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« on: May 28, 2015 02:35 am »

I would like to have a collection of Everything Canon of the avatar series. But i would like it to be in chronological order. this includes Episodes, comics, webisodes, games, specials of any kind. i haven't found a list of this already made that is 100% accurate. i found this link, but looking into it a bit more, most of the comics from "The Lost Adventures" are in the wrong spots by a couple episodes.

http://baelor.tumblr.com/post/58466071766/list-of-every-single-part-of-avatar-the-last

I have started re watching the series using the episodes and map of the avatar gangs' path to figure out where the comic most likely took place. and i have only completed Book 1: water comics.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8351/8306408148_056c8149c4_o.jpg

this is what i have so far. which is mostly made up of the episodes of TLA and LOK.  below is what i haven't got to and still needs a place. if anyone can help me put the rest of the comics in its proper place that would be a big help. (between two episodes exactly, and if it occurs during an episode place it after) also please let me know why you think the comic should be there. I know i can get this done with the help of other fans.

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Graphic Novel: “Turf Wars Part 1” July 26, 2017
Graphic Novel: “Turf Wars Part 2” January 17, 2018
Graphic Novel: “Turf Wars Part 3” TBA
 

=====================================NOT YET SORTED==============================================================
                                                       Comic: “Divided We Fall”                     Comic: “No Benders Allowed”            FCBD: “Shells”
                                                       Comic: “Reach for the Toph”               Comic: “Night Animals”
                                                       Comic: “Dirty is Only Skin Deep”          Comic: “Boys’ Day Out”                    FCBD: “Sisters”
                                                       Comic: “Lessons”                              Comic: “Swordbending”
                                                       Comic: “Sokka the Avatar”                 Comic: “Monster Slayer”   
                                                                                                           Comic: “Game Time”
                                                                                                            Comic: “Swordbending”
                                                                                                                                                       ===============================================================================================================

    Graphic novel: “The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story”                                                   
   
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 101 “The Boy in the Iceberg”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 102 “The Avatar Returns”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 103 “The Southern Air Temple”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 104 “The Warriors of Kyoshi”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 105 “The King of Omashu”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 106 “Imprisoned”
    Comic: “Bee Calm”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 107 “Winter Solstice, Part 1: The Spirit World”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 108 “Winter Solstice, Part 2: Avatar Roku”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 109 “The Waterbending Scroll”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 110 “Jet”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 111 “The Great Divide”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 112 “The Storm”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 113 “The Blue Spirit”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 114 “The Fortuneteller”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 115 “Bato of the Water Tribe”
    Comic: “Water War”
    Comic: “Fruit Stand Freestyle”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 116 “The Deserter”
    Comic: “Don’t Blow It!”
    Comic: “Relics”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 117 “The Northern Air Temple
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 118 “The Waterbending Master”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 119 “The Siege of the North, Part 1”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 120 “The Siege of the North, Part 2”
   ______________________________________________________________________________
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 201 “The Avatar State”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 202 “The Cave of Two Lovers”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 203 “Return to Omashu”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 204 “The Swamp”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 205 “Avatar Day”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 206 “The Blind Bandit”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 207 “Zuko Alone"
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 208 “The Chase”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 209 “Bitter Work”
    Comic: “Sleepbending”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 210 “The Library”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 211 “The Desert”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 212 “The Serpent’s Pass”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 213 “The Drill”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 214 “City of Walls and Secrets”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 215 “Tales of Ba Sing Se”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 216 “Appa’s Lost Days”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 217 “Lake Laogai”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 218 “The Earth King”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 219 “The Guru”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 220 “The Crossroads of Destiny”
    Comic: “Its Only Natural”
    Comic: “The Bridge”
    Webisode: “Escape From the Spirit World, Chapter 1: Avatar Roku”
    Webisode: “Escape From the Spirit World, Chapter 2: Avatar Kyoshi”
    Webisode: “Escape From the Spirit World, Chapter 3: Avatar Kuruk”
    Webisode: “Escape From the Spirit World, Chapter 4: Avatar Yangchen”
    Comic: “Going Home Again”
___________________________________________________________________________

