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Variant For Steven Universe #25 Gabriele Bagnoli (Art); Terry Blas (Writing); Mike Fiorentino (Letters); Joana Lafunte (Colors); Jen Bartel, Missy Pena, Francesca Perrone and Xiao Tong Kong (Covers) KaBOOM! February 2019

It’s Do or Die Time for Lars in Steven Universe #25

Steven Universe #25 Gabriele Bagnoli (Art); Terry Blas (Writing);Mike Fiorentino (Letters); Joana Lafunte (Colors); Jen Bartel, Missy Pena, Francesca Perrone and Xiao Tong Kong (Covers) KaBOOM! February 27th, 2019 KaBOOM!’s successful Steven Universe ongoing has been a charming little treat of a book, and this issue continues the tradition. With its gentle colors, wonderful writing,…

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Steven Universe: Anti-Gravity is Walking on Air

Steven Universe: Anti-Gravity Rebecca Sugar (Series Creator),  Talya Perper (Writer),  Queenie Chan & Jenna Ayoub (Artists),  Laura Langston with Vladimir Popov & Eleonora Bruni (Colorists), Mike Fiorentino (Letterer), Sara Talmadge (Cover Artist) BOOM! Studios November 7th, 2017 BOOM! Studios’ graphic novel release Steven Universe: Anti-Gravity is as charming and wholesome as its source.

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Steven Universe: Art & Origins …and Racism

Over the weekend of July 15-16, Twitter came alive with more concerns about the Steven Universe team’s racial sensitivity/awareness. The show has already encountered critique from the viewership and blogosphere over previous instances in the show’s history where racial issues were not handled as well as they could have been: The fact that the diverse…

Previously on Comics: Yuri on Ice Meets Steven Universe?

Hello readers! What a week in comics we’ve had. Not only did the DC Expanded Universe finally release a movie that’s both a commercial and critical hit, Wonder Woman has set some serious milestones. Maybe we’ll finally get more superheroine movies directed by women and written by women. Can you imagine? But enough about live…

Just Butterflies: Steven Universe and Distress Tolerance

“Watch Steven Universe,” they said. “It’ll be fun,” they said. Alright, I’m joking, but Steven Universe certainly is unique in how it handles serious and pertinent topics such as queerness, characters who are coded as people of color (POC), and characters living with mental illness. The show’s depiction of mental healthcare in particular isn’t just…

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Steven Chewniverse: A Steven Universe Snackticle

We’re finally getting a new Steven Universe episode bomb and what better way to celebrate than to make Steven Universe-inspired snacks to eat while re-watching old eps or watching new ones! No matter if you’re an experienced competitor or just a rookie in the Restaurant Wars, Steven has a recipe (organized from easiest to hardest)…

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Why You Should Start Watching Steven Universe NOW

Three years ago, Cartoon Network introduced a show called Steven Universe. I recall my first impression from the commercials as being—well, not impressed. “It’s another show centering another cis male white character,” I sighed to myself. “Nobody ever wants to try anything new or groundbreaking.” But then I heard the show was by a woman…

Sunday Art Gala: Everybody Belongs in Steven Universe

Steven Universe has won the hearts of the women of WWAC. The show is a short-form cartoon that, somehow, at eleven minutes an episode–and under the guise of being a coming-of-age story of a 13-year-old half-human, half-gem–manages to also tell some pretty incredible stories. These stories include the meaning of friendship, the pain of unrequited…

“Bismuth” and Steven Universe’s Racial Coding Problem

Since season one, I have waved the flag for Steven Universe, going so far as to introduce it to my WWAC co-writers. Naturally, I was as excited as any devoted viewer when Cartoon Network announced the “Summer of Steven” in which we’d get at least two weeks of nightly episodes, including a couple of 22…

Urban Legends with the Crystal Gems: Review of Steven Universe #1

Steven Universe and the Crystal Gems #1 Josceline Fenton (writer), Chrystin Garland (illustrator), Leigh Luna (colorist), Jim Campbell (letters), Kat Leyh (cover) Kaboom! March 16, 2016 Disclaimer: A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher, and this review contains spoilers. In Steven Universe and the Crystal Gems, Steven treats the Gems to…

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