Parents' Guide to

Ben 10: Omniverse

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Teenage Ben's comical adventures are fun but violent.

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age 11+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 8+


I used to watch the OG Ben10, AF and UA. If you don’t want to make a sequel then don’t make one, just leave it be. Why the f would you demolish your series reputation by releasing this mess? I swear to god at this rate even a random pivot animation on youtube still has better plot, but it gets worse on the artwork, what in the actual f??? It’s essentially the producers giving us longtime fans the middle finger, you not only ended your franchise, you also damaged my childhood memories with this. Geez.
age 15+

Ben 10 Omniverse is Sic-fi

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (4 ):
Kids say (16 ):

Ben Tennyson has grown up before viewers' eyes as his character has evolved through multiple TV shows and movies, ultimately becoming the 16-year-old star of Ben 10: Omniverse. In many ways, this series is a starting-over point for Ben as he breaks in a new partner whose naivety reflects just how far Ben has come since his first alien encounter years ago. Kids who've followed his previous adventures will enjoy this latest addition to the story, marked by a new Omnitrix and 10 new alien personalities at Ben's disposal.

Of course, Ben's new maturity doesn't preclude his penchant for impulsiveness and bending the rules -- usually to a comical end -- both of which contradict Rook's carefully measured approach to alien fighting. The partners' vastly different personalities create some problems for them, but they also offer opportunities for each to adjust his expectations and appreciate the other's unique talents, which ultimately makes for a stronger team and a more effective defense against the show's villains.

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