History WesternAnimation / Ben10

1st Jan '17 6:31:12 PM FierceLlama
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The beginning of the original continuity in the [[Franchise/Ben10 franchise]], three more series follow: the DarkerAndEdgier [[TimeSkip Time Skipped]] sequel ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' that follows Ben as a teenager, then ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' (which immediately follows the events of ''Alien Force''), the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' that immediately follows ''Ultimate Alien'', and ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' which is a reboot of the series. The foursome who created the original series went on to create ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and later work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', before returning to [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] this franchise.

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The beginning of the original continuity in the [[Franchise/Ben10 franchise]], three more series follow: the DarkerAndEdgier [[TimeSkip Time Skipped]] sequel ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' that follows Ben as a teenager, then ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' (which immediately follows the events of ''Alien Force''), the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' that immediately follows ''Ultimate Alien'', and ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' which is a reboot of the series. ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016''. The foursome who created the original series went on to create ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and later work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', before returning to [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] this franchise.
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1st Jan '17 6:30:09 PM FierceLlama
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The original series also has three television movies based on it; ''WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix'', which serves as the canon and official order GrandFinale[[note]]the movie aired during the middle of the final season, with the last episode of the series to air being a WhatIf story months later[[/note]], a AlternateUniverse LiveActionAdaptation ''Film/Ben10RaceAgainstTime'' (notable for starring [[Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan Lee Majors as Grandpa Max]]), and a 2012 all-CGI film called ''WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens'' that was later [[RetCanon Ret Canoned]].

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The original series also has three television movies based on it; ''WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix'', which serves as the canon and official order GrandFinale[[note]]the GrandFinale despite that it was produced or take place before the last 10 episodes of the series[[note]]the movie aired during the middle of the final season, with the last episode of the series to air being a WhatIf story months later[[/note]], a AlternateUniverse LiveActionAdaptation ''Film/Ben10RaceAgainstTime'' (notable for starring [[Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan Lee Majors as Grandpa Max]]), and a 2012 all-CGI film called ''WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens'' that was later [[RetCanon Ret Canoned]].
1st Jan '17 6:29:08 PM FierceLlama
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The beginning of the original continuity in the [[Franchise/Ben10 franchise]], three more series follow: the DarkerAndEdgier [[TimeSkip Time Skipped]] sequel ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' that follows Ben as a teenager, then ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' (which immediately follows the events of ''Alien Force''), the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' that immediately follows ''Ultimate Alien'', and ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' which is a reboot of a series. The foursome who created the original series went on to create ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and later work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', before returning to [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] this franchise.

The original series also has three television movies based on it; ''WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix'', which serves as the canon GrandFinale[[note]]the movie aired during the middle of the final season, with the last episode of the series to air being a WhatIf story months later[[/note]], a AlternateUniverse LiveActionAdaptation ''Film/Ben10RaceAgainstTime'' (notable for starring [[Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan Lee Majors as Grandpa Max]]), and a 2012 all-CGI film called ''WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens'' that was later [[RetCanon Ret Canoned]].

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The beginning of the original continuity in the [[Franchise/Ben10 franchise]], three more series follow: the DarkerAndEdgier [[TimeSkip Time Skipped]] sequel ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' that follows Ben as a teenager, then ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' (which immediately follows the events of ''Alien Force''), the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' that immediately follows ''Ultimate Alien'', and ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' which is a reboot of a the series. The foursome who created the original series went on to create ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and later work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', before returning to [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] this franchise.

The original series also has three television movies based on it; ''WesternAnimation/Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix'', which serves as the canon and official order GrandFinale[[note]]the movie aired during the middle of the final season, with the last episode of the series to air being a WhatIf story months later[[/note]], a AlternateUniverse LiveActionAdaptation ''Film/Ben10RaceAgainstTime'' (notable for starring [[Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan Lee Majors as Grandpa Max]]), and a 2012 all-CGI film called ''WesternAnimation/Ben10DestroyAllAliens'' that was later [[RetCanon Ret Canoned]].
1st Jan '17 6:28:01 PM FierceLlama
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The beginning of the original continuity in the [[Franchise/Ben10 franchise]], three more series follow: the DarkerAndEdgier [[TimeSkip Time Skipped]] sequel ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' that follows Ben as a teenager, then ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' (which immediately follows the events of ''Alien Force''), and finally the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' that immediately follows ''Ultimate Alien''. The foursome who created the original series went on to create ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and later work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', before returning to [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] this franchise.

