko oops ...more
5

Jan 31, 2019

Awesome!

I never really gave much though to the fire nation colonies in the earth kingdom when I watched the show. But it was really interesting to read about how people from the fire nation had made a home in Yu Dao.

This comics are for children, yet they deal with such complex politics too. This show, the writers and the comics continue to amase me with the themes they decide to throw into ATLA.
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Oct 11, 2014

Yep, that was good. Maybe really good. I particularly like the way you can see events here starting to lay foundation for the world you see in Legend of Korra, with the mixed cultures and metal bending, etc. Definitely checking out The Search and The Rift.
5

Nov 21, 2018

"Asking you to end me if I went bad... that was like asking you to figure out right and wrong for me. I didn't just want you as my safety net. I wanted you as my escape hatch. I can't put that on you. I understand now."

What a satisfying end.

I must admit, Aang got on my nerves a lot, but, thankfully, he took the right decision at the end. I mean, I get why he was like he was, I don't hold it against him, but it frustrated me a lot.

It starts pretty intense and continues likewise for the "Asking you to end me if I went bad... that was like asking you to figure out right and wrong for me. I didn't just want you as my safety net. I wanted you as my escape hatch. I can't put that on you. I understand now."

What a satisfying end.

I must admit, Aang got on my nerves a lot, but, thankfully, he took the right decision at the end. I mean, I get why he was like he was, I don't hold it against him, but it frustrated me a lot.

It starts pretty intense and continues likewise for the rest of the comic. Of course, we had some comic relief in various forms, which is sorely needed sometimes.

I like how it treats some serious issues in a very straightforward way. It gives the characters a sense of reality and made me feel like they were real. They reacted to the situation in much their own fashion and stayed true to who they are, which doesn't mean they can't grow and evolve as human beings.

Katara and Zuko gave me life in this. I empathized the most with them, I loved their point of views. I honestly could read anything focused solely in Zuko, if you haven't noticed he is my favorite character, it doesn't matter what it is.

Also, the art is freaking pretty. Exactly the kind of art that I love the most. Detailed, realistic enough but still caricature-like enough to not be real.

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Apr 07, 2018

4.5 stars!

Loved it! I love so many scenes and moments here, especially Aang telling off Roku and saying that it's a new world and you can't enforce old world rules, I love the complexity of everyone's characters, I love the humor (these kids have the best one-liners), I love Aang addressing his air nomad heritage & talking about cultural appropriation, and of course, I am vey excited to read the next comic, the search for Zuko's mother (with the help of Azula *gasp*)!

All in all, I've enjoyed 4.5 stars!

Loved it! I love so many scenes and moments here, especially Aang telling off Roku and saying that it's a new world and you can't enforce old world rules, I love the complexity of everyone's characters, I love the humor (these kids have the best one-liners), I love Aang addressing his air nomad heritage & talking about cultural appropriation, and of course, I am vey excited to read the next comic, the search for Zuko's mother (with the help of Azula *gasp*)!

All in all, I've enjoyed Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Promise, Part 1-3 just as much as the original animated series. If you love ATLA, don't miss on these comics! ...more
5

Jun 11, 2017

[[5 STARS]]

everything worked out. can't wait to start THE SEARCH and see what happens next. Also AZULA!!! i've missed her.
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Jan 23, 2016

3.5/5 stars.
This was good! Things were resolved but it wasn't as good as the first two. I still really enjoy these comics though, I love these characters so much :')
4

Sep 22, 2017

another 4,5 stars for the conclusion to this first trilogy :) I really enjoyed this story, definitely looking forward to the second one... and based on the little glimpse at the end of this one... I am gonna enjoy it even more... :)

XOXO

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Dec 20, 2016

Second Read:
Reading this again, I really felt the struggle within Zuko, Aang and the Eath King to do the right thing. Unfortunately, knowing what the right thing to do is the issue throughout the 3 parts of this story line. It felt good to see the character development and see the slow process of this world. Its the dawn of a new age for the four nations and I'm excited to read on and see how this movement comes to fruition.

First Read:
Nations at war again. This doesn't look good for Avatar Second Read:
Reading this again, I really felt the struggle within Zuko, Aang and the Eath King to do the right thing. Unfortunately, knowing what the right thing to do is the issue throughout the 3 parts of this story line. It felt good to see the character development and see the slow process of this world. Its the dawn of a new age for the four nations and I'm excited to read on and see how this movement comes to fruition.

First Read:
Nations at war again. This doesn't look good for Avatar Aang. Will he be able to keep the peace and not fulfill his deadly promise to Fire Lord Zuko? If you know Aang, he always figures out whats right in the nick of time. There are a lot of characters from the TV series that return in this comic and it's really cool to see them and how they act in this format. The story flowed well and the illustrations are just so good!! I liked that at the end of the comic, they hinted at what the next series is going to be about!! Overall, a well done comic that finished off the series nicely and makes us curious as to what's in store for our heroes in the next one! ...more
5

Jun 10, 2019

Great conclusion to The Promise!

