Following a quirky, thrilling first season, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy is back. And this time, the dark dramedy based on the comic book by My Chemical Romance lead singer Gerard Way, is badder, bloodier, and more hilarious than ever. After barely escaping the apocalypse, Sir Reginald Hargreeves’ adopted children—Luther, Diego, Allison, Klaus, Number Five, Ben, and Vanya—have traveled back in time and are now stuck in 1963, where they’ve taken quite nicely to the decade’s grooviness. But they can’t escape their dysfunctional “family” dynamics and must use their powers to save the world once again, all while battling discrimination, facing low self-esteem, and yearning for acceptance. 

Luckily, The Umbrella Academy is up to the task. To celebrate the series’ second season, which is streaming now on Netflix, we tapped seven top comic book artists from around the world to draw each character in their own unique styles. Inspired by the current season’s 1960s ambience, illustrators ranging from Khary Randolph to Bex Glendining captured the members of the Academy in all their antiheroic glory. Watch the season two trailer here, then scroll through to see new takes on Luther’s superhuman strength, Diego’s knife throwing skills, Allison’s way with words, Klaus’s telekinetic necromancy, Number Five’s teleportation abilities, and even Vanya’s sonic blasts.

Welcome back to The Umbrella Academy. Things are about to get interesting.