The first episode of StevenBomb 6 revolved around Steven's relationship with Rose.
StevenBomb 3 was referred to as "#weekofsardonyx" on the staff's Tumblr.
The clip from "Cry for Help" introducing Pearl and Garnet's fusion was shown at SDCC 2015.
Promotional artwork for the first StevenBomb shows a panicked Steven running with a lit bomb in his hands. This is a reference to the film adaptation of the 1960s Batman series starring Adam West, in which Batman runs through a seaside town trying to get rid of a bomb.
The final episode of the second and third StevenBomb ("Chille Tid" and "Friend Ship") were both represented by a question mark in the promo art.
StevenBombs tend to act as a countdown to an apocalyptic scenario that is to occur in the future.
So far, almost all StevenBombs except the fifth have introduced a new fusion.
StevenBomb 1 reveals Garnet's status as a fusion, StevenBomb 2 introduces the Cluster Gems, StevenBomb 3 silhouettes an Unknown Fusion Gem, StevenBomb 4 reveals the result of a fusion of gems of the same type, and StevenBomb 6 reveals the concept of permanent Homeworld Gem fusions.
And, in each Bomb except the fifth, at least one fusion reappears.
The quote "Just let me do this for you!", by Lapis Lazuli, in "Chille Tid".
Interestingly enough, the first episode of StevenBomb 3, "Cry For Help" – that is, the episode immediately following StevenBomb 2 – also features a song prominently including the word "do". In the lyrics of "Tower of Mistakes", the phrase "Is there something I can do?" is repeated several times.
StevenBomb 3's theme was Sardonyx and the conflict revolving her, Garnet and Pearl.
In a thread raising concerns about leaked content, writer Matt Burnett foreshadowed this conflict by jokingly describing StevenBomb 3 as revolving around "Pearl hitting rock bottom".
StevenBomb 4's theme is Steven's birthday, as well as Peridot's redemption.
StevenBomb 5's theme is leaving Earth to save Greg in outer space, as well as the effect Rose Quartz shattering Pink Diamond has had on the Homeworld Gems.
StevenBomb 6's theme is the abduction of Steven's friends and the repercussions resulting from Rose's, as well as Steven's, actions.
Someone sings in every StevenBomb. As well, in each StevenBomb, at least one character sings.
StevenBomb 3: Garnet takes off her visor while she says "I can be brash, you can be reckless. And we can both get carried away." in "Cry for Help".
StevenBomb 4: In "The Answer", Garnet does not wear her visor once. In "Steven's Birthday", Garnet removes her shades in an unsuccessful attempt to get baby Steven to stop crying.
StevenBomb 5: In "That Will Be All", Garnet is not wearing her visor when Ruby and Sapphire fuse to stop Holly Blue Agate's attack (she summons it again, saying "We'll handle this noise").
There are some characters who appear or are mentioned in every Bomb. Other than Steven, Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl, these include Ruby, Sapphire, Peridot, Rose Quartz, Connie, and Greg. A Lapis Lazuli and a Jasper appear or are mentioned in every Bomb except the sixth.
Ruby and Sapphire appear or are mentioned in every StevenBomb.
In StevenBomb 1, they are first introduced and fuse with each other in "Jail Break".
In StevenBomb 2, they are constantly being mentioned throughout the episode "Keeping It Together", and they almost unfuse in the same episode.
In StevenBomb 3, they unfuse in the episode "Keystone Motel".
In StevenBomb 4, Garnet was telling a story about them in "The Answer".
In StevenBomb 5, Garnet willingly unfused into Ruby and Sapphire so they could act as normal Homeworld Gems in the Zoo.
In StevenBomb 6, Steven hopes that Garnet will split into Ruby and Sapphire when they split up to find Aquamarine.
Each StevenBomb has Peridot in at least one episode: