Join host and superfan McKenzie Atwood every week for an all-access tour inside Steven Universe! Meet the cast, crew and characters themselves as McKenzie goes one-on-one in exclusive interviews with the creative team who inhabit Steven Universe.
It's the last new podcast episode of the season and we asked the cast and Cartoon Network Executive team to submit questions to Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey! They tackle everything from design to wormholes to escapism to advice to your younger self and dreaming big. Then former writers Matt Burnett and Ben Levin sit down with Rebecca to discuss lessons learned, achieving goals, and what they hope people take away from the show. And finally, Kat Morris and Joe Johnston return to answer a last batch of Fan Q&A!
It's a celebration of the fandom! Zach Callison (voice of Steven), Deedee Magno Hall (voice of Pearl), Michaela Dietz (voice of Amethyst), Matthew Moy (voice of Lars), and Storyboard Artists Miki Brewster and Lamar Abrams tackle everything from gem weapon of choice to creating their own storylines to favorite scenes and hardest ones to voice and create to memorable studio moments and best-loved characters!
The epic Steven Universe season finale is being discussed in great detail with many of those responsible for its creation - creator Rebecca Sugar, co-Executive Producers Kat Morris and Joe Johnston, writers Matt Burnett and Ben Levin, and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey. They cover everything from the design and casting of the new fusions, the reformed Gems, the Diamonds' relationships, Steven's confrontation with White Diamond, the giant foot, Pink Steven, and "Change Your Mind," the beautiful song that ends the whole finale.
Zach Callison (voice of Steven), Michaela Dietz (voice of Amethyst), and Deedee Magno-Hall (voice of Pearl) return to talk "Diamond Days!" They breakdown the big White Diamond reveal, the Party Pearls, Steven's nightmare in "Together Alone," and the return of Opal! You'll also hear what it was like for Zach to voice the Watermelon Stevens and the Pebbles, and his thoughts on doing harmonies for "Escapism" (a song that Rebecca Sugar previewed on this very podcast over a year ago!).
Estelle joins the Steven Universe Podcast to talk about Garnet! Hear about her audition process (and the other character she auditioned for), her relationship with Rebecca Sugar, and what it's like recording with the rest of the amazing cast. Estelle also speaks to Garnet and Steven's special bond, filming the video for "Stronger Than You," and singing "Here Comes A Thought" as a duet with AJ Michalka! Plus, Estelle answers your questions, including her gem weapon of choice, her favorite moment in the show so far, and where Ruby and Sapphire might go on their honeymoon.
There would be no Steven Universe without Rebecca Sugar. Her incredible creative talent and vision gave rise to the beloved characters, worlds, and stories, and with the help of some other wildly gifted animators and storytellers, she was able to share Steven Universe with the masses. And in this special episode, some of the artists who helped develop and shape Steven Universe share their experiences working alongside Rebecca, the lessons they learned, and what they hope to carry forward in their own respective shows. Former Steven Universe writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett, former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey, and Rebecca's very first storyboard partner, Adam Muto, chronicle Rebecca's animation journey and pay tribute to her well-deserved success.
It's an episode devoted to Lars with Matthew Moy, the voice of Lars, and Storyboard Artist Lamar Abrams (who also happens to be the voice of Buck Dewey). Hear about "Bingo Bongo," Lar's Pilipino heritage & love of Ube, and his complicated relationships with Sadie and Steven. You'll also discover the original ideas for Lars' brief death and quick resurrection, his adventures in space, and what both Lamar and Matthew wish for Lars' future (might it involve his own song?)!
It's a special Thanksgiving episode especially for the fans featuring answers to your submitted questions, and a special behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Crossover Nexus! Rebecca Sugar, Ian Jones-Quartey, and "OK KO" Executive Producer Toby Jones takes us deep inside Crossover Nexus and reveal storylines and characters they were forced to cut due to time, last minute additions they managed to squeeze in, and some of their personal favorite moments in the special episode. Then, Rebecca, Ian, and Steven Universe Co-Executive Producers Kat Morris and Joe Johnston answer your questions (like would the zircons drink coffee? What are some of the craziest ideas they've come up with for Steven, and which Steven Universe character do you wish was playable in Smash Brothers)?
