Aang Marble Trick: One of the greatest cartoons ever made is the Last Airbender. The focus of this show is on the growth of character, crisp animation, East Asian philosophy as well as adult topics mixing child-friendly comedy, smart writing, and a friendly tone making it easy to fall in love with the show.
The show was so successful that it won an update for an older audience with the original show. The core of the Last Airbender was Aang, a reliquary of the fallen civilization that was displaced from time to time. He was a childish and playful representation of the audience of the show, and he was generally happy.
Katara, the young waterbender who liberated him from his iceberg, was the key friendship he shared with any other character. He immediately fell in love with her and spent much of the series seeking a relationship with her, an effort he was ultimately successful in.
This canonical romance gave birth to the shippers of Kataang who love and adorate their love, resulting in their three children, who were very active in the spin-off show.