Parents' Guide to

Avatar: Braving the Elements

By Mary Field, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Pod for avid Avatar fans analyzing plot themes & characters.

Podcast Entertainment Nickelodeon , iHeartPodcasts Average run time: 50 minutes
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This podcast is an absolute winner for hardcore fans within the world of Avatar. Those involved in creating Avatar: Braving the Elements seem to be enthusiasts themselves and continue bringing life to the history of the show. It's fun hearing the actual creators and actors from the show geek out over a show that's brought millions of people together over the past decade and a half. Hosts and guests mention many people's names and various other project titles related to the voice acting and ComicCon worlds. Guests brought on include the voice actors of Aang and Sokka, and the creative minds behind the show - Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. Episodes are exciting for those who love the tv series, but could be confusing for those new to the Avatar world. It's even more interesting when listened to while watching the tv series, especially with all the references and call backs. The amazing sound quality and fun editing, with clips of the tv show spliced in, are just icing on the cake.

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