There have been some amazing crossovers and collaborations in the world of Steven Universe - "Say Uncle" with the "Uncle Grandpa" team, Save The Light with Grumpyface Studios, the "Mindful Education" episode with animator Tokafumi Hori, and of course, Monopoly. So creator Rebecca Sugar, and Co-Executive Producers Kat Morris and Joe Johnston return to detail how each was conceived and executed, and to share some anecdotal stories that happened along the journey to bring each collaboration and crossover to the fans.
Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey return to provide a detailed look at the creation and execution of "Reunited." Rebecca reveals her original idea for the wedding, the inspiration she drew from old movies like "Fiddler On The Roof" and "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum," and why it was so important for her to get "Reunited" made. Rebecca and Ian also discuss the different fighting styles and abilities of the Diamonds, everybody's wedding outfits, Ronaldo's armor and sword, the Cluster, and how the entire Steven Universe series is so informed by "The Wizard Of Oz!"
Co-ExecutiveProducers Kat Morris and Joe Johnston are talking about Steven Universe relationships, but not just those between the characters! They are also providing some insight to the crewniverse and the various storyboard teams that bring the episodes to life. Discover who does the best villain work, who loves word play, who spearheaded "The Proposal" episode, and who draws the best Rose! Kat and Joe also reveal their own personal favorites when it comes to characters, episodes, and storylines, and also detail a great behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the "Steven Universe: The Movie" teaser that premiered at SDCC.
Kimberly Brooks, who voices Jasper, joins Michaela Dietz, the voice of Amethyst, and Storyboard Artist and Character Designer, Amber Cragg to discuss Jasper! They breakdown Jasper as a character, her relationship with both Amethyst and Lapis, why she's so relatable to fans, and what they hope to see in Jasper's future (can you say "redemption arc" or maybe "yoga instructor"?). Plus, Kimberly shares the story of her audition, and what inspired Jasper's amazing voice.
The big reveal that Rose is Pink Diamond has taken a toll on the characters of Steven Universe! Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido, Erica Luttrell who voices Sapphire, and DeeDee Magno Hall, who voices Pearl, weigh in on the impact it's had on Pearl, Sapphire, and Ruby, and their various relationships, and what it's revealed to them about love, other Gems, and humanity in general. They also discuss the beautiful wedding and all of the detail that went into creating the special episode. Plus, Erica and DeeDee share how Steven Universe and the amazing fans have affected their respective personal lives.
Rebecca Sugar and Ian Jones-Quartey talk The Heart of the Crystal Gems and how the big Pink Diamond reveal affected Steven and all the Gems! They speak to the return of Bismuth, how Rose has shaped Amethyst, Garnet, and Pearl's respective natures, Ruby and Sapphire's big reunion and the importance of the "choice" they made, and they unpack the Batman/Bat Cave theory and the easter eggs they've planted in episodes for fans leading to its discovery. They share what inspired the storylines, and the road they traveled to reach this point. Rebecca and Ian also provide more details about the huge Steven Universe San Diego Comic Con announcements - "Steven Universe: The Movie," and "Crossover Nexus!"
Michaela Dietz, who voices Amethyst, Storyboard Artist Lamar Abrams, and Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido return to talk about "Made of Honor" and "Reunited." Discover what it took to the get the very special "Reunited" two-parter made, what inspired all of the great wedding outfits, and how they all feel about the return of Bismuth! Plus, hear the crewniverse's thoughts on Steven's maturity, the importance of owning mistakes, and the changing dynamics of Steven and Garnet's relationship.
There is nothing "mini" about this fullsized episode! Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido, Storyboard Artist Lamar Abrams, and Michaela Dietz, the voice of Amethyst, have the inside scoop on "Now We're Only Falling Apart," "What's Your Problem," and "The Question." Discover what inspired Amethyst shapeshifting into a horse, what it was like writing that beautiful proposal, and how Michaela feels about Amethyst's newfound maturity. Plus, you'll hear why communication is key and everybody should have a good support system.