I really enjoyed this continuation of the Avatar series, and I think this was a great conclusion. I'm really hopeful that I'll be able to read The Search soon.
5

Jul 02, 2019

i definitely think that out of the three in the promise, this is definitely the best one because we see the internal struggle between all of the characters with such depth!!
5

Jan 30, 2018

I'd have liked a little more detail at the end..but that's okay, because whoever is writing these graphic novels is doing a fucking good job! Loving it through and through! :D
4

Feb 03, 2019

Great conclusion to this arc. LOVE the ending and LOVE that I can be back in this world again.
3

Oct 14, 2012

I have no idea where to even start. I will say that it's good I'm not doing a video review for this because I would start rambling and never stop.

I know a lot of people haven't been too thrilled with The Promise from the beginning, and this (the last one of this storyline/arc/whatever) just made everyone hate it more I think. I wasn't very happy with it either. I appreciate what their trying to do with this story, but I don't think they pulled it off very well. The idea of exploring the "new" I have no idea where to even start. I will say that it's good I'm not doing a video review for this because I would start rambling and never stop.

I know a lot of people haven't been too thrilled with The Promise from the beginning, and this (the last one of this storyline/arc/whatever) just made everyone hate it more I think. I wasn't very happy with it either. I appreciate what their trying to do with this story, but I don't think they pulled it off very well. The idea of exploring the "new" world after the war (and the founding of Republic City) and how the different cultures are now coming together is very intriguing, and it's a storyline that I'm really interested it. I just don't really like how they're going about it in here. There's not even specific things I can pinpoint in this one (I think I did that in my review of part two though), but it's just not that great.

Now, onto spoilery things.

Let's start off with the thing that upset me more than anything else. They have this huge scene with Mai breaking up with Zuko at the end of part two, and now she's not even in part three!? You can't do that to me. If you watch my review of part two, you see me freak out over that, and then there's no resolution in part three. Mai's not even mentioned. I know there are other things going on, but seriously? Then, there's another hint of something between Suki and Zuko (which I mentioned before too) which causes even Sokka to get this weird look when Suki starts talking about Zuko being "lonely." If they go any farther than that in The Search (the next storyline they're doing) then I may just give up on these comics. I can't read that. First they break up Maiko, and then they make stuff happen between Suki and Zuko? No. (And I'm saying that as a Tokka shipper.)

I did appreciate them reuniting Suki with Sokka and Toph though because, as awesome as Sokka and Toph together was, it did make me think about the finale. It was cute. At one point Suki says, "It's dark down here," or something like that, just like Sokka did during Day of Black Sun to which Sokka shushes her because "Toph's sensitive to those kinds of things" (paraphrased), and I'm not sure whether I thought that was funny or just random. Actually, that basically sums up a lot of my feelings about the comic.

I just don't even know how I feel about this comic. It's definitely not incredibly positive, but I still manage to find a few things that make me like it a bit. I'm going to read The Search, but I'm not incredibly excited for it, and that's saying something considering I've been waiting who know's how long to find out about Zuko's search for Ursa.

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5

Jul 18, 2015



Review for all three parts under the cut.
(view spoiler)[YOOOOOO.

Each one of these parts read exactly like an episode of Avatar and I LOVED IT!

Part one: Oh goddamn. I didn’t even know removing occupations and cultural identity issues would be a thing! It MAKES SENSE THOUGH I just didn’t even think of it! ZUKO THOUGH. ZUKO BBY WHY ARE YOU GOING TO YOUR FATHER. THAT IS THE WORST THING IN THE WORLD TO DO. But really though I’m just so impressed that it’s exploring the mixing of the four nations and

Review for all three parts under the cut.
(view spoiler)[YOOOOOO.

Each one of these parts read exactly like an episode of Avatar and I LOVED IT!

Part one: Oh goddamn. I didn’t even know removing occupations and cultural identity issues would be a thing! It MAKES SENSE THOUGH I just didn’t even think of it! ZUKO THOUGH. ZUKO BBY WHY ARE YOU GOING TO YOUR FATHER. THAT IS THE WORST THING IN THE WORLD TO DO. But really though I’m just so impressed that it’s exploring the mixing of the four nations and that there’s no way everything - and everyONE - are strictly one nation or another. Identities don’t work like that! THIS IS SUCH A GOOD STORY OH MY GOD.

Part two: It was good! But not as good as the other two. Toph and Sokka’s part seemed rather unimportant to me and just was there as comic relief, which works fine in anime-format but in a book, it just felt awkward and unnecessary. AND THE OTHER BITS WERE JUST HARD TO READ. I mean don’t get me wrong - the complications and emotions and strife involved are brilliantly complex and amazingly gotten across and is just SO GREAT and fits right in with the rest of the series. But these two feelings combined made this part my least favorite.

