[S2E1] Chapter Eleven
The Duffer Brothers felt that the second season should be treated more like a sequel rather than a continuation, and thus opted to call the second Stranger Things 2. This approach had some trepidation from Netflix, since the company felt movie sequels typically have a bad reputation, but the Duffer Brothers pointed out that there had been many successful sequels that surpassed the original film, and felt confident with this name. Despite revealing episode titles for the season in the announcement teaser in order "to provide some hint of where we were going in season two without giving anything away," Matt Duffer stated that some of the titles would change since there were some things "we didn't want to put on there because we felt like it would give too much away," and because "people are smart on the fucking internet" with fan-created "videos analyzing the chapter titles... right on a lot" of how the titles related to the plot of the season. In early October 2017, the Duffer Brothers revealed the final titles for the first six episodes of the season.
[S2E1] Chapter Eleven
"Avatar Aang continues his quest to master the four elements before the end of summer. Together with Katara, Sokka, Momo, and Appa, he journeys across the Earth Kingdom in search of an Earthbending mentor. Along the way, he confronts Princess Azula, treacherous daughter of Firelord Ozai and sister to Prince Zuko. More powerful than her brother, Azula will stop nothing to defeat the Avatar. But Aang and the gang find plenty of Earth Kingdom allies to help them along the way. From the swamps of the South to the Earth King's palace, Avatar: Book 2 is an adventure like no other. This deluxe box set includes all 20 action-packed chapters from Book 2: Earth."
Aftershock has not commented on its chapter 11 filing on social media. On December 1 it was announced that Australia's Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) had optioned an AfterShock graphic novel The Normals (opens in new tab) by creators Adam Glass for adaptation as the publisher listed the retailer final order cut-off for its as recently as Sunday, Decemer 18 for its crime thriller Bulls of Beacon Hill #1 (opens in new tab) by writer Steve Orlando and artist Andy MacDonald, which goes on sale January 25. 041b061a72