History ComicBook / JessicaJones

15th Aug '17 10:02:49 AM GrigorII
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* EarthAllAlong: Jessica is kidnapped by someone, and held at a warehouse in some unknown location. The kidnapper actually just wanted to talk, making sure that she wouldn't run away. Once they are done, the kidnapper gives a proof of good will by simply releasing Jessica and letting her go, with no problem whatsoever. The warehouse? It was ''at the next street'' to Jessica's home.
14th Aug '17 11:02:16 AM GrigorII
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* ClosestThingWeGot: Killgrave orders Jessica to go to the Avengers mansion and kill Daredevil... ignoring the fact that Daredevil was not an Avenger, had never been before that point, and there was zero reason to expect to find him there. But, as Killgrave has a CompellingVoice, she has to obey his orders anyway, somehow. So she attacked the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, simply because she also has a red suit.


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7th Aug '17 11:14:48 AM RallyBot2
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Jessica Jones, also known as Jessica Campbell as a teenager, lived in Forest Hills, New York, where she attended Midtown High, where a [[Comicbook/SpiderMan certain wall-crawling hero]] also attended at the same time. On a family drive one day, her father lost control of the vehicle and collided with a military convoy carrying radioactive material. Her entire family (father, mother, and little brother) were killed and she ended up in a coma. When she awoke, she was adopted by the Jones family and she soon discovered she had superpowers.

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Jessica Jones, also known as Jessica Campbell Cambell as a teenager, lived in Forest Hills, New York, where she attended Midtown High, where a [[Comicbook/SpiderMan certain wall-crawling hero]] also attended at the same time. On a family drive one day, her father lost control of the vehicle and collided with a military convoy carrying radioactive material. Her entire family (father, mother, and little brother) were killed and she ended up in a coma. When she awoke, she was adopted by the Jones family and she soon discovered she had superpowers.



She goes on to start Alias Investigations, a private detective agency where she soon finds out she cannot outrun her past as a superhero (as it's brought up by almost everyone she meets). In between solving cases and [[DeadpanSnarker snarking]], she vacillates between romantic feelings for [[ComicBook/AntMan Scott Lang]] and for ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}. By the end of the book, she realizes she's pregnant with Luke Cage's child and the both of them start a romantic relationship.

After Alias, she was a character in ''ComicBook/ThePulse'' (a series focusing on the Daily Bugle), in which she and Luke are a couple and she gives birth to their daughter, Danielle. She later marries Luke Cage in ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'' and is a sometimes member of the team, when she's not being a mother. She also played a significant role in the first few arcs of ComicBook/YoungAvengers.

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She goes on to start Alias Investigations, a private detective agency where she soon finds out she cannot outrun her past as a superhero (as it's brought up by almost everyone she meets). In between solving cases and [[DeadpanSnarker snarking]], she vacillates between romantic feelings for [[ComicBook/AntMan Scott Lang]] and for ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}. By the end of the book, she realizes she's pregnant with Luke Cage's Luke's child and the both of them start a romantic relationship.

After Alias, ''Alias'', she was a character in ''ComicBook/ThePulse'' (a series focusing on the Daily Bugle), in which she and Luke are a couple and she gives birth to their daughter, Danielle. She later marries Luke Cage him in ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'' and is a sometimes member of the team, when she's not being a mother. She also played a significant role in the first few arcs of ComicBook/YoungAvengers.



* ActionMom: The Superheroine/detective has a daughter.

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* ActionMom: The Superheroine/detective has She's a superheroine/detective and fiercely protective of a daughter.



* {{Expy}}: She shares a lot of similarities with Bendis's version of ComicBook/SpiderWoman, both with the private detective background, the friendship with Ms. Marvel and the snarky KnightInSourArmor demeanor. In fact, ''Alias'' was originally going to star Jessica Drew, but Bendis could not use her, so Jessica Jones was created instead. The two later team up at one point during ''Alias''.

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* {{Expy}}: She shares a lot of similarities with Bendis's version of ComicBook/SpiderWoman, both with the private detective background, the friendship with Ms. Marvel and the snarky KnightInSourArmor demeanor. In fact, ''Alias'' was originally going to star Jessica Drew, but Bendis could not use her, so Jessica Jones was created instead. The two later team up at one point during ''Alias''.



* LadySwearsALot: She curses ''very'' frequently in ''Alias''. She was cursing even as a teenager, and even ''after'' she moved beyond MAX's mature imprint and onto the G-Teen rated comics, she kept it up, sometimes being covered up by SymbolSwearing.