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The beginning of the original continuity in the [[Franchise/Ben10 franchise]], three more series follow: the DarkerAndEdgier [[TimeSkip Time Skipped]] sequel ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' that follows Ben as a teenager, then ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' (which immediately follows the events of ''Alien Force''), and finally the LighterAndSofter ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' that immediately follows ''Ultimate Alien''.Alien'', and ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' which is a reboot of a series. The foursome who created the original series went on to create ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and later work on ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', before returning to [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] this franchise.



* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, [=XLR8=] sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.

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* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, [=XLR8=] sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s Cash's baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.
29th Dec '16 6:45:16 PM FierceLlama
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* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, {=XLR8=} sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.

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* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, {=XLR8=} [=XLR8=] sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.
29th Dec '16 6:42:58 PM FierceLlama
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* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, {=XLR8=} sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.


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* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, {=XLR8=} sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.
29th Dec '16 6:41:58 PM FierceLlama
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* BaseballEpisode: The episode "The Unnaturals" in which the Cannons (their hometown and Ben's school baseball team) and their opponents named Squires (disguised as baseball players but actually they are robots) had a baseball game in Philadelphia. One of its team are the school bullies named J.T. and Cash. During the game, {=XLR8=} sabotages them before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons and wears J.T.'s baseball t-shirt with an inscription "23" at the back of it. He failed to bat the ball two times but when he bats it successfully, he runs from his starting point up to the umpire or referee and from that part of the field, he turns into Four Arms.
26th Dec '16 6:03:10 PM FierceLlama
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* GrandFinale: "Secret of the Omnitrix", as WordOfGod confirms it takes place ''after'' "Ben 10 vs. the Negative 10" (canonically speaking), which means they are episodes 49-51 in official order of the show (despite that the production order for the movie are 401-403 or episodes 40-42 chronologically as it is still takes place during the summer and have no proof for the trio to return to their hometown Bellwood as they will go to the mall to stop the zombies according to TV.com or Wikipedia article of List of Ben 10 episodes). However it was aired early on in Season 4's (between Big Fat Alien Wedding and Ben 4 Good Buddy) run rather than later.

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* GrandFinale: "Secret of the Omnitrix", as WordOfGod confirms it takes place ''after'' "Ben 10 vs. the Negative 10" (canonically speaking), which means they are episodes 49-51 in official order of the show (despite that the production order for the movie are 401-403 or the first three episodes 40-42 of season 4 chronologically as it is still takes place during the summer and have no proof for the trio to return to their hometown Bellwood as they will go to the mall to stop the zombies according to TV.com or Wikipedia article of List of Ben 10 episodes).episodes and on Cartoon Network airing order which are episodes 44-46). However it was aired early on in Season 4's (between Big Fat Alien Wedding and Ben 4 Good Buddy) run rather than later.
26th Dec '16 8:02:42 AM FierceLlama
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* GrandFinale: "Secret of the Omnitrix", as WordOfGod confirms it takes place ''after'' "Ben 10 vs. the Negative 10." However it was aired early on in Season 4's run rather than later.
** However, the actual GrandFinale for the series overall is Goodbye and Good Riddance but that episode is non-canon.

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* GrandFinale: "Secret of the Omnitrix", as WordOfGod confirms it takes place ''after'' "Ben 10 vs. the Negative 10." 10" (canonically speaking), which means they are episodes 49-51 in official order of the show (despite that the production order for the movie are 401-403 or episodes 40-42 chronologically as it is still takes place during the summer and have no proof for the trio to return to their hometown Bellwood as they will go to the mall to stop the zombies according to TV.com or Wikipedia article of List of Ben 10 episodes). However it was aired early on in Season 4's (between Big Fat Alien Wedding and Ben 4 Good Buddy) run rather than later.
** However, the The actual GrandFinale for the series overall is Goodbye and Good Riddance but that episode is non-canon.
26th Dec '16 7:57:16 AM FierceLlama
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** However, the actual GrandFinale for the series overall is Goodbye and Good Riddance but that episode is non-canon.
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