Michaela Dietz (voice of Amethyst), DeeDee Magno Hall (voice of Pearl), and Shelby Rabara (voice of Peridot) are back discussing Lapis' big return and song, "the feels," and the mic-dropping Pink Diamond reveal.
Shelby Rabara (voice of Peridot), Michaela Dietz (voice of Amethyst), and DeeDee Magno Hall (voice of Pearl) speak to recording the Improv scene in this episode, the benefits of having the USPS in your head, Jamie The Hot Mailman, Peridot's possible fondness for Carrot Top, and ruining recording takes in the booth. They also speculate on the first thing Pearl did with her new cellular phone.
Michaela Dietz (voice of Amethyst), DeeDee Magno Hall (voice of Pearl), and Shelby Rabara (voice of Peridot) return to discuss the impact of Garnet's future vision, her new wardrobe in "Pool Hopping," the mysterious one-eyed cat, and the importance of living in the moment!
Sadie Killer and The Suspects are the hot ticket in town on "The Big Show," and DeeDee Magno Hall (voice of Pearl), Michaela Dietz (voice of Amethyst), and Shelby Rabara (voice of Peridot) make a friendship pact about Sadie on this special episode. They also discuss Lars and Sadie's bond, appreciating your parents, and the genius of Steven Universe (the boy and the series).
DeeDee Magno Hall, who voices Pearl, Michaela Dietz, who voices Amethyst, and Shelby Rabara, the voice of Peridot speak to the style, color, and message of this special episode that features Garnet sharing Rose's story with the Off Colors, and also share some thoughts on the importance of music throughout the Steven Universe series.
Garnet finally gets her due on the Steven Universe Podcast! Creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey return to reveal why Garnet is especially meaningful to them personally, what hints they deliberately included in the pilot pointing to Garnet being a fusion, and how it ended up that she never asks questions... ever! Co-Executive Producer Joe Johnston and Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido also return to speak to writing for Garnet versus Ruby and Sapphire individually, and some of their favorite Garnet moments. Plus, Erica Luttrell, the voice of Sapphire, recalls her audition and offers a great behind-the-scenes look at what it's like working the voice over booth with Rebecca Sugar!
Fusions are very special characters in the Steven Universe world, and creator Rebecca Sugar and former EP Ian Jones-Quartey explain all the planning that goes into their unveiling. You'll also hear about the early development stages for Smokey Quartz and Sardonyx, what inspired Stevonnie, and all of the clues in the pilot that pointed to Garnet being two separate Gems. Plus, AJ Michalka, voice of Stevonnie, talks about her audition process, finding the right voice for this special Fusion, and how singing has helped her voice over acting. And Stevonnie also joins to answer a few fan questions.
Homeworld has a very rigid, conformist society, but was it always that way? Creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey explain Gem culture and roles in Homeworld, why being different is taboo there, and why Off Colors are so important to the show. And, Co-Executive Producer Joe Johnston and Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido talk Homeworld design both pre and post-War, and how they set the stage for the Homeworld reveal. Plus, Erica Luttrell, voice of fan-favorite Padparadscha, explains her love of Steven Universe and her character's wonderful ability to predict the future... after it happens.
Rose Quartz, Bismuth, and Jasper are the focus of this episode of the Steven Universe Podcast as take a closer look at Earth Gems! Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar, former EP, Ian Jones-Quartey, Director Joe Johnston, and Supervising Director Kat Morris detail Bismuth's origins (including how she came to be in Lion's mane), Jasper's personality development, and Steven's complicated view of his mother, Rose Quartz. Discover which characters have been around since the pilot days, who was added as the series developed, and how Rose's storyline gets factored into each episode's planning.
Lapis Lazuli may have left Earth, but she made one quick stop before her ultimate departure, and that was here on the Steven Universe Podcast! She's talking about being trapped in a mirror, her feelings about shoes, and why she loves a good fart joke! And Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey provide insight into the background and development of Lapis, the significance of her gem placement, and what her departure from Earth means for her character on the show. Plus, actress Jennifer Paz, who voices Lapis, and Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido share their favorite Lapis moments and episodes.
