|This article belongs to the Reboot Continuity|
Introducing Kevin 11 is the one hundred and seventh episode of Ben 10.
At a local swap meet, Ben instead sets his sights on a Sumo Slammer collectible, but when Kevin takes it for himself, our hero must get it back by overcoming Kevin’s secret weapon: an 11th alien!
- Kevin finally joins the Forever Knight's cause.
Antitrix Alien Debuts
- It's revealed that the Antitrix contains 11 aliens, consisting of duplicates of Ben's first 10 aliens and Bashmouth, hence explaining Kevin's alias "Kevin 11".
- Rush (first appearance; doppelganger of XLR8)
- Skunkmoth (first appearance; doppelganger of Stinkfly)
- Bashmouth (first appearance; doppelganger of Rath)
|Tara Strong||Ben Tennyson|
|Montserrat Hernandez||Gwen Tennyson|
|David Kaye||Max Tennyson|
|John DiMaggio||Four Arms|
|Greg Cipes||Kevin Levin|
|Roger Craig Smith||Forever Knight|
|Todd Haberkorn||Meteor Feet Guy|
- This episode contains several references to popular culture in the 1990s.
- Multiple lines in the episode are a reference Smash Mouth's popular song, All Star.
- Furthering the idea of Lucky Girl being based on the Sailor Moon franchise in this continuity, a poster of Lucky Girl in the swap is done in the art style of the original Sailor Moon anime series.
- The Gotchigotchi toy Max has is a parody on the Tamagotchi digital pet.
- The toy birds Ben brings to life with Shock Rock resembles that of the Furby plush dolls.
- The message "Kevin was here Ben is a loser" the latter wrote on the sign is a reference to the sixth episode of the Pokémon anime, where Ash Ketchum's rival Gary wrote a similar message on the Cerulean City sign.
- In addition, the scene where Kevin rotates his hat and then transforms is a reference to Ash doing a similar motion in the anime series, only throwing the desired Poké Ball instead.
- Ben has an inner voice monologue in the scene when he's playing a Sumo card game, a common anime trope and most likely a nod to the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, particularly the anime series.
- This episode may chronologically take place before Buggy Out.