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Jetray is a red, humanoid manta ray-like alien with green eyes, black outlines on his face, yellow horns extending from his nose, gills underneath his arms, yellow patagia which he uses to fly and glide through water, and two black lightning bolt-like stripes coming down from his shoulders to the original Omnitrix/Ultimatrix symbol on his chest.
In Video Games, Jetray wore a blue motion capture suit.
In Heroes United, the black stripes on Jetray's body are straight rather than lightning-bolted.
Powers and Abilities
Jetray is Ben's fastest flier as he can fly at supersonic speeds. Jetray maneuvers through the air with little to no flapping and accelerates to speeds greater than light with ease.
Jetray is capable of maneuvering through space, a task which no amount of flapping would allow. Jetray's flight speed even allows him to go into hyperspace, which means he can travel across interstellar distances in moments.
It would appear that Jetray has an additional key to flight beyond his wings. In proportion to his size, he has a very short wingspan, although his weight is unknown.
Jetray is durable enough to withstand gunfire from a fighter jet.
Jetray's strength extends to his feet, which are prehensile, as he was able to carry a Vaxasaurian in the air with his feet without being tired or weighed down.
Despite his durability, Jetray felt great discomfort from being fired at by a fighter jet.
Jetray's neuroshock blasts are useless against certain non-living targets, such as robots.
Jetray cannot walk very well due to his proportionally thin hind limbs.
- Jetray first appeared in Everybody Talks About the Weather, where he defeated Alan and discovered some suspicious-looking crop circles while in the air.
- In All That Glitters, Jetray was defeated by Michael Morningstar.
- In Max Out, Jetray battled some DNAliens and destroyed some of their trucks.
- In Pier Pressure, Jetray pursued Julie who had been taken captive by Ship. After finding them, Jetray revealed his secret to Julie.
- In What Are Little Girls Made Of?, Jetray was defeated by Verdona.
- In Paradox, Jetray fought the Trans-Dimensional Monster.
- In Darkstar Rising, Jetray briefly battled Darkstar before turning into Humungousaur.
- In Good Copy, Bad Copy, Jetray fought Negative Echo Echo but was trapped by Negative Spidermonkey, forcing Jetray to switch into Chromastone.
- In Save the Last Dance, Jetray briefly appeared before the Omnitrix forcibly changed him straight into Big Chill.
- In Pet Project, Jetray flew to where Gwen, Kevin, and Julie were.
- In Inside Man, Jetray battled some DNAliens to get the Oscillator Key, but was unable to destroy it when he decided to rescue Tyler instead.
- In Birds of a Feather, Jetray saved Lu from falling to his death.
- In War of the Worlds: Part 1, Jetray battled an army of DNAliens before switching into Swampfire.
- In Vengeance of Vilgax: Part 1, Jetray flew to help Gwen and Kevin fight Ssserpent and switched into Cannonbolt.
- In Vengeance of Vilgax: Part 2, Jetray was defeated by Vilgax, so he switched into Big Chill.
- In Inferno, Jetray destroyed a bomb and escaped the explosion.
- In Simple, Jetray was used to fly down to the red troops.
- In Vreedle, Vreedle, Jetray battled the Vreedle Brothers before transforming into Echo Echo.
- In Singlehanded, Jetray escaped some Vulpimancers in the Null Void and went to look for Max's old lair.
- In If All Else Fails, Jetray hyperspace-traveled to Augstaka (off-screen) to bring Reinrassig III to Earth. Later, Jetray flew towards the Highbreed Tree Monster to get inside of it.
- In Trade-Off, Jetray flew with Gwen on a mission to stop the Forever Knights.
- In The Secret of Chromastone, Jetray fought Vilgax until he reverted.
- In The Final Battle: Part 1, Jetray destroyed some asteroids, but failed to destroy a giant one, forcing him to retreat to Ship. Later, Jetray flew to Albedo's lair.
- In The Final Battle: Part 2, Jetray escaped from Vilgax and the explosion caused by the Chimerian Hammer.
- In Fame, Jetray was seen on TV. Later, Jetray battled some Air Force planes and saved one of the pilots.
