Most Extreme Alien Planet Earth - Netflix

Imagine a stick that can change into a scorpion and then into a leaf. Well seeing is believing. There are creatures on Alien Planet Earth that just love to have a change of outfit standing by.

Most Extreme Alien Planet Earth - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-05-22

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This is a list of aliens on Cartoon Network's Ben 10 franchise.

Most Extreme Alien Planet Earth - Way Big - Netflix

Voiced by: Fred Tatasciore - Ben 10: Secret Of The Omnitrix, Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens Dee Bradley Baker - Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien Greg Cipes - Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (As Kevin in “Inspector 13”) Eric Bauza - Ben 10: Omniverse Way Big is a To'kustar, created by unpredictable cosmic storms. He is 200 feet tall with the ability to move at fast speeds and create a cosmic storm and has invulnerability, a To'kustar's only weak point is his fin, which momentarily paralyzes him when struck. Gaining the ability to become Way Big in “Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix”, after Azmuth decides to deactivate the “Self-destruct mode” of the Omnitrix, Ben uses this form's size to his advantage. He was also seen in the non-canon episode “Ken 10” where Ben 10,000 fights Kevin when he defeats Kenny. In Ben 10: Alien Force and Destroy All Aliens, the spikes on his hips and shoulders are gone and he now has green eyes. Way Big has great strength as shown in Ben 10: Ultimate Alien episode “The Ultimate Sacrifice” when he easily defeated all 6 Ultimates. He also has great strength on objects his size such as in “Primus” where he threw Vilgax into orbit, despite him being his own size. Also in “The Widening Gyre” he threw the garbage monster into the sun, despite it being relatively bigger. In “Ben 10: Omniverse,” Way Big has his new design similar to his original. He also now speaks in a distorted voice with a Japanese accent. He was temporarily erased from the Omnitrix as a result of Eon's time ray.

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