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Ben 10: Alien Force 

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Fifteen-year-old Ben Tennyson must utilize the Omnitrix yet again in order to locate his missing Grandpa Max, accompanied by his cousin Gwen and former enemy Kevin 11.
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Series cast summary:
Yuri Lowenthal ...  Ben Tennyson / ... 46 episodes, 2008-2010
Dee Bradley Baker ...  Humungousaur / ... 46 episodes, 2008-2010
Ashley Johnson ...  Gwen Tennyson / ... 45 episodes, 2008-2010
Greg Cipes ...  Kevin Levin / ... 45 episodes, 2008-2010


Fifteen-year-old Ben Tennyson must utilize the Omnitrix yet again in order to locate his missing Grandpa Max, accompanied by his cousin Gwen and former enemy Kevin 11.

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Did You Know?


Ben is the only one of the trio to appear in all the episodes. The other two didn't appear in season three, episode seventeen, "Above and Beyond", as they were said to have gone on a mission halfway across the galaxy. See more »


"War of the Worlds Part 2" {2.13} ends with Ben finding he has no recognized aliens available in the Omnitrix. But he's still using nothing but established aliens for the rest of the series. See more »

Crazy Credits

At the end of the closing credits, the Cartoon Network opens to reveal Ben activating the Omnitrix; the logo closes before it's seen what he becomes. See more »


Follows Ben 10 (2005) See more »

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Ben 10 grows up.
10 March 2020 | by Animany94See all my reviews

I watched the original series and found it rather generic in its premise, and while I still think they could've done a little more with it, I can now appreciate it for laying the foundation of this sequel series to flesh it out so much more.

Ben 10: Alien Force takes everything from the original series and adds more layers to it. Kevin, who was an enemy of Ben before, is now on his team as a complex character with problematic but useful connections to the bad guys. He is a highlight as a character and is voiced beautifully by Greg Cipes.

And while Ben shows much more maturity in this series, he's still not fully grown. That, sadly, isn't always played out consistently, because while the first two seasons were pretty firm on making him serious and responsible, they went all over the place in season three by making him shift at lightning speed between serious and obnoxious.

But Ben 10: Alien Force still deserves praise for elevating its storytelling, animation and characters to be more engaging and likable. And what could you expect with such a talented crew like Dwayne McDuffie, Butch Lukic, Dan Riba and Glen Murakami? They've done compelling work before like many of the beloved DC Animated Universe series Justice League and Batman Beyond with the latter sharing the same music composers, Lolita Ritmanis and Kristopher Carter, with this.

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Release Date:

18 April 2008 (USA) See more »

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