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A Villain a Day is a Ben 10 comic story published in the Cartoon Network Action Pack series (based on the original series), published by DC and Cartoon Network. This comic appears in issue 9 of the series.

Plot

In 'Littleville, USA', Gwen, and Max watch as Ben (now transformed into Ripjaws) loses a battle against a villain -'Hy Voltage', while Gwen comments how improbable it is that they keep routinely coming across these super-villains in these every-day average towns.

Later that day, while watching the news report on the incident, and waiting to get the Rust Bucket repaired, the team learn that a wave of villains have been terrorizing the town, including villains; 'Knightmare', 'Air-Walker', 'Gimmick Guy', and 'Cyclotron'.

The mechanic, Ricky, tells the three that it would usually take him three days to get the parts, though he may be able to cobble something together sooner.

While walking through town, the Tennyson's come across a villain called 'Urban Gorilla' robbing a bank. As Ben fights the villain as Wildmutt, he discovers through his extra-human senses that it's a man in a suit, one that he has a distinct memory of. Though the villain's able to escape before they can apprehend him.

Following this, back at the RV, Upgrade confronts Ricky, claiming that all the town's villains had been left-handed like he is, and that one used the same phrase 'Geezamarazz' as he had done previously.

As the engineer runs for his guns in the backroom, Ben is able to morph onto and upgrade them, now able to clock him in the face with a punch, knocking Ricky out. Victorious, Ben remarks that the town wasn't 'big enough for the twenty of them'.

Characters

Villains

  • Hy Voltage
  • Knightmare (on TV)
  • Air-Walker (on TV)
  • Gimmick Guy (on TV)
  • Cyclotron (on TV)
  • Urban Gorilla

Aliens Used

Errors

  • Ben's shirt has a stripe on its back.
  • The sides of Upgrade's Omnitrix symbol were light green.

Allusions

  • The name 'Urban Gorilla' may be referencing the Hawkwind song of the same name.
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