Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Every Marvel Netflix Season, Ranked: From 'Jessica Jones' Through 'Daredevil'

Every Marvel Netflix Season, Ranked: From 'Jessica Jones' Through 'Daredevil'

Jessica has to decide whether to open that door to her past - a classic visualization of repressed trauma - or stick with her personal status quo, which isn't great. But for Season 2, in this Me Too era, Jessica's overt anger seems particularly timely and aggressively vocal. As the series begins, she is rarely sober, gets into fights in the hallway outside of her apartment and uses sex as a way to avoid the really uncomfortable feelings - actions which have very specific parallels to the first few issues of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos's Alias comic book. In a standard phase, we get standalone films, along with the occasional team-up, and at a certain point, we get a massive event film in the form of something like Avengers: Infinity War.

It's hard to believe that it was ever just going to be a one-off.

I really enjoyed the five episodes that were available for preview - binging them in a matter of hours. She figures that this new guy must have something on the landlord to agree to bounce her even though he's known for years that she's a run a business out of her apartment. We see Dorothy in the present when Trish and Griffin meet for lunch. Admittedly, there was a lot going on, what with the reappearance of her dead mum and all, but maybe now that she's "realised" (seriously, she didn't notice before?) she's been cutting herself off, she'll go back to therapy. His sleuthing around on Trish's computer was all because he needed to find her contacts for a surprise proposal, aww! But I have to wonder: is that true?

Jessica's best friend, radio host Patricia "Trish" Walker, is also recovering after helping Jessica overcome Kilgrave in season one.

Of course she is! No way does someone go through a potentially power-giving procedure and not either die or get powers. Will denied it, and said someone more powerful was the cause - the "monster" that was after Trish, who he stalked to protect.

Rachael Taylor as Trish Walker and Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones in "Jessica Jones".

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It's obvious that Jeri has big plans for her new law firm, but what does she have Pryce and Malcolm doing for her?

Jessica herself is still acting out and drinking away her demons, but now questioning her own identity and goal as she sees what IGH's victims turn out to be. She says that what they were doing was saving lives, but that the superpowers came about as rare side effects to certain DNA.

Alisa went on another rampage, murdering a nurse and severely injuring another in her escape.

Netflix reportedly was on track to retain the rights to gritty Marvel shows like The Punisher and The Defenders after Disney, which now owns the screen rights to most Marvel characters, indicated it would not bring them on board for its own upcoming streaming service, which aims for a family-friendly vibe. Whether it's a blended scotch or bourbon, former superhero turned private eye Jessica Jones is never far from a bottle. "For now, Jessica Jones is focused on Jessica". Jessica's ability to help Trish deal with her mother is one example.

Despite all this, Jessica isn't exactly what most people would think of as one of the new faces of feminism.

Her rage is understandable and she wants nothing to do with people.

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