Here are the episodes you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without a login from a TV provider:
- The Kindergarten Kid
- Onion Friend
- Nightmare Hospital
- Horror Club
Sophia liked it a lot more than she liked the crossover that shall not be named, but it did suffer from only being eleven minutes and having to include characters from four different shows and a brand new villain.
If you haven’t read Mr. Jones-Quartey’s Twitter thread about the goings-on behind the scenes of the episode then you should. It’s quite interesting stuff.
The Cartoon Network app and website are currently unlocked, so every episode can be watched without logging in with a cable provider.
Here are the episodes currently up on the app and available for watching this weekend:
Well if #2 felt a bit similar to #1, then #3 definitely shakes things up (we were right, it was quite the middle entry). Sure, Gems are still visiting Sadie to sing, but now a plan is coming together. There’s a lot of room for stuff to get complicated, but at least we can try to solve this.
Now that it looks like the harmony core issue should be solved by the end of the miniseries we’re left wondering: what is the movie teaser teasing?
The third of five issues of the new Steven Universe comic miniseries, Harmony, has released today.
If you’d like, you can check out the preview for the issue and see what you’re in for as far as art style and story are concerned.
It’s getting spicier! With action and adventure, the third issue definitely moves things to a new place.
Every issue of the comic would make a good episode, but what do people always think of first when pondering which they’d like to see on TV? Action. This issue has it, on the strawberry battlefield.
Of course it also has all of the other goodies one would expect: goofiness from Amethyst, and zen wisdom from Garnet.