|Adventure Time: The Kirby years....|
Pour un instant...Pour un instant... by 914four
As Jacques entered the old train station, he could hear the tinkling twang of a classical guitar playing softly from the massive vintage stereo speakers he had brought from his apartment in Montreal a few weeks earlier. He hung up his coat and was startled to find Tanita sprawled on the floor of the main hall, hidden by the big sofa they'd recently bought at a local thrift shop. She'd dragged the old gym mat in front of the antique cast iron stove, and adjusted the air vent to obtain the maximum amount of heat. She lay on her side, her upper torso flat on the mat and her hair spread all around her head like a walnut crest as she stared at the rafters above her.
“Harmonium,” he said aloud.
“Hmm?” she replied, suddenly realizing he was there.
“This song. It's a classic.”
She rolled upright. “Anik chose this CD,” she said defensively. “I like it,” she admitted timidly.
“It's their eponymous CD,” he said, smiling.
LOK: Korra Alone ReviewLOK: Korra Alone Review by Nukid101
Hey everyone. Welcome to the next episode review of Korra Book 4! I’ve got to give my most heartfelt apologies for this wait guys. I was incredibly sick over the weekend, and then obviously work gets involved, and I did not want to miss an AMAZING film called Pride, so...yea, this one took way too long.
But finally it is here, so let’s not wait any longer!
What I Liked
Not much to say here except that it’s always great to see Katara reappear! Really she was the perfect character to first start helping Korra, and much of her advice and helped rang quite true. We certainly know she’s been through similar pain, and her comparison between Korra’s plight and Aang’s worked like a charm.
Let me just say it up-front; what they’re doing with Korra is absolutely amazing...and heart-wrenching.
In stark contrast to the previous episode, this episode was almost completely about Korra. It fills the ga