Part three: MY FAVORITE OF ALL THE THREE. Holy shit what a good message for cultural acceptance and individuality and identity and a DIRECT no-no towards cultural appropriation. SO GREAT. And it all resolved (relatively) smoothly and laid out the story for the next comic and just AAHHH. DAMNIT THOUGH ZUKO WHY OH WHY ARE YOU TALKING TO AZULA. DID YOU NOT LEARN AFTER TALKING TO YOUR FATHER? YOU ARE GOING TO THE WORLD’S WORST PEOPLE FOR HELP AND ADVICE.

Overall COMPLETELY AMAZING AND FANTASTIC, and PERFECTLY FITS IN WITH THE MOOD AND AURA OF THE TV SHOW. Do you know how hard it is to translate a show into a comic, and the same for the reverse? PRETTY HARD. BUT I SEE IT DONE PERFECTLY WITH ANIME ALL THE TIME. AND THIS IS NO EXCEPTION. HOLY SHIT SO GOOD. COMIC TWO HERE I COME. (And that much closer to KORRAAAAAA) (hide spoiler)] ...more
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Jan 31, 2013

The exciting conclusion to the "promise" graphic novel trilogy really makes good on its promise! Back in the beginning of this story arc, newly crowned Fire Lord Zuko made Aang promise he would "end him" if he lost touch with the good and started becoming his terrible father, but in consulting with his disgraced, imprisoned dad, he started to get confused about the sacrifices a Fire Lord needs to make and what constitutes the right stand for a leader to be making when faced with war. Now he The exciting conclusion to the "promise" graphic novel trilogy really makes good on its promise! Back in the beginning of this story arc, newly crowned Fire Lord Zuko made Aang promise he would "end him" if he lost touch with the good and started becoming his terrible father, but in consulting with his disgraced, imprisoned dad, he started to get confused about the sacrifices a Fire Lord needs to make and what constitutes the right stand for a leader to be making when faced with war. Now he continues to struggle with that as the Earth King refuses to grant Yu Dao residents the right to stay on land that has become their home. And Aang, as the Avatar, is torn; he sees both sides (all sides, as he's used to), and begins to acknowledge that the past's way of doing things isn't right for the future anymore--even though he loves the ways of his people that have now become history.

The graphic novel has a ton of powerful moments and messages. I love how they deal directly with mixing of the nations--how Aang sees that the Yu Dao residents have intermingled between Earth Kingdom and Fire Nation to form families that matter just as much as their respective homelands' loyalty does, and how terrible it is to watch friends fight former comrades. And I really liked Aang's take on the cultural appropriation brought on by his Avatar fan club--people who got tattoos that were sacred to his people without meeting the conditions his culture set down for deserving them. I liked that they listened to him and that they found common ground to make these folks useful and fulfilled serving something they admire without stealing it or corrupting it. And I loved that the Earth King got a bit of a wake-up call when he went down into the battle where it was dangerous and saw the actual people his decisions would affect.

Great ending to a great arc. ...more
5

Dec 14, 2016

Wow. I knew the Avatar Series was good - I know every episode by heart - but this was beyond my expectations. In such a short, children's book they discuss subjects such as colonisation, culture approach and making your own choices. It educates as much as it entertains. Aang will forever be a role model for me, but the path which Zuko struggled with is a reminder that we make bad choices, but that does not mean that we can not make good ones too. I see Katara, and see not only a brilliant Wow. I knew the Avatar Series was good - I know every episode by heart - but this was beyond my expectations. In such a short, children's book they discuss subjects such as colonisation, culture approach and making your own choices. It educates as much as it entertains. Aang will forever be a role model for me, but the path which Zuko struggled with is a reminder that we make bad choices, but that does not mean that we can not make good ones too. I see Katara, and see not only a brilliant waterbender but also a moody teenager. Reading fantasy fiction can sometimes prove to be too much of a fantasy, since the characters are way too perfect and not realistic. I have no common ground with them. But with these guys: Aang, Zuko and Katara to only mention a few, I find myself relating to! As Aang say, and I quote: "It's a flaw, I know, but it's one I've decided to accept. For this life, at least." Aang accept that he is flawed, as any living person is today. But does these flaws make us bad persons? Absolutely not! ...more
5

Jun 13, 2012

This was by far the best of the three. The comedy was right, the characters were right. It was just good. The only issue is that it did not take us all the way to Captial City. I know there is another series comming out now, so i hope it takes up to then.

This was really good, i just wish it had taken us up to present in the Avatar world. I can only assume i will be spending more money in the future. Part of a Master Plan? I believe so.
4

Dec 29, 2014

You cannot really separate the four nations, because in the end, everyone is the same. Everyone is part of a whole.

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