We're spotlighting Steven Universe's best-friend, Connie, on the Steven Universe Podcast! Grace Rolek, who voices Connie, and Zach Callison, the voice of Steven, talk about their characters' friendship, and recent struggles on the series. And creator Rebecca Sugar and former EP Ian Jones-Quartey explain Connie's sword, her relationship with the Gems, and the yin & yang that dictate Connie and Steven's respective designs and personalities. Plus, Connie drops in to talk about school, Stevonnie, and her fabulous new haircut!
Pearl is the focus of The Steven Universe Podcast, and Deedee Magno Hall, who voices her, shares thoughts on her "Pearl-fectness," and her relationship with Rose and Amethyst. Michaela Dietz (the voice of Amethyst) also joins to weigh in on that Pearl-Amethyst dynamic, and Pearl's maternal instinct. Then, Supervising Director Joe Johnston and Jeff Liu stop by to discuss the very Pearl-centric (and Emmy-nominated) "Mr. Greg" episode! And creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey offer all sorts of insight into the creation of Pearl - from her hair to her nose to her obsession with the past! And if you're wondering if Pearl is going to get her driver's license! Well, Pearl herself answers that directly.
Why does Peridot call everyone a "clod?" Find out on this episode of the Steven Universe Podcast as creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey return to discuss Peridot! Discover what inspired her design and personality traits, and how Rebecca's real life experiences shaped Peridot's development and storyline. Plus, Shelby Rabara, the voice of Peridot, and storyboard artist Amber Cragg join to share their favorite Peridot moments and episodes, and speculate on how Peridot is spending her free time away from the Gems! And Peridot herself answers some fan questions about best pets, earth fashion, and the Crystal Temps!
The Steven Universe Podcast is celebrating Amethyst... with creator Rebecca Sugar, former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey, Michaela Dietz (who voices Amethyst), and Deedee Magno Hall (who voices Pearl). Discover what inspired Amethyst's weapon and shapeshifting abilities, some of the original design ideas for her character, why she's the one who's changed the most over the course of the series, and what Amethyst represents about Rebecca Sugar's real-life relationship with her brother, Steven. Plus, Amethyst and Pearl both join the pod to talk favorite shapeshifts, snacks, and the benefit of a good remote control!
Rebecca Sugar and Ian Jones-Quartey join the "Steven Universe Podcast" to kick off Volume 2, which is dedicated to the people and places that make up the "Steven Universe" World! And starting things off, an in-depth look at the star of the animated series, Steven Universe. Rebecca and Ian reveal Steven's early incarnation, how his personality developed, and the big milestones they had planned for him since the series' inception. Plus, Zach Callison, who voices Steven, and Grace Rolek, who voices Steven's best friend, Connie, weigh-in on the characters' relationship, their favorite moments in the series, and the songs they love singing! And then Steven Universe himself stops by to answer a few fan questions!
Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey talk about the only Steven Universe episode not to feature Steven Universe! Discover the importance of the dream sequence, how the whole episode evolved from an image of Stevonnie backpacking through a jungle, and the many parallels to "It Could've Been Great."
Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and former Executive Producer Ian Jones-Quartey explain the origin of "Lars Of The Stars," why Emerald had to be special, and they reveal what was initially going to happen to Lars on Earth!
Steven Universe writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett share the inside scoop on Kevin, Lion, and Clarence! They also provide some background info on the Blackberry, and how they both ended up in the episode!
Storyboard artist Lamar Abrams talks about the character bonding and "slice of life" moments he wove into "Sadie Killer!" He also reveals what it's like writing dialogue for "Buck," the character he voices, and what inspired the music jam session that Steven enjoys with his friends.
Steven Universe writer Ben Levin is talking about "Gemcation!" Find out where the Beach House was originally going to be, what made Greg the driving force in this particular episode, and why the bit with Garnet is Ben's favorite scene.
Storyboard artist Lamar Abrams wove a bit of his family into the "Dewey Wins" episode, along with some Ocean Park jokes. You'll also discover who inspired Nanefua, and why she's Lamar's favorite character to write for.
