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The Avatar's greatest adventure continues! Aang and Katara work tirelessly to prevent a dispute between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei that could plunge the world back into war! Meanwhile, Sokka helps Toph prepare her hapless first class of metalbending students to defend their school against a rival class of firebenders! The Avatar's greatest adventure continues! Aang and Katara work tirelessly to prevent a dispute between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei that could plunge the world back into war! Meanwhile, Sokka helps Toph prepare her hapless first class of metalbending students to defend their school against a rival class of firebenders!


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The Avatar's greatest adventure continues! Aang and Katara work tirelessly to prevent a dispute between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei that could plunge the world back into war! Meanwhile, Sokka helps Toph prepare her hapless first class of metalbending students to defend their school against a rival class of firebenders! The Avatar's greatest adventure continues! Aang and Katara work tirelessly to prevent a dispute between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei that could plunge the world back into war! Meanwhile, Sokka helps Toph prepare her hapless first class of metalbending students to defend their school against a rival class of firebenders!

30 review for Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise, Part 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Iryna *Book and Sword*

    For the review of the whole mini series, and more reviews, please visit my book blog 4.5/5 stars rounded up This was even better than the first one. Full of lessons that were so prevalent in Avatar, The Promise part 2 is a treasure for all of the true Avatar fans. Can't wait to see what the conclusion brings. ( Sokka is the greatest, just saying. My WEBSITE My INSTAGRAM My WORDPRESS BLOG For the review of the whole mini series, and more reviews, please visit my book blog 4.5/5 stars rounded up This was even better than the first one. Full of lessons that were so prevalent in Avatar, The Promise part 2 is a treasure for all of the true Avatar fans. Can't wait to see what the conclusion brings. ( Sokka is the greatest, just saying. My WEBSITE My INSTAGRAM My WORDPRESS BLOG

  2. 5 out of 5

    Caz (littlebookowl)

    Rating: 4.5

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Elend Wolf

    "Metal is just a part of the earth that's been purified and refined. But how does it becomes like that? By getting heated, melted, and pounded. By going through pressure and pain." That got intense real quick. I started this second issue been a bit concerned... ok, a lot, about how things were gonna progress since the way things ended in the last one was not very reassuring, and I end it even more concern. Yes, I already know how things are bound to end -thanks Legend of Korra - but the "Metal is just a part of the earth that's been purified and refined. But how does it becomes like that? By getting heated, melted, and pounded. By going through pressure and pain." That got intense real quick. I started this second issue been a bit concerned... ok, a lot, about how things were gonna progress since the way things ended in the last one was not very reassuring, and I end it even more concern. Yes, I already know how things are bound to end -thanks Legend of Korra - but the road to get there is giving me anxiety. We followed three side stories: Sokka's and Toph's, Aang's and Katara's, and Zuko's and at least two of those three were pretty intense. Sokka and Toph's little side story was a nice way to get some break in the tension of all the pieces falling into place, and, well, they made me laugh a lot. The lily-livers are completely insane, but at least they have their hearts in the right place... I guess. "I tasted my own stomach when we were halfway down but by the end... not a bad way to travel. " Something really big and important needs to happen for things to get better and quick, or else things are gonna get ugly.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (inactive)

    why can’t y’all just go to group therapy or something smh no one was acting like themself in this 😔 everyone needs to take some time to hold hands and talk

  5. 4 out of 5

    maité

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 / 5 my poor baby zuko 🥺

  6. 4 out of 5

    GrilledCheeseSamurai (Scott)

    Easily as good as part 1, although I could do without all the ‘sweetie’ comments. I especially enjoyed the developments towards the end of this volume and the cliff-hanger ending! So happy I decided to give these books a try. I was craving the fun I had with the Airbender tv show up & these books definitely have the same vibe and fun level!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jahanzaib Asim

    A war?!?! These are good. And Toph is still a bad-posterior. On to the finale.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sophie_The_Jedi_Knight

    Again, I read this a while back, so I can't accurately say that I was surprised or anything, but there was one particular scene in here that was burned into my memories and I have never been able to forget. (view spoiler)[Mai... Mai broke up with Zuko... I... I mean, I get it, because he's losing control, but still... (hide spoiler)] I did really like the parts with the metalbending students and Zuko's turmoil. I actually don't think I've read volume 3 before, so... here we go. 4/5 stars. Again, I read this a while back, so I can't accurately say that I was surprised or anything, but there was one particular scene in here that was burned into my memories and I have never been able to forget. (view spoiler)[Mai... Mai broke up with Zuko... I... I mean, I get it, because he's losing control, but still... (hide spoiler)] I did really like the parts with the metalbending students and Zuko's turmoil. I actually don't think I've read volume 3 before, so... here we go. 4/5 stars.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Faye

