The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Part Two

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Part Two

Recovering from the fight and furious for revenge, Triple Threats member Tokuga solidifies his ties with the duplicitous Wonyong. Meanwhile, when Republic City’s housing crisis reaches its peak, Zhu Li sets her sights on the biggest public figure in the city—President Raiko—in a bid for the presidency! With her friend’s success, the future of the spirit portal, and the wel...

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Title:The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Part Two
Author:Michael Dante DiMartino
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Edition Language:English

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Part Two Reviews

  • Avery TheLibrariansDaughter

    This had everything I have ever wanted.

    Korrasami being cute.

    Zhurrick being the literal definition of married.

    One frame of Kainora which is not much tbh but it's more than we've gotten in years so we'll take what we can get.

  • Emma

    4.5 stars.

    This was much more action and plot-centered than Part 1, but just as much fun! Reading these graphic novels really does feel like watching an episode of the show, and I loved how this installment took a little more time to develop the politics of Republic City. It made me especially happy to see much more of Zhu Li!

    I can't wait for Part 3 in June!!!

  • Manisha

    Yes, I'm biased, but that doesn't change the fact that this was a great installment to the series. Usually, the middle comic is where the story drops as it is setting up the third and final installment of the trilogy, but that's not the case here. Corrupt politicians, Indian and Muslim representations, romance trouble, supportive friendships and relationships, humour, action, plot twists and intrigue...

    What more could I have wanted from this world I love so much?

    Okay, I admit it. I miss Naga and

    Yes, I'm biased, but that doesn't change the fact that this was a great installment to the series. Usually, the middle comic is where the story drops as it is setting up the third and final installment of the trilogy, but that's not the case here. Corrupt politicians, Indian and Muslim representations, romance trouble, supportive friendships and relationships, humour, action, plot twists and intrigue...

    What more could I have wanted from this world I love so much?

    Okay, I admit it. I miss Naga and Pabu.

  • Aleksandra

    So good! The comic is a gift that keeps on giving! I love seeing Korra and the squad!

    The illustrations are lovely and the plot is going strong, I love wars for powers, both between the gangs and for the presidency. I'm seeing a lot of ideas relevant to our modern society and I'm living for it!

    The characters are amazing as always. I love seeing Korra and Asami in their day-to-day interactions, Bolin and Mako are being kickass cops. Special shoutout goes to Zhu Li, who is brilliant and I love her.

    So good! The comic is a gift that keeps on giving! I love seeing Korra and the squad!

    The illustrations are lovely and the plot is going strong, I love wars for powers, both between the gangs and for the presidency. I'm seeing a lot of ideas relevant to our modern society and I'm living for it!

    The characters are amazing as always. I love seeing Korra and Asami in their day-to-day interactions, Bolin and Mako are being kickass cops. Special shoutout goes to Zhu Li, who is brilliant and I love her. Zhu Li and Varrick are so cute, I love them.

    is strong exciting continuation of the story about our favorite characters. I can't wait to read Part Three!

  • Shan(Littleirishbookcat)

    I loved this volume. Seeing all the characters and their lives after the tv show really makes this something special. Of course, my favorite scenes were the scenes featuring my blessed OTP. Korra and Asami really make a kick ass couple!

    The plot thickens in this issue and honestly with that ending, I’m super curious to see how it all wraps up in volume 3.

    Overall, another brilliant volume.

    Zu li for President!!!!

  • Devann

    I mean I still love the world and the characters and KORRASAMI [and how awkward Mako is lmao] but overall there was just something missing from this volume and I didn't enjoy it as much as the first one. I think part of it was the art style which I thought looked vaguely hurried and unfinished, and also that the plot to me was suffering from 'middle book syndrome' where it just seems like it's kind of a bridge to get from the beginning to the end. But it's still a fun series and I'm looking forw

    I mean I still love the world and the characters and KORRASAMI [and how awkward Mako is lmao] but overall there was just something missing from this volume and I didn't enjoy it as much as the first one. I think part of it was the art style which I thought looked vaguely hurried and unfinished, and also that the plot to me was suffering from 'middle book syndrome' where it just seems like it's kind of a bridge to get from the beginning to the end. But it's still a fun series and I'm looking forward to the next installment!

  • Danika at The Lesbrary

    This definitely feels like the middle book of a trilogy (which it is). I looooved part one, but this just feels like a bridge between the first and third books. (Also part one was very Korrasami focused, so of course I liked that more.) I'm looking forward to the conclusion, though!

  • Nicole Duchannes

    ZHU LI FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UR 2018

  • ✨    jamieson   ✨

    give me more korrasami or give me the sweet release of death

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