    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 301 “The Awakening”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 302 “The Headband”                           /
    Comic: “Private Fire”                                                                         /
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 303 “The Painted Lady”                      --------- "Night Animals"
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 304 “Sokka’s Master”                       \
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 305 “The Beach"
    Comic: “Ember Island Arcade”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 306 “The Avatar and the Fire Lord”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 307 “The Runaway”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 308 “The Puppetmaster”
    Comic: “Combustion Man on a Train”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 309 “Nightmares and Daydreams”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 310 “The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 311 “The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 312 “The Western Air Temple”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 313 “The Firebending Masters”
    Comic: “Dragon Days”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 314 “The Boiling Rock, Part 1”
    Comic: "Love Is a Battlefield"
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 315 “The Boiling Rock, Part 2”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 316 “The Southern Raiders”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 317 “The Ember Island Players”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 318 “Sozin’s Comet, Part 1: The Phoenix King”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 319 “Sozin’s Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters”
    Comic: “Bumi vs. Toph, Round One”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 320 “Sozin’s Comet, Part 3: Into the Inferno”
    Episode: Avatar The Last Airbender 321 “Sozin’s Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang”
___________________________________________________________________________________
    Graphic Novel: “The Promise Part 1”
    Graphic Novel: “The Promise Part 2”
    Graphic Novel: “The Promise Part 3”
    FCBD: “Rebound”
    Graphic Novel: “The Search Part 1”
    Graphic Novel: “The Search Part 2”
    Graphic Novel: “The Search Part 3”
    Graphic Novel: “Smoke and Shadow Part 1”
    Graphic Novel: “The Rift Part 1”
    Graphic Novel: “The Rift Part 2”
    Graphic Novel: “The Rift Part 3”
    Graphic Novel: “Smoke and Shadow Part 2”
    Graphic Novel: “North and South Part 1”
    Graphic Novel: “Smoke and Shadow Part 3”
    Graphic Novel: “North and South Part 2”
    Graphic Novel: “North and South Part 3”
___________________________________________________________________________________
 
    FCBD: “Friends for Life”
    Webisode: “Republic City Hustle Part 1”
    Webisode: “Republic City Hustle Part 2”
    Webisode: “Republic City Hustle Part 3”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 101 “Welcome to Republic City”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 102 “A Leaf in the Wind”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 103 “The Revelation”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 104 “A Voice in the Night”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 105 “The Spirit of Competition”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 106 “And the Winner Is…”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 107 “The Aftermath”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 108 “When Extremes Meet”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 109 “Out of the Past”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 110 “Turning the Tides”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 111 “Skeletons in the Closet”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 112 “Endgame”
   ___________________________________________________________________________________
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 201 “Rebel Spirit”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 202 “The Southern Lights”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 203 “Civil Wars, Part 1”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 204 “Civil Wars, Part 2”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 205 “Peacekeepers”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 206 “The Sting”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 207 “Beginnings, Part 1”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 208 “Beginnings, Part 2”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 209 “The Guide”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 210 “A New Spiritual Age”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 211 “Night of a Thousand Stars”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 212 “Harmonic Convergence”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 213 “Darkness Falls”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 214 “Light in the Dark”
    Video game: “The Legend of Korra”
  __________________________________________________________________________________
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 301 “A Breath of Fresh Air”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 302 “Rebirth of a Nation”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 303 “The Earth Queen”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 304 “In Harm’s Way”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 305 “The Metal Clan”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 306 “Old Wounds”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 307 “Original Airbenders”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 308 “The Terror Within”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 309 “The Stakeout”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 310 “Long Live the Queen”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 311 “The Ultimatum”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 312 “Enter the Void”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 313 “Venom of the Red Lotus”
  ___________________________________________________________________________________
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 401 “After All These Years”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 402 “Korra Alone”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 403 “The Coronation”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 404 “The Calling”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 405 “Enemy at the Gates”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 406 “The Battle of Zaofu”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 407 “Reunion”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 408 “Remembrances”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 409 “Beyond the Wilds”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 410 “Operation Beifong”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 411 “Kuvira’s Gambit”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 412 “Day of the Colossus”
    Episode: The Legend of Korra 413 “The Last Stand”
    Graphic Novel: “Turf Wars Part 1”
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« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2015 05:24 pm »