    This was pretty enjoyable, but still had the sickeningly sweet romance that was in the first book. And there were some other small things I didn't like. Katara and Aang still call each other sweetie, and Katara even gets jealous when they go to a fan club for Aang, full of excited, squealy girls. Based on what I saw from the TV show, I doubt that the romanca would move from a random kiss to calling each other those sorts of names. Nobody really uses those terms when they're in a relationship. Ol This was pretty enjoyable, but still had the sickeningly sweet romance that was in the first book. And there were some other small things I didn't like. Katara and Aang still call each other sweetie, and Katara even gets jealous when they go to a fan club for Aang, full of excited, squealy girls. Based on what I saw from the TV show, I doubt that the romanca would move from a random kiss to calling each other those sorts of names. Nobody really uses those terms when they're in a relationship. Old people call younger people sweetie. People in a relationship don't. I liked how Toph's metalbending school was explored more in this book. It would be difficult to teach students something that isn't really perfected. It's kind of discouraging sometimes, but it really shows all the characters going off onto their own path. There also still is the humor. It can be childish sometimes, but I still love it. I will laugh out loud sometimes. It was just really cute. I wish that there was more of Zuko, since he is my favorite character. He does have to make a hard decision on what to do for the Harmony Restoration Movement. I like the political parts, showing why amd why not the fire nation colonies should be taken out. Man, things would just be so much better if the romance wasn't sickening. It still was a really fun story!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sonja ✧・゚。★・゚☾

    "Promises shouldn't be broken. Not ever." Another great Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novel! I loved the storyline of The Promise: Part Two, particularly because it featured two of my favourite ATLA characters: Zuko and Toph. I just love Zuko so so much. He is a precious smol bean. Bless him. "Promises shouldn't be broken. Not ever." Another great Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novel! I loved the storyline of The Promise: Part Two, particularly because it featured two of my favourite ATLA characters: Zuko and Toph. I just love Zuko so so much. He is a precious smol bean. Bless him.

  11. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    This one picks up where the last one left off. Aang and Katara go on their adventure to speak to the earth kingdom leaders. Toph trains her new recruits. Zuko deals with more political decisions with his father. The zuko stuff is easily the strongest bit, and getting more of his past is interesting. Aang stuff is good, funny here and there. Toph, who I usually love, gets a dull story here. While good, not as strong as volume 1.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Antoine Bandele

    Tooth’s students get sort of annoying and one-note, but everything else is solid. Zuko speaking with his father was great, the growing conflict between Fire Nation and Earth Kingdom was fabulous. There’s even nuance and fractures within each faction which was nice to see.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shravanthi

    Sigh...what wouldn't I give to be trained under Toph! This graphic novel was beautifully scripted and illustrated. All my favourite characters coming back, just a teensy-tiny bit older (view spoiler)[calling their bae 'sweetie' and giving Sokka the oggies LOL!! (hide spoiler)] and having their epic adventures :) Excellent! Sigh...what wouldn't I give to be trained under Toph! This graphic novel was beautifully scripted and illustrated. All my favourite characters coming back, just a teensy-tiny bit older (view spoiler)[calling their bae 'sweetie' and giving Sokka the oggies LOL!! (hide spoiler)] and having their epic adventures :) Excellent!

