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Ben 10 is the fifth iteration of the Ben 10 franchise. It serves as a reboot to the television series and is loosely based upon the Original Series.


Building on the highly successful franchise about kid hero Ben Tennyson, Ben 10 introduces a re-imagined Ben, his cousin Gwen, and Grandpa Max are normal, as they travel the country during summer vacation. When Ben finds the Omnitrix, a mysterious watch that transforms him into 10 different friendly aliens, a world of extraterrestrial superpowers opens up to him. The series is produced by Cartoon Network Studios and created and executive produced by Man of Action Entertainment (Big Hero 6, Generator Rex), with John Fang (Mixels, Generator Rex) on board as supervising producer.[1]



Main Characters[]



Alternate Dimension[]

Generator Rex[]


Major Villains[]

Recurring Villains[]

One-Time Villains[]



Regular Aliens[]

Omni-Enhanced Aliens[]

Omni-Kix Aliens[]

Omni-Naut Armor Aliens[]


Alternate Timeline Aliens[]

Kevin's Aliens[]

Kevin's Future Aliens[]

Gwen's Aliens[]

Billy's Aliens[]

Squirrel's Aliens[]

Steam Robot Aliens[]

Max's Aliens[]

Vilgax's Aliens[]



Mighty Magiswords[]

Ben 10, along with other Cartoon Network shows, had a collaboration with Mighty Magiswords in the app "MagiMobile". It had Magiswords based on some of Ben's aliens for players to collect, including all the season 1 aliens


A Villainous short released on the Brazilian Cartoon Network YouTube channel features Flug analyzing Vilgax while Dementia tries using his advice on Black Hat. The short ends with Flug creating his own Omnitrix for Vilgax, who attempts to transform into Black Hat before being eaten by the form. It uses clips from Omni-Tricked: Part 3, Omni-Tricked: Part 4, Out to Launch, Animorphosis, The 11th Alien: Part 1, and The 11th Alien: Part 2.

OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes![]

An episode of OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes! is a crossover event which premiered on October 8, 2018. Crossover Nexus featured Ben Tennyson, Raven from Teen Titans Go!, Garnet from Steven Universe and K.O. from OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes! as they band together to escape the destroyed CN City and stop Strike.

Generator Rex[]

In the episode Ben Gen 10, Ben meets a young Generator Rex on the run from a hostile Providence working through a series of misunderstandings in order to save the world from being infected with alien DNA.

Alien X-Tinction[]

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. Multiple Bens based off previous iterations appear in this special.

Teen Titans Go![]

In an update of game Super Hero Time, Titans Tower from Teen Titans Go! with Titans NPCs were added.


Video Game[]

A video game based on the series was released worldwide on November 10, 2017 (for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One). It was developed by Outright Games and distributed by Bandai Namco in the EMEA. In the game, players discover aliens and use them to help Ben defeat three of his greatest enemies: Zombozo, Queen Bee, and the Weather Heads.

Another Ben 10 video game Ben 10: Power Trip was released on October 9, 2020.


