I knew going into the second half of Steven Universe Future that things were going to get dark. However, after watching last night’s new episodes, I found myself in a state of shock. I swear I could feel my mouth hanging open for a minute or two as I processed what I witnessed. The epilogue series has already given us many dark moments, or at least reflected on them. The penultimate episodes before the series finale, though, may be the darkest the series has ever done.
When it looks like Stevonnie may be in jeporady, Steven does something impulsive to save his bond with Connie. And it leaves him more hurt than ever.
After a three month break, Steven Universe is back for it’s final round of episodes. And as the first half of this epilogue established, there’s a lot of unfinished business, especially with regards to Steven himself. He needs help, but has no idea how to communicate that. This week, though, he seemed to take a few steps closer to that goal while also wrapping up the secondary characters plots.
Well, folks, we’re almost at the end of this long, musical road that is Steven Universe. With the final ten episodes of Steven Universe Future coming out in March, I wanted to look at the new trailer and give my thoughts on what may happen.
Star Wars: The Clone starts on Disney+ tomorrow and I just realized that I never told you guys my favorite episodes from the show. That simply will not do. So, after giving it much thought, I put together a list of some of my personal favorite episodes from the hit show, along with an explanation as to why I liked them.
After months of waiting, the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is about to premiere on Disney+. So before I review it, I want to reflect on my experience watching the series during its run.
We’ve seen Steven struggle with the change in his life in Steven Universe Future. In the final episode of the year, things start to come to a head.
For my penultimate pick for my first ever month of screams, I chose a show that’s perfect for Halloween. It’s Cartoon Network’s 2000’s classic, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. If you didn’t know, its about two kids, the idiotic Billy and the cynically terrifying Mandy, who win the friendship of the Grim Reaper in a game. The show followed the trio’s supernatural misadventures, and it was a mega-hit for the channel. Of course, it helped that Richard Horvitz and Grey DeLisle voiced the main characters. As a result of its themes, this show’s perfect for Halloween, and Billy and Mandy’s Jacked Up Halloween delivered!
In the fourth Terror Tales special, the Park Gang solves one of Regular Show’s greatest mysteries: what’s Muscle Man’s Muscle Mom really like?
Pack your trick or treat bags and be ready for a trip in Ed Edd n’ Eddy’s Boo Haw Haw. When Ed watches a marathon of horror films for Halloween, he starts seeing monsters everywhere out to get him and his friends. Eddy, meanwhile, is too focused on finding this neighborhood that supposedly gives out a ton of candy.
At the height of its popularity, Garfield was the subject to a TV show, books, merchandise, and at least a dozen tv specials. This is the Emmy award winning special for Halloween, Garfield’s Halloween Adventure. Will Garfield and Odie survive the night with their candy intact?
It’s hard to believe that South Park has passed the 300-episode milestone, but here they are. I never saw the infamous “200” and “201” episodes, nor can I. Thankfully, their 300th episode, “SHOTS!!!” made up for it by being the first South Park in a while to make me laugh my butt off.
Since I love Captain Underpants and Halloween so much, I figured kill two birds with one stone and enjoy a Captain Underpants Halloween Special! When Melvin and Mr Krupp try to get Halloween banned in Piqua, it’s up to George and Harold to remind everyone why the holiday is so great.
Since My Little Pony is ending in a week, I can’t get the show out of my head. So why not indulge myself and watch a Pony Halloween special? In this one, Fluttershy tries to actually go out and enjoy Nightmare Night.
This year at NYCC, Disney fans got a first look at their upcoming cartoon, Owl House. From what’s been shown, it’s a cross between Gravity Falls and Star vs The Forces of Evil. I may not bet at NYCC, but that’s not stopping me from giving my thoughts on this new show!
Who here remembers the Terror Tales of the Park from Regular Show? I consider it to be this generations equivalent to the Treehouse of Horror specials from The Simpsons. So of course I was going to include it in my Halloween lineup.