  14. 5 out of 5

    ∘⁖⁎⋆Noor⋆✶⁎∘

    Aang is lowkey annoying me

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    Second Read: This volume sets up the tension within the Avatar world. The Earth and Fire Kingdoms are on the brink of war and Aang is caught in the middle. Zuko has some tough choices ahead though his story lines are always awesome! On a brighter note, Toph and Sokka have some pretty cool moments with Toph's students. This issue felt exactly like an episode from the animated series, it was so good and makes me so excited to read the conclusion! First Read: Wow okay so this comic took me almost 3 mo Second Read: This volume sets up the tension within the Avatar world. The Earth and Fire Kingdoms are on the brink of war and Aang is caught in the middle. Zuko has some tough choices ahead though his story lines are always awesome! On a brighter note, Toph and Sokka have some pretty cool moments with Toph's students. This issue felt exactly like an episode from the animated series, it was so good and makes me so excited to read the conclusion! First Read: Wow okay so this comic took me almost 3 months (off by one day!) to complete! That is ridiculous!! But anyway, on to the review. I have to say the illustrations in this comic are just awesome. I have been reading really old Batman comics and returning to this one is like a breath of fresh air. It is so beautiful and detailed and the colours really pull you in. The story line progressed quite well, originally the gang was together (for like the first two pages and that was it) but Toph and Sokka went one way, to build Toph's new metal bending school and Aang and Katara went another, to talk to the Earth King about the events which transpired in the first volume. For Toph and Sokka, it was difficult to get the students to metal bend and for Aang and Katara, they needed to stop the Earth King from waging a war against Fire Lord Zuko. Speaking of Zuko, he continually snuck in to visit his imprisoned father, which didn't always turn out the way he expected it to. Also, Aang and Katara met a 'few' fans of the Avatar and Toph and Sokka were duelled to the sit for the building that housed Toph's new school. It was all very interesting (despite how long it took me to finish this comic). I loved the different types of relationships you saw in this comic. The writers were not afraid to show what kind of person a character was or how they connected to other people. I have a feeling that the next volume is going to get even better and I cannot wait to find out what happens next!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    SPOILERS FOR AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SHOW! The men in this graphic novel/show I swear. I can feel my heart breaking a little as I read this. I absolutely love Zuko and he is going through so much in this graphic novel. At the same time, I find that I appreciate the fact that Zuko is going through all this. He has always struggled with the line between good and evil and I am loving seeing him struggle with it a bit as it makes him more human. This part of the graphic novel was about trying to r SPOILERS FOR AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SHOW! The men in this graphic novel/show I swear. I can feel my heart breaking a little as I read this. I absolutely love Zuko and he is going through so much in this graphic novel. At the same time, I find that I appreciate the fact that Zuko is going through all this. He has always struggled with the line between good and evil and I am loving seeing him struggle with it a bit as it makes him more human. This part of the graphic novel was about trying to resolve the issues that arose in the first part of this. It featured all the characters equally and in a way that I found really interesting. It shows that the characters still need to grow a lot. They may have saved the world but that doesn't mean that they are perfect. They struggle with doing what's right and wrong. I also appreciate that the characters are seeing that things aren't just black and white in this. There is no good and evil but gray area's and a lot of them are struggling with that. All the characters have been taught that there is good and there is evil and no in between which is wrong. I love seeing that writer and artist attack that issue in this. I am excited to read the final part as I am finding these really interesting to read. I am so excited to continue.

  17. 5 out of 5

    cynthia ✨

    I honestly love Toph (@ ̄¬ ̄@)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carrie (The Butterfly Reader)

    Amazeballs!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Camila ☼

    Better than part one! These are just so much fun, and I’ve been missing the show lately and these are perfect for dealing with that.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ronyell

    Introduction: After reading part one of “Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise,” I was excited to check out the second part of this fantastic series and I was definitely not disappointed by the results of this volume! What is this story about? In this volume, after Fire Lord Zuko turns down the Harmony Restoration Movement for the Earth Kingdom, there seems to be an impeding war brewing between Zuko and Earth King Kuei and it is up to Aang and Katara to prevent that war from happening! M Introduction: After reading part one of “Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise,” I was excited to check out the second part of this fantastic series and I was definitely not disappointed by the results of this volume! What is this story about? In this volume, after Fire Lord Zuko turns down the Harmony Restoration Movement for the Earth Kingdom, there seems to be an impeding war brewing between Zuko and Earth King Kuei and it is up to Aang and Katara to prevent that war from happening! Meanwhile, Toph and Sokka try to train Toph’s bumbling students in the art of metal bending in order to defend the school against a class of fire benders! What I loved about this story: Gene Luen Yang’s writing: Gene Luen Yang’s writing continues to amaze me with its faithfulness to the legendary TV series! I loved the way that Gene Luen Yang continues to develop each character, especially Aang and Katara’s relationship with each other, which actually fully reached its “CUTE AND HAPPY” and not the “WILL THEY OR WON’T THEY” status at last! I was also sitting on the edge of my seat whenever Zuko confronts his father, since it seems that Ozai has an ulterior motive up his sleeves as he is always smiling slyly whenever Zuko visits and it makes me wonder just what kind of impact Ozai still has on Zuko and how it would affect Zuko’s ruling as the new Fire Lord. We are definitely seeing Zuko starting to crack under the pressure with his present ruling of the Fire Kingdom and I loved the way that Gene Luen Yang portrayed that as it made the situation even more interesting to watch! I also loved the side story about Toph starting a school for metal bending and how she tries to teach her bumbling students how to metal bend. It was such an enjoyable experience to see Toph actually teaching students her abilities and I am interested in seeing how this will all play out in future volumes! Gurihiru’s artwork: Gurihiru’s artwork continues to remain faithful to the characters’ designs and I really loved the images of Sokka continuing to be the comic relief in this series! My favorite artwork of Sokka in this volume was when he and Toph jumped off of Appa to land at Toph’s new school at the beginning and you can see Sokka panicking throughout the whole ordeal! What made me feel uncomfortable about this story: Not really a big deal, but the only problem I had with this volume was that there was not that much action in the story like the first volume. Even though this volume does have comedic situations happening to the characters, such as Toph and Sokka trying to teach three students how to metal bend, I actually did wanted to see some battle sequences in this volume. But, I did enjoy the rising tension with Zuko caving in to pressure of being the new Fire Lord and the possible battle that is about to come between Zuko and Earth King Kuei. Final Thoughts: Overall, “Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise Part Two” is a brilliant continuation of the first volume and I cannot wait to see more adventures from Aang and the gang as they try to undo all the harm that the Fire Nation brought to the world! Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  21. 4 out of 5