I more or less agree with the placement you've put together (except for Relics, all those Book Water comics could take place anywhere between King of Omashu and The Northern Air Temple, IMO), but I don't think The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story is officially canon to the animated series or its related media. Zuko's story was written to not directly contradict anything in the cartoon, and its authors wrote the various Nick Magazine comics, but there's still no official link between it and the cartoon verse.
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« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2015 08:40 pm »

"Going Home Again", "It's Only Natural", and "The Bridge" all happen between 220 and 301.

"Combustion Man On A Train" has to happen between 307 "The Runaway" and 309 "Nightmares and Daydreams".

"Swordbending" has to happen between 312 "The Western Air Temple" and 316 "The Southern Raiders".

"Love is a Battlefield" has to happen between 313 "The Firebending Masters" and 316 "The Southern Raiders".

The bulk of "Dragon Days" happens before the show starts.  Come to think of it, so do "The Avatar and the Fire Lord", "Beginnings", etc.  They're flashback episodes where the plot is the flashback (as opposed to, say, Zuko Alone, where there was a plot separate from the flashback).  Maybe those should be place further up?
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« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2015 01:15 am »

im not looking for estimations. im looking for exact placement. but the estimations do help a bit. and for the flashback episodes i thought about that especially for beginnings and "the avatar and the firlord. and i left them there because they are spiritual visions. and are being experienced in the present.

I more or less agree with the placement you've put together (except for Relics, all those Book Water comics could take place anywhere between King of Omashu and The Northern Air Temple, IMO), but I don't think The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story is officially canon to the animated series or its related media. Zuko's story was written to not directly contradict anything in the cartoon, and its authors wrote the various Nick Magazine comics, but there's still no official link between it and the cartoon verse.

zukos story is canon. it is about what happened after his father banished him. and the end of the book crosses over with the first episode of TLA. when aang is free from the ice burg and a beam of light is shot into the sky


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« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2015 04:03 am »

Hmm, this sounds like an interesting idea, let’s give it a try.

The lost adventures:
Bee Calm:
The map at the start is a good indication that it takes place around the time of “Imprisoned” if you compare to the map on the old website: http://kr.turbonick.nick.com/shows/avatar/index.jhtml
Water War:
This one is hard to pin down, but my best guess would be after “The Waterbending Scroll” because of Katara’s somewhat advanced bending moves in it.
Don’t Blow It!:
Also hard to pin down, my best guess would be that it could be placed around “The Storm” and “The Blue Spirit” because there is a cold going around between the kids.
Relics:
Just before “The Northern Airtemple” seems like the perfect place for this one. They are getting close to the Northern Watertribe, they are still in regular Earth Kingdom territory, and Zhao has been promoted.
Fruit-stand Freestyle:
Hard to pin down, the only thing that is required for this story is Team Avatar being in a city with a market and Momo being there.
Sleepbending:
Between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it and Aang can earthbend.
Lessons:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it and Aang is trying to learn how to earthbend.
Sokka The Avatar:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it.
Dirty Is Only Skin Deep:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since Toph is in it. I don’t think t could be placed between “The Desert” and “The Serpent’s Pass” because Aang is too happy during the story.
Divided We Fall:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it. Maybe the trip to Hiroku Canyon is one of the vacations mentioned in “The Library”?
Reach For The Toph:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it.
It’s Only Natural, Going Home Again and The Bridge:
Between “The Crossroads Of Destiny” and “The Awakening”
Private Fire:
Most likely right after “The Headband”.
Night Animals and Boys’ Day Out:
Hard to place, but probably between “The Headband” and “Sokka’s Master” since Sokka doesn’t appear to have his sword yet.
Ember Island Arcade:
Probably right after “The Beach”.
Monster Slayer:
Between “The Runaway” and “Nightmares And Daydreams” since Sokka has his sword in it, and Katara mentions that they shouldn’t do any more scams. 
Combustion Man On A Train:
Between “The Runaway” and “Nightmares And Daydreams”. Aang calls the assassin Combustion Man.
Swordbending and No Benders Allowed:
Between “The Western Airtemple” and “The Southern Raiders”.
Love Is A Battlefield, Dragon Days:
Between “The Firebending Masters” and “The Southern Raiders” since Aang can firebend. The Flashback obviously takes place before Aang was frozen.
Game Time:
Somewhere around “The Ember Island Players”.
Toph vs. Bumi, Round 1:
During “Sozin's Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters”.
The last two stories, “New Recruits” and “Gym Time” aren’t part of the time line.

