Steven Universe is back with more action-packed, song-filled adventures! Join Steven and the Crystal Gems as they face-off against the dastardly Peridot. Meet new gem fusions like Rainbow Quartz and Sardonyx and uncover the mystery of the Cluster – a new threat to the entire earth. Lastly, find out how Garnet came to be “made of love” when her origin story is finally revealed.

Studio: Cartoon Network
Year: 2019
Release Date: April 16, 2019
Run time: 242 minutes
Rating: TV-PG

Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Disc Spec: 2 DVD
Region: A

What captured me to Steven Universe was definitely the unique art styling and amazing video game-like music. I watched the first episode not knowing what to expect, and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. It had an innocent, down to earth feeling that made me recall the happiness of my childhood and the struggles of learning my own talents. After that, I got hooked on everything, from all the characters to the grade A puns!

Each of the characters, minor and main, has their own personality that gives them life and humane attributes. If I’d imagine, I could probably see a Lars down the block, or maybe a Connie, reading in the library. Onion, by far, has to be my favorite, though, with his overall oddness and limited speech.

Movie Quality: 9/10

Special Features

  • Animatics for Sworn to the Sword, Keystone Motel, The Answer, We Need to Talk, Onion Friend, Catch and Release, Love Letters

Special Features: 2/10

Final Thoughts

This show is highly addictive and entertaining. I never expected it to be this great. It’s entertaining for the whole family. Best of all, the episodes are pretty short so you can binge watch easily.
Overall Rating: 9/10