Star Butterfly arrives on Earth to live with the Diaz, a Mexican-American family. She continues to battle villains throughout the universe and high school, mainly to protect her extremely powerful wand, an object that still confuses her.
An interdimensional princess, from the kingdom of Mewni, named Star Butterfly is sent to a new dimension, the Earth dimension, to learn how to use her newest possession, the royal family wand, and she finds help along the way meeting an Earth boy named Marco Diaz, and she lives with Marco and his parents causing all kinds of interdimensional mischief.Written by
Festivia is the only Queen whose name doesn't follow the naming scheme as it isn't a celestial body. This may be a hint towards her not being a "real" Butterfly as revealed in Eclipsa's trial in Butterfly Trap. See more »
Star's name is Sarah Sommerfugl which means Sarah Butterfly in Norwegian version. See more »
At a first glance, this show may look like an annoying little kids show, but don't be fooled. This is by far one of the best shows Disney has made, and I hope to see more of it in the future. I love how every character has depth and multiple sides to them you didn't know they had. Even Star has a rebel warrior side to her, and you may feel bad for the antagonists as well. The plot may seem dull and simple at first, but then it blossoms into a world of lore and mystery. Even in its simpler times, the show is still very entertaining. Some episodes will be filled with fun, adventure, and monster butt kicking, while other episodes will be filled with emotion, lore, and a glimpse at the lives of other characters. Plus, this show is very funny, greatly animated, and just plain fun to watch. Some elements of the show remind me of other shows, books, video games, and comics I enjoy.This is a must watch series especially if you like shows such as Gravity Falls or Adventure Time. This title gets a big thumbs up from CriticalBunniez👍
53 of 73 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this