I would say that “Zuko’s Story” is in an odd position when it comes to canon. I believe it is supposed to be canon with Shyamalan’s movie, but it has never been stated what that makes it with the rest of the franchise. I have read it once, and, aside from the artwork for Zuko and Iroh, it is pretty much compatible with the show’s timeline. An odd thing is that Azula’s appearance in it doesn’t match what she looks like in the film, but matches what she looks like in the cartoon. It’s kind of an odd gray area for canon.

The graphic novels follow after the end of the original cartoon, and follow each other, so there aren’t really any questions on where they should be placed.
The Free Comic Day shorts are though a little harder to place, and may as well take place parallel to the graphic novels rather than in between them.
Rebound:
After “The Promise, part 2” but before “Smoke and Shadows”.
Shells and Sisters:
Both take place after “The Promise”, but I doubt more can be said for certain. “Shells” could be in the week between “The Promise” and “The Search”, but it is not clear. “Sisters” requires Toph to be in the Firenation Capital, which I’m not sure we have seen yet in the comics.

I think that’s all I can say about this for the moment.
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« Reply #5 on: May 30, 2015 04:33 am »


Don’t Blow It!:
Also hard to pin down, my best guess would be that it could be placed around “The Storm” and “The Blue Spirit” because there is a cold going around between the kids.

good point about "dont blow it" but it couldnt take place near then because in the comic katara has her necklace. she didnt get it back until "bato of the water tribe" (115). and in one panel it is shown that the gang is in a wide forest with mountains on both sides. and if i look at the map. they past over a place like that after (115) and (116).
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« Reply #6 on: May 30, 2015 05:18 am »

Yes you are right, I had forgotten about that. I was just skimming though the book, I guess could keep my eyes a bit more open, occasionally there can be some rather important details that are easy to overlook.
I hadn’t even looked at the map; I was mostly just going by the comics themselves. Where did you find that map? I have seen it a few times before, but I have never really heard where it originates from.
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« Reply #7 on: May 30, 2015 05:22 am »

Hmm, this sounds like an interesting idea, let’s give it a try.

The lost adventures:

Lessons:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it and Aang is trying to learn how to earthbend.

Sokka The Avatar:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it.

Dirty Is Only Skin Deep:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since Toph is in it. I don’t think t could be placed between “The Desert” and “The Serpent’s Pass” because Aang is too happy during the story.

Divided We Fall:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it. Maybe the trip to Hiroku Canyon is one of the vacations mentioned in “The Library”?

Reach For The Toph:
Between “The Blind Bandit” and “The Chase” or between “Bitter Work” and “The Library” since both Toph and Appa are in it.

Night Animals and Boys’ Day Out:
Hard to place, but probably between “The Headband” and “Sokka’s Master” since Sokka doesn’t appear to have his sword yet.

Monster Slayer:
Between “The Runaway” and “Nightmares And Daydreams” since Sokka has his sword in it, and Katara mentions that they shouldn’t do any more scams.  

Swordbending and No Benders Allowed:
Between “The Western Airtemple” and “The Southern Raiders”.

Love Is A Battlefield, Dragon Days:
Between “The Firebending Masters” and “The Southern Raiders” since Aang can firebend. The Flashback obviously takes place before Aang was frozen.

Game Time:
Somewhere around “The Ember Island Players”.
 
Rebound:
After “The Promise, part 2” but before “Smoke and Shadows”.