    Don

    So many funny parts in this one. Manly were Sokka is concerned. But I think the build up for the potential war was being overshadowed by the metalbending school rivalry scenes and Aang and Katara's visit to see the Earth King. It was nonetheless, very amusing and appealing, I quite liked Aang's little marble Scooters. So cute. And OMG little Zuko, in Ozai's memory, But hold the phone are they trying to back us feel sorry for him? Well it worked on me. We only get snap shot scenes of Zuko kind of So many funny parts in this one. Manly were Sokka is concerned. But I think the build up for the potential war was being overshadowed by the metalbending school rivalry scenes and Aang and Katara's visit to see the Earth King. It was nonetheless, very amusing and appealing, I quite liked Aang's little marble Scooters. So cute. And OMG little Zuko, in Ozai's memory, But hold the phone are they trying to back us feel sorry for him? Well it worked on me. We only get snap shot scenes of Zuko kind of like in The day of black sun Part 1: The Invasion. The cover did give us the indication that Zuko would not be a big part of this one, the way he is in the far left hand cover, doing his own thing back there. But the best part was the end, the death stare between the Earth King and Zuko- I got Chills.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dzemo Sh

    I really love these Avatar graphic-novels. They're a great way to dive back into the world of The Last Airbender, and they're just very fun. The story continues with Aang trying to calm tensions between the Fire Nation and the Earth Kingdom. Zuko is having struggles with his identity, while Katara is going through some jealous phases over other girls swooning over Aang. On the more funny and lighthearted note, I really liked the Sokka and Toph story line. It was very refreshing and funny to read a I really love these Avatar graphic-novels. They're a great way to dive back into the world of The Last Airbender, and they're just very fun. The story continues with Aang trying to calm tensions between the Fire Nation and the Earth Kingdom. Zuko is having struggles with his identity, while Katara is going through some jealous phases over other girls swooning over Aang. On the more funny and lighthearted note, I really liked the Sokka and Toph story line. It was very refreshing and funny to read about their own adventures, and they're the two funniest characters, and it's always great when they are paired together. The way the story ended in this chapter was very exciting, and it makes me eager to learn how it concludes.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Yaiza

    I had missed Toph Beifong

  24. 4 out of 5

    Aranza ♡︎

    Zuko keeps struggling to keep everything on balance (and failing miserably. Honestly, same), Toph and her students are about to fight for their right to be at their school (with Sokka’s help) and Aang and Katara make the trip to Ba Sing Se, to meet with the Earth King to figure out what to do next (warning: it doesn’t go well). Tensions are growing. Will the avatar fail to keep his hard-won peace? Loving these issues. Seeing Zuko struggling to do the right thing is just so him, for real. Sukko a Zuko keeps struggling to keep everything on balance (and failing miserably. Honestly, same), Toph and her students are about to fight for their right to be at their school (with Sokka’s help) and Aang and Katara make the trip to Ba Sing Se, to meet with the Earth King to figure out what to do next (warning: it doesn’t go well). Tensions are growing. Will the avatar fail to keep his hard-won peace? Loving these issues. Seeing Zuko struggling to do the right thing is just so him, for real. Sukko and Toph is a team that I’ve missed dearly, and I’ve grown to love Toph’s students. They are all nuts. Keep it going!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ginger

    ~3.5 stars~

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gretal

    still too much usage of "sweetie," but I'm really enjoying the story aside from that still too much usage of "sweetie," but I'm really enjoying the story aside from that

  27. 4 out of 5

    tammy

    ”you are the fire lord. what you choose, by definition, is right.” everything but ozai and zuko’s convo and mai’s cameo were meh

  28. 4 out of 5

    Naomi Taylor

    This was a really cute read too. But then again, it’s hard to go wrong with avatar. They just put so much thought and effort into the details of their stories and it really pays off.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mieke

    JIKES THAT CLIFFHNAGER. I LIVE FOR TOPH BEING A TEACHER.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Meisa

    Y’all need to make better choices.

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