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The Umbrella Academy Season One 


As long time readers of Family Friendly Gaming know I am really big into the physical copy movement, DVDs and Blu-rays for television shows. I heard about The Umbrella Academy from somewhere and decided to check it out. The story goes all these women gave birth on the same day. What was strange is none of them were pregnant when the day started. How did this happen? The Umbrella Academy Season One does not really show.

The issues families will have with The Umbrella Academy Season One are violence, blood, bad language, sexual deviancy, sex outside of marriage, drugs, alcohol, and more. There are different classes of people in The Umbrella Academy Season One. Those with powers are put above the rest of us even though they have as many issues if not more.

Time travel and trying to stop the end of the world are key themes in The Umbrella Academy Season One. The best way I can describe The Umbrella Academy Season One is a disgruntled X-Men. There is a gentleman who runs the academy and trains some of these kids to use their powers. He has a talking chimp friend, and the mother is a robot. There are plenty of mysteries that are explored in The Umbrella Academy Season One.

The character interactions change over time. This group of kids grew up and left because of a variety of issues. One of them even died. Another can communicate with the dead. Not a very useful power unless it grows into more. I will not spoil that for you. The Umbrella Academy Season One has a few surprises and plenty of things I guessed way ahead of time. There are only ten episodes of The Umbrella Academy Season One.

There is plenty of humor in The Umbrella Academy Season One. Most of it is situational. The Umbrella Academy Season One tells the story from the present and shows flash backs to the past to explain things. Mistakes were made and the end of this season leads me to believe they may get cleaned up in the second season. At least I hope they do.
- Paul

{UPDATE} DVD version was purchased.


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Netflix/DVD
Publisher: Netflix
Developer: Dark Horse Entertainment
Rating: ‘TV-14’ - This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.

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