Rebecca Sugar is an artist, composer and director who is known most for her TV series "Steven Universe" and her award winning animated short "Singles," her graphic novel "Pug Davis" and her work on Adventure Time. She was nominated for both an Annie Award and an Emmy Award for her work as writer and storyboard artist, partnered with Adam Muto in Adventure Time seasons two and three. She was also nominated for an Annie Award for her storyboard work with Cole Sanchez in seasons four and five. Rebecca has the distinction of being in the 2012 Forbes List of "30 Under 30 in Hollywood."

Departure from the show and subsequent involvement

She is the creator of Steven Universe, a television show Cartoon Network greenlit for production around 2012-2013, making her the first female cartoon creator in the network's history.[1] Rebecca left Adventure Time to work on her new show, with her last episode being "Be More." Although she is no longer a member of the Adventure Time crew, she returned for the Stakes miniseries, and wrote a song (Everything Stays), which she performed at the SDCC 2015.

Temporary Return to Adventure Time

At NYCC 2015, during the Adventure Time panel, it was announced that Rebecca Sugar returned to 'Adventure Time' as a storyboard artist for the "Stakes" miniseries and another unknown episode in season 7.

Episodes worked on

Written and Storyboarded by

Story by

  • "Be More" (with Kent Osborne, Pendleton Ward, Patrick McHale, Tom Herpich, and Steve Wolfhard)

Songs composed

Rebecca's art

See Art By Rebecca

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