Klaus’ Powers In The Umbrella Academy Season 3 Should Be Familiar To Misfits Fans

Long before he was waving “hello” and “goodbye'” with his unmistakable hand tattoos in “The Umbrella Academy,” Robert Sheehan was causing trouble in the UK cult-favorite sci-fi show “Misfits,” which is available to stream on Hulu. The series introduced talents like Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton from “Game of Thrones”), and Antonia Thomas (Dr. Claire Browne in “The Good Doctor”), with a narrative that followed a group of teenagers working in community service. A dull day turns wild when a freak storm blesses all of the young offenders with special powers … with Sheehan’s Nathan seemingly being an exception. That is, until in the first season finale, where he wakes up in his coffin following a horrific death only to discover that his power is immortality.

It’s an exciting twist of televised fate that Sheehan is now taking another character through a similar story arc in “The Umbrella Academy.” For fans of both shows, there’s no denying that Klaus has always carried the same jovial and wild energy as Sheehan’s other undying alias, but it’s fun to see him handle a major development from a slightly different angle. Also, Klaus speaking with the dead, unlike Nathan, has allowed Sheehan to add an extra emotional layer to a soul tormented by others that he seemingly can’t join permanently. For that, we say, more power to him. 

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