Ratings for Legs From Here to Homeworld

An episode airing for the first time on TV means a new ratings post.

Legs From Here to Homeworld was seen by 631,000 viewers when it premiered on Monday, and bested We Bare Bears in viewership. Here’s how things (bear) stacked up:

  1. Steven Universe at 7:30 PM with 631,000
  2. We Bare Bears at 7:00 PM with 513,000

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 222: Ultimate Dough-Down

GC13 and David discuss the new Steven Universe graphic novel, Ultimate Dough-Down, with its author: special guest Talya Perper.

In short: it’s a great read, and keeps the streak of great Steven Universe comics alive. Do you want an updated version of the Do or Donut song? Dough-down has you covered. Do you love seeing new characters? Dough-down has plenty. Do you love it when things are two things? Dough-down has that covered too.

You can find Talya Perper on various social media platforms, including Twitter and Tumblr.

Steven Universe air times for December 17-23, 2018 (2 hours)

All times are EST.

6:00 AM: Cheeseburger Backpack
7:30 PM: Legs From Here to Homeworld

6:00 AM: Legs From Here to Homeworld

6:00 AM: Together Breakfast

6:00 AM: Frybo

6:00 AM: Cat Fingers

6:00 AM: Bubble Buddies

6:00 AM: Serious Steven

The app is unlocked

Are you feeling that Christmas cheer? The Cartoon Network website and app are unlocked again for the weekend, allowing you to watch the following Steven Universe episodes without logging in with a cable provider’s information:

  • Stuck Together
  • The Trial
  • Off Colors
  • Lars’ Head
  • Dewey Wins
  • Gemcation
  • Raising the Barn
  • Back to the Kindergarten
  • Sadie Killer
  • Kevin Party
  • Lars of the Stars
  • Jungle Moon
  • Your Mother and Mine
  • The Big Show
  • Pool Hopping
  • Letters to Lars
  • Can’t Go Back
  • A Single Pale Rose
  • Now We’re Only Falling Apart
  • What’s Your Problem?
  • The Question
  • Made of Honor
  • Reunited
  • Legs From Here to Homeworld
  • Future Boy Zoltron
  • Three Gems and a Baby
  • Too Short to Ride
  • Monster Reunion
  • Bismuth
  • Keeping it Together
  • Sadie’s Song
  • When it Rains
  • The Answer
  • Giant Woman
  • Lars and the Cool Kids
  • Winter Forecast
  • Jailbreak

Ultimate Dough-Down graphic novel releases today

Ultimate Dough-Down hits bookstores today, with a very enticing preview available if you’re curious about what’s inside.

While Anti-Gravity promised to be (and was) a Gem adventure, Dough-Down is making promises about being a slice-of-life story about a donut-making contest in Empire City.

“One last job… Like in the movies!”

It’s 144 pages, the same as Anti-Gravity was, and has a $15 list price and is available both in-print and digitally via Comixology.

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 221: Harmony #5

GC13 and David discuss the fifth and final issue of the Harmony miniseries.

It’s over. Much has been done, many songs have been sung, and Peridot still has many Internet arguments yet to win.

We know exactly when in the timeline the miniseries fits (just before¬†The Big Show), but we don’t know how this might tie in to a movie featuring another red crystalline heart.

Be sure to listen next week when we’ll have Tayla Perper, author of the previous graphic novel Anti-Gravity and the upcoming graphic novel Ultimate Dough-down, on as a special guest!

Steven Universe air times for December 10-16, 2018 (0.5 hours)

All times are EST.

6:00 AM: Gem Glow

6:00 AM: Laser Light Cannon

Unlocked episodes as of December 8, 2018

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

  • Future Boy Zoltron
  • Three Gems and a Baby
  • Sadie’s Song
  • Giant Woman
  • Winter Forecast

Harmony #5 is out today

The fifth, and final, issue of the Harmony miniseries has released today.

Anyone who is curious how the issue starts can check out the preview, but if they haven’t been following the series they’ll probably be lost (just like Steven’s pants).

What happens in the end? Well you won’t hear from us, at least not until Monday. Patience is a virtue, but really some things are best experienced for yourself (comic books among them, of course).

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 220: The Curse

GC13 and David discuss an episode of Craig of the Creek written and storyboarded in part by a Steven Universe storyboarder (Amber Cragg): The Curse.

It was an episode awaited ever since the Witches of the Creek were seen in the opening theme, and it didn’t disappoint. Two fantastic character designs were attached to two fantastic characters, put into a fantastic episode.

Tabitha and Courtney’s voice actresses are actually known for their podcast, My Favorite Murder, if you’re interested in hearing more of them.