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The Legend of Korra: Game Release Date and New Mode, Plus What to Expect in Book 4 - IGN


Four cool videos over at IGN:

1) Interview with Robert Conkey, the producer from Activision on the upcoming Korra video game, which is to be released on October 21st!

2) A bunch of gameplay footage of the Pro-bending mode in the game, with Rob explaining everything in voice over. Dude… I can’t tell you how cool it is to see this sport we created in all of its chaos and fury––without us having to draw it. They even have the tiebreaker face-offs!

3) Interview with Mike and myself about the ending of Book 3, the video game, and some tiny tidbits about where Book 4 is head (TINY ones). I was really sleepy.

4) David Faustino (Mako) and Janet Varney (Korra) talk about love.

Thanks to the fantastic folks at IGN for having us!

gamagoori sent: i kinda wish there was a word stronger than "cracker" that we could use


I do too. 

Cracker, mayo, white bread.. Moldy fruit.. 

These almost seem endearing compared to what they call us. Imagine that (o´д`)

Don’t for Clear people (they do not understand anything and it runs right through them)

So there's a lot of "Japanese culture" weaboo fucks tagging things with "Jap"..







"Jap" is a name coined by America during the war for Japan / the Japanese. It was used to dehumanize us, literally - anti-Japanese propaganda war art produced by the west would include art of grotesquely stereotypical yellow peril-esque "Asian enemies", complete with…


My favorite thing to do is observe white people when they’re eating Indian food and you can visibly see the tears coming out of their eyes and I’m just like “yesss cry bitch cry that’s for colonizing my people how do u like that curry now bitch?”


Members of the Asian American community at UC Davis are taking a stand in solidarity with the people of Ferguson and their continued struggle for survival in the face of police brutality. All black lives matter.
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A girl shows her decorated hands during a bridal competition show in  Peshawar, Pakistan.
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