The Umbrella Academy Reveals Klaus Has Even More Powers
Ranked for individual usefulness, Ben was Hargreeves’ number six as a member of The Umbrella Academy. Has the ability to summon creatures.
The Umbrella Academy is an American science fiction series that possesses amazing powers, so he decides to found The Umbrella Academy.
He has the ability to reflect the powers of anyone in the Umbrella Academy (and presumably the other 35 "siblings" as well), but he can only use.
The series of the Hargreeves brothers has been slowly revealing the powers of their Here we will talk about three, who have not yet.
The Umbrella Academy reveals that Klaus has even more powers
As before but now as the number 2 of the Sparrow academy, Ben (Justin H. Min) will retain his powers. However, his personality will be.
At the end of episode 3 titled The Swedish Job, it is revealed that Lila is actually a mole planted by The Handler who is also her adoptive mother. Just when it appears that the Umbrella Academy has emerged victorious, Lila’s eyes roll white and she rises into the air and uses Vanyas’ powers to send another wave of energy. And when Lila fights Five it reflects her ability to teleport.
The Umbrella Academy has faced formidable threats before, from time-traveling assassins to a serial killer, but this is the first time they’ve come across someone who has powers like theirs. However, some parents accepted their surprise babies, and Lila’s parents were among them. Lila was raised in her London home until she was 4 years old, at which point Five, in his capacity as the Commission’s killer, killed her parents and staged the scene to look like a robbery gone violent.
The exact nature of the 43 babies, why they were born, and where their powers come from is one of The Umbrella Academy’s greatest mysteries. Lila hasn’t appeared in the comics yet, but if she did, her nickname would probably be The Chameleon. It is an ability reminiscent of a chameleon that changes its colors to match its surroundings. There are hints of Lila’s powers earlier in the season.
The Handler went off limits of what the Temps Commission is supposed to do when he had Lila’s parents killed. Kennedy was assassinated as he was supposed to be. Lila’s parents, however, weren’t anomalies; they were only in the way of The Handler. It seems that, like Reginald Hargreeves, The Handler wanted one of the special babies, to raise him as his own personal weapon. She faked an order from A. Carmichael for the death of Lila’s parents and made sure that she was present at her execution to pick up her daughter.
At the end of season 2 of the series, The Handler turns his attention to Harlan Cooper, the boy Vanya accidentally gifted some of his own powers to. It’s never explicitly stated why The Handler wanted to get his hands on the superpowered kids, but presumably it was all part of the same lust for power that led to him murdering the Board of Directors so he could take over the Commission. She jumped in using one of the Commission’s briefcases, so she can go back to work for the organization or strike out on her own.