Jessica Jones Returns for an All-New Marvel Comics Series!
Great news for fans of Marvel Comics and Jessica Jones! The original creative team, Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos, and David W. Mack are reopening Alias Investigations after a decade for an all-new solo series. The revival comes at a great time with the huge popularity of the Marvel Comic Universe as well as the Netflix series Jessica Jones.
A lot has changed in the Marvel Universe over the past ten years and there are still many secrets hiding in the shadows. Secrets only a special woman like Jessica Jones can hope to uncover. So what haunting secrets from Jessica’s past come back to cause havoc? Speaking with IGN, series writer, Brian Michael Bendis said, “You’re going to find out about it in the first issue. We’re going to open up a book where Jessica’s world has blown up in her face. She’s at a place you’ll least expect her. You’re going to find all of her relationships have altered. And we’re slowly going to find out why.”
There have been ups and downs for the Jessica Jones character since her comic debut. In this new series the creative team will be dealing with the biggest difference, the baby girl, Danielle, that Jones had with her husband and former Avenger, Luke Cage.
“Luke and Jessica have tried to raise a baby in a very dangerous environment. We talked about this during [New] Avengers, you’re raising a baby in Avengers Mansion and somebody’s trying to knock that building over every four days…so your perspective changes, and as an investigator and a detective her perspective will change because she’s a mother,” continued Bendis. “I know some people are worried about that baby being dragged like a sack of potatoes that holds down the story or something, but I can think of many ways to tell the story celebrate this part of her life and at the same time complicates it to a degree that a lot of people can relate to. I think a lot of people can relate to trying to ‘do it all.’ Lord knows I can.”
What unsolved mysteries have fallen through the cracks and what dark secrets have been unrevealed within the Marvel Universe? Alias Investigations is open for business again and Jessica Jones back on the case. So what do you think, Marvel fans? Will the new Jessica Jones series be a must? Check out the cover art for Jessica Jones #1 below.