A:TLA is the last show on Nickelodeon that doesn't portray good and evil. Instead, the show portrays neutrality, flawed people, mistakes, and perspective. It was even stated on page 147 of the book written by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, Avatar: The Last Airbender - Art of the Animated Series.
Many "fans" are in unreasonable denial of this fact and continue to think A:TLA is simplistic.
"The fact that Hama was once friends with Katara's grandmother, Kanna, illustrated a core philosophy of the series: people aren't good or evil, but are either in balance or out of balance." - Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, Avatar: The Last Airbender - Art of the Animated Series, page 147.
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