The Umbrella Academy, Vol. 3: Hotel Oblivion

The Umbrella Academy, Vol. 3: Hotel Oblivion Review

With a new Netflix series, the best-selling graphic novels return—with the original creators!

Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance, Doom Patrol) and Gabriel Bá (Two Brothers, Casanova) have earned awards and accolades on their separate projects, and finally return to their breakout 2007 hit, for the latest chapter in the bizarre lives of their former teen superhero team.

Faced with an increasing number of lunatics with superpowers eager to fight his own wunderkind brood, Sir Reginald Hargreeves developed the ultimate solution ...

Now, just a few years after Hargreeves's death, his Umbrella Academy is scattered. Number Five is a hired gun, Kraken is stalking big game, Rumor is dealing with the wreckage of her marriage, an out-of-shape Spaceboy runs around the streets of Tokyo, Vanya continues her physical therapy after being shot in the head--and no one wants to even talk about what Séance is up to ...

The award-winning and best-selling superhero series returns, stranger than ever—And their past is coming back to hunt them.

Title:The Umbrella Academy, Vol. 3: Hotel Oblivion
Edition Language:English

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    The Umbrella Academy, Vol. 3: Hotel Oblivion Reviews

  • Chad

    This felt very scattershot and unfocused, like Way had ten years of ideas jotted down and threw every one of them at us. Ba's art suffers in some of the big battle scenes. It's difficult to make out t...

  • Alice

    The artwork is definitely the redeeming quality of this comic, sadly not nearly enough.It was nice to get back in touch with the members of The Umbrella Academy, but to what purpose??This volume was a...

  • Rod Brown

    Nonsense, gibberish and gobbledygook eventually give way to a prison break and mindless slugfest. I read the first two volumes a decade ago, had no recall of what happened last, and was not helped out...

  • Michael Cook

    It's been a decade since the second volume of Gerard Way's wonderfully weird superhero series,The Umbrella Academy, hit stores and it's been almost as long since the title of this third volume was ann...

  • Marc *Dark Reader of the Woods*

    After a ten year break, brought back from comic book cancellation to ride the marketing wave of the Netflix series, we get a continuation of the prior volumes of The Umbrella Academy. Not much has cha...

  • Chris Greensmith

    "Gross--!There's never an umbrella around when you need one." Meh, this was OK, i feel it kept teetering on the edge of being something great but never made it. There was no more character developmen...

  • Shog Al Maskery

    I finished it faster than what I thought! Im still a beginner in the world of reading comics so it’s a good sign that I was able to get through it all. I can’t wait to ready volume three to put th...

  • i.

    Continuing, almost directly, from the Volume Two: Dallas, Hotel Oblivion continues to expand the world of the Hargreeves siblings, both internal and external. In this volume, children thread through t...

  • Sharon

    Three stars because we missed the Umbrella Academy. Unfortunately the story is all over the place, a series of disconnected vignettes and battles that don't quite fit. Big ol' cliffhanger ending thoug...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.If you thought that writers who gave up on their series are not likely to come back to continue where they left off, here comes another creative team...