"Many things that seem threatening in the dark become welcoming when we shine a light on them."
The main criticism is the new animation studio that handled the CG was sub-par this season with lower quality effects that are glaringly obvious. Also there is a slight problem that crops up when a lot of what they show of the avatar history and a lot of character backstory was much more interesting than whatever Korra was actually doing, particularly around the middle of the season.
It picks up splendidly at the end with a quite rousing finale. The creators seem to have a knack for finales. Shame that the pro-bending was mostly absent this season, but understandable since it has nothing to do with the plot. Loved a lot of the throwbacks to the original series as well. Overall, much improved over the first season despite some minor pitfalls.
Episodes to See:
The Beginning: A 2-part episode that serves up some fantastic world-building with a unique artstyle.
Available in the usual haunts, iTunes, Amazon, Dvd, etc.
4 Misinformed knowledge foxes out of 5