Cartoon Review: Star vs. The Forces of Evil (Season 1 – 3)

General Information:

Create by: Daron Nefcy
Genre: Adventure, Comedy
Original run: January 18, 2015 – present
No. of seasons: 3
No. of episodes: 56
Origin: United State
Original Language: English
Producer: Disney Television Animation


Star Butterfly is a magical princess from the dimension of Mewni, and the heir to the royal throne of the Butterfly Kingdom. As per tradition, she is given the family heirloom wand on her 14th birthday. After she accidentally sets fire to the family castle, her parents King River and Queen Moon Butterfly decide that a safer option is to send her to Earth as a foreign exchange student, so she can continue her magic training there. She befriends Marco Diaz and lives with his family while attending Echo Creek Academy. Going in a series of misadventures using “dimensional scissors” that can open portals, Star and Marco must deal with everyday school life while protecting Star’s wand from falling into the hands of Ludo, a villain from Mewni who commands a group of monsters. Besides also dealing with her ex-boyfriend Tom, in Season 3, Star goes up against more serious villains like Toffee and Meteora while uncovering the mystery behind her relative Queen Eclipsa.


Star butterfly is a princess with a magic wand. Marco is an unfortunate guy who has to take care of the princess. That’s really all there is to it. The cartoon is made by Disney so it does have all the Disney Cliches. The action in the cartoon is good and so is the adventure. I liked the relationship build up. I also like how odd the characters are. The cartoon is very fun to watch and it has some sort of story going on. I liked the side characters a lot. I don’t think there was any character that I didn’t like. The first season was my favorite. I wasn’t too found of the 3rd season however we still have to see how things will turn out since the 4th season is now airing. I will be reviewing season 4 once it end.

Overall Rate: 7/10

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