2) Korra is just great, really reminds me of Aang so much
3) I like how there isn't much explicit ties to the old Gaang, only references. And Police Chief really did good in the "what is that to me?" statement. I think it's great that the show decided to not have this continual, oh we should all be happy and work together like best buds thing.
4) Tenzin is pretty much what I expected, cool but clearly stressed!
5) My whole, "amon is a bad guy of Aang's children" idea seems to have gone down the drain! Which is cool, I guess.
6) The music is just so amazingly good!
7) I think it's all a bit weird getting used to all the technology they have going on.
8) Korra's mini-argument with the anti-equalist guy reminds me how hard it is to argue with people! But I love how people just openly challenge one another! Always keeping their minds open, and speaking their minds.
Ataru wrote:they're definitely targeting an older audience this time around. Besides Korra and the airbender kids there were no other kids or teens in this episode. -Every- secondary character was an adult, and the themes right from the beginning were pretty grown-up, with the gap in understanding between Korra and the protestor being one of the most obvious signs that this definitely wasn't a kids' world we're seeing. I'm very happy with the new, more adult themes of the series and I hope they really take the franchise to new places. Love Toph's daughter, she's probably gonna shape up to be one of my favorite characters.