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Ben 10: Omniverse is the fourth iteration of the Ben 10 franchise. It is also the sequel to Ben 10: Ultimate Alien.
- 1 Summary
- 2 Characters
- 2.1 Allies
- 2.1.1 Main Characters
- 2.1.2 Secondary Characters
- 2.1.3 Other Plumbers
- 2.1.4 Rook's Family
- 2.1.5 Other Galvans
- 2.1.6 Kinecelerans
- 2.1.7 Tetramands
- 2.1.8 Atrocians
- 2.1.9 Friedkin University
- 2.1.10 Future
- 2.1.11 Dimension 23
- 2.1.12 No Watch Timeline
- 2.1.13 Gweniverse
- 2.1.14 Mad Ben's World
- 2.1.15 Others
- 2.1.16 Secret Saturdays
- 2.2 Villains
- 2.3 Aliens
- 2.1 Allies
- 3 Vehicles
- 4 Video Games
- 5 Crossovers
- 6 Cast
- 7 Opening
- 8 Trivia
- 9 References
Ben was all set to be a solo hero with his new Omnitrix after Gwen and Kevin left for college, but Grandpa Max teamed him up with a rookie, by-the-book partner. Together they explore a secret alien city, known as Undertown beneath the city of Bellwood. Meanwhile, a mysterious hunter, known as Khyber, sets his sights on Ben! With all new alien heroes to choose from, the fun is just getting started. It's a whole new Omniverse!
- DX Mark 10
- Kevin's Car (Original)
- Kevin's New Car
- Rust Bucket
- Plumber Tank
- Plumber Ship
- Rust Bucket 3
- Time Cycles
The Secret Saturdays
In a crossover that aired on Cartoon Network October 3, 2013 titled T.G.I.S., The Secret Saturdays come to Bellwood to investigate a rash of chupacabra attacks.
Ben, among other Cartoon Network characters, made a cameo watching an awards show hosted by Uncle Grandpa. Omniverse Ben, who did not speak, was annoyed by a lame joke that Uncle Grandpa made.
The Tennysons are attacked by a villainous dimension-hopping Omni-Alien only known as Alien X. With help from a parallel universe version of Max, they bring multiple Bens and Gwens together to form an alien hero army and combat this threat. A Ben based of this series appears in the episode.
He's a kid and he wants to have fun
But when you need a superhero, he gets the job done!
With the device that he wears on his arm, he can change his shape and save the world from harm!
When trouble's taking place, he gets right in its face!
When lives are on the line, it's hero time!
- In opening 1, 11-year-old Wildmutt has two Omnitrix symbols. In opening 2, the wrong Omnitrix symbol disappears, but the wrong brace remains.
- In opening 1 and 2, 11-year-old Ripjaws has his 16-year old appearance except it lacks the belt.
- In opening 2 and 3, 11-year-old Snare-oh has his 16-year-old appearance.
- In opening 3, NRG's foot is under Crashhopper's.
- In opening 3, 11-year-old Eye Guy has a green belt and lacks an Omnitrix symbol.
- Omniverse had the most seasons out of every Ben 10 show that has aired so far, with a total of 8 compared to the 3, 4 or 5 of the others.
- Dwayne McDuffie and Glen Murakami had some thoughts about Omniverse when the crew sat down to plan the end of Ultimate Alien in September 2010. Dwayne had several pages generated in December 2010, but the real shape of the show came in April to May 2011.[MW 1]
- Production was set up such that the art director, Derrick J. Wyatt, was involved in the story meetings. This was modeled after Transformers Animated.[DJW 3] In the previous Ben 10 shows, artists were not actively involved in the story planning.
- The flashbacks happened during weekend trips.[DJW 4]
- Omniverse was hand drawn for the most part, with digital color. Some more complicated elements like the vehicles were animated using CGI.[DJW 5]
- Omniverse was trying to do more anime-styled over-the-top action. Derrick pushed the design team to get the most possible in the time they had.[DJW 6]
- One of the crew's mandates from Cartoon Network was to change the look and tone of the series as much as they could in the short time they were given for development.[DJW 7]
- The tone of Omniverse being closer to that of the original series was an executive mandate due to the fact that, globally, the original series apparently does the best ratings-wise.[DJW 8]
- Prior to the series premiere, Omniverse was only set to run for four seasons.[DJW 9] It was later renewed for two more seasons twice, bringing the total number of seasons to six[DJW 10] and then eight.[DJW 11]
- It took about six months to complete one episode of Omniverse.[DJW 13] Multiple directors worked on separate episodes at the same time, and they were staggered so a new episode could be started every week. However, the design team could only work on episode at a time. Omniverse's animation studios, Rough Draft Studios and Sunmin Animation, were in Korea. Animation was done overseas at the same time that pre-production and eventually post-production was done in the States.[DJW 14]
- The matter of deciding which alien to use in which episode depended on which alien the crew thought of or were in the mood for at the time. However, there were also other factors such as who was in the voice cast of the episode or what kind of powers were needed for a specific story point.[DJW 15]
- After a certain point in the series, the network told the crew to stop adding more Omnitrix aliens, thinking that there were already too many featured in the show.[DJW 16] Had the network not intervened, the crew could have probably added a handful of more Omnitrix aliens[DJW 17] including Jetray, Fasttrack, Chamalien, Spitter, Rocks, Squidstrictor, and Ventrilosquid.[DJW 18][DJW 19]
- However, there were a few aliens the crew did not consider incorporating into the series, namely Shellhead, Snakepit, and Sandbox.[DJW 20]
- An ideal crossover with Omniverse that Derrick would have in mind would be with the 2011 Thundercats animated series.[DJW 21]
- An earlier version of the Omniverse logo had a different font, and the "v" in the word had what looked to be the Omnitrix's interface at the bottom of it.[AC 1]
- In the same promo, it is briefly shown on a poster that Ben's flashbacks were originally going to take place when he was 10, not 11.
- During the early development of this show, it was decided from the get-go that 11-year-old Ben's aliens would all have green Omnitrix symbols[DJW 22] and that 16-year-old Ben's Omnitrix would not include an evolutionary feature.[DJW 23]
- The square textures in the backgrounds were based on an idea Derrick had that Thomas Yamaoka created before he left to go work on Beware the Batman.[DJW 24]
- New sound effects were added to the opening starting with Ben Again. These include the Omnitrix's activation sound and Upchuck, Crashhopper, and Rath's sounds.
- The opening changed in Evil's Encore for Arc 4, Something Zombozo This Way Comes for Arc 5 (Galactic Monsters) and in Clyde Five, the opening was focused on Clyde Fife.
- The opening gets an electric note in the background during the song, starting with Rook Tales.
- In the UK, the opening is different than the USA one.
- The 11-year-old versions of Grey Matter, Ripjaws, and Blitzwolfer, who have solely appeared in the intros, were not necessarily planned to appear in the series proper.[DJW 25]
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