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The Heaven Beetle is a former Corrupted Gem that makes her debut in the episode "Giant Woman". Steven Jr. finds her inside the Big Bird. She now lives within Little Homeworld with her friend and possible romantic partner the Earth Beetle.
The Heaven Beetle resembles a Japanese Rhinoceros Beetle. The Heaven Beetle's femurs are light-green, and the lower half of her legs are pine-green. Her body is mostly yellow but is topped with a turquoise-colored gemstone surrounded by a white clover-shaped marking. She has a white horn, white antlers, and light green eyes.
She has bright yellow skin and two cool dark green eyes. Her hair is light green and bob style with a white band around the forehead and under her hair, with two structures similar to white wings on top and a lime green knuckle connecting them. She wears a yellow-gold dress with a white collar similar to the chalice of a daisy and small blue-green flats. Her face has no visible nose. The movie revealed that she does have visible hands and fingers.
Thousands of Years Ago
Around 4,500 years ago
Garnet sends Pearl, Amethyst, and Steven to collect the beetle from her tiny house at the top of the Sky Spire. The beetle is swallowed by the Big Bird, and Steven and Steven Jr. are swallowed shortly afterwards. Steven manages to find the beetle in Steven Jr.'s mouth while trapped in Big Bird's stomach. She is placed in a terrarium with the Earth Beetle that Garnet then bubbles.
The Heaven Beetle, along with the other Corrupted Gems, is healed at Rose's Fountain when Steven and the Diamonds combined their powers. The Earth Beetle gives her a kiss on the cheek, and the two are lifted in the air when Ocean Jasper emerges from the healing water.
When Spinel accidentally caused the giant pizza cutter to get out of control, one of the barrels on the scaffolding fell off and was headed straight for herself and the Earth Beetle, who were out on their afternoon constitutional. Luckily they were saved by Lapis Lazuli and gave her an okay after being asked if they were okay. They were then seen at the end of the movie after Spinel left with the Diamonds.
The Heaven Beetle, along with the Earth Beetle, are seen learning how to forge with Bismuth.
The Heaven and Earth Beetle, along with Ocean Jasper and a Nephrite, attended a home safety "geminar" hosted by Sunstone.
The Heaven Beetle is seen alongside Earth Beetle in their house when the baseball is about to crash towards their window until Steven manages to catch the baseball, saving them. The moment is short-lived however, as Steven's enthusiasm triggers his destructive powers, accidentally destroying Heaven and Earth Beetle's house in the process, leaving the two unharmed and homeless.
As shown in "Change Your Mind", the Earth and Heaven Beetle appeared to have a very close, presumably romantic, relationship before being corrupted.
Steven Universe: The Movie also showed them going on an afternoon constitutional walk together.
They hold each other when they were afraid of Garnet's predictions in "A Very Special Episode".
Lapis saves the Heaven and Earth Beetle from the runaway barrel in Steven Universe: The Movie. After being asked if they were okay, they answered yes by giving a thumbs up.
The Heaven Beetle is with her at Sunstone's safety geminar, and often sits on her head.
