Azula is an antagonistic and sadistic princess of the Fire Nation from the Nickelodeon series, "Avatar: The Last Airbender".

She is very skilled in a the psychokinetic arts of Firebending as well as electrokinesis.

She first appeared in the first episode of Ethan: The S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent, "Azula Strikes" where she escaped her confinement in The Boiling Rock (while in the comics, she was kept in a mental institute), showing no signs of her insanity or delusions despite what happened in the original series. She met a Heylin Sorcerer named Chase Young, who wished to destroy Ethan. With Chase aware of Ethan's willingness to help those in need, the two conspired to draw him out and invaded a small village. As predicted, Ethan, along with Sakura, Kakashi, Alura and Sam, came to the village's aid. Although in the end, the two suffered a humiliating defeat when Ethan exposed her weakness, her short fiery temper, using it against her.

Trivia Edit

- Azula was voiced by veteran voice actress, Grey DeLisle-Griffith, who did a number of voice works for Nickelodeon, her most notable role include the psychotically abusive babysitter, Vicky, from The Fairly OddParents, the teen goth, Samantha Manson, from Danny Phantom and Kitty Katswell from T.U.F.F. Puppy.

- Azula's imprisonment in Batthan's fanfiction greatly deviates from what happened to her in the Avatar comics. In the final page of "The Promise" and beginning of "The Search", she was kept in a mental institute, receiving psychological care. After being allowed out of the institute by her (possible) half-brother, Zuko, who was yearning to search for their mother, but needed Azula's assistance, Azula had delusions of her mother and showed signs of intense paranoia believing her mother, Zuko and Team Avatar were conspiring against her. But in Ethan: The S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent, she was imprisoned in The Boiling Rock, she shows no signs of her absent sanity nor is she shown suffering from delusions of her mother whatsoever.