• Gem Harvest Sneak Peek!

    The title was exactly as misleading as everyone thought.

  • Nightly Discussion #479

    Well hello there! Looks like the seasons are changing and the weather is getting colder. How do you feel about the season changes? What's your favorite season?

    Twitter: Emerald
  • Meep Morp #467

    Are you ready for awesometastic art? Because here it comes!

    Source 1

  • YTP: JonTron Universe: Dark Dungeons


  • Analysis: The Real Rose Quartz

    Steven has always tried to live up to his mother, Rose Quartz. But when the series began, Steven was painted a picture of a perfect, kind, understanding, caring warrior. Rose had no flaws, she was perfect. Everybody said so. They talked about her great deeds and her beauty and all her accomplishments. But, as the series has progressed, Steven's rose colored glasses view of his mother has changed drastically as he learns more about her.

    Bismuth's advice that "You don't have to be like Rose Quartz. You can be someone even better. You can be you." was extremely important. It helped teach Steven that he was his OWN gem, and he didn't have to live up to Rose Quartz. And Bismuth was right, Steven has the ability to be better. Rose wasn't perfect, she never was, even if that's what Steven thought. And Steven has the power to not make her same mistakes, to not have her same faults.

    But let’s look at it this way: Steven’s image of Rose Quartz- put on his head by the CG and Greg, with all the best intentions- is getting demystified. This is a process that  will hurt him deeply. He’ll be disappointed, lost, angry and frustrated, more likely will go through an identity crisis, but at the end, it’s the best that can happen to him. 

    He’ll finally understand he doesn’t need to measure up to anyone because the person who put that mark that fucking high doesn’t exist, and never existed. 

    Sure, Rose is still kind, compassionate, adorable and loving. she’s also calculating, secretive, manipulative and- if it’s true she killed PD- a murderer. She’s a real person. With flaws and virtues and when Steven learns and embraces his mother’s flaws, he’ll be more forgiving with himself and his weaknesses and start rocking by his own code, his own way.

    So yeah, the best for Steven is to get out of his mother’s shadow and that can only be done by telling him the whole truth about who really was Rose Quartz, the truth will set our baby free. 

    Twitter: Emerald
  • AMV: Only Human

    Connie may only be human, but humans can do some amazing things!

  • Rebecca Sugar Book Signing October 7!

    Sugar herself will be signing at Barnes & Noble Upper West Side in New York! If you're in the area, don't miss it! You can find all the details at the link above.

    Twitter: Emerald
  • Fan Theory: The TRUTH Behind Pink Diamond

    Who was she? Where did she come from? Was she a young and new Diamond? Was she truly evil? So many questions, so few answers, so much room for fan theories!

  • Crystal Gems spotted in Giant Days comic!

    A user on reddit (quantumzak) has found the Crystal Gems hanging out in the current issue of the Giant Days comic! While Daisy, Susan, and Esther go to a music festival, it seems they walk past our beloved crystal warriors. Giant Days #19 is where you can find this scene. Giant Days is a comic written by John Allison with art originally provided by Lissa Treiman and later picked up by Max Sarin.

    (And if I, Little Ursa, can be honest, this is one of the best Boom Studios comic around, next to Lumberjanes.)
  • Steven Universe Review - Too Short to Ride

    Alright, the episode where Steven and Connie fused so they could ride at Funland! Well, that's what fans had predicted, anywyay. Guess some episode titles are misleading!

  • Story: The Sword, The Shield and The Smith

    [Adventure] [Dark]

    Author: CompletelyDifferent
    Description: Steven and Bismuth didn't go to the Forge alone. They brought Connie. Things go differently.
    The Sword, The Shield and The Smith