Steven Universe: Art & Origins

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Steven Universe: Art & Origins

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We knew of their existence already because of an episode of the podcast, but these two unexpectedly appeared as incidental characters in the Steven Universe Future episode “Homeworld Bound,” identified only in the credits. Whether you're an established professional, a student, an aspiring artist, or simply an admirer of the art form, CDR invites you to join our ever-expanding community and partake in the celebration of character design excellence. It’s emphasized by Rebecca that the developmental materials ARE NOT CANON (and especially are not MORE canon) compared the final show. The story of how James Baxter got involved with one of the final scenes (Organic Steven and Pink Steven fusing in front of White Diamond) was shared.

Tom Herpich describes being inspired to name Blue Diamond’s comb “Comby” because he was watching the news about Comey getting fired from the FBI. And of course it’s specified that Steven was supposed to get Pink Diamond flashbacks by going to the Palace on Homeworld. Chris McDonnell has designed books on Ralph Bakshi, Bill Plympton, the Joker, Wonder Woman, and many more. Steven feeling like a monster, having intrusive thoughts, having not forgiven the Diamonds, and getting help/moving on–it’s all there.There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. We’re told that Pink Diamond straightened up, behavior-wise, after she lost her first Pearl, and that Yellow and Blue wanted to give her a planet but White only agreed to it to prove she would fail at managing a colony.

It has an earlier version of Pink Pearl’s fate and does not include Spinel since the movie hadn’t been greenlit. They thought people would find those stories about Homeworld and Off Color history very interesting, but so much of the show had been about Steven’s Gem adventures, so keeping him mostly on Earth seemed appropriate. Most people, if not ALL people, can relate to this, but for those of us with a special relationship with Steven Universe because of queer identity, this hits hard.There’s a huge amount of supplemental material in this section so there’s no way I could name it all. It’s fantastic that this concept was preserved because too often a young male chosen one is elevated above people with more experience and knowledge because of that chosen one tradition, so it’s really nice to have a show acknowledge that team leadership is more appropriate for an adult.

The imprint includes titles from hit shows such as Adventure Time, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball, Steven Universe, and Uncle Grandpa. The writing process gets a great deep dive here, including fun tidbits like how the orb in the moon base was inserted by Joe Johnston and they literally had no idea what it was for when they wrote the episode. Some low-quality images are included with my review just to give you an idea of what’s there–it’s not a good substitute for getting your own copy, but here’s a tour! Highlight of the book is the amount of insight provided by the lengthy text, presented in Q and A interview style.And everything associated with Rose makes more sense once you know she’s Pink–especially what happened with Bismuth, considering what we know about how Pink Diamond has a habit of treating anyone who no longer serves her interests. Rebecca has struggled with the idea that she, like Ruby, went straight from a “family” group to a living-with-others situation and never lived by herself.

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