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Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens Arrives on DVD This April

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens Arrives on DVD This April

News has been quiet on the Ben 10 front lately, and while there are a lot negative feedback concerning the direction of the franchise via Ben 10: Omniverse (you can participate in the ongoing discussion about the new art style in here), fans are still willing to give it a chance, and of course, there’s also the previous iterations of the franchise to look back to. And fans will be able to do just that, as one of the more recent movies, the CG-animated Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, will be coming to DVD Tuesday, April 16 (according to Cartoon Network’s official Ben 10 supersite).

Ben 10 Evolution

Ben 10 Evolution

Let’s just sum it up quickly: Ben 10 Week was awesome. All of the bonus specials, all of the episodes, the CG animated Destroy All Aliens, the sneak peek of Omniverse, etc. etc. Really, the only bad thing about the entire promotion was that… it ended! If only Cartoon Network could just let it live on forever! Or, ok, if we’re getting creative with our wishes here, how about just start beaming new episodes directly into our eye lids!! …No? Too Much? OK, fine. Still, with the two new pieces in place from this week, we have a new appreciation for the Ben 10 franchise through the years that we didn’t have prior to Ben 10 Week. Let’s take a look!

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens

Ben Tennyson in Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens
Ben Tennyson in Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens

We’re only a few hours away from the screening of Cartoon Network’s newest Ben 10 movie, Destroy All Aliens. The new movie will use CG-animation, and will feature Tara Strong and Meagan Smith returning to voice Ben and Gwen Tennyson, respectively. The movie’s title is a nod to the videogame titles “Destroy All Humans” and the Gozilla movie “Destroy all monsters”.

Ben 10: Alien Swarm

Ben 10: Alien Swarm

What better way to celebrate the premiere of the new Ben 10 movie, Destroy All Aliens, than to look back at one of the older Ben 10 feature length films, particularly the 2nd live action one: Ben 10: Alien Swarm.

Ben 10: Alien Swarm is also a Man of Action production, and premiered back in November, 2009. The movie stars Ryan Kelley, Galadriel Stineman, and Nathan Keyes as Ben Tennyson, Gwen Tennyson, and Kevin Levin, respectively. The story focuses on a swarming alien menace that is planning to invade earth, and of course, there is only one force on earth who can stand in their way. Okay, make that a total of 10.

Ben 10 Week

Ben 10 Week

All week long, prepare yourself for a non stop Ben 10 ride, as today kicks off Cartoon Network’s Ben 10 Week. Between March 19th and March 24th, the CN celebrates our alien-transforming friend with all types of specials; including the new CG animated movie Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, AND a teaser look at the fourth series in the franchise, Ben 10: Omniverse. Will you guys be watching!?

Destroy All Aliens

Destroy All Aliens

Who wants to destroy evil aliens? I’m sure a lot of folks do. But who wants to destroy all aliens, the badder the better? Ben 10 does! In the upcoming Cartoon Network special, Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, which premieres on March 23rd, prepare yourself for a whole lot of Ben Tennyson defending the world against an evil Mechamorph Warrior called “Retaliator”. And this isn’t the older, more mature Ben you know from Ultimate Alien, or even the upcoming Omniverse, this is the classic ten your old guy you remember from the original series that started the whole franchise. But don’t worry, he’s not going it alone! Along for the ride are Gwen, Grandpa Max, and a whole slew of alien forms.

Man of Action’s fourth Ben 10 series, Ben 10: Omniverse

Man of Actions fourth Ben 10 series Ben 10 Omniverse
LAIMAGE2.jpg: 16 year-old Ben from Ben 10: Omniverse

We’ve been through a lot with our pal Ben Tennyson. There’ve been alien abductions and global takeover plots, various transformations that seem to create themselves on a whim — some that are even introduced outside of the Ben 10 Universe! Now, Man of Action, the very team behind Ben 10, Alien Force, and Ultimate Alien, is ready to introduce the next chapter into the Ben 10 franchise: Ben 10: Omniverse.  Only this time, there’s a bold connection to the past in addition to a path moving forward!

