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PR: Ben 10 Boot Camp Kicks Off on Cartoon Network from March 16-17, 2013

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This St. Patrick’s Day weekend, Cartoon Network goes green with BEN 10 BOOT CAMP! With 17 hours of Ben 10 movies and episodes from every Ben 10 series, Ben 10 Boot Camp is the perfect way for long-time fans to relive favorite moments and for new fans to get to know Ben better.

The fun begins on Saturday, March 16 at 9 a.m. (ET, PT) with a brand-new one-hour Ben 10 Omniverse special, “Frogs of War.” Emperor Milleous, Princess Attea, and their unstoppable Incursean forces have invaded! Can Ben, Rook, and the Plumbers stop them from frogging up the Earth? And make sure to keep an eye out for the debut of this new Ben alien!

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CartoonNetwork.com gets in on the action with an update to the Ben 10 Game Creator. Now fans can play as two new characters – be the ultimate sidekick as Rook or kick it as Kickin’ Hawk!  Adding to the excitement around the Ben 10 Bootcamp marathon weekend event, on Monday, March 18, Cartoon Network will offer fans free episodes and discounted seasons of the series across iTunes, XBOX Live, PlayStation Network and GooglePlay.

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