Top 10 Reasons Why Teen Titans is Better Than Ben 10
Seriously, how come Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi didn't earn the same love that Teen Titans received?
They both suck, so yeah.
Yeah, TTG airs excessively, but Ben 10 somehow received more content than Teen Titans did.
I did the math, and out of every Ben 10 series, there are 337 episodes (plus five movies), compared to Teen Titans having 319 episodes and only two movies (one for each series).
I know it had a crappy reboot known as Teen Titans Go!, but that's because Ben 10 is the one to blame.
I liked all of the series except for the reboot, and you can dislike the original show all you want, but how are they lame? You legitimately think that Ben's aliens are "lame" when you consider some boring cartoon about real people to be cool? Seriously?
Okay, first off, it's totally creative, even the reboot (somewhat).
I've honestly only seen very little of Ben 10, but the OG Teen Titans is still my favorite superhero cartoon ever.
A concept like that is absolutely lame!
The same thing can be said about Alien Force and Ultimate Alien.
Ben 10 fails at it!
Man of Action had nothing to do with Teen Titans.
Man of Action, in general, sucks. They even ruined Spider-Man!
Hence, why Disney's Big Hero 6 is better than the original.
Ben is selfish, egotistical, and rude. Gwen seems to whine and complain constantly.
They're beyond gender stereotypes.
Ben and Gwen are both bastards!
OH MY GOD! You're RIGHT, SpaceGoofsGeekerBoy! Ben 10 really WAS the beginning of Cartoon Network's downfall! 2004 and 2005 may have been flawed for Cartoon Network, but Cartoon Network was still doing fine at that point. I love Cartoon Network's City era, even if they weren't perfect. It's that Ben 10 (and My Gym Partner's a Monkey) is what KILLED Cartoon Network's legacy!
Not only did this thing get rid of Teen Titans, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, and Justice League: Unlimited, but it also GAVE US MORE live-action crap, starting with the live-action movie Re-Animated, releasing the infamous Boston Bomb Scare, getting rid of Toonami until [adult swim] revived it, canceling Fridays, having Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack premiere in the era of CN Real (even though they did help lead to the creation of animated shows that revived TV animation, along with Disney's Phineas and Ferb), having Cartoon Network syndicate lame Canadian shows like Johnny Test from Kids' WB! ...more
Not really, Cartoon Network went downhill when it spent a lot of money on live-action shows.
It's true. All of the disasters that happened to Cartoon Network later on were because of Ben 10.
With Teen Titans and Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi on a cliffhanger, Cartoon Network truly went down the drain.
The same can be said for Ben 10's reboot.
Ben 10 came out first.