Posts Tagged ‘Ben 10’
Cartoon Network has ordered 32 more episodes of Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and 20 more episodes of Generator Rex, Animation Magazine reports. The orders come after both series debuted to strong ratings, placing as the top-rated programs for boys 6-11 and 9-14 in their time slots.
I must confess that I was never much of a fan of the original Ben 10 series, thinking that it skewed a bit too young for my tastes. This probably drove my apathetic reaction to the follow-up series, Ben 10: Alien Force, even considering the involvement of Glen Murakami and Dwayne McDuffie, two big reasons […]
Cartoon Network has announced that Ben 10: Alien Force will get its season 3 premiere on Friday, September 11, 2009. The new season promises the return of the villainous Vilgax, seeking revenge on Ben Tennyson and his friends. The full press release follows. Click on either thumbnail to enlarge. Cartoon Network’s globally-popular original action-adventure series […]
Newsarama has interviewed Dwayne McDuffie, executive producer of Ben 10: Alien Force, about the new season of the show. Topics discussed include how McDuffie ended up on the show, some of the over-arching plot elements of the season, the fate of Max Tennyson and why, how to annoy a Cartoon Network PR person, the inspiration […]
Warner Home Video has announced the first DVD of Ben 10 Alien Force. The first volume of season 1 is scheduled for release on October 21, 2008 and will contain 5 episodes. No special features have been detailed yet. Suggested retail price is $14.98.
Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed Glen Murakami, supervising producer of Ben 10: Alien Force, the new spin-off series from Cartoon Network’s Ben 10. Murakami discusses his feelings on the animosity some Ben 10 fans have expressed to the new show, the approach he and story editor Dwayne McDuffie are taking to the new Ben, and […]
In an article with Comic Book Resources, writer Dwayne McDuffie stated that he and Glen Murakami (Teen Titans) are working on a revamp of Cartoon Network’s Ben 10, which will be “set five years in the future from the show that is currently running” and stated that, “It’s pretty much unlike anything people have ever […]