Legend of Korra fans better get hyped for the San Diego Comic Con 2014 because the much anticipated Legend of Korra season 3 release date will be announced there if the reports are true.
Toonzone reported that fans can expect the Legend of Korra season 3 release date announcement at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego in July 2014.
Toonzone also reported that the animation studio behind Legend of Korra, Studio Mir, says that their animation work for Book 3 is finished, and now it is all up to Nickelodeon to announce when that will debut.
However there is one rumor that is going around that made fans happy because the Legend of Korra season 3 release date may come sooner than they think.
Even though nothing official has yet been announced, latest rumors suggest that “Legend of Korra” Season 3 is set for a July 1, 2014 premiere.
It has also been reported that the “Legend of Korra” season 3 (Book) titled “Change” is scheduled for release this summer, while the “Legend of Korra” Book Two titled “Spirits” will be premiered on Blu-ray and DVD on July 1.
IGN reports that Book Two will incorporate all the 14 episodes together with two exclusive behind the scenes clips, while featuring audio commentaries and the “Kindred Spirits” feature.
According to IGN, the Blu-ray special features will include audio commentaries, behind the scenes animation, some details regarding the show’s creation, a “retelling of Korra’s Journey,” and “Kindred Spirits,” which is basically a family tree of the relationships of the show.
In a recent post, animation director and co-creator of “Legend of Korra” Michael Dante DiMartino wrote, “The title of Book 3 is going to be called ‘Change.'” He added, “It’s all about Korra dealing with the change of the world in this point in time. At the end of Book 2 she says it’s a new era. And it really is and we’re going to show how Harmonic Convergence and her battle with Unalaq and Vaatu kind of shifted the world a bit.”
DiMartino further revealed, “We don’t have an airdate yet. We’re already working on the first few episodes of post-production for Book 3. So that’s all going very well.”