Avatar – The Last Airbender Complete Series on Bluray


12-year-old Aang is back with the long-awaited Blu-ray release of Avatar – The Last Airbender: The Complete Series.

Avatar The Last Airbender

This summer, every episode from this fan-favorite show will be available on Blu-ray with over 24-hours of element-bending fun! Fans of this classic will be able to relive the full three-season saga, as young Airbender Aang fulfills his destiny of being the long-lost Avatar! Join Katara and Sokka, siblings and members of the Water Tribe, as they help Aang master the four elements needed to become the Avatar – master of water, earth, fire and air!

Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution – Avatar – The Last Airbender: The Complete Series will be exclusively available on Blu-ray at Best Buy on May 1and available nationally on June 5, for the suggested retail price of $44.99.

Avatar – The Last Airbender: The Complete Series contains the following episodes:

Book One: Water

Book Two: Earth

Book Three: Fire


Avatar: The Last Airbender is set in a world—adjacent to a parallel spirit world—that is home to humans and hybrid animals. Human civilization is divided into four nations, named after the four classical elements: the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads. Each nation has a distinct society in which select people, known as “benders” (waterbenders, earthbenders, firebenders and airbenders), have the ability to telekinetically manipulate and control their nation’s element using martial arts.

Airbender Ang was the next incarnated Avatar, but at the age of 12 he learned of his fate and fled with his flying bison, Appa. They were forced into the ocean by a storm where he entered the Avatar State and encased himself and Appa in suspended animation. But, this only created more problems for each of the four element tribes because the Fire Nation declared war. Katara, a brave fourteen-year-old girl waterbender and his older scaredy-cat, immature, sarcastic brother Sokka of the Southern Water Tribe, find and revive Aang and Appa. And so the saga begins.

The series is full of mysticism, intrigue, devious ploys and unbelievable adventures. It shows that there is hope for a crumbling nation. Most of the characters are friendly and endearing, but just like in real life there are not so nice people and bad situations to deal with. The kids love this series.

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