First, a brief outline of the show. The main characters are Pearl, Amethyst and Garnet. They are part of an alien race called Gems who have magical powers. Steven – the protagonist- is a kid who is half human/half gem. The story follows Steven and the rest of the team -called ‘the crystal gems’- as he tries to control his powers and faces everyday life. They go on missions and save the earth from other Gems, who want to use it for their own evil purposes. Continue reading “Steven Universe- lapis lazuli, lion and diamond theories.”
WARNING this post (probably) contains spoilers.
Steven Universe is an animated kid’s show on Cartoon Network. It was created by Rebecca Sugar. (Click to see my Steven universe review.) Today I’m going to delve into the messages that are found under the surface of the show. Continue reading “Steven Universe- an advocate for diverisity and equality?”
Steven Universe review.
WARNING. This post contains spoilers. (I think.)
I could go on about Steven Universe for so long! I have split my ramble into three parts, the general review, a blog on how Steven universe promotes equality and diversity, and one for theories and character discussion. The other two will be up soon. Continue reading “Why Steven Universe is amazing.”
This is a new series I’m starting and will be experimenting with. I may or may not carry it on. ‘Cartoons are not (just) for kids’ will be an exploration of animation (mostly TV shows) and how changing attitudes are helping them appeal to a market that cartoons were never originally intended for- teenagers and adults. I feel this is a good topic to go into, as I have recently become an adult myself. Plus, I have always been a HUGE fan of cartoons.
Episode 1. A whole new world. Continue reading “Cartoons are not (just) for kids.”