Are The Avatar Comics Canon?

The Last Airbender comics

All but two of these (Gym Time and New Recruits) are considered canon.

This is because they are all publications endorsed by Nickelodeon.

New Recruit is listed as a ‘bonus story’ which is what casts doubts on it’s canonicity, as well as the characters being fan created.

Are the Avatar comics good?

Although Avatar ended after three seasons, the story continues in the form of comics from Dark Horse Books. These comics have original story concepts by the series’ creators, Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. They are all very good, seeming just like more episodes of the show.

Are the avatar graphic novels canon?

One of the most worldbuilding-heavy ventures of the 21st century, the franchise’s canon runs deep: between two animated series (Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra) and a slew of graphic novels, comic books, and animated shorts, there’s a lot of history to reckon with.

Are they still making Avatar comics?

Avatar: The Last Airbender ended back in 2008, but the adventures of Aang and Team Avatar have continued ever since in the pages of Dark Horse comic books. Like Yang, Hicks and Wartman will be working in collaboration with Avatar co-creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko.

What are the Avatar comics in order?

Each of them is a trilogy consisting of three 80 page paperback books:

  • Promise.
  • The Search.
  • The Rift.
  • Smoke and Shadow.
  • North and South.
  • Imbalance (2nd and 3rd part are yet to be released)
  • Team Avatar Tales (not yet released, releasing in January 2019)