Bandai Toys has launched Ben 10 Omniverse toys ranging from Hyper Alien Figures and Alien Collection Figures, to Tactilien Figures, Mechanized Figures and Omniverse Masks.
Ben 10 Omniverse sees Ben flash back in time to the years between the original Ben 10 series and the current Omniverse series where Ben is 16 years old. Ben has a brand new Omnitrix which is much more unpredictable, so he won’t always be the alien he selects. There are brand new aliens Ben can turn into, but he can also call upon aliens from past Ben 10 series.
Ben must save the universe against a brand new enemy, Khyber. Khyber has an evil Omnitrix called the Predatrix, this allows Khyber to turn his pet dog into the natural predator to each alien Ben turns into. Ben will often be weaker in any battle against Khyber’s dog and will rely on his cunning to outsmart and defeat this villain. Ben will also team up with new sidekick Rook, a special Plumber who is knowledgeable about weapons and computers. Along with Rook, Ben must protect and save the universe against this new alien threat!
Little man was sent a cool mechanized figure, Feedback Mechanised Alien (RRP £9.00) is a cool figure with a unique wind up action feature. It allows the figure to flip and move.
Little man was also sent a Gravattack Omni-Kit Figure (RRP £13.00), it is a collect and construct multi-part figure kit. It is easy and fun to build, it has over 25 pieces in the kit to create a poseable action figure.
Little man loved his new Ben 10 toys, he had lots of fun playing with them, he even asked to put on his Ben 10 top and cap while playing. I should add that the Omni-Kit is easy to build by an adult as you need to follow the instructions provided. Little man helped with the stickers, however I had to do most of the work. It was enjoyable building it, we had a lovely bonding time. Now little man said he would like the rest of the toys in the Ben 10 Omniverse range.
Ben 10 Ominverse toys are suitable for children aged 4+. Stockists are Argos, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Tesco, Toys R Us, Smyths, The Entertainer, Toymaster and all good toy stores. Check out the full range on www.bandai.co.uk