History Franchise / Ben10

12th Jan '18 8:01:43 PM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens'' (2012): A [[AllCGICartoon CGI]] film set shortly after the events of the original series. The Omnitrix once more gets damaged during a fight and must be repaired. While handling the problem of the malfunctioning watch causing Ben to randomly teleport around the world, the characters must also deal with a bounty hunter that wants the device. [[RetCanon Was later made canon to the main timeline.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens'' (2012): A [[AllCGICartoon CGI]] film set shortly after the events of the original series.series [[RetCanon and later made canon]] to the original continuity. The Omnitrix once more gets damaged during a fight and must be repaired. While handling the problem of the malfunctioning watch causing Ben to randomly teleport around the world, the characters must also deal with a bounty hunter that wants the device. [[RetCanon Was later made canon to the main timeline.]]
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12th Jan '18 8:00:26 PM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix'' (2007): Ben and Gwen travel through outer space in order to find the creator of the Omnitrix after a fight causes the device's self-destruct sequence to activate, which could potentially [[ApocalypseHow destroy the universe]] if not fixed. Though it premiered during the middle of the show's final season, it serves as the canon GrandFinale to the original series (designated as the 49th-51st episode of the series in official order) despite that it is listed on TV.com or Wikipedia as the first three episodes of season 4 in production and actual chronological order.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix'' (2007): Ben and Gwen travel through outer space in order to find the creator of the Omnitrix after a fight causes the device's self-destruct sequence to activate, which could potentially [[ApocalypseHow destroy the universe]] if not fixed. Though it premiered during the middle of the show's final season, it serves as the canon GrandFinale to the original series (designated as the 49th-51st episode of the series in official order) despite series.[[note]]WordOfGod states that it is listed on TV.com or Wikipedia as its events take place chronologically after "Ben 10 vs. The Negative 10" two-parter, which were the first three final canonical episodes of season 4 in production to air. (The WhatIf episode "Goodbye and actual chronological order.Good Riddance" was the last episode produced and aired.)[[/note]]
12th Jan '18 7:34:20 PM RacattackForce
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* ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Ben102016}} Ben 10]]'' (2016-present): The fifth series and a ContinuityReboot. Even more comedy and slapstick-driven than ''Omniverse'', this installment has the most drastic art shift yet in order to reflect the new tone. Despite being a "{{back to basics}}" approach, some elements and characters from later entries of the original continuity [[CanonCharacterAllAlong do make an appearance]]. Man of Action returned to serve as executive producers, with John Fang (''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'') serving as supervising producer.

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* ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Ben102016}} Ben 10]]'' (2016-present): The fifth series and a ContinuityReboot. Even more comedy and slapstick-driven than ''Omniverse'', this installment has the most drastic art shift yet in order to reflect the new tone. Despite being taking a "{{back to basics}}" "[[RevisitingTheRoots back-to-basics]]" approach, some elements and characters from later entries of the original continuity [[CanonCharacterAllAlong do make an appearance]]. Man of Action returned to serve as executive producers, with John Fang (''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'') serving as supervising producer.
12th Jan '18 7:33:20 PM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' (2008-2010): The DarkerAndEdgier TimeSkip continuation of the series set mostly in Ben's hometown of Bellwood. Five years have passed since the original show and Ben is now a teenager living a normal life, but that all changes when a new alien threat is discovered. Ben must once again wear the Omnitrix to combat it, helped along by Gwen and [[HeelFaceTurn former villain]] Kevin. It lasted three seasons for a total of 46 episodes, [[ArtShiftedSequel underwent a complete art overhaul]], and had Creator/DwayneMcDuffie as supervising producer."

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' (2008-2010): The DarkerAndEdgier TimeSkip continuation of the series set mostly in Ben's hometown of Bellwood. Five years have passed since the original show and Ben is now a teenager living a normal life, but that all changes when a new alien threat is discovered. Ben must once again wear the Omnitrix to combat it, helped along by Gwen and [[HeelFaceTurn former villain]] Kevin. It lasted three seasons for a total of 46 episodes, [[ArtShiftedSequel underwent a complete art overhaul]], and had Creator/DwayneMcDuffie as supervising producer."



* ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Ben102016}} Ben 10 (2016)]]'' (2016-present): The fifth series and a ContinuityReboot. Even more comedy and slapstick-driven than ''Omniverse'', this series underwent the biggest art shift yet, in order to completely distance itself from the previous shows. Man of Action returned to serve as executive producers, with John Fang (''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'') serving as supervising producer.

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* ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Ben102016}} Ben 10 (2016)]]'' 10]]'' (2016-present): The fifth series and a ContinuityReboot. Even more comedy and slapstick-driven than ''Omniverse'', this series underwent installment has the biggest most drastic art shift yet, yet in order to completely distance itself reflect the new tone. Despite being a "{{back to basics}}" approach, some elements and characters from later entries of the previous shows.original continuity [[CanonCharacterAllAlong do make an appearance]]. Man of Action returned to serve as executive producers, with John Fang (''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'') serving as supervising producer.
12th Jan '18 7:24:50 PM RacattackForce
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* ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Ben102016}} Ben 10 (2016)]]'': The fifth series and a ContinuityReboot. This series underwent the biggest art overhaul yet in order to completely distance itself from the previous shows and Man of Action returned to serve as executive producers.

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* ''[[{{WesternAnimation/Ben102016}} Ben 10 (2016)]]'': (2016)]]'' (2016-present): The fifth series and a ContinuityReboot. This Even more comedy and slapstick-driven than ''Omniverse'', this series underwent the biggest art overhaul yet shift yet, in order to completely distance itself from the previous shows and shows. Man of Action returned to serve as executive producers.
producers, with John Fang (''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'') serving as supervising producer.
19th Oct '17 8:24:15 PM FierceLlama
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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes, 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.

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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes, episodes across 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.
19th Oct '17 8:23:58 PM FierceLlama
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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes ,20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.

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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes ,20 episodes, 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.
19th Oct '17 8:23:39 PM FierceLlama
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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes with 278 aired and 32 unaired across 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.

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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes with 278 aired and 32 unaired across 20 episodes ,20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.
19th Oct '17 8:15:13 PM FierceLlama
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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes across 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]] as of August 16, 2017. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.

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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 310 episodes with 278 aired and 32 unaired across 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]] as of August 16, 2017.instead[[/note]]. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.
18th Oct '17 12:59:15 AM FierceLlama
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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 278 episodes across 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]] as of August 16, 2017. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.

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Taken as a whole, the ''Ben 10'' franchise is Cartoon Network's [[LongRunners longest-running series]] with a grand total of 278 310 episodes across 20 seasons, four [[MadeForTVMovie made-for-TV movies]], 40 shorts, and 1 special[[note]]although one that was counted as an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' instead[[/note]] as of August 16, 2017. It is also the most number of episodes and seasons on all Cartoon Network original series.
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