Voice Actor Role(s)
Tara Strong Ben Tennyson
Ben Tennyson (Road Trip Without Gwen Dimension)
Ben Tennyson (Original Series Dimension)
Upgrade (Freaky Gwen Ben)
Mrs. Billions
Mrs. Roland
Rhobyn Food
Ben Prime (10-year-old)
Montserrat Hernandez Gwen Tennyson
Four Arms (Freaky Gwen Ben)
President Gwen
David Kaye Max Tennyson
Shock Rock
Omni-Kix Shock Rock
Omni-Naut Shock Rock
Omni-Kix Humungousaur
Omni-Naut Humungousaur
Prospector Pete
Mr. Billions
Shock-O (Riding the Storm Out)
Piscciss Volann Prisoner
A.I. Max
John DiMaggio Four Arms
Omni-Enhanced Four Arms
Omni-Kix Four Arms
Glamour Man
Magg-O-Net Monster
Loboan Prisoner
Secretary Zombozo
Maurice (Future)
Bobo Haha
Daryl Sabara Heatblast
Omni-Enhanced Heatblast
Omni-Kix Heatblast
Omni-Naut Heatblast
Alien Guy
Vulpimancer Prisoner
Rex Salazar
Josh Keaton XLR8
Omni-Enhanced XLR8
Omni-Kix XLR8
Shady Looking Dude
Ryan Sez (Adventures in Babysitting)
Acid Breath
Roger Craig Smith Diamondhead
Omni-Enhanced Diamondhead
Omni-Kix Diamondhead
Iron Kyle
Napoleon (hand)
Steam Smythe
King Brunch
Forever Knight
Way Big
Sergeant Smythe
Travis Willingham Cannonbolt
Omni-Enhanced Cannonbolt
Omni-Kix Cannonbolt
Tim Buktu
Todd Haberkorn Grey Matter
Omni-Enhanced Grey Matter
Omni-Kix Slapback
Grey Arms
Tetrax Shard
Sir Crepe
Max Mittelman Overflow
Omni-Enhanced Overflow
David Sobolov Upgrade
Vin Ethanol
David Hornsby Wildvine
Omni-Enhanced Wildvine
Greg Cipes Stinkfly
Omni-Enhanced Stinkfly
Kevin Levin
Quad Smack
Hot Shot
Dark Matter
Yuri Lowenthal Gax
Alien V
Michael Morningstar (The Charm Offensive)
Ectonurite Prisoner
Ben Tennyson (Alien Force Dimension)
Ben Tennyson (Ultimate Alien Dimension)
Ben Tennyson (Omniverse Dimension)
Fred Tatasciore Hydromander
High Override
Ben 10,000
Four Arms
Robin Atkin Downes Hex
The That
General Hex
Cree Summer Shasta Fay
Betts McCabe
Vanessa Marshall Queen Bee
Carlos Alazraqui Minitaur
Jeff Bennett Madcow
Wolfen Sheep
Gust-O (The 11th Alien: Part 2 onwards)
Shock-O (The 11th Alien: Part 2 onwards)
Rob Paulsen Bruce
Coach Keene
Dwight Schultz Dr. Animo
Admiral Animo
Gunnar Sizemore Billy Billions
Eric Bauza

Gust-O (Riding the Storm Out)

Audrey Wasilewski Maxine Sez
Debi Derryberry Simon Sez (Adventures in Babysitting)
Jessica DiCicco Frightwig
Tom Kenny Xingo
Polar Twain
Dee Bradley Baker Napoleon (head)
King Koil
Rath (Ben)
Omni-Kix Rath
Omni-Kix Jetray
Omni-Naut Jetray

Major Glorff
Opticoid Prisoner

Ogie Banks Simon Sez (Battle at Biggie Box)
Ryan Sez (Battle at Biggie Box)
Keith David Yawk
Vic Chao Agent Six


Theme Song[]

Main Article: Theme Song (Reboot) The openings of seasons 1-4 showed all 10 of Ben's current aliens posing next to a number. At the end of each opening, Team Tennyson does some sort of interaction.

Ben 10,010[]

The opening showed the majority of Ben's enemies, along with his current aliens at the time.

Ben Gen 10[]

The opening showed Team Tennyson traveling around the world in the Rustbucket, while Ben cycles through all of his aliens.

Alien X-Tinction[]

The opening showed Ben showcasing all 10 of his current aliens, aside Max and Gwen. Towards the end, the silhouettes of Original Series Ben, Alien Force Ben, Ultimate Alien Ben, and Omniverse Ben are shown in their respective series order.


  • In Season 1-4 intro, when Ben transforms into Four Arms, the core of Omnitrix doesn't pop up.
  • In Ben 10,010 intro, when Slapback switches to Humungousaur, Humungousaur only has one spike.