Shells and Sisters:
Both take place after “The Promise”, but I doubt more can be said for certain. “Shells” could be in the week between “The Promise” and “The Search”, but it is not clear. “Sisters” requires Toph to be in the Firenation Capital, which I’m not sure we have seen yet in the comics.


im still rereading the comics and re watching episodes and comparing them to where you placed them. i will update the list as i go. nice job.

i placed "its only natural" before "the bridge" because the earth king left chameleon bay before the gang boat napped the ship. and i placed "going home again" after aang wakes up because in that comic starts off with them still at ba sing se. and ends with them arriving home, where in "the awakening" episode they were still at sea in the start. the comic overlaps with the episode.

i found the map on reddit after hours of looking. i had it printed out and now i have it as a poster on my wall. i also have a 10800X7200 size that includes Iroh and zuko on the tail sipping tea


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« Reply #8 on: May 30, 2015 02:13 pm »

I more or less agree with the placement you've put together (except for Relics, all those Book Water comics could take place anywhere between King of Omashu and The Northern Air Temple, IMO), but I don't think The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story is officially canon to the animated series or its related media. Zuko's story was written to not directly contradict anything in the cartoon, and its authors wrote the various Nick Magazine comics, but there's still no official link between it and the cartoon verse.

zukos story is canon. it is about what happened after his father banished him. and the end of the book crosses over with the first episode of TLA. when aang is free from the ice burg and a beam of light is shot into the sky

What's your source for it being canon?

As I said, it was written not to contradict anything in the cartoon, including Mai and Ty Lee's appearances, but it was actually written to tie in with M Nighty's The Last Airbender movie, hence why Zuko looks like Dev Patel, Iroh has dreadlocks, and none of the Firebenders create their own fire, but rather pull it from existing flames. The last page works with the cartoon, but it was also meant to work directly with Zuko's first scene in the live action movie.
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« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2015 03:13 pm »

im not looking for estimations. im looking for exact placement. but the estimations do help a bit. and for the flashback episodes i thought about that especially for beginnings and "the avatar and the firlord. and i left them there because they are spiritual visions. and are being experienced in the present.


Well you're not going to get exact placement for a lot of the comics, they simply don't give you an exact time frame.
I more or less agree with the placement you've put together (except for Relics, all those Book Water comics could take place anywhere between King of Omashu and The Northern Air Temple, IMO), but I don't think The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story is officially canon to the animated series or its related media. Zuko's story was written to not directly contradict anything in the cartoon, and its authors wrote the various Nick Magazine comics, but there's still no official link between it and the cartoon verse.

zukos story is canon. it is about what happened after his father banished him. and the end of the book crosses over with the first episode of TLA. when aang is free from the ice burg and a beam of light is shot into the sky

It portrays Zuko from the movie after his father banishes him.  So no, it's not canon.
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« Reply #10 on: May 30, 2015 03:46 pm »

I more or less agree with the placement you've put together (except for Relics, all those Book Water comics could take place anywhere between King of Omashu and The Northern Air Temple, IMO), but I don't think The Last Airbender Prequel: Zuko’s Story is officially canon to the animated series or its related media. Zuko's story was written to not directly contradict anything in the cartoon, and its authors wrote the various Nick Magazine comics, but there's still no official link between it and the cartoon verse.

zukos story is canon. it is about what happened after his father banished him. and the end of the book crosses over with the first episode of TLA. when aang is free from the ice burg and a beam of light is shot into the sky

It portrays Zuko from the movie after his father banishes him.  So no, it's not canon.

I see your point, (i never watch the movie.) i guess its not official. so i cant say 100% that it is canon. but it is canon for the movie, which is based off of the the first book of the animated series. so visual representation is wrong compared to the series. but the story has no contradictions. so if a fan wants to add more story to the series, its a good book. i guess it will always be a toss up between fans as some consider it more of the animated story. and others do not.

and as for the comics. i know that there isnt an official time frame for them. thats why i started the forum. using panels and quotes to eliminate where the comic doesnt take place and find the best estimated placement. if there had to be a place.
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