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Ben 10 Omniverse

Ben 10 Omniverse
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Release Date:

February 5,2013

Never been much of a fan of Ben 10. Neither has my 6 year-old. He generally loses interest quickly. The show feels recycled and lacking in originality -which probably isn't a good thing for a "new beginning."

I'm guessing if you are a fan of Ben 10, the you'll probably love this two-disc set. If you've never watched, or only checked it out in passing, Volume 1 of the ominiverse will do little to pull you in.

It’s hero time for Cartoon Network’s favorite boy hero Ben Tennyson, as the network today announced the first DVD release from its all-new Ben 10 series, Ben 10 Omniverse. Available February 5, 2013, the Ben 10 Omniverse: A New Beginning two-disc DVD features 10 all-new action packed episodes from the series’ first season that debuted on the network in September 2012, along with the “Alien Reveals” and “Alien Database” bonus features. With an all-new look at kids’ favorite alien-changing star, including an all-new Omnitrix, new aliens, a new partner and underground world filled with intergalactic life, it’s Ben like you’ve never seen him – a little older but not always a little wiser Ben 10 Omniverse: A New Beginning will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.97 and with an order due date of January 1, 2013.

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Features

The 10 episodes featured in Ben 10 Omniverse: A New Beginning are:
 
1. The More Things Change, Part 1
2. The More Things Change, Part 2
3. A Jolt from the Past
4. Trouble Helix
5. Have I Got A Deal For You
6. It Was Them
7. So Long, and Thanks for All the Smoothies
8. Hot Stretch
9. Many Happy Returns

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