- In Video Games, Jetray was scanned by Oliver Thompson. Later, Jetray failed to defeat the Stalker.
- In Too Hot to Handle, Jetray saved Gwen and fought P'andor.
- In Andreas' Fault, Jetray entered a Forever Knight castle, where he encountered Argit and Andreas and scanned the latter's DNA.
- In Fused, Jetray defeated Ra'ad.
- In Hero Time, Jetray failed to defeat Computron's Minions, so he changed into Armodrillo.
- In Where the Magic Happens, Jetray tried to fight some stone creatures in Ledgerdomain, but was unable to fly, so he switched into Cannonbolt instead.
- In The Enemy of My Enemy, Jetray battled Ultimate Kevin on the Rust Bucket 3.
- In Eye of the Beholder, Jetray went into hyperspace to meet up with Gwen, Kevin, Julie, and Ship.
- In It's Not Easy Being Gwen, Jetray went to Gwen's house to get Kevin.
- In Ben 10,000 Returns, Jetray destroyed the Hands of Armageddon, which resulted in Eon's defeat.
- In The Perfect Girlfriend, Jetray went to fight Ssserpent but found his shedded skin instead.
- In The Mother of All Vreedles, Jetray flew to the Rust Bucket 3 to meet with Gwen and Kevin.
- In Couples Retreat, Jetray was defeated by Darkstar twice.
- In The Eggman Cometh, Jetray flew around with the evolution ray on his chest, evolving all of the mutant chickens into normal chickens and unknowingly evolving the Bellwood Sheriff's intelligence to superhuman levels.
- Ultimate Ben
- In Ben 10,000 Returns, Ultimate Ben used a combination of Jetray's flight and strength to stop the Rust Bucket 3 from crash-landing.
- In Inspector 13, the Ultimatrix turned Kevin into Jetray.
- Season 1
- Everybody Talks About the Weather (first appearance)
- All That Glitters
- Max Out
- Pier Pressure
- What Are Little Girls Made Of?
- Season 2
- Darkstar Rising
- Good Copy, Bad Copy
- Save the Last Dance (cameo)
- Pet Project
- Inside Man
- Birds of a Feather
- War of the Worlds: Part 1
- Season 3
- Vengeance of Vilgax: Part 1
- Vengeance of Vilgax: Part 2
- Inferno (selected alien was Humungousaur)
- Vreedle, Vreedle
- If All Else Fails (x2; cameo)
- Trade-Off (cameo)
- The Secret of Chromastone
- The Final Battle: Part 1
- The Final Battle: Part 2
- Season 2
- Good Copy, Bad Copy (x2)
- Season 1
- Season 2
- Season 3
- Eye of the Beholder
- It's Not Easy Being Gwen
- Ben 10,000 Returns
- The Perfect Girlfriend
- The Mother of All Vreedles
- Couples Retreat (x2)
- The Eggman Cometh
- Ultimate Ben
- Season 3
- Season 3
- Cartoon Network Action Packs
- Chapter Books
Jetray is a playable alien in the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable versions of the game.
Jetray is initially unavailable, but is unlocked at the beginning of the Bombs Away! level.
Jetray is able to use his sonic dash to quickly cross long gaps. He can also dive underwater and move freely, something that the rest of Ben's aliens and Ben himself are unable to do.
Jetray is used at the end of the A Few Bad Eggs level to escape the collapsing facility underneath Parksville.
Jetray is vital for progression on the A Few Bad Eggs, Rural Rumble, Running on Autopilot, and A Change in the Weather levels of the game.
Jetray is a playable alien in the game.
Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable Versions
Jetray is able to glide and ride on wind currents to temporarily increase his altitude like Big Chill. However, he can do so for considerably longer distances and with greater speed than Big Chill.
Tri Shot is an unlockable combo move for Jetray.
Jetray is vital for progression on the Null Void level of the game.
Nintendo DS Version
Jetray and Murk Upchuck are reunlocked upon Ben's arrival in the Null Void.
Jetray is able to use his sonic dash to quickly cross long gaps in the Null Void.
Jetray is a playable alien in the game.