|1. "Gem Glow":||Absent||14. "Lars and the Cool Kids":||Absent|
|2. "Laser Light Cannon":||Absent||15. "Onion Trade":||Absent|
|3. "Cheeseburger Backpack":||Absent||16. "Steven the Sword Fighter":||Absent|
|4. "Together Breakfast":||Absent||17. "Lion 2: The Movie":||Absent|
|5. "Frybo":||Absent||18. "Beach Party":||Absent|
|6. "Cat Fingers":||Absent||19. "Rose's Room":||Absent|
|7. "Bubble Buddies":||Absent||20. "Coach Steven":||Absent|
|8. "Serious Steven":||Absent||21. "Joking Victim":||Absent|
|9. "Tiger Millionaire":||Absent||22. "Steven and the Stevens":||Absent|
|10. "Steven's Lion":||Absent||23. "Monster Buddies":||Absent|
|11. "Arcade Mania":||Absent||24. "An Indirect Kiss":||Absent|
|12. "Giant Woman":||Debut||25. "Mirror Gem":||Absent|
|13. "So Many Birthdays":||Absent||26. "Ocean Gem":||Absent|
|27. "House Guest":||Absent||40. "On the Run":||Absent|
|28. "Space Race":||Absent||41. "Horror Club":||Absent|
|29. "Secret Team":||Absent||42. "Winter Forecast":||Absent|
|30. "Island Adventure":||Absent||43. "Maximum Capacity":||Absent|
|31. "Keep Beach City Weird":||Absent||44. "Marble Madness":||Absent|
|32. "Fusion Cuisine":||Absent||45. "Rose's Scabbard":||Absent|
|33. "Garnet's Universe":||Absent||46. "Open Book":||Absent|
|34. "Watermelon Steven":||Absent||47. "Shirt Club":||Absent|
|35. "Lion 3: Straight to Video":||Absent||48. "Story for Steven":||Absent|
|36. "Warp Tour":||Absent||49. "The Message":||Absent|
|37. "Alone Together":||Absent||50. "Political Power":||Absent|
|38. "The Test":||Absent||51. "The Return":||Absent|
|39. "Future Vision":||Absent||52. "Jail Break":||Absent|
|1. "Stuck Together":||Absent||15. "Pool Hopping":||Absent|
|2. "The Trial":||Absent||16. "Letters to Lars":||Absent|
|3. "Off Colors":||Absent||17. "Can't Go Back":||Absent|
|4. "Lars' Head":||Absent||18. "A Single Pale Rose":||Absent|
|5. "Dewey Wins":||Absent||19. "Now We're Only Falling Apart":||Absent|
|6. "Gemcation":||Absent||20. "What's Your Problem?":||Absent|
|7. "Raising the Barn":||Absent||21. "The Question":||Absent|
|8. "Back to the Kindergarten":||Absent||22. "Made of Honor":||Absent|
|9. "Sadie Killer":||Absent||23/24. "Reunited":||Absent|
|10. "Kevin Party":||Absent||25. "Legs From Here to Homeworld":||Absent|
|11. "Lars of the Stars":||Absent||26. "Familiar":||Absent|
|12. "Jungle Moon":||Absent||27. "Together Alone":||Absent|
|13. "Your Mother and Mine":||Absent||28. "Escapism":||Absent|
|14. "The Big Show":||Absent||29-32. "Change Your Mind":||Non-speaking|
|Steven Universe: The Movie:||Non-speaking|
|1. "Little Homeschool":||Cameo||11. "In Dreams":||Absent|
|2. "Guidance":||Absent||12. "Bismuth Casual":||Absent|
|3. "Rose Buds":||Absent||13. "Together Forever":||Absent|
|4. "Volleyball":||Absent||14. "Growing Pains":||Absent|
|5. "Bluebird":||Absent||15. "Mr. Universe":||Absent|
|6. "A Very Special Episode":||Appears||16. "Fragments":||Absent|
|7. "Snow Day":||Absent||17. "Homeworld Bound":||Absent|
|8. "Why So Blue?":||Absent||18. "Everything's Fine":||Appears|
|9. "Little Graduation":||Absent||19. "I Am My Monster":||Absent|
|10. "Prickly Pair":||Absent||20. "The Future":||Absent|
- The Heaven Beetle and Earth Beetle are collectively known as "The Geode Beetles of Heaven and Earth".
- This may imply that their gem type is something relating to geodes, although this has not been confirmed.
- The Heaven Beetle appears in the game Goat Guardian.
- The Heaven Beetle and Earth Beetle's identity as Corrupted Gems was confirmed by Matt Burnett.
- The Earth Beetle appears to have a gemstone identical to the Heaven Beetle's. This could mean they are the same Gem type.
- The design of the Heaven and Earth Beetles resemble the real life practice of live insect jewelry.
- The Heaven and Earth Beetles are the first known examples of Corrupted Gems able to live comfortable, non-destructive lives.
- The Heaven Beetle owns a castle-like house with books, glasses, bongos, a TV, a bed, and a game console, which is ironic since neither Gems or Corrupted Gems need these items to survive, and the Heaven Beetle (presumably) can't use most of these items.
- She and the Earth Beetle are the second and third Corrupted Gems that are shown bubbled without being poofed first. The Desert Glass is the first.
|Her gemstone is located on her back, appearing to take up her entire back area. It is rhomboidal in shape, specifically a wide kite-like shape. It is physically identical to her partner's gemstone.|