The first episode of Steven Universe Episode 3 sees the show’s heroes and villains teaming up in a massive brawl that will force them to team up against a new threat, but the series also hints that it’s about something much bigger than that.
The episode opens with a scene of the Crystal Gems being chased by an army of the Gem Empire and a group of humans, all of whom are armed with weapons and armor.
The Gem soldiers are revealed to be the original Crystal Gems, and it turns out that they’re the ones who created the gemstone that became Steven Universe.
The Gems are now on their own, with no one to guide them, and the human warriors have decided to join the Crystal Empire, taking up arms against them.
The Crystal Gems are left to fight the humans in the streets, which ends with the Crystal Princess taking the Crystal Crystal’s gemstone, and leaving a message for the Crystal Gem Empire saying, “The world has changed.
The way things used to be is no longer the way they are.”
As for the human heroes, they’re just trying to find a way out of the warzone without the Crystal’s help.
The human heroes are also going to have to deal with the fact that the Crystal Pearl is a sentient Gem, and that the Gems have been manipulating the gem for decades.
It’s an intriguing idea, but it does leave a lot of questions unanswered.
What’s the purpose of the crystal?
What is its purpose in the world?
How will the Crystal deal with all this?
We get to see the Crystal in action again in Episode 4, which is a lot like the first episode, with a new villain, and a different, more complicated plan for how the Crystal would react to a new war.
The first two episodes of the series had little to do with Steven Universe, and much to do more with the various characters and stories they created.
The show has always tried to have a more expansive universe, but this year is the first time it really tries to make a big deal out of each episode, and to try to tell the larger story of Steven and the Gems.
There’s a lot to like about this season.
First of all, it’s a good show to return to.
It has an established, solid cast of characters, and has been expanding its cast since Season 1.
It also has a new story line for each episode and a much more diverse cast than previous seasons.
There are also some good plot points that have come out of this season that will likely come back up in future episodes, like the Crystal and Steven having a romantic relationship in Episode 2 and Steven meeting his father in Episode 3.
Steven Universe has always had a good sense of humor, and this season feels like it’s going to add a little more to that.
It may not have a big plot, but each episode feels like a little mini-arc that could have ended up being one of the most memorable parts of the entire season.
Steven and Crystal Gems: The Crystal War comes out on Cartoon Network on March 11.
Watch the trailer above, and be sure to read our review of the first two seasons of Steven & Friends.