Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 257: The movie villain’s name

GC13 brings out the serious (we guess?) spoilers. The movie villain’s name has been leaked by Cartoon Network, so it’s time to speculate about what it could mean for Bendy’s role in the movie.

It should go without saying that this is a pretty spoiler-heavy podcast episode, though since at the moment all we have is a name it’s hard to know what knowing the villain’s name means (if it means anything at all). Still, it’s always fun to have something to speculate on.

This episode of the podcast is also available for listening on YouTube.

Steven Universe air times for August 19-25, 2019 (3.5 hours)

All times are EDT.

Monday:
6:00 AM: Steven and the Stevens

Tuesday:
6:00 AM: Monster Buddies

Wednesday:
6:00 AM: An Indirect Kiss

Thursday:
6:00 AM: Mirror Gem

Friday:
6:00 AM: Ocean Gem

Saturday:
6:00 AM: House Guest
7:00 PM – 7:45 PM: Unspecified episodes

Sunday:
6:00 AM – 6:45 AM: Unspecified episodes

Unlocked episodes as of August 16, 2019

Here’s what you can watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • The Kindergarten Kid
  • Gem Hunt
  • Steven vs Amethyst
  • Beta
  • Back to the Moon

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 256: Infinity Train

GC13 and David give the rub to Infinity Train in a very spoiler-heavy discussion of the ten-episode miniseries we’ve seen so far.

Have you seen Infinity Train? You really should. Especially before listening to this episode. But also because it’s really good.

If you’re interested in watching the video form of this episode, it’s available on YouTube. (Don’t watch it either if you haven’t seen the series.)

Steven Universe air times for August 12-18, 2019 (3.5 hours)

All times are EDT.

Monday:
6:00 AM: Steven the Sword Fighter

Tuesday:
6:00 AM: Lion 2: The Movie

Wednesday:
6:00 AM: Beach Party

Thursday:
6:00 AM: Rose’s Room

Friday:
6:00 AM: Coach Steven

Saturday:
6:00 AM: Joking Victim.
7:00 PM – 7:45 PM: Unspecified episodes

Sunday:
6:00 AM – 6:45 AM: Unspecified episodes

Unlocked episodes as of August 8, 2019

Here’s what you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Drop Beat Dad
  • Too Short to Ride
  • Beach City Drift
  • Kiki’s Pizza Delivery Service
  • Alone at Sea

Lunar Sea Spire Podcast episode 255: What kind of Gem is Bendy?

GC13 and David discuss two possible gem types for the villain shown in the trailer for Steven Universe: The Movie.

In Morganite’s favor we have how long ago the gem type was first mentioned on the show, her status as a beryl, and the penchant people have for fashioning “red morganites” into hearts.

In Garnet’s favor we have the more recent mentioning of Pyropes in Together Alone, seemingly shared stretching powers, and an interesting contrast between garnet’s True Kinda Love and what Era Two Homeworld Gems stand for.

This is the first podcast episode we’ve turned into a video, so it’s now also available as a video on YouTube:

Steven Universe air times for August 5-11, 2019 (3.5 hours)

All times are EDT.

Monday:
6:00 AM: Steven’s Lion

Tuesday:
6:00 AM: Arcade Mania

Wednesday:
6:00 AM: Giant Woman

Thursday:
6:00 AM: So Many Birthdays

Friday:
6:00 AM: Lars and the Cool Kids

Saturday: Steven Universe Celebration 7 (Pearl)
6:00 AM: Onion Trade
7:00 PM: Steven the Sword Fighter
7:15 PM: Coach Steven
7:30 PM: Space Race
7:45 PM: Rose’s Scabbard

Sunday:
6:00 AM – 6:45 AM: Unspecified episodes

Unlocked episodes as of August 1, 2019

Here’s what’s currently available on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Steven’s Birthday
  • Message Received
  • Super Watermelon Island
  • Same Old World
  • Hit the Diamond

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 254: The SDCC 2019 panel

GC13 and David discuss the Steven Universe panel at San Diego Comic Con 2019, uploaded for everyone in lovely quality.

Though the fandom wants lots of spoiler questions answered they don’t ask about Lion—but they do ask about Pearl, giving us further clarification about how they are made. Also: new fusion in the movie confirmed?

For further viewing: the Den of Geek interview and the LA Times interview.

What was your favorite nugget of information revealed at the panel?