Cartoon Network Enterprises Announces New Partnership with SONIC Drive-In for Ben 10

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Ben 10 – Four Arms Toy at SONIC Drive-In

Fans of the hit Ben 10 animated series have more merchandise to collect! Cartoon Network Enterprises has announced a new partnership with SONIC Drive-In. It’s hero time!

Since its debut back in 2005, the Ben 10 franchise has continued to gain popularity. The current series, titled Ben 10, premiered in the U.S. last year and served as a reboot of the popular franchise. Being one of Cartoon Network’s hit animated shows, Ben 10 has already been renewed for a third season.

With lots of Ben 10 related swag available for you to collect, fans can go ahead and buy Ben 10 figures and themed stickers included in Wacky Pack® kids meals from now through November 25, 2018. A total of 3,600 SONIC Drive-Ins nationwide are offering these items.

The toy assortment includes five popular aliens from the TV series including Four Arms, Heatblast, Cannonbolt, Upgrade, and Diamondhead.

Here’s the gallery!

As for the show itself, the five-part Inversion season two finale is set to premiere in the U.S. on October 26, 2018. The final episode in the finale will allow the current series to hit the 80-episodes mark.

While I enjoyed the characters aging up in Alien Force, Ultimate Alien, and Omniverse, and I was looking forward to them growing even more, I found myself being okay with the current Ben 10 reboot taking things back to when Ben and his cousin Gwen were 10-years old. Now, if only the animated series can begin developing Gwen’s magical abilities.

The series has touched Gwen’s potential in episodes such as ‘Brief Career of Lucky Girl,’ ‘Story, Bored,’ ‘The Charm Offensive,’ and a couple of others, but I want to see more. So, fingers crossed season three delivers.

What do you think of the Ben 10 toys and stickers being offering by SONIC Drive-In? Feel free to share your thoughts with us.

Author: Farid-ul-Haq

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