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Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 Over the past several years, Ben Tennyson has been the hero that everyone needed, yet no one thought of. He has saved the Earth—and the rest of the galaxy (and perhaps the universe, too)—from threats so huge that they sometimes induce cultist activities. And, while he may have annoying tendencies toward self-imposed fame, he always tries to do the right thing, along with the help of his cousin, Gwen, and one-time-enemy, Kevin. Now, as they move forward in their lives, he’s back to his old tricks—protecting the Earth, one alien at a time.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 We start out seeing young Ben fighting an alien, who seems to get the upper hand, but the boy is eventually victorious. Jump forward to when Ben in 16, and you see Ben, Kevin, and Gwen chasing down some demented clown with a stolen brain suspended in nutrient solution. After capturing the crazed clown, Gwen and Kevin leave for college, leaving Ben alone without his primary team, but it doesn’t take him long to find trouble in the area. He investigates a crater that used to be a building only to fight some “dog-like” creature being controlled from an unseen alien. After Ben “defeats” (as in it ran away instead of killing him) the alien creature, he discovers that the building was demolished by a gang of aliens running a protection racket.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 As usual, Ben is still yearning to be famous, despite the fact that he already is, and will seize nearly any opportunity to state that he saved the world (the galaxy, the universe … ) a few times. He may be a hero, but he is egotistical beyond measure, even for a teenager. He constantly wants to do things himself, despite the fact that when he does, property values plummet at a record rate. He doesn’t like working with others, and yet he’s been with a team since as far back as when he first found the first omnitrix. It’s the same old Ben.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 Finding out where the gang is likely to hit next, Ben convinces the store owner to let him protect it. When the gang shows up, Ben starts talking trash to get the aliens riled up until they start to attack each other. In the midst of the confrontation, another alien intervenes and reveals himself to be a Plumber there on behalf of Grandpa Max, and is to be Ben’s new partner. Ben doesn’t want to work with someone else, but, in the interim, the two of them start working together to defuse a bomb that the gang planted in the store. Unable to defuse the bomb, they toss it into an unoccupied area, and then follow the gang below ground to find out more information.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 Parents need to know that violence is a concern in this TV movie inspired by the animated series Ben 10. Cartoon-style exchanges between Ben (in various alien forms) and his alien competitors result in imploding buildings, mangled cars, and exploding missiles, but no visible injuries. Expect some competitive banter between Ben and his cousin as each tries to outdo the other and they tease each other with names like “dweeb” and “pea brain.” For his part, Ben isn’t a rule-follower when it comes to teachers’ or parents’ policies, but he changes his tune as a result of his experiences.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 The end of summer break and the start of the school year finds 10-year-old superhero Ben Tennyson (voiced by Tara Strong) at odds with his teacher, grounded by his parents, and itching for some major alien-hunting action. So when his old friend Tetrax (David Fennoy) shows up and invites him along on an intensive training program somewhere far, far away, Ben barely hesitates before jumping at the chance. Unfortunately, the excursion is complicated by his malfunctioning Omnitrix, which sends Ben back to Earth stuck in variations of his alien forms. Even worse, his arrival coincides with that of an unidentified Mechamorph who’s got one goal: Destroy all aliens. A battle ensues, and alien-form Ben and the Mechamorph are transported to another universe that exists within the Omnitrix itself. It will take all of his wits, plus the help of his Grandpa Max (Paul Eiding) and cousin Gwen (Meagan Smith), for Ben to get back home safely.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 BEN 10: DESTROY ALL ALIENS revisits the younger incarnation of the morphing superhero character who, throughout his on-screen existence, has been both animated and live-action, a fresh-faced tween and a brooding teen. All of these physical alterations can be frustrating for fans who try to stay loyal to a favorite character, and this TV movie is no exception. If your kids are new to Ben’s adventures, then the lack of continuity won’t be a factor, but some long-time fans might find it a hindrance.
Ben 10: Omniverse Season 1 Episode 2 One thing that does remain consistent is the violence that exists within the context of the story. True, it’s impossible to tell an entertaining superhero story without the two sides facing off at some point, but Destroy All Aliens relies on lengthy exchanges of gunfire, explosions, and crushing blows to fill time in what’s a fairly simplistic plot. But it’s not all bad. Amid all the morphing and mechanical malfunctioning are strands of a story that emphasizes the joy of family life, even, as Ben learns, when that comes with rules he doesn’t really like.