"Off Colors" is the Steven Universe episode that introduced fan-favorite Padparadscha, provided a more detailed look at Homeworld, and focused on Steven and Lars' relationship! And those are just a few of the things that writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett discuss in this episode of the pod! Steven Universe Creator Rebecca Sugar also returns to answer some fan Q&A including a question about Lars' character development and initial ideas! Plus, former Steven Universe Executive Producer, Ian Jones-Quartey, tackles a few questions involving the "Rule Of Cool" and fun facts about Opal!
"I Am My Mom" is the focus of discussion with Steven Universe writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett. Discover how they worked in the callback to "Marble Madness," what inspired Aquamarine and Topaz, where the hostage scenario idea originated, and who would win in a fight between Lapis and Aquamarine. Plus, Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido returns with some college advice, movie tips, and the reason why "Beach City Drift" was the hardest episode she ever boarded.
Blue Diamond was introduced in "Steven's Dream," and promptly kidnapped Greg! It was a huge storyline that involved big collaboration among the crewniverse! Writers Matt Burnett and Ben Levin remember details from the planning stages, what was changed during the boarding process, and why this episode is home to one of the most meta jokes of the entire series!
"Last One Out of Beach City" is all about Pearl's own self-discovery and awareness, and features a great guest shot from musician Mike Krol, a very cool car chase with Pearl behind-the-wheel, and a tip of the hat to everyone's favorite teen movies! That's why Steven Universe writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett return to the pod to not only explain how all of these magical ideas originated, but to also offer insight into how they made them work together! Plus, Ben and Matt field more of your questions as they speak to continuity and building Steven Universe stories from a single sketch or feeling.
"Monster Reunion" is the topic of discussion with Steven Universe writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett! Discover how the episode was originally supposed to start and why that idea was scrapped in favor of "MC Bear Bear," why they decided to bring both Centipeetle and Steven's healing powers back in this episode, and what inspired their clever use of flashback to tell Centipeetle's Gem story. Plus, Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido joins to answer fan questions including how she approaches training new storyboard artists, what part of her job she enjoys most, and which artist doodles have (and have not) found their way into episodes.
Steven Universe writers Matt Burnett and Ben Levin talk about the two-parter, "Mirror Gem / Ocean Gem." Discover what changed about the episode from origination to completion, the injury that Greg was supposed to sustain, the Gems big fight scene, the development of Lapis' personality, and the many callbacks to previous episodes that were worked into this two-parter. Plus, Matt and Ben answer fan questions including music that inspires their writing, why the show doesn't feature many pop culture references or puns, and how they view collaborate with storyboard artists in general.
Writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett have plenty of inside info on the making of "Storm In The Room." Find out which memorable scene was a must-include in the episode, what dialogue was most fun to write, how they balance the funny and the emotional arcs in the story, and why it was so important for Steven to finally meet his mother. Plus, storyboard artists Jeff Liu and Joe Johnston answer more fan questions including how they write for Stevonnie, which jokes they've had to cut from episodes, and the difference between writing comics and writing for animation.
Steven Universe writers Ben Levin and Matt Burnett give an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at this fan favorite, and pivotal episode that revealed Garnet is a fusion! They share what went into the writing to capture the emotion of the moment, what had to be cut at the last minute to make the story work, which came first - the Garnet fusion reveal or the Peridot arc, and what they thought about the fan reaction when the episode finally aired. Plus, storyboard artists Jeff Liu and Joe Johnston answer your questions. And creator Rebecca Sugar makes a surprise appearance to weigh in on "Jailbreak."
It's the season finale of the Steven Universe Podcast, and that means both Rebecca and Steven Sugar return to share the stories from their childhood that directly inspired some of the episodes. Rebecca is also answering YOUR questions about the show, the characters, fan theories, video games, and the pineapple pizza debate. Plus, Rebecca brought along her ukulele and debuts a brand new, never-before-heard song from an upcoming episode of Steve Universe.
If you're a Steven Universe fan, and your dream is to someday work on the show, then this episode is for you! Storyboard Revisionist Maya Petersen and Storyboard Artist Amber Cragg share their incredible stories about how fan art and fandom led them to joining the crewniverse! Cartoon Network Games Creative Director Mario Piedra, and Chris Graham who designed the mobile game, "Attack The Light," and upcoming console game "Save The Light," also turned their love of Steven Universe into jobs! And Youtube Star and superfan Thomas Sanders reveals how he discovered the show and started working with the cast.
