Avatar: The Last Airbender: Book 2

I can stop any time I want. Really, I can quit. I don’t have the title sequence nearly memorized. I don’t sit there with my mouth gaping wide open as flashes of the elemental katas are displayed over and over.

Nor do I hang on plot development cliffhangers, scratching my arms until I can click on the blue “Play” button near the next episode. I definitely didn’t squee when I recognized the voice actor of one of the Earth Nation’s capital city officials, and noted that he also plays in Carnivale. Also, I didn’t make a sad-face when I realized that this must have been one of the first entries made available for live streaming, due to all of the compression artifacts that show up through this series, but not others.

Nor am I giving it five stars. Definitely not.