Rose Steven Universe and Vision Wonder Universe both lost their princesses, but they didn’t lose their biggest stars.
That’s because Vision Wonder has been around longer, has more fans and has been more successful.
But the two still had to deal with the loss of a couple of their most important superheroes.
“I think it was inevitable,” says executive producer Jody Hill.
“If they were going to lose the best superhero, they’re probably going to miss a couple.”
And while Vision Wonder and its sister show, Rose Steved Universe, were both about young girls, their success led to the creation of a TV show that reflected their lives.
And they still do.
Hill says Vision Wonder’s success led them to make their show even more about the characters.
“You can have a great show about the great characters, but if they’re not really that great, then there’s a sense that we don’t really have the ability to relate to them,” she says.
“It was an interesting choice to make the characters into people that we knew, because the characters aren’t as real as we thought they were.”
And now they have.
“They’re the ones we can relate to the most, so we wanted to take that and use it to show the other side of the world,” Hill says.
But that’s not to say Vision Wonder will be a perfect show for fans of Vision Wonder.
The series will have some fans who have already seen the movie and have not seen the show, and there’s also some fans out there who just want to see a TV version of the show.
But Hill says the show is a perfect fit for its target audience.
“We’re looking at the next generation,” she said.
“A lot of people grew up watching Vision Wonder, and they just want something that’s different and more modern.”
The show will also be the first of many that have been set in the future, as Vision Wonder is set to become an animated series that will follow the adventures of a boy who becomes a superhero in a world where the superheroes are disappearing.
“This show is so important to Vision Wonder,” Hill said.