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* SirSwearsALot: One of Marvel's biggest examples, and certainly the biggest female one. She curses ''very'' frequently in ''Alias''. She was cursing even as a teenager, and even ''after'' she moved beyond MAX's mature imprint and onto the G-Teen rated comics, she kept it up, sometimes being covered up by SymbolSwearing.
15th Jul '17 7:14:28 PM alliterator
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* ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'' vol. 5 (2017)

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* ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'' ''ComicBook/TheDefenders2017'' vol. 5 (2017)
17th Jun '17 9:52:33 PM rwe1138
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* TimeTravel: Encounters an [[SheIsAllGrownUp adult version]] of her daughter Dani in issue 3 of her 2016 series. She's from around 30 years in the future, and has the combined powers of Jessica, Luke, and Captain America.

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* TimeTravel: Encounters Dreams of an encounter with an [[SheIsAllGrownUp adult version]] of her daughter Dani in issue 3 of her 2016 series. She's from around 30 years in the future, and has the combined powers of Jessica, Luke, and Captain America.
4th Mar '17 2:29:08 PM nombretomado
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Jessica Jones is a MarvelComics superheroine, originally created by Creator/BrianMichaelBendis. She was the main character of ''Comicbook/{{Alias}}'' (November 2001, also written by Bendis) which was the first comic released under the [[DarkerAndEdgier R-Rated]] [[Creator/MarvelMAX MAX]] imprint, which notably had the word "FUCK!" on the first page.

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Jessica Jones is a MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics superheroine, originally created by Creator/BrianMichaelBendis. She was the main character of ''Comicbook/{{Alias}}'' (November 2001, also written by Bendis) which was the first comic released under the [[DarkerAndEdgier R-Rated]] [[Creator/MarvelMAX MAX]] imprint, which notably had the word "FUCK!" on the first page.
23rd Jan '17 4:30:42 PM dmcreif
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A television show based on this character, originally intended for Creator/{{ABC}}, was said to languish in {{development hell}} for years ... until Creator/{{Netflix}} ''finally'' dusted it off for their line of shows set within the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse. The entire first season of ''Series/JessicaJones'' --starring Creator/KrystenRitter in the title role-- was released on November 20th, 2015, to wide critical acclaim, and the show was renewed for a second season as of January 2016. Jessica will team up with Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}, Series/LukeCage2016, and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]] in a mini-series called ''Series/TheDefenders2017'', based on the Marvel Comics team of the same name.

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A television show based on this character, originally intended for Creator/{{ABC}}, was said to languish in {{development hell}} for years ... until Creator/{{Netflix}} ''finally'' dusted it off for their line of shows set within the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse. Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, with Jessica being portrayed by Creator/KrystenRitter. The entire first season of ''Series/JessicaJones'' --starring Creator/KrystenRitter in the title role-- ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' was released on November 20th, 2015, to wide critical acclaim, and the show was renewed for a second season as of January 2016. Jessica will team up with Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}, [[Series/{{Daredevil 2015}} Matt Murdock]], Series/LukeCage2016, and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]] [[Series/IronFist2017 Danny Rand]] in a mini-series called ''Series/TheDefenders2017'', based on the Marvel Comics team of the same name.
11th Jan '17 8:32:55 PM pepsimax
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* ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'' vol. 4 (2017)

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11th Jan '17 8:32:20 PM pepsimax
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* ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'' vol. 4 (2017)
8th Jan '17 5:22:00 PM nombretomado
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She soon put on a costume and created a heroic identity: Jewel. She had a pretty low-key career and was somewhat known to the New York superheroes, especially ComicBook/MsMarvel, until she encountered the [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Purple Man]], who seized control of her mind for eight months and subjected her to psychological abuse. He sent her to ComicBook/TheAvengers' Mansion in order to kill Daredevil and she attacks the only person wearing red at the mansion: the ComicBook/ScarletWitch. Jessica endures a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown by IronMan and TheVision until Ms. Marvel saves her. Jessica slips back into a coma and is brought out only by psychic therapy by [[ComicBook/XMen Jean Grey]]. Soon after therapy, and after a short stint as a hero named Knightress, Jessica decides to hang up the cape for good.

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She soon put on a costume and created a heroic identity: Jewel. She had a pretty low-key career and was somewhat known to the New York superheroes, especially ComicBook/MsMarvel, until she encountered the [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Purple Man]], who seized control of her mind for eight months and subjected her to psychological abuse. He sent her to ComicBook/TheAvengers' Mansion in order to kill Daredevil and she attacks the only person wearing red at the mansion: the ComicBook/ScarletWitch. Jessica endures a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown by IronMan ComicBook/IronMan and TheVision ComicBook/TheVision until Ms. Marvel saves her. Jessica slips back into a coma and is brought out only by psychic therapy by [[ComicBook/XMen Jean