Steven Universe, First Cartoon Network Show Created by a Lady, Gets a Theme Song

it's time to play the music
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The whole show will be on its way to us next month, but those lucky enough to get into the Steven Universe panel at NYCC were treated not just to this opening sequence, but a whole episode. And, naturally, a Q&A with creator Rebecca Sugar herself. Fans who managed to catch the leaked pilot were a little freaked out, I think, by the changes made in character designs, but Sugar reassured them that changes were not made out of network pressure or budget limitations: just the simple process of taking an animated series from the concept stages into full production.

Yes, I have been humming this song to myself all day.

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