Due to the Omnitrix sorting out after Ben fiddled with it, Jetray was temporarily locked. Jetray was reunlocked at the beginning of Level 9.
Jetray is able to double jump and use his sonic dash to quickly cross long gaps.
Jetray is the last alien used in the game, in order to escape the collapsing catacombs after the battle with Hex.
Naming and Translations
|Bulgarian||Турбоскат||From турбо/turbo, turbo and скат/skat, ray|
|Chinese||魟人||From 魟 (Hóng), ray, and 人 (Rén), man|
|Croatian||Jetrey/Џетреј||From џет, jet, and реј, ray|
|Dutch||Jetstraal||From jet and straal, ray.|
|French||Super-Jet||From super and jet|
|German||Turbomanta||From turbo and manta|
|Greek||Τζέτρευ||Translated from English to Greek|
|Hungarian||Sugárrája||From sugár, ray/beam and rája, ray/skate.|
|Italian||Pinnajet||From pinna, fin and jet|
|Norwegian||Jetstråle||From јet and ståle, beam|
|Polish||Jetray||From the original English name|
|Portuguese (Br)||Arraia-a-Jato||From arraia, ray; the "-a-Jato" is like "jet-powered"|
|Romanian||Jetray||From the original English name|
| From лучистый/luchistyĭ, radiant|
From молния/molniya, lightning
|Serbian||Jetrey/Џетреј||From џет, jet, and реј, ray|
|Spanish (HA)||Jetray||From the original English name; pronounced /'jɪtreɪ/ (normally) or /'jɛtreɪ/ (The Eggman Cometh).|
|Spanish (Spain)||Turbo-Raya||From turbo and raya, ray|
|Swedish||Rockan||From rockan, the ray|
|Turkish||Yüzen Kanat||From yüzen,floating and from kanat,wing|
His name is a portmanteau of a "jet", a fast aircraft vehicle, and "manta ray", the creature his appearance is based on. Additionally, he can fire neuroshock rays, adding to the "ray" part of his name.
- Jetray had concept art drawn by Eric Canete, whereas his final design was created by Glenn Wong, with color styling by Chris Hooten.[GW 1]
- Jetray's voice was somewhat high-pitched until Paradox, where it became deeper.
- Dwayne McDuffie wrote an underwater battle scene for Jetray, but it was scrapped.[DM 1]
- In Fame, Jimmy thought Jetray's name was "Jeffrey" until Ben corrected him, similar to how a kid at Ben's school called Four Arms "Quad Hands" until he was corrected by Ben in Goodbye and Good Riddance.
- Even though Jetray is more adaptive in water, Ben mostly uses him for aerial fights or traveling through space.
- Jetray's flight and neuroshock blasts are reminiscent of the dragon-like Zok, of The Herculoids.
- Jetray is the only regular alien featured in both Alien Force and Ultimate Alien who does not appear in Omniverse.
- However, he was mentioned in Tummy Trouble, Weapon XI: Part 1, and The Color of Monkey.
- It was initially rumored that, because Derrick J. Wyatt disliked his design and thought he was "overused" during previous series, he decided to create Astrodactyl as Jetray's "replacement" in Omniverse. Wyatt, however, denies these rumors.[DJW 1]
- Elaborating on the subject of Jetray's absence, he stated that they never intended or even wanted to replace any aliens, and that the real reason for Jetray's absence was because Wyatt could not figure out how he wanted Jetray to look or how to put clothes on him.[DJW 2]
- Ben 23 does not have an alternate counterpart to Jetray in his Omnitrix.[DJW 3]
- Jetray is the final alien used in Alien Force.
- ↑ Some end credits of Alien Force and Ultimate Alien
- ↑ The Final Battle: Part 1
- ↑ Eye of the Beholder
- ↑ All That Glitters
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Everybody Talks About the Weather
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Good Copy, Bad Copy
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Fame
- ↑ The Enemy of My Enemy
- ↑ Trade-Off
- ↑ Pier Pressure
- ↑ The Final Battle: Part 2
- ↑ Fused
- ↑ Weapon XI: Part 1
- ↑ Video Games
- ↑ Hero Time
- ↑ link unavailable