User Data
I Agree
Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. To continue use of this website, you must agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
Avatar: Strife and Harmony

Avatar: Strife and Harmony

by Killar&Syd
Six months after the coronation of Fire Lord Zuko, team Avatar is called together to confront Fire Nation unrest. But in this alternate reality, no one will be coming back the same...

Based off the hit Nickelodeon series Avatar: the Last Airbender
Add to Favorites
Pages
32
Updates
On Hiatus
Last Update
2 Months Ago
Fans
15
Readers
7

Avatar: Strife and Harmony

Six months after the coronation of Fire Lord Zuko, team Avatar is called together to confront Fire Nation unrest. But in this alternate reality, no one will be coming back the same...

Based off the hit Nickelodeon series Avatar: the Last Airbender

Authors

Recent Comments

Rocket Axxonu
December 11th, 2018
@Killar&Syd:
Lol, it's true, I know one of the things the author said in the author's notes was that the story would tease many unusual ships, and with it being a completely different world with the characters in different circumstances, it does make sense.
Killar&Syd
December 11th, 2018
@Rocket Axxonu: We always appreciate your comments! I'm glad the humor came across well and that you've been enjoying it!

Special thanks to the technical note - Sydney (who draws literally everything) would 100% agree with you that crowd scenes are overwhelming. She thanks you especially for appreciating them!
Killar&Syd
December 11th, 2018
@Rocket Axxonu: Yes you're right, we did write ASAH before watching Korra or reading the comics. Now we are fully aware of all the shipping haha! I think your comic could ship some unique couples and still be very believable!
Rocket Axxonu
December 10th, 2018
OH GOSH TOPH

So hilarious, of course in the months since the war she would have an entire town worshipping the ground she walks on. (The Avatar's role in the war is just a minor afterthought.) I love that panel with Toph's statue next to the old Avatar statue, soo awesome, and just so Toph. Particularly love the shot of the dust and carnage, with the bodies of the victims strewn about, after Toph's forcing Appa up the mountain with earthbending on page 27, so perfect.

Katara may not be happy about it, but I guess that was inevitable.

On a technical note, love the detail in the backgrounds as always, the perspective looks so good in Toph's own made town on page 24, and that crowd scene on page 27 is awesome. [Urgh, I hate drawing crowd scenes] Even the simpler, more stick-figury people toward the back are so well done for how they just add to the funny tone of the whole scene.

Anyway, nice job, looking forward to more!!
Rocket Axxonu
December 1st, 2018
It'll be interesting to see what the political situation is in the Fire Nation when they meet up with Zuko again. Can't wait for more!!
Rocket Axxonu
December 1st, 2018
Haha! Of course, any continuation of the show wouldn't be complete without some reaction from Sokka on the Kataang situation... (I think you guys said you'd planned this before reading the comics? Is that right? I guess Sokka's case of oogies was fairly predictable, hehe, love his expression in the first panel.)
Rocket Axxonu
December 1st, 2018
LOL, oh gosh, so hilarious, and just so Sokka. (I can completely hear his voice in my head in that middle section. xD!!!)
Rocket Axxonu
December 1st, 2018
Lol, I love Pakku's expression there at the end, like 'I think I just got fooled into agreeing to do something nice' XD!!
Killar&Syd
November 19th, 2018
@Rocket Axxonu: I LOVE how you are really reading the story! It's wonderful to hear your take on Pakku's and Hakoda's actions and opinions. I wont give my reasons for why I wrote it this way for I am curious to hear how you like it as the story continues. Your comments are so well thought out and exactly what we like to see! Thank you so much!
Rocket Axxonu
November 19th, 2018
I'm enjoying this take on how things are going in the Water Tribe. It kind of makes a weird kind of sense for Pakku to be skeptical about Zuko and the Fire Nation and not all that supportive, while Hakoda's focus on Sokka needing to know his duty is an unexpected but interesting. (I'm not sure if you're going for a kind of underlying unconscious discrimination in that the expectation of a boy versus a girl for the Tribe seems to differ, or if it's simply more that since Sokka is the oldest and we expect to be the next tribe leader after Hakoda, Hakoda wants Sokka to start preparing for leadership now.) Definitely interested to see what happens next, and how Sokka feels about it.
Rocket Axxonu
November 11th, 2018
@Killar&Syd: No problem! I always found it a strange thing about this site how it doesn't automatically include the cover as a page with the rest of the comic (seems like if you want it to appear as a page you have to upload it as one separately from the cover, since the cover that appears on the profile only acts as a link, at least as far as I can find), but then, maybe most readers prefer to be able to dive right into reading.

Anyway, I'm always excited to see more Avatar comics. Even with the fandom slower than it used to be, I love to see people are still making them with such industry and passion, and alternative reimaginings that branch off from the original canon are often my favorites. (As I guess you already know, lol--I didn't make the connection between 'Strife and Harmony (guest)' and this story here until now. I just periodically search this site for to see if any new ATLA stories have gone up, and this one definitely caught my eye.)

Anyway, can't wait to see more! C:
Killar&Syd
November 11th, 2018
@Rocket Axxonu: Thank you SO much for your comment! It means a lot coming from you!

We love feedback! We certainly want people to see the cover so we will be looking to get that up on a larger scale ASAP. Again thanking for bringing that to our attention!
Rocket Axxonu
November 11th, 2018
Amazing start. I love the style, the characters all look like themselves, plus the detail in the backgrounds is unbelievable. (That overhead shot of the Southern Water Tribe on page 5, wow.) Hehe! So fun seeing Aang getting the overzealous sales-pitch treatment, and Katara's listlessness at Aang's absence.

Anyway, very interested to see where this alternative continuation of the series goes. (The only complaint I have so far is that the cover looks so good, but I can't figure out how to get a closer look on it when it's not an actual comic page. Is there somewhere else I can go to see the full resolution?)