Maxwell "Max" McGrath is thrown into a new life after moving with his mother to the small city of Copper Canyon. There he meets new friends, bullies, and super-villains hunting him down for... See full summary »
When I first saw the ad for Ben 10: Omniverse, I was like "That looks lame" and "what's with that weird animation style". Then I actually watched it. The show was action packed, but not too action packed, and there was plenty of comic relief. The story line was easy to follow, and the use of classic characters was great! Then there was the flashbacks. They basically rebooted Ben 10 and went to after the Dagon incident. But the reboot wasn't a bad thing, it just added an extra summer in which Ben is eleven years old. It didn't really affect anything with the story to seriously. The only problem was with the show was the part where it's revealed that certain characters original backgrounds were fabricated by a secret organization. Besides that, the show was perfect. In conclusion, a lot of people said that the show nearly "killed the franchise", but I think it just added to the awesomeness that is Ben 10.
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