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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: February 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 197 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JLTRF4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,553 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ben 10: The Complete Season 1" on IMDb

Special Features

Audio Commentary: Cool Episode Commentaries Interviews: Behind the Scenes with the Creator Interviews Other: Ben 10 Drawing Lessons with the Animators Audio Commentary: Cool Episode Commentaries Interviews: Behind the Scenes with the Creator Interviews Other: Ben 10 Drawing Lessons with the Animators Audio Commentary: Cool Episode Commentaries Interviews: Behind the Scenes with the Creator Interviews Other: Ben 10 Drawing Lessons with the Animators Audio Commentary: Cool Episode Commentaries Interviews: Behind the Scenes with the Creator Interviews Other: Ben 10 Drawing Lessons with the Animators Audio Commentary: Cool Episode Commentaries Interviews: Behind the Scenes with the Creator Interviews Other: Ben 10 Drawing Lessons with the Animators Audio Commentary: Cool Episode Commentaries Interviews: Behind the Scenes with the Creator Interviews Other: Ben 10 Drawing Lessons with the Animators

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Cartoon Network: Ben 10 Season 1

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Average kid Ben Tennyson becomes a host of alien-fighting superheroes with the help of an extraterrestrial device in Ben 10, an engaging and kid-friendly animated series that arrives on DVD with a smattering of extras for series devotees. Ben 10's basic premise resembles the 1960s and 1980s DC Comic title Dial H for Hero, with affable teen Ben discovering an alien device called the Omnitrix after it crashes on Earth. The Omnitrix gives Ben the power to transform into ten different and powerful alien heroes, each with their own specific super powers. Ben's discovery of the device attracts the attention of evil space warrior Vilgax, who wants it for his own universe-conquering purposes. Episodes are divided between Ben tangling with Vilgax and his crew of monstrous henchmen, and Ben's struggles to fight crime with the Omnitrix, which occasionally malfunctions and summons the wrong hero at the wrong time. Episode highlights include "Washington B.C.," in which scientist Dr. Amino mutates animals (including dinosaurs) into powerful monsters; "Hunted," with Ben battling a trio of interstellar bounty hunters sent by Vilgax; and "Kevin 11," about a maladjusted kid whose powers of energy absorption threaten to steal away the powers of the Omnitrix.

All 13 episodes of the 2005-2006 debut season of Ben 10are included on this double-disc set; fans also get a lesson on how to draw Ben from artist Scooter Tidwell, and there's a commentary track on "Secrets" from creators/Man of Action members Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and writers Tramm Wigzell and Thomas Pugsley. Several of the commentary participants also contribute to a brief sneak preview of an upcoming season. -- Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

My 8 yr old son loves anything Ben 10.
Book Worm
I think this is a pretty cool show, and I like the character of Ben.
G. Olmedo
The print is good quality and worth the money.
Shazi H

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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 7, 2007
Format: DVD
Healthily into its third season, it's only now that BEN 10's freshman year is finally coming out in dvd in all its thirteen episode glory. Debuting in December 27, 2005 on the Cartoon Network, BEN 10 was an immediate hit with the fans as the show, boasting a very cool concept, proved to be fun and eminently watchable. Plus, that theme song rocks.

The premise: Ordinary 10 year old Ben Tennyson comes upon a mysterious alien artifact (resembling a wristwatch) which grants him temporary access to the forms of ten alien species, each of whom is inherently imbued with its own superhuman ability. In the constant company of his wise and benign grandfather Max (who hints of an enigmatic past, proving that being a "plumber" is more exciting than one would think) and his clever, sassy cousin Gwen (who he initially dislikes), Ben, early on, learns his lessons as he heroically attempts to abide by the famous Spidey quote: "With great power comes great responsibility." But his attempts to live up to that credo are at constant odds with his more carefree and mischievous pre-adolescent tendencies. Accordingly, he strives to use his new-found super powers to nab villains, all the while keeping at bay the maurauding alien, octopus-faced Vilgax, who will stop at nothing to own the Omnitrix. But, as civic minded as he has become, that doesn't mean that young Ben can't have any fun...

