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LEGO and Cartoon Network collaborated to make a line of LEGO toys for Ben 10: Alien Force. They came out in 2010. A total of six of them were released: Swampfire, Humungousaur, Spidermonkey, Chromastone, Jetray, and Big Chill.

They only lasted one wave of six sets before they were discontinued later in 2010 due to poor sales.

Assembly[]

The pieces of the figures connect when compatible connectors are snapped into their appropriate sockets. In this way, a complete model can be created, along with a vast number of other combinations. The pieces are compatible with other LEGO products, especially those which also use the ball-and-socket system (E.G. Bionicle, Hero Factory). The figures also glow in the dark.

The figures were easier to build due to them being made for younger kids.

Gallery[]

Click here for the gallery.

Trivia[]

  • A promotional brick, the Ben 10 After Dark Brick, was released at LEGOLAND Windsor.
  • In 2012, several Ben 10 fans in the UK built a large statue of Bloxx made out of Legos to promote Ben 10: Omniverse. The statue was designed by KC Designs.[1] It took over 570 hours to build and it broke a world record for the most contributors to an interlocking plastic brick sculpture.

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