"Oh, yes, there’s someone I’d like to introduce you to.
Let’s see… Ah, there he is! The Earl Phantomhive!”
Rich Kids ft. Remy Buxaplenty and Pacifica Northwest
The whole of The Legend of Korra, Book 4 will be released January 2015. IGN has confirmed that a Nickelodeon representative have given them this exclusive information. The whole of Book 4 will be released in January, meaning that end of the Korra series will take place in January 2015. Read more: http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/08/29/the-legend-of-korra-book-3-4-au-release-date-revealed?abthid=54000690df86422d6d000036
The last duo of Boys of Summer: the insanely talented and terrific Mike DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, the minds behind Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra. Art! Music! Travel! Adventure! And of course, squirrel suits. PLUS! A…
This was really fun to listen to. There wasn’t a whole lot of talk about Korra, though Bryan compared the process of making a show to running a marathon (fun, but he can’t think about running the next one while he’s in the middle of it) and complained once more about animators drawing Korra off-model. This was, however, recorded at Nick Studios right before doing ADR for Book 4.
Janet’s podcast focuses primarily on adolescent experiences, so we do get to learn things about these two that you might not know about otherwise. As a teenager, Mike was evidently the chill one, while Bryan was kind of the nerdy loner. I was charmed, however, to discover that Bryan is a major Anne of Green Gables fanboy (in the sense that during MASH, he can’t decide if he has a crush on Anne or wants to be Anne). He also thinks Jon Hamm is super hot. Both of them loved to draw Garfield.
More like a desert cobra.
Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn, at The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, Aug 25, 2014.