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The show is rather goofy at first. And kind of bizarre in its narrative. It's also has a very otherworldly angle to it.

At first, I didn't get into it because it looked like one of childish shows that was the Monster-of-the-Week narrative with a tag-along kid.

But then I gave it shot. And there was something that I noticed. It was clearly an action show, yet it was so laid back and grounded in the mundane Slice-of-Life. There are big actions here and there, but it was mostly about the dynamic between Steven and his three alien moms. Not to mention that much like Adventure Time, the show had an underlying mythology and mystery that it's still building up to today. For example, Steven's backstory is this: His mother "gave up his physical form to bring him into the world." It's explained like that in the second episode but the progression of episode slowly fleshes out why it happened and the turmoil it took on the characters. 

And it's got very quaint aesthetics like gorgeous background music and visual worldbuilding (check out "fusion").



I love this show for its flexibility (it can be a slice-of-life and action/sci-fic show with a lot of punches) and ability to break out of its status quo. Even moreso it's meta about breaking it in a way. Because the show is anchored to the POV of a half-human child who is still processing the world around him and even his family. And he begins to learn that the Gems, his mother figures, are very vulnerable figures who are still coping with his mom's absence.

I think this Internet critic sums up some of the progressive qualities of Steven Universe
http://channelawesome.com/nostalgia-critic-are-kids-shows-better-now-than-ever/
The design of the female characters are richly diverse (yes that's a big deal) and Sugar creates a detailed psychology for each of them (even the Gems' dance styles have heavy distinction).

Sometimes because of this, I have to wonder, what if Rebecca Sugar remade Inside Out in her own style and 2-D animation (I can dream).

This show is a testament to animation and the freedom that Cartoon Network provides.


EDIT: Whoops, I somehow double-posted this topic. This is the true post. I'll contact the mods to delete the duplicate.
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This is one of my favorites shows, and it's so important because this show inspires me because there's are lessons in there that really, really help

When it first premired, I thought it was going to be 'one of those shows' where the main character is a kid and the gems were something else, but after a while, it all made sense, this show was perfect because every character has a different side: Steven's mom was the Crystal Gems until she gave up her form to give birth to him, his dad couldn't raise him on his own and gave him to the gems (he visits) and the most important thing is that this show gives us a different point of families

And, heck, one of the characters is a relationship, a relationship between TWO GEMS, and the important is that, remember, this is still a kid show, and in a time where same - gender equality has reached population (still is after the ruling) this show takes the time to explain this issue

This show is no longer a kids show, this show is an inspiration
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