asami sato + red
Asami & Korra wearing Book 2 outfits.
by far the most requested LOK ship in my ask, so I drew them having a sleepover as kids
after all the amazingness that happened at SDCC, i was ready to wind down with a drawing.
congrats on renewing 3 more seasons, korra team!!! was so happy to hear the news! (love the new costumes. i’m gonna have to draw all of them now :D)
The Sexual Frustration of Avatar Korra
There is no good reason why they shouldn’t be best friends.
Asami was spot on in this conversation. As soon as the kiss is brought up Mako immediately tries to back peddle and find a way out. He wonders how she found out and becomes pissed off it was Bolin. Instead of apologizing, or even admitting it was true and grovelling for forgiveness, Mako gets annoyed. The dude is fucking work of art. How we are supposed to support him I will never know.
Asami rightly points out that he should not be trying to shift the moral blame of the convo onto his brother. He was the one who was kissing Korra and yet he won’t even admit it, let alone apologize. Mako was trying to deflect blame at this point and Asami stopped him right there. I thought this was the worst he could get in this episode, I was wrong.
The last scene confirmed everything I dislike about Mako. He is no longer being oblivious to leading these two girls on, he knows what is at stake and shows no qualms in putting his arm around Korra and leading her away in front of a disappointed Asami. The guy is a douche, plain and simple. It’s a shame that Korra isn’t like ‘what the fuck are you doing, aren’t you with Asami’, but she probably is just a bit distracted what with the bloody war. Mako on the other hand knows exactly what is going on now, and he’s made his choice. No apologies, no explanations, nothing. He wants Korra this week and he doesn’t even have the decency to break up with his girlfriend. Nice one, dude!
Short/Tall Korrasami buddies! Ugh. I really wanted more of this!
…I mean, damn. I know this feel. Haha.
<3 Tall friends always comparing heights.
Here’s to testing new waters.