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It's Hero Time Again!
on 25 October 2010
Set five years later, Ben has given up the Ominitirx (a watch-like device that turns the wearer into 10 different or more aliens - each with its own unique abilities) and returned to normal life again. However, Grandpa Max disappears while working on a case, forcing Ben to use the Ominitrix once more but now only new and improved with a brand new set of 10 aliens. Ben is also not on his with his cousin Gwen and former nemesis Kevin to help him in a brand new course of adventures against the Highbreeds and Vilgax!
This sequel to Ben 10 is smashing to say the least, so many things have changed compared to the original like all the characters have matured and new threats to deal with and more origins explored more than the original series could provide for. Of course though, the theme of this sequel takes a much darker tone than the original with more complex plots that some people may not fully understand. To show how much darker this is, in Alien Force, you sometimes get to see characters actually dying on-screen.
The cartoon itself is brilliant with amazing graphics (I think that is better than the original to some respect) and 2.0 Dolby Digital sound qualities, when put on Surround Sound is sensational. The Box Set itself does not have a hologram like the Original Series Box Set but comes with good fancy artwork and comes with 9 Discs full with all 46 Episodes of Ben 10 Alien Force. There are sadly no extras except having Subtitles and Languages but having all the episodes is still good nevertheless.
I would recommend this to you if you have children who loved the original series and were occupied for hours watching all episodes in the box set. At £26 here you're looking at a good bargain for a whole cartoon sequel, so why don't you be a Hero and get this today!