Avatar: The Last Airbender--Suki, Alone - Faith Erin Hicks, Peter Wartman & Adele Matera

Avatar: The Last Airbender--Suki, Alone

By Faith Erin Hicks, Peter Wartman & Adele Matera

  • Release Date: 2021-07-27
  • Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
Score: 4.5
From 59 Ratings


Even a Kyoshi Warrior can find herself in trouble.

Suki is captured by the Fire Nation and brought to the Boiling Rock, a grim prison in the middle of a dormant volcano. Separated from Team Avatar and her Kyoshi Warrior sisters, she decides to build her own community among other prisoners. But it's going to take more than an encouraging word to build trust among so many frightened people. Suki will need to draw on all her resources to do it, and even that might not be enough.

Enjoy all-new material from Faith Erin Hicks (The Nameless City; The Adventures of Superhero Girl) and Peter Wartman (Stonebreaker), with colors by Adele Matera. Written in consultation with original series writer Tim Hedrick!


  • Good but it great

    By canchriswin
    This story is good because it finally gives us some background information about Suki, an often forgotten member of Team Avatar. The ending of the story blends seamlessly into the Boiling Rock episodes from the show in a way that makes you appreciate Sokka and Zuko’s arrival even more. That being said, there are a couple of cliché story tropes and the hurdle that Suki comes across while in the prison is predictable. It’s only made up by the beautiful artwork and a special appearance by an iconic Avatar.
  • Suki alone review

    By Artistic Skillet
    This book is really good, it covers a bit of the time that Suki spent in boiling rock prison as well as flashbacks of her life. I highly recommend it