The hook, of course, is that this young, normal kid all of a sudden gains and gets to play with the powers of ten formidable alien beings. Part of the fun is in witnessing Ben discover all the diverse forms (some of which are strange and kinda gross, and one, Ghostfreak, even really unnerving) he comes to inhabit and his varying reactions to 'em.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By G. Olmedo on March 22, 2007
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My son (who is almost 9) really loves this show. The animation and plot lines remind me (a little bit) of the Scooby-Do series that I watched as a kid. The twist here is that the hero in this series can transform himself into 10 different creatures with different types of powers. I think this is a pretty cool show, and I like the character of Ben.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brad Misavage on March 10, 2007
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This show is the new "transformers", the new "Voltron" of our generation. My son loves it, and it's actuallly interesting enough for me to watch as well. Seeing how Ben deals with problems, and which person he's going to use to solve them is really cool. It's a good show, and I recommend it for your younger kids. Some mild violence, but other than that, it's a HIT!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ian Srebnick on May 12, 2007
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If you like cartoons, aliens, and adventure Ben 10 is for you. This is a cartoon that rocks and is better developed than most of the new regurgitated new old cartoons. A breath of fresh alien.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William of Florida on October 16, 2008
Format: DVD
Let me start by saying that I grew up on the cartoons of the late 80's and basically the whole of the 90's. In the 90's we had a lot of great action cartoons. In fact, from the age of 6 I wanted to be a cartoonist. Cartoons are my life, and I'll always be an oversized child for it.

I remember waking up around 5:30AM so I could get ready in time to watch Reboot before going to school in the morning, or coming home and watching the Fox Kids lineup. I remember Saturday mornings full of decent quality choices in cartoons all the way from 6:00AM to noon. Heck, between Bill Nye and Beakman, we even had great science shows. And that was just the network channels!... But then that all went away...

I never stopped watching cartoons, it's just that I stopped watching action cartoons. Once Samurai Jack left me, nothing had my interest anymore. When Ben 10 originally premiered, I was positive it was another doofy kids action show that would be cancelled in a year. In fact, I only bought the first season because it was on sale for $5.00. I would have never given it a chance otherwise, but I'm glad I took that chance.

Ben 10 is more than just a good cartoon, it's a cartoon that reminds me of everything I loved in the cartoons I grew up on. This is the type of show I would have woken up early for. If you want good solid action and humor with aliens and explosions, you will find it here.

The dialogue is pretty well written, with great pacing and a great sense of humor. Some of the things Ben says when he first turns into Ghostfreak are just funny ("ninja old people!"). Something you will notice right off is that each show is its own adventure, but there is always a main plot stirring in the background.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By blackaciddevil on July 15, 2008
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It wasn't until the new show, Ben 10 Alien Force, debuted that I ever took an interest in Ben 10 at all. My nephews, 12 & 14 years of age, had told me about it before but I let it slide past me somehow. Basically what Ben 10 is about is Ben Tennyson, his cousin Gwen, and Grampa Max. Ben finds a bracelet called the Omnitrix. This bracelet allows him to assume the form of ten different aliens, each with different powers to use in any given situation. Sometimes; he changes into what he wants, while others times not. Then, after doing so, there's a time limit as to how long he can remain that way. Afterwards, the bracelets' power is drained for an unspecified amount of time before it can be used again. This puts Ben in a pickle, at times. In these first thirteen episodes, Ben & Company go up against the likes of Vilgax Dr. Animo, Kevin 11, and more. Vilgax is especially a pain in this first season as he wants the Omnitrix to conquer the galaxy. Being a comic book fan, the show itself reminds me of a DC comic called Dial H for Hero, in which one of the heroes dialed H-E-R-O on their watch to change them into a superhero. The series itself was created by Man of Action(a group consisting of Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle) and is voiced by Tara Strong(Teen Titans, The Batman), Dee Bradley Baker, Jim Ward, Meagan Smith, Paul Eiding, Richard McGonagle, Richard Steven Horvitz, Steven Jay Blum and Fred Tatasciore.

I honestly never thought I'd like this show but it's great. I'll admit, it might not have the same production values as, say, The Batman, Teen Titans or Justice League but it is just as entertaining and good.

If you're a big animation fan, check out Ben 10-The Complete Season One. You'll really like this show. I know I do.
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