Rebecca Sugar assembled a team of ridiculously talented people to bring Steven Universe to life, and you'll find out how she managed to do that! You'll also discover why diversity in background, culture, and life experiences was crucial to her selection process, how the respective crewniverse members' influences make their way into the show, and what really happens during those crewniverse writer retreats! Plus, if you're wondering why it takes 10 months for a new Steven Universe episode to make its way to you, Producer Jackie Buscarino and Production Manager Lisa Zunich will fill you in. And if it moves on Steven Universe, then Animation Director Nick DeMayo and Animatic Editor Lauren Hecht were involved! They've got favorite moments & episodes to share, and reveal some of the scenes and characters they fought to save from the cutting room floor (remember that crab?!)!
The Steven Universe crewniverse is filled with amazingly talented people, and more than a few have gone on to create their own shows! Ian Jones-Quartey had a huge impact in bringing Steven Universe to life with creator Rebecca Sugar, and now he's launched his own series, "OK KO." Ben Levin and Matt Burnett wrote many memorable Steven Universe episodes, and are now gearing up to launch their own show, "Craig Of The Creek." All three share stories and behind-the-scenes tidbits from their days on Steven Universe, and also provide a sneak peek at their own respective series and what's coming up for their characters.
It's the music of Steven Universe with Rebecca Sugar, composer Aivi Tran, and Jeff Liu and Jeff Ball! They share some amazing stories about what inspires the music, how certain song ideas change and grow through the creative process, what it took to make the "Mr. Greg" episode, and how they approach composing music for various characters, including the Gems. Plus, Rebecca's thoughts on "Mr. Greg's" Emmy nomination, and she also shares some of her ukulele demos exclusively with us!
The Steven Universe designers are responsible for the look, style, and color of the show. So today, we've got Art Director Liz Artinian, Lead Background Designer Steven Sugar, background designers Jane Bak and Mary Nash, colorist Efrain Farias, along with Danny Hynes and Aleth Romanillos, who do the early design work for the episodes, to talk about the real-life places and objects (and classic video games) that inspired the look of everything from Beach City to Homeworld to the characters themselves. We'll hear about their favorite episodes to create, their most challenging design moments, and their proudest design achievements.
The Gems join the podcast! Shelby Rabara, the voice of Peridot, Jennifer Paz who voices Lapis, Deedee Magno Hall who voices Pearl, and Michaela Dietz, the voice of Amethyst have stories about their respective auditions, working together and with other castmembers in the booth, what they love best about their characters and the show, and which other Gems they were originally considered to voice! Plus, Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar returns to talk about the origin of the Gems, and what it took to find the perfect voices to play them.
Have you ever wondered how a Steven Universe episode is created? Well, here's your chance to meet the storyboard artists, revisionists, supervisors and directors who bring Steven Universe to life! Storyboard artists Jeff Liu and Lamar Abrams explain the boarding and writing process, and which characters are their favorites to board. Storyboard Revisionists Maya Petersen and Amish Kumar share the challenges of revising group scenes, and shots featuring multiple Gems. And Storyboard Supervisor Hilary Florido and Supervising Directors Joe Johnston and Kat Morris take us inside the "Mr. Greg" episode, and offer tips and advice to upcoming young artists and animators.
Zach Callison, voice of Steven Universe, and Grace Rolek, voice of Steven's BFF Connie, talk about growing up with and growing into their roles. Hear about the story of their auditions, how they found out they landed their respective parts, working with creator Rebecca Sugar and the crewniverse, and some of their favorite episode moments and songs. Plus, Steven and Connie themselves join in the fun and reveal their favorite video games, pizza, and the super power they wish they had.
Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and her brother Steven, who inspired the title character and who also serves as a background artist on the series, talk about growing up together playing video games and watching anime. They reveal the origins of some of the Steven Universe imagery, characters, backgrounds, and music, what inspired the creation of the Gems, and why they love the fan theories about the show. Plus, find out what Hotel Transylvania and Adventure Time had to do the creation of Steven Universe.