Season four of Steven Universe was not welcomed with universal acclaim during its initial run. While both the Bombs and select episodes like “Mindful Education” were lauded right out of the gate, anyone who peruses the show’s subreddit would’ve seen criticism lobbed against the season for the abundance of Beach City residents episodes and the lack of any Homeworld threat to propel the narrative arc forward for longer than a five episode stretch. And while I do agree that the disparity in quality between the human and gem episodes was an issue, in hindsight the brilliance of that structure has shown itself. Continue reading “Season Four Analysis: The Dichotomy of Steven Universe, Character and Show”
The most important sound from this episode, is that of the applause from all those watch it.
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This episode dives straight forward into one of the most tantalizing concepts that have existed essentially since the series premiered. And further more, they did it in the best way possible. Continue reading “Storm in the Room Analysis & Review”
As the curtain closes on the “Out of This World” arc, the final act concludes on one of the high points in the whole series. Continue reading “That Will Be All Analysis & Review”
Today on Steven Universe, we begin one of the series greatest arcs. No spoilers for future episodes as per usual but, for those going through it for the first time, as the episode plainly indicates, this is going to be quite the series of episodes. Continue reading “Steven’s Dream Analysis & Review”
Here comes a thought, “Mindful Education” is Steven Universe’s best episode yet. Continue reading “Mindful Education Analysis & Review”
On March 11th an absolute classic returns, but before we enter the future of Samurai Jack, let’s return to its past. Continue reading “The Premiere Movie Anaylsis & Review”