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The series began life as a short made in 2012 (later released publicitly in Spring 2013) called ''The Time Thing'', with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. The show premiered proper in Fall 2013, garnering high acclaim for its story and characters, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and relationships.

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The series began life as a short made in 2012 (later released publicitly publicly in Spring 2013) called ''The Time Thing'', with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. The show premiered proper in Fall 2013, garnering high acclaim for its story and characters, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and relationships.


The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though the short was created much earlier, with with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. The show premiered proper in 2013 with a resign, garnering high acclaim for its story and characters, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and relationships.

''Steven Universe'' ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled ''Future'', followed shortly afterward to wrap up lingering plotlines, that concluded in March 2020. Likewise, the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly on mobile devices) as well.

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The series began life as a short made in 2012 (later released publicitly in Spring 2013) called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though the short was created much earlier, with Thing'', with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. The show premiered proper in 2013 with a resign, Fall 2013, garnering high acclaim for its story and characters, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and relationships.

''Steven Universe'' ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019. A movie set after the series was released in Fall 2019, concluding with while a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled ''Future'', followed shortly afterward to wrap up lingering plotlines, that concluded in March 2020. Likewise, the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly on mobile devices) as well.


The series follows the adventures of the titular character, a [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human, half gem]] along with his three guardians known as the Crystal Gems: Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. While they deal with threats that come from cosmic forces, some stories likewise focus on Steven trying to adjust the three to Earth culture as well and his interaction with the residents of their hometown, Beach City. As the series goes on, however, more secrets of the gems' past slowly begin to crop up that threaten their planet, most of which seem to stem from Steven's deceased mother and the Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz.

The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it.[[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise, its strong character dynamics, development and storytelling.

The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "''Future''" followed shortly afterward to wrap up any lingering plotlines, that concluded in March 2020. Likewise, the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.

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The series follows the adventures of the titular character, a [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human, half gem]] along with his three guardians known as the Crystal Gems: Gems, Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. While they deal with threats that come from cosmic forces, some stories likewise focus on Steven trying to adjust the three to Earth culture as well and his interaction with the residents of their hometown, Beach City. As the series goes on, however, more secrets of the gems' Gems' past slowly begin to crop up that threaten their planet, most of which seem to stem from Steven's deceased mother and the Crystal Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz.

The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though the short was created much earlier, with with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series The show premiered proper in... in 2013 (Apparently the short was done at with a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered resign, garnering high acclaim, acclaim for its story and characters, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it.[[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise, its strong character dynamics, development and storytelling.

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ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "''Future''" ''Future'', followed shortly afterward to wrap up any lingering plotlines, that concluded in March 2020. Likewise, the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) on mobile devices) as well.



* ''WebAnimation/DoveSelfEsteemProjectXStevenUniverse'': A series of online shorts made in collaboration with the Dove Self-Esteem Project.

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* ''WebAnimation/DoveSelfEsteemProjectXStevenUniverse'': A series of online shorts made in collaboration with the [[https://www.dove.com/us/en/dove-self-esteem-project.html Dove Self-Esteem Project.
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* ''[[Recap/StevenUniverseS2E4SayUncle Say Uncle]]'' (2015): A non-canon crossover with ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa''.
* ''[[Recap/OKKOLetsBeHeroesS2E18CrossoverNexus Crossover Nexus]]'' (2018): A crossover with ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'' in which Garnet is one of the main characters where KO, [[WesternAnimation/Ben102016 the 2016 version of Ben Tenneyson]], [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo the "Go" version of Raven]], and she band together to save CN City from a villain. Listed as a "OK KO" episode.

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* ''[[Recap/StevenUniverseS2E4SayUncle Say Uncle]]'' (2015): A [[FakeCrossover non-canon crossover crossover]] with ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa''.
* ''[[Recap/OKKOLetsBeHeroesS2E18CrossoverNexus Crossover Nexus]]'' (2018): A crossover with ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'' in which Garnet is one of the main characters where KO, characters. K.O., Garnet, [[WesternAnimation/Ben102016 the 2016 version of Ben Tenneyson]], and [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo the "Go" "Go!" version of Raven]], and she Raven]] band together to save CN City Advertising/CNCity from a villain. villain name Strike. Listed as a "OK KO" an ''OK K.O.!'' episode.



* ''Steven Universe: The Tale of Steven'': Written as both a companion and adaption for "[[Recap/StevenUniverseS5E28ChangeYourMind Change Your Mind]]", this book details the story of Pink Diamond, Rose Quartz, and Steven Universe, from various conflicting viewpoints.

