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- Evil Is Cool: Agni Army's outfits are, while very obviously evil, so very cool.
- Of course they are! They were obviously designed by Sho, the really cool hold-over from the last comic.
- Evil Is Sexy: Sho. And this is when we've only seen him on the poster so far.
- Fridge Logic: So if Zuko and Katara are both dead, then who's ruling the Fire Nation?
- Azula, maybe?
- Or maybe Sho and Mai took the country by force with this mysterious Agni Army?
- That looks likely now. Maybe it's not Fridge Logic just yet.
- If Lilith and Kuzon are bully meat for their parentage, why isn't Miracle? Sokka/Azula is just as much a Mixed Marriage as Zuko/Katara, and it's probably no secret that this Azula and the former Fire Nation Princess are one and the same except for the hair and personality transplant.
- Incest Yay Shipping: Let's see...the seemingly-adult Lilith and Kuzon both sleep in the same room, in separate beds that are not five feet away from each other, and their first dialogue together...well.
- This troper wonders if Kuzon and Miracle are meant to be Kissing Cousins, just to continue the same Steam Babies pattern the first comic started.
- Rooting for the Empire: We might as well acknowledge right now that Mai and Sho are probably going to get a lot more support from discerning audiences than the main characters will.
- Surprisingly Improved Sequel: "Improved" meaning "less eye-gougingly annoying," in this case. The typical Soap Opera cliches are still there, the pacing still needs work, and the art is still traced and copy-pasted. But, since this comic mainly concerns the OC Spin Offspring, and not their parent characters, it's considered to be just a tad bit more readable than its predecessor.
- Viewer Gender Confusion: The old healer woman at the Water Tribe and the angry old man in Bong Sing Se are cut-and-paste clones of each other, much like most of the background characters. This resulted in at least one reader assuming that they were both men.
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