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The Best Steven Universe Comic of 2021

  Updated on 16 October, 2021

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Bestseller No. 1
Steven Universe Vol. 1
  • Kaboom
  • Sorese, Jeremy (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 128 Pages - 07/28/2015 (Publication Date) - KaBOOM! (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 2
Steven Universe Original Graphic Novel: Crystal Clean
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 144 Pages - 05/05/2020 (Publication Date) - KaBOOM! (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 3
Steven Universe: Punching Up (Vol. 2) (2)
  • Gillman, Melanie (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 112 Pages - 04/03/2018 (Publication Date) - KaBOOM! (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 4
Steven Universe: Welcome to Beach City
  • Sorese, Jeremy (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 112 Pages - 11/12/2019 (Publication Date) - KaBOOM! (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 5
Steven Universe Original Graphic Novel: Anti-Gravity (2)
  • Perper, Talya (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 144 Pages - 11/07/2017 (Publication Date) - KaBOOM! (Publisher)

Buyer's Guide: Steven Universe Comic

Steven Universe Comic From Bendis & Smith Has a New Chapter

If you loved the crazy adventures of Spongebob Squarepants and like to imagine yourself in a new role, then the Steven Universe Comic is for you! You can be a Beach City Cop or a Crystal Gem of all things. There are so many fun ways to enjoy this new comic series from top artist Cosmo Decalbo and colors by Emi Allen.

You love watching Spongebob and the gang, but you can't help but think there would be a lot more dimension added if they had come to life on television. Well, now you can! The Steven Universe Comic will give you the best depiction of the characters and the environments you see on television. There are so many different settings and adventure that this is the perfect way to get into the world of Steven Universe. If you love watching this television series and reading this comic you can combine your two love sports together.

The great thing about the Steven Universe Comic is there are multiple perspectives on each of the episodes. The first is as a full length episode with special new additions throughout. You'll get to see all of the amazing fun adventures that Steven Universe goes through, right from the beginning. There are bonus features that include never-before-seen episodes, commentaries from the voice actors, behind the scenes artwork, and more. You'll be able to enjoy all of these extras in one place, so it's really the perfect place to start if you've never seen the show or read the comic books.

Then, as you move through issue #3 you'll be able to continue on with the adventures of Steven Universe. These mini comics tell the story of Steven and his friends as they go on adventures to save the universe. The first mini comic included is "The Sunflower Colony" written by Rebecca Sugar and drawn by Ken Sugai. This story follows the character of Sunflower, who is a gemstone Quartz who has a crush on a human boy named Connie.

"warts and all" is the second Steven Universe Comic featuring characters from the hit TV show, Steven and Team: guardians of the gems. You'll follow Steven and his friends as they go on adventures to fight evil forces. In this issue you'll find a special illustrated double feature that features two versions of the same story. One will feature Steven and Connie, while the other will feature Rose Quartz and Peridot. These two versions of the episode are drawn in a look that is similar to the official animation, giving you a true fan experience.

Finally, in the latest Steven Universe Comic you'll discover "The Crystal Gems". This special solo series features three brand new episodes written by writer grace kraft and drawn by coloring artist Kellyizen. The three new Steven Universe Comic storylines involve the birth of the Crystal Gems and what happens after the gemstones are stolen by the Deed. There is also a special one-shot comic series that will feature some of the newest Crystal Gems that have been introduced so far. You'll get to see some of your favorite characters like Garnet and Pearl!

Next up in Steven Universe Comic will be "Dawn of the Clear", written by Kenneth Brown. This story takes place around the time when the entire Kindergarten was formed. You'll followethyst and Amethyst as they go on an adventure to find the remaining gems before the clock runs out. Next in the series you'll find "Reunited", written by Ian Mcipal. It takes place during the events of "Gemcation".

The final Steven Universe Comic to feature this year is "Homecoming". The storyline is about a teenageethyst who travels back in time to help her dying father and his son deal with the future threat of a despondent warlord. This time, her parent has taken on a new identity and becomes Sapphire, while the young Steven gets along with Peridot and gets introduced to Beach City. I can't wait to see what direction the authors take the franchise next. I'm hoping it continues the excellent tradition of introducing new gemstones into the fold!