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* ''Steven Universe: The Tale of Steven'': Written as both a companion and adaption for "[[Recap/StevenUniverseS5E28ChangeYourMind Change Your Mind]]", this book details the story of Pink Diamond, Rose Quartz, and Steven Universe, from various conflicting viewpoints.the viewpoints of White Diamond, Rose, and Steven.



* ''VideoGame/TapTogether'': Mobile free-to-play RPG currently in public beta for iOS and Android, in which players can create and join clubs with each other to fight cloud monsters in Rose's Room.

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* ''VideoGame/TapTogether'': Mobile free-to-play RPG currently in public beta for iOS and Android, in which players can create and join clubs with each other to fight cloud monsters in Rose's Room.



* ''Cartoon Network Battle Crashers'': A multi-player Beat-Em-Up for the 3DS, Switch, Playstation 4 and [=XBox=] One featuring characters from the (mostly 2010s) Cartoon Network lineup as playable characters. Steven was one of such and features references and enemies from his TV series.

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* ''Cartoon Network Battle Crashers'': ''VideoGame/CartoonNetworkBattleCrashers'': A multi-player Beat-Em-Up for the 3DS, Switch, Playstation 4 and [=XBox=] One featuring characters from the (mostly 2010s) Cartoon Network lineup as playable characters. Steven was one of such and features references and enemies from his TV series.


* ''Blog/KeepBeachCityWeird: You Can't Hide the Truth!!!'': Based on the CharacterBlog.

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* ''Blog/KeepBeachCityWeird: You Can't Hide the Truth!!!'': Based on the CharacterBlog. Tropes for the book can be found on the page for the blog.



* ''Your Magic Mind and Body'': Ebook released as part of ''WebAnimation/DoveSelfEsteemProjectXStevenUniverse''.

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* ''Your Magic Mind and Body'': Ebook released as part of ''WebAnimation/DoveSelfEsteemProjectXStevenUniverse''. Tropes for the book can be found on that page.

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* ''Your Magic Mind and Body'': Ebook released as part of ''WebAnimation/DoveSelfEsteemProjectXStevenUniverse''.

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* ''Blog/KeepBeachCityWeird: You Can't Hide the Truth!!!'': Based on the CharacterBlog.


The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it.[[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise, its strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

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The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it.[[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise, its strong character dynamic, dynamics, development and storytelling.


The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise, it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

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The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it it.[[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise, it's its strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.


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->''"If every pork chop porkchop were perfect, we wouldn't have hot dogs!"''



The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "''Future''" followed shortly afterwards to wrap up any lingering plotlines, that came to a conclusion on March 2020. Likewise the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.

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The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN green-lit the show). The show has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series series, however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise likewise, it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "''Future''" followed shortly afterwards afterward to wrap up any lingering plotlines, that came to a conclusion on concluded in March 2020. Likewise Likewise, the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.



** A number of one-shots and miniseries.

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** A number of Several one-shots and miniseries.



* ''VideoGame/UnleashTheLight'': Mobile game and sequel to ''Save the Light'', exclusive to Apple Arcade, released on November 27th, 2019.
* ''VideoGame/SoundtrackAttack'': Mobile game released on July 21, 2016 for iOS and Android, in which Steven and the Gems help a rogue Gem escape from Homeworld. It is a RhythmGame featuring remixed music from the series.
* ''VideoGame/DreamlandArcade'': Mobile game released on November 9, 2017 for iOS and Android, in which Steven dreams up an arcade full of games with the Crystal Gems (and Onion) as the protagonists.

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* ''VideoGame/UnleashTheLight'': Mobile game and the sequel to ''Save the Light'', exclusive to Apple Arcade, released on November 27th, 2019.
* ''VideoGame/SoundtrackAttack'': Mobile game released on July 21, 2016 2016, for iOS and Android, in which Steven and the Gems help a rogue Gem escape from Homeworld. It is a RhythmGame featuring remixed music from the series.
* ''VideoGame/DreamlandArcade'': Mobile game released on November 9, 2017 2017, for iOS and Android, in which Steven dreams up an arcade full of games with the Crystal Gems (and Onion) as the protagonists.


** ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverseFuture'' (2019-2020): A miniseries taking place after the movie. Technically season six but billed as a sequel/epilogue series.

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** ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverseFuture'' (2019-2020): A miniseries taking place after the movie. Technically Considered by some fans to serve as the sixth season six but billed as a sequel/epilogue series.of the original show.


** ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverseFuture'' (2019-2020): A miniseries taking place after the movie.

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** ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverseFuture'' (2019-2020): A miniseries taking place after the movie. Technically season six but billed as a sequel/epilogue series.


The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "''Future''" followed shortly afterwards to wrap up any lingering plotlines. Likewise the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.

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The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "''Future''" followed shortly afterwards to wrap up any lingering plotlines.plotlines, that came to a conclusion on March 2020. Likewise the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.


** ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverseFuture'' (2019-2020): A sequel/epilogue series taking place after the movie.

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** ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverseFuture'' (2019-2020): A sequel/epilogue series miniseries taking place after the movie.


The series follows the misadventures of the titular character, a [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human, half alien creature]] known as a gem mentored by his three guardians known as the Crystal Gems: Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. While they deal with threats that come from cosmic forces, some stories likewise focus on Steven trying to adjust the three to Earth culture as well and his interaction with the residents of their hometown, Beach City. As the series goes on, however, more secrets of the gems' past slowly begin to crop up that threaten their planet, most of which seem to stem from Steven's deceased mother and the Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz.

The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN greenlit the show). The show proved to be pretty popular, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

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The series follows the misadventures adventures of the titular character, a [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human, half alien creature]] known as a gem mentored by gem]] along with his three guardians known as the Crystal Gems: Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. While they deal with threats that come from cosmic forces, some stories likewise focus on Steven trying to adjust the three to Earth culture as well and his interaction with the residents of their hometown, Beach City. As the series goes on, however, more secrets of the gems' past slowly begin to crop up that threaten their planet, most of which seem to stem from Steven's deceased mother and the Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz.

The series began life as a short called ''The Time Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN greenlit green-lit the show). The show proved to be pretty popular, has garnered high acclaim, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.


The series follows the misadventures of the titular character, a half-human, half alien creature known as a gem mentored by his three guardians known as the Crystal Gems: Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. While they deal with threat that come from cosmic forces, some stories likewise force on Steven trying to adjust the three to Earth culture as well and his interaction with the residents of the hometown, Beach City. As the series goes on, however, more secrets of the gems past slowly begin to crop up that threaten their planet, most of which seem to stem from Steven's deceased mother and the Gems former leader, Rose Quartz.

The series began life as a short in 2013, ''The Time Thing'', though with a wildly different style and personilites for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN greenlit the show). The show proved to be pretty popular, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bomb" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "Future" followed shortly afterwards to wrap up any lingering plotlines. Likewise the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.

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The series follows the misadventures of the titular character, a [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human, half alien creature creature]] known as a gem mentored by his three guardians known as the Crystal Gems: Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst. While they deal with threat threats that come from cosmic forces, some stories likewise force focus on Steven trying to adjust the three to Earth culture as well and his interaction with the residents of the their hometown, Beach City. As the series goes on, however, more secrets of the gems gems' past slowly begin to crop up that threaten their planet, most of which seem to stem from Steven's deceased mother and the Gems Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz.

The series began life as a short in 2013, called ''The Time Thing'', Thing'' in 2013, though with a wildly different style and personilites personalities for the characters. Regardless, the premise caught on with viewers and was enough to get Cartoon Network to greenlight it. After a redesign, the series premiered proper in... 2013 (Apparently the short was done at a previous year and was delayed in airing long after CN greenlit the show). The show proved to be pretty popular, especially with the LGBT fanbase for openly showing lesbian characters and never calling attention to it [[note]]Though not without consequences since affiliates are still wary to show this to younger viewers, especially overseas in some countries where homosexuality is still frowned on. The show was limited in reruns as a result and regulated new episodes in a Netflix-esque fashion dubbed by fans as "Steven-Bomb" "Steven-Bombs" i.e airing near half a season within a two week time. The fanbase has proven ''very'' loyal to the series however, which has let CN continue the show's run.[[/note]] But likewise it's strong character dynamic, development and storytelling.

The show ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2019, concluding with a movie. A sequel/epilogue limited series, subtitled "Future" "''Future''" followed shortly afterwards to wrap up any lingering plotlines. Likewise the series has had its share of comic books and video games (mostly mobile) as well.


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* ''Cartoon Network Battle Crashers'': A multi-player Beat-Em-Up for the 3DS, Switch, Playstation 4 and [=XBox=] One featuring characters from the (mostly 2010s) Cartoon Network lineup as playable characters. Steven was one of such and features references and enemies from his TV series.

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