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens! Premieres this March on CN

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens! Premieres this March on CN

Ben 10 fans are in for a treat this march, as Cartoon Network has picked the days between March 09 and March 24 to be the international premiere of a new CG animated Ben 10 movie entitled Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens!

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens follows the young Ben Tennyson as he joins an intergalactic weekend camp called the Total Alien Immersion training program, which he found to be disappointing, especially when the program had him sent back to Earth struck in his alien forms. This wouldn’t be a problem if he only had to worry about his job protecting earth from evil aliens, but it turns out that an evil Mechamorph Warrior called “Retaliator” is hunting and planning to take Ben down, after mistaking him for another evil alien.

Tiny Island helps Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens on Cartoon Network in 3D

Tiny Island helps Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens on Cartoon Network in 3D

As many of you have no doubt read already on ToonBarn, Ben 10 is getting ready to step into the world of computer generated animation with the upcoming CG made-for-TV movie Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens. Tiny Island Productions is heading up the Stereoscopic 3D CG animation, working with Man of Action and Cartoon Network to ensure this Ben 10 story lives up to the hype, and every loyal Ben 10 fan’s giant expectations. Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens takes us back to Ben Tennyson’s earlier years, before Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Ben 10: Alien Force. We’re talking about the original, kid Ben, with Gwen and Grandpa Max at his side. The original voices of each character will also return to the Tiny Island production, which is set to launch on Cartoon Network around the world in 2012. Excited yet?

Cartoon Network’s CG Ben 10 movie Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens

Cartoon Network's CG Ben 10 movie Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens

As the days go by, we’re learning more and more about Cartoon Network’s upcoming movie, Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens. The new made-for-TV special revisits the Ben 10 universe in a never before seen way: complete in computer animated glory! Taking place before Ultimate Alien and Alien Force, Ben 10 Destroy All Aliens takes us back to the original Ben 10 era, where Ben, Gwen, and Grandpa Max solve case after case, with a little help from the Omnitrix and Ben’s alien forms – even utilizing the original Ben 10 voice cast! Check out some brand new screen shots of the project in motion, as well as the full press release.

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens brings CG Ben 10 to Cartoon Network

Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens brings CG Ben 10 to Cartoon Network

During the heydays of this year’s Comic-Con 2011, we scoured a lot of great info about the upcoming world of animation. Amongst the biggest revelations was Cartoon Network’s latest Ben 10 adventure; Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, an entirely CG rendered made for TV movie. Still somewhat early in development, the CN promises this computer animated cartoon will be ready for our TV-watching enjoyment next year. Perhaps most surprising, and maybe even a little exciting, is the decision to go before Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Ben 10: Alien Force, and create a “prequel” of sorts during the original Ben 10 era; Ben, Gwen, and Grandpa Max solving cases with the original Omnitrix, just like the old days — and complete with all the original voice cast! Check out these teaser screen shots of the project in motion.

Comic-Con 2011 reveals Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens trailer for Cartoon Network

Comic-Con 2011 reveals Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens trailer for Cartoon Network

We’ve seen Ben Tennyson evolve from Ben 10 to Ben 10: Alien Force and finally to Ben 10: Ultimate Alien. Throw in some live action Ben 10 movies, video games, and online adventures, and you just might think you’ve seen it all. Well Cartoon Network has some news for you! The CN is currently working on a brand new movie completely rendered in gorgeous CG, ready for you in 2012, and teased at Comic-Con 2011. The made for TV special, Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, takes us back to the days of 10 year old Ben, from the original Ben 10 animated series, as he struggles with school, bullies, being grounded, and missing fishing trips with Grandpa Max. When an opportunity from the Total Alien Immersion training program offers a trip around the galaxy, Ben thinks he has it made! …until the new villain Mechamorph Warrior spoils the fun while Ben is stuck in his alien forms. Want more? Check out the sneak peek teaser trailer right here, and let us know what you think!

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