  • The reboot is the longest running Ben 10 series, having produced 184 episodes and airing for 4.5 years (5 if counting the United Kingdom broadcast of the show).
    • It also features the longest season in the franchise, with Season 3 being comprised of 52 episodes, and the shortest season in the franchise, with Season 5 being comprised only of 3 specials.
  • This series' episodes have a run-time of 11 minutes, instead of 22 minutes that the previous iterations of Ben 10 had.
    • Episodes were 22 minutes long in production and each was broken into two segments.
    • This was done by Cartoon Network so they can mix and match episodes. It also worked better for comedy.[DR 1]
    • Season 5 consisted of 3 movie-length specials, each of them had a 44-minute runtime, which is the equivalent to 4 normal 11-minute episodes.
  • In this series, the Omnitrix changed its appearance every season, while this happened with each new series in the Classic continuity.
    • The out-of-universe reasons for the Omnitrix having a new appearance every season were to repurpose unused designs from pre-production, differentiate one season from another, and for marketing purposes.[DR 2]
  • In this reboot, Ben's roster of transformations is limited to 10, unlike previous iterations of the franchise.
    • Instead, starting with Innervasion Part 5: High Override, aliens are now added and removed from rotation during the course of the series.
    • This rule was broken during the events of Omni-Tricked when Ben unlocked Gax, because the Omnitrix began to glitch and freak out. It is also no longer followed as of Ben 10,010.[DR 3]
    • The crew moved through the aliens they felt were at Ben's core because they are his favorite go-to characters across the life of the entire show.[DR 4] They also preferred to keep the title of '10' consistent.[DR 5]
    • The addition and removal of certain aliens was also based on what type of stories the crew wanted to tell with each new season, and which aliens would work best with those stories and which would not.[DR 6]
    • The working philosophy of the crew was not about a perfect well-rounded team as much as working with what you got. Until Ben has mastery over the Omnitrix, he would get all sorts of odd, sometimes lopsided, lineups.[DR 7]
  • Many aliens from previous series were initially considered to appear in the reboot at different points of development only to be excluded:
    • Wildmutt was excluded because the crew did not want him looking like anything other than a dog. Had he appeared on the show, he would have been more humanoid.[DR 8][DR 9]
    • Gravattack was considered too powerful for the earthbound villains on the show to fight.[DR 10]
    • The electric aliens from the previous shows did not make the cut because Shock Rock was created for plot purposes.[DR 11] Despite that, Buzzshock appeared in Ben 10,010 as one of Ben 10,000's aliens and Ampfibian appeared in Alien X-Tinction as one of Ultimate Alien Ben's aliens.
    • The Worst and Toolboxx were among the Omniverse aliens considered by the crew for the show.[DR 12]
  • Sometimes, ideas such as Forever Knight being sentient technology were left ambiguous in case Man of Action came up with a better idea later and wanted to change the direction.[KT 1]
  • Duncan described Season 5 as "celestial"[DR 13] and "large in scale" with having special guest stars as voice actors.[DR 14]
    • The premises for each special came when Cartoon Network executives Tramm Wigzell and Keith Fay asked Man of Action to "pitch [them] the craziest stories [they] could never do". Though they were credited only with "story" on these specials, Anthony J. Marchisello and Marcus Reinhart actually wrote full scripts for each special from the story pitches Man of Action provided.[STS 1]
  • Duncan is unsure of what the future of the franchise will hold following Alien X-Tinction,[DR 15] noting that changes at WarnerMedia have put things on pause.[DR 16] These include:
  • Duncan Rouleau has brought up the possibility of a new iteration of Ben 10 starting with a new angle,[DR 21] saying that there is always a chance it could happen.[DR 22]
    • The crew is developing many options; the changing fields of platforms from cable to streaming, the consolidation of Warner Bros. franchises, and a "thousand other factors" will determine where, how, and when Ben's next iteration will finally settle.[DR 23]
    • There is a possibility of a show featuring an older Ben at some point. However, that will not be happening any time soon.[DR 24]
    • The crew is in talks with Cartoon Network.[DR 25] Announcements were planned sometime in late 2021,[DR 26] but Rouleau later rescinded this statement.[DR 27]
  • Before the official logo was revealed, the 2016 official Cartoon Network Calendar used the logo for Ben 10: Omniverse.
  • This is the second Cartoon Network reboot series after The Powerpuff Girls (2016).
  • Unlike the previous series, Playmates is now handling the toys instead of Bandai.
  • The show's soundtrack is composed by Kevin Manthei, who has previously composed music for Man of Action's two previous shows Generator Rex and Ultimate Spider-Man.


Crew Statements[]

Steven T. Seagle[]

Duncan Rouleau[]

Kelly Turnbull[]

TV Series
Classic Continuity
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Reboot Continuity
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