Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Ben 10 Alien Force 1 |
Actors: Yuri Lowenthal, Dee Bradley Baker, Ashley Johnson, Greg Cipes, Paul Eiding
Genres: Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Animation
Its been 5 years since Ben last wore the Omnitrix. But when Grandpa Max goes missing, Ben must go hero once again. Now its up to Ben, Gwen and Kevin to find new half-alien allies and stop a secret Highbreed invasion. Conta... more »
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Ben 10 Alien Force Season One
BenFan | 10/31/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"It looks like the plan is to introduce Ben 10 Alien Force Season One in three volumes. Volume one is 110 minutes so it probably has 5 episodes. Volume 2 is 88 minutes so it is probably 4 episodes. There were 13 episodes in the Season, so that leaves room for for a Volume 3 with the last 4 episodes. Whatever happened to providing the entire season at once?"
Why only 5 episodes?
Josiah A. Wilkinson | 12/27/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Great shows - our kids love them. But why does Ben 10: Alien Force only give 110 minutes (5 episodes) or so and the original Ben 10 series DVDs give around 300 mins? Seems like separating the DVDs into volumes is a way to make more $ off of us parents..."
Ben 10 Alien Force, Season 1, Volume 1.........
blackaciddevil | in the USA somewhere..... | 01/14/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Picking up five years after the original series, We see Ben and Gwen and their friend Kevin during their early teens. Ben has let go of his omnitrix, so to speak, and is trying to live a normal life. Unbeknownst to Ben, a race of aliens called The Highbreed have secretly landed on Earth with the intentions of destroying the earth. Grampa Max sets out to stop them and comes up missing. Ben once again dons the Omnitrix in order to bring them down. The stakes are alot higher this time. The Omnitrix recalibrates itself to Ben's body, resulting in a new form, functions, and aliens to transform into. These first five episodes basically lay the groundwork for what I've just told you. Ben does battle with new and old enemies, and even makes friends with children who have powers identical to Ben's. The only extra we're privy to is "10 in 10". A game to see if you can identify all of Ben's 10 Aliens. It's extremely lame and boring. Heck, the previous Ben 10 Season DVDs had better extras than this stuff. I'm really disappointed. Why no trivia, commentaries or interviews with cast and crew??
While I love the episodes and recommend them to you, it is beyond me why Cartoon Network & Warner Home Video would put so many episodes of a season onto DVD when we're in the midst of Season 2 now on TV and they could put all 13 episodes on DVD for us to buy like the previous show. To get more revenue from us, perhaps? Well, it ain't the first time that Warner has did this. They did it several times with episodes of Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond. Sad but true, this will probably turn off hardcore Ben 10 Alien Force fans from picking up any of the episodes at all. I know we're living in hard times, Warner, but we all got to work together to get through this. It'd be a sound decision to put all 13 episodes in one set, honestly. Fans would be more apt to purchase them. Trust me.
At any rate, if you've got the money to spare; pick up Season 1, Volume 1. Ben 10 Alien Force is alot more mature Ben 10 show that puts alot into its' stories. This is the show that got me to pick up the previous Ben 10 Seasons on DVD.
Nice to have some episodes, but pricey for what you get
Mary | Austin, TX USA | 06/17/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"My son is a big ben 10 alien force fan, and he loves this dvd. The episodes are great, but this dvd seems to be a rip-off in my opinion. Why divide a season up into multiple dvds? This is a bit expensive for only 5 episodes."