The Steven Universe fan podcast
About This Show
A weekly podcast for Steven Universe discussing new episodes and show news.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 157: The 20,000-year timeline of Steven Universe
6 days ago
GC13 and David open up the art book (to page 105!) to talk about the timeline that covers 20,000 years of the past and future of the Gem Homeworld and Earth.
No, we don’t know what’s on it. We don’t even know how much of it is past and how much of it is future. Apparently though, Homeworld is indeed a young empire (as far as star empires go, anyway).
More bits from this timeline are sure to make their way into episodes as the series goes on, especially as we learn more about Homeworld. Still, there’s no guarantee that when all is said and done we’ll know everything, since some pieces of lore don’t make for interesting stories.
Hopefully we’ll get it some day. Yes, one can hope.
Rated 4 out of
For when you just can't get enough of the show...
Do you latch onto shows/games/books/whatever to the same ridiculous degree that I do? Do you tiredly scroll through blogs and subreddits dedicated to your favorite series, occasionally hitting the refresh key in some vain hope that some new theory or piece of fanart will have been posted in the last three minutes? If so, then you should probably stop and go be productive. But WAIT! Now, with the Lunar Sea Spire podcast, you can be productive while still satisfying your strange, probably unhealthy obsession!
All jokes aside, this podcast is great if you just can't get enough of Steven Universe. The people who run it are just as dedicated and passionate about the show as the people who would likely watch it. They go through each episode with a fine-tooth comb, over-analyzing every detail and gushing over the songs. If you like that sort of stuff, it's great.
Only 4 stars, because it's not quite my favorite podcast. Still, it's something that I'm certainly going to be listening to a lot more from now on.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 5 out of
Best SU podcast
This is the best (and sadly only, to my knowledge) SU podcast around
Date published: 2015-04-25