@coreofthesun Granted, I don't really see Kevin as a vigilante-type. Most especially with moments like when he was willing to let two trains crash into each other and kill hundreds of innocent people in the process just so he can steal some money, Kevin seems like quite a selfish person. I think he cares too much about himself to be a vigilante and be willing to help others, unless maybe it furthers his own selfish goals. Like he's willing to work with Vilgax because it would help him get closer to Ben and try to achieve his goal of getting payback towards Ben. He also just doesn't have a good view towards other people given the treatment and abuse he faced. In the episode Framed, Kevin states, "Nobody's innocent! They just haven't had the chance to make fun of me yet!". That's not someone that fits the role of a vigilante.
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RE: Max knowing Kevin's father makes no sense
RE: My Biggest Issue with Goodbye and Good Riddance
@coreofthesun The Mr. Smoothy mascots thing was certainly the biggest killer of that finale. It's one of the biggest examples of the show being too comedic. That's a noteworthy moment that really should've been taken more seriously but the crew, for some reason, decided to play it off as a joke. It really ruined the moment.
RE: My Biggest Issue with Goodbye and Good Riddance
@KineceleranGirl Well, assuming that the gas line explosion did indeed kill Vilgax. Vilgax has survived worse. He was once stuck onto a nuclear missile that was fired at his ship after all.
Goodbye and Good Riddance I think can work as a good finale. Although, Secret of the Omnitrix works well enough as a series finale of the Original Series as well. I think I would've rather preferred for Ben to keep his secret identity for a while longer though. I don't think that aspect of Goodbye and Good Riddance made much sense and having Ben's secret identity be revealed at a later time would work better. Ideally when Ben transitions into Ben 10,000. Say around the age of 15 (the original age in which Ben supposedly made that transition) and during or after the Highbreed invasion could be a good point. Alien Force really should've centered on Ben's transition into Ben 10,000.
I do think that Goodbye and Good Riddance, as well as Secret of the Omnitrix, were better finales than Omniverse. Omniverse's series finale felt like they were trying to do better by going bigger. You don't always have to go bigger though. Bigger doesn't always mean better. More doesn't always mean better either. Sometimes, less is more. I tend to appreciate stories and finales more when they're more personal over having bigger scale and I think Secret of the Omnitrix handled that personal element quite well, despite having a universe-wide threat being involved. To me, Secret of the Omnitrix's story gradually ended up feeling like a more personal and grounded story despite its premise.
Max knowing Kevin's father makes no sense
Just another little thing that I wanted to post alongside the "prisons inside the Null Void" post. The sequel shows established that Max's former Plumbers partner was Kevin's father...and then that was subsequently retconned into a false memory in Omniverse. None of that makes sense because those moments established that Max knew about Kevin, yet the Original Series showed that Max doesn't know about and recognize Kevin at all.
Why are there prisons inside the Null Void?
Just a little something that I want to post. The sequel shows established that there are prisons inside the Null Void, and I'm questioning as to why. The Null Void in and of itself is a prison. They basically added prisons inside of a prison. That just feels redundant to me.
RE: E-10: The Series (2017 Series) Discussion
@coreofthesun Ebomnitrix faced accusations of being racist and a pedophile and all that stuff. There was a document that detailed everything that was going on with him. I don't know Ebomnitrix well enough myself but I also don't really trust his accusers. I think the person that made that document was someone known as transwiththeplans, who is not the most tolerable and trustworthy person given my and others' experiences with that person.
Personally for me, I'm skeptical of that document and those accusations. It felt more like they were out to get Ebomnitrix. Probably because he was being a jerk to them, which is pretty much the only thing that I do buy from the document so far. Maybe they're right about him. Maybe not. "Racist" and "pedophile" are certainly words that feel like they've lost their meaning considering how often they get thrown around all over the place on social media in situations where they don't apply. And again, I don't really trust his accusers. They're not the most tolerable of individuals.
Anyways, that whole situation was a mess. I don't want any part of what was going on and unless something else about Ebomnitrix comes up, I rather move on from it.
Gallery of all of my Ben 10 commissions
Just making a page compiling all of the Ben 10 commission I had done for easier access. I'll try to update this page if I arrange any more commissions in the future.
Here is a set of character redesign commissions drawn by mateusboga.
Ben 10,000 Redesign
Future Adult Gwen Tennyson Redesign
Ken Tennyson Redesign
Devlin Levin Redesign
And here are the commissions of characters from the Little Moments series that I also had mateusboga illustrate as well.
George (Version 1)
George (Version 2)
RE: Why Kevin Levin should be a villain
@KineceleranGirl I recall hearing something like that. I guess I wouldn't mind about him being a vigilante or something of the likes as long as him and Ben remain as enemies and not friends. Not only do I think Kevin is far more interesting as a villain, but I think he has the potential to be one of the best and most dangerous and terrifying villains in the franchise. Moments like what you mentioned from the Ken 10 episode I think showcased that. Kevin's powers combined with his sheer obsession towards making Ben suffer is a very dangerous recipe that could really create quite an intense conflict for Ben, Gwen, Ken, etc. to deal with.