Things We Saw Today: Steven Universe Future Is Coming & Rose’s Influence Is Still Powerful
Rebecca Sugar is bringing us the best Christmas gift ever: more Steven Universe! The officially released Cartoon Network trailer gives us an important piece of new information: that the premiere of Steven Universe Future will be on Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. EDT on Cartoon Network.
We know that the future is supposed to be bright, but the trailer hints that there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. My problematic favorite Jasper is healed from her corruption, but is still coming across very villan-y. Maybe therapy with Lapus would help?
There are also these eerie shots of Pink Pearl, with a shattered eye, and anytime you see an image of Pink or Rose Quartz you know that some kind of emotional trauma for Steven is going to resurface. Steven Universe is one of the best shows out there, so I’m looking forward to enjoying it as I wait for more She-Ra.
(via Polygon, image: Cartoon Network)
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What did you see out there today?
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