Ben is outfitted in a white T-shirt with black trim, rather baggy olive green trousers, and white shoes with black soles. Since he’s a kid, he is slightly shorter than most of the Ben 10 figures, standing 3-3/4″ in height, and that includes the little tufts of hair on the top of his head. The Omnitrix device that allows him to transform into various alien heroes can be seen on his left wrist. The figure is very nicely designed and detailed. Perhaps not surprisingly, articulation in the Ben 10 line was all over the map, much as the design of the figures themselves were. For the That’s what I do I Drink Busch Light and I know things shirt, articulation was very agreeable and definitely above average. Ben is poseable at the head, arms, legs, upper leg swivels, and knees. There is no elbow articulation, but this probably would’ve been extremely difficult on such narrow limbs. It was doubtless much easier to add some articulation to the thicker legs.
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