Articles Posted in the " Steven Universe " Category

  • Steven Universe Podcast a Must-Listen for Fans

    The official Steven Universe Podcast just wrapped a first season filled with great interviews and awesome behind-the-scenes insight into the Cartoon Network show. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • “Fusion for Beginners and Experts” Dancing to Bookshelves in December

    The latest offering from Penguin Random House and Cartoon Network Books is Fusion for Beginners and Experts by Rebecca Sugar and Angie Wang. The 64-page middle grade book will be released on December 26, 2017. Steven Universe has a plethora of extra-canonical content, including the recently released soundtrack, comics, and cute, fun books like Fusion […]


  • Steven Universe Soundtrack Rockets Up Billboard Charts

    Steven Universe Soundtrack: Volume 1 was launched on June 2nd across all major digital platforms. Less than two weeks later, it has proven to be an out-of-this world hit. Fans clamored for the chance to listen to lovingly remastered songs from the Emmy-nominated television series, catapulting the Steven Universe Soundtrack up the billboard charts worldwide. […]


  • Steven Universe 5×04 Review: Lars’ Head

    There’s no getting around the fact that Steven Universe: Wanted featured some heavy episodes, but what we learned in “Lars’ Head” was – in my opinion, at least – one of the most important revelations in a while. At the end of the previous episode, “Off Colors”, Lars essentially sacrificed himself to save the titular […]


  • Steven Universe 5×03 Review: “Off Colors”

    Steven Universe: Wanted… and hunted! By killer robonoids! Thus, Steven and Lars go into hiding deep in Homeworld’s underbelly, where they meet four (or five, or eleven) Gems ostracized by society for being “Off Colors.” “Off Colors” follows the direct aftermath of “The Trial,” right after Blue Diamond’s Palanquin has plummeted to the ground. Steven and […]


  • Steven Universe 5×02 Review: “The Trial”

    We open on a featureless, pastel void. Steven is being held in a prison cell from Homeworld, separated from all his friends and allies, waiting to be judged and punished for his mother’s rebellion. Will he be found guilty? Let’s find out in “The Trial”. Honestly, part of me is impressed that Homeworld even has […]


  • Steven Universe 5×01 Review: “Stuck Together”

    Steven has turned himself in to Aquamarine and Topaz in order to save his human friends. But Lars was left behind, and now he and Steven find themselves en route to Homeworld in “Stuck Together.” - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Steven Universe Soundtrack Volume 1 Review

    Since its inception, music has been at the core of Steven Universe. Built on a background of musical theater, with leitmotifs and fusion dances written into the very fabric of the show’s lore and mythology, the show has delighted viewers with its wonderful music. Steven Universe Soundtrack Volume 1 is a collection of practically every […]


  • Steven Universe 4×25 Review: “I Am My Mom”

    Connie and Steven’s friends are trapped inside a Topaz fusion, ready to be sent to the human zoo, and the Crystal Gems have no means of following them. The only thing keeping Aquamarine from blasting off immediately is her search for a final human, ‘My Dad’, who doesn’t actually exist. In “I Am My Mom”, […]


  • Steven Universe 4×24 Review: Are You My Dad

    We’re four episodes in to this Stevenbomb, and “Are You My Dad” was the first time any Gem other than Steven showed up; that alone made me love the first couple minutes. Unfortunately, I can’t say the same for the rest of “Are You My Dad”. While Steven Universe is no stranger to body horror, […]