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The Null Void is an alternate dimension that is not part of the branching Timestream[DJW 1] discovered by the Galvan and turned into a penal colony. It is filled with floating rocks. Null Guardians are the guards of this prison dimension.


The Null Void is normally accessed by a Null Void Projector which can open a portal between dimensions. Max and his former partner, Phil, have owned one and trapped thousands of aliens in it while in their Plumber years.

Gwen is able to open portals to the Null Void.[1]

There are naturally occurring "soft spots" in the multiverse that lead into the Null Void, but they don't usually lead back out.[DJW 2]

Settlers live in the Null Void as well the descendants of criminals who made a living there for years.[1]

D'Void seized control over the Null Void and attempted to break through into the main dimension by means of a Kormite powered-drill, but was defeated by Ben, Max, Helen, Pierce, Manny, and some other aliens.[1]


The Null Void's landscape is always changing - making it impossible to ever know where one is going.[pop-up 1][2]

Notable Prisoners

Temporary Prisoners

Former Prisoners


Ben 10

Season 2

Season 4

Alien Force

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Ultimate Alien

Season 1



Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Season 6

Season 8

Video Games

Ben 10: Protector of Earth

The Null Void is the last level in the game. Ben, Gwen and Grandpa Max get lost there as they fight Enoch, Kevin 11, Clancy and Six Six.

Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks

The Null Void is the seventh level in the game. Dr. Animo appears as the boss in the level. Ben gains Jetray in this level.

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Galactic Racing

The Null Void is the first level in the game, consisting of four tracks.


In the game, players begin at the Null Void for basic training. There is a Plumber training camp there, along with Ben and the Rust Bucket 3.

Naming and Translations

Language Name Origin
French Vide absolu From vide, void and absolu, absolute
German Sicherheitszelle From Sicherheit, safety and Zelle, cell
Hungarian Null Űr From null, null and űr, void
Portuguese (Br) Nulificador From Nulificador, Nullifier
Spanish (HA) Proyector (until ...Nor Iron Bars a Cage)
Vacío (since Basic Training until Ben 10: Omniverse)
Zona Nula (The Rooters of All Evil)
Null Void (Weapon XI: Part 1)
"portal" (The Most Dangerous Game Show)
From proyector, projector
From vacío, void
From nula, null and zona, zone
From the original English name.
From portal, portal (Null Void is referred indirectly).


  • The Null Void seems to be a horrifying place. For example, Kevin and Argit are scared, or at least hesitant, at the thought of ever being imprisoned or setting foot there again.[3]
    • Ben claimed that being in the Null Void is much worse than being in ordinary prison.[4]
    • Though rather intimidating himself, Vilgax had an eye twitch by just mentioning it, calling it accursed.[5]
  • All of the aliens who haven't been freed by the Plumbers' Helpers are still in the Null Void.[DM 1]
  • The Null Void is similar to the Negative Zone from the Marvel Comics, an alternate dimension where Prison 42 holds all supervillains. Like the Null Void, if the villains could escape the facility there would be nowhere else to run to.
    • The Null Void is similar to the Phantom Zone, an intergalactic prison in the DC Comics universe that keeps dangerous criminals, such as General Zod.
  • There is only one Null Void shared across the Multiverse.[DJW 3]


Crew Statements

Derrick J. Wyatt

Dwayne McDuffie


See Also

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