Happy Halloween ma tsmuke and tsmukans. I wanted to celebrate by showing some of the extremely talented makeup artists, cosplayers, and fans of Avatar that have been showing up on my Instagram feed lately. I love that they are all super talented and created something similar, yet all are still different. There are different shades of blue, different stripes, and eyebrows, just showing us there are so many ways to accomplish the same thing and still look phenomenal. The artists come from all over the world. I hope these pictures can inspire you to create your own Na’vi costume for this Halloween, or even next year, the Instagram names with a link to each artists page is included above their photo. So if you see any you like give them a like or send them a message and let them know. Stay safe on Halloween everyone. The pumpkin above is from 2010 and shared by Fantasy Pumpkins. Check out their page for a really cool Toruk Makto pumpkin as well.
Julia is someone who I’ve followed since I first heard and saw this amazing music video I’ve shared below. She has a truly amazing voice and today the official Avatar account recognized her fantastic cosplay. Check her out, and let Avatar, James Cameron, and Jon Landau know if you’d like to hear her on one of the Avatar sequel soundtracks.
While we don’t have any official word on this release yet, Amazon UK had a pre-order up for a new Avatar series called Avatar-The High Ground. The pre-order has since been taken down but I took some screen shots last night when I saw it. The listing is brief but still tells us a lot of great information. Plus the cover looks fantastic.
This sounds really exciting. I have been waiting a long time to see what has happened on Pandora since Avatar ended, and we finally get to dive into that world again. I love that the book will be 96 pages, and is the first in a series of three. If the other two hold up we will be getting almost 300 pages of new Avatar goodness. I can’t wait to be introduced into the Sully family and revisit familiar faces and meet the all new ones. Being based of James Cameron’s unused sequel, and adapted by Sherri Smith almost assures us a fantastic story. Sherri was the writer of the previous Avatar comic series, Avatar-Tsu’tey’s Path. Even though the listing was pulled I hope it sticks to the January 23rd, 2020 release date and we will soon be diving back into some new Avatar goodness.
Big thanks to Nick for sharing this with me. Give him a follow, he’s a long time Avatar fan.