You can obviously see where a show is going when you see the roles of villains nearly mimicking those of the , , and from Team Fortress 2 in it.
Do I even need to point it out from here? These three are mercenaries hired by the extremely radioactive Andromedan prisoner known as P'andor, to help him unlock his armored prison, where upon completion the victor would receive $1 Mil. And the three of them do fill in the appropriate roles aforementioned so it's easy to tell who's who.
If you've watched Ben 10 Original as a kid, awesome!
If you've watched Ben 10 Original then transitioned into Ben 10 Alien Force, that is cool there.
If you've watched Ben 10 Original, Alien Force and transitioned into Ben 10 Ultimate Alien, why would Man of Action do that in the first place?
and if you've watched all three original series and then saw this monstrosity with a sane mind: the same response would pop into your head based on watching the trailers for this program.
I mean really? are we supposed to believe that these guys look anything like the versions of the characters in the Original, Alien Force and Ultimate Alien once did? It doesn't even match to their developed personalities, they don't even look like they are trying to even be subtle anymore about these guys now.
And if any of you says that this series is going to be better than the original series or it's somewhat decent sequel series was, [link]!!
How many people actually remember him from May 17, 2008? That he was Gwen's older brother and a college student? That he was kind like any big brother figure should be like. Yet he had only ONE episode he appeared or was even mentioned in: Max Out Season 1 Episode 6 of Alien Force; back when the series REALLY KICKED SOME ASS AND THEN WALKED BACK FOR MORE ASSES!!
Kenneth had plenty of opportunities to be further developed in as a Secondary or even as a Main Character, even more-so than Pierce's own moments lost to him. This is supposed to be Gwen's Older Brother we're talking about, give this lug some love Man of Action.
Anyways, here's a link to his debut episode [link], so go and watch it if you feel KICK-ASSY right now and want to get rid of that pansy feelings building up within you. And please try to make something with Kenneth here in it please... For his sake...
It's scary cause it's true: Rob Paulsen the voice of Rhomboid Vreedle was also a certain cowardly Frenchman Coyote and John DiMaggio who played the silver-tongued Octagon Vreedle is also a boring yellow "Gomu-Gomu no Mi" Doggie
Aside from that there's nothing else worth explaining here.