Following the success of the first half of season one of Legend of Korra, it makes sense that Nickelodeon would order season two of the series, but fans who attended the panel at the San Diego Comic-Con were in for a bigger surprise.

The network has announced it has ordered two additional seasons of Legend of Korra (26 episodes), bringing the total number of episodes for the series to 52.  These episodes will be spread over 4 books.

Book Two will be called Spirits and picks up six months after the season one finale.

As described by the creators, Mako is now a Repuclic City policeman, Asami has taken over her father’s Future Industries and Bolin is struggling to find himself (assembling what looks like a new pro-bending team).

Say it with me – Can. Not. Wait.

via Comic Book Movie

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  1. July 14, 2012 at 3:34 pm — Reply

    So, it’s up to 4 seasons? Or 4 ‘Books’?

    • Xian
      July 16, 2012 at 6:00 pm — Reply

      That seems to be more semantics than anything, but the creator explained it on his Tumblr… Books 1 and 2 are considered, by Nickelodeon, to be Season 1 and Books 3 and 4 are considered Season 2. That said, the creators intend for each book to be its own thematic arc and they’re aired and produced separately so as far as creation and consumption, they’re essentially four separate seasons.

  2. July 14, 2012 at 3:38 pm — Reply

    *ahem* Curly’s dropping to the floor going woop woop woop.

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