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Jessica Jones, Vol. 1: Uncaged! by Brian Michael BendisAfter a decade, Jessica Jones is back in her own solo series! A lot has changed in the Marvel Universe and there are many secrets hiding in the shadows - secrets only a special woman like Jessica Jones can hope to uncover. Alias Investigations is open for business, and of all the many mysteries to discover, her new case may be the most dangerous one! This blistering new series is filled with haunting revelations from Jessicas past, and answers to some of the biggest questions about the new Marvel NOW! universe! From Jessica Jones original creators comes an all-new chapter in the world-famous private eyes ongoing adventures!
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Jessica Jones is back! After a more than two-year wait, fans of Marvel's rough-around-the-edges superhero-turned-private eye are celebrating the arrival of her Netflix series' second season and binge-watching it accordingly. Here are 10 things you might not have known about the character. As the star of the comic book series Alias , Jones was the first character created for the new publishers, which allowed for more explicit content than its parent company. Born Jessica Campbell, she got her superpowers when her family was in a tragic car accident with a military vehicle carrying radioactive chemicals; Jessica was the only survivor.
Luke Cage and Jessica Jones have teamed up to hunt down Wolverine, but it's the hint of their open marriage and possible bisexuality that fans will likely be focused on. Still, the fact that Wolverine has returned from the dead is worthy of the issue's title and main plot. With the grave now empty, Marvel's heroes are banding together to recover his remains. And, apparently, reveal personal details of their marriage and sexuality. On a previous mission shown in flashback in the issue , these heroes had worked with the man himself, and made him a promise to take care of his body should he actually die. However, while on the secret villain-auction submarine where the auction is taking place, this latest Marvel team-up also revealed that everyone's favorite ex-Defenders couple may not be entirely monogamous. When a security goon places a hand on Luke's shoulder, his wife Jessica is quick to disapprove of the contact.
Luke Cage and Jessica Jones are married in New Avengers Annual Vol. 1 #1. Surprisingly, the wedding takes place without interruptions from.
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Netflix's Defenders just dropped, and one of the biggest question the Marvel series has to answer concerns the fate of the romantic relationship between two of its main characters. Their romance is a fan favorite for superhero comic readers, but solid TV drama usually means keeping the perfect couple apart for as long as possible See: Ross and Rachel on Friends. However, the comics have proven that after more than 10 years of marriage, a baby and countless tender moments, Netflix would be foolish not to eventually allow these two crazy kids to get hitched. In the comics, parenthood has become a major turning point in both the lives of the new parents, changing them each for the better. Luke has softened over the years, having learned that having unbreakable skin is worthless when facing the wretched horror of a full baby diaper. In the comics Luke and Jessica have also nursed each other back to health, gone into hiding during a super hero civil war, and have torn apart the city of New York looking for their missing daughter.
How has this reflected so far in the Netflix shows surrounding these two heroes? So, will Jessica and Luke end up together? I think, considering the adherence to comic book canon so far, they probably will. The comics have had a much longer time to develop and test Jessica and Luke, as well as their relationship. Things veer into a different direction from the Netflix show after Jessica kills Killgrave in the comics. In the comics, Jessica and Luke confess to each other shortly after Jessica defeats Killgrave. Jessica becomes pregnant, and she and Luke enter a committed relationship.
Spoilers for Jessica Jones Season 3 ahead. While Jessica Jones may be the final show in Netflix's run of street level Marvel heroes, she's not the only Defender who gets a chance to say goodbye. They've come a long way, as vigilantes and as people, and it was a nice way to add a little closure to the series finale. From all the drinking and moping she does, you'd think Jessica was alone in the world. Unfortunately for her self-imposed brand, she has more than one superhero on her side. Back in Season 1, Luke was one of the first to truly understand what she was going through. Before you ask, their reunion in Jessica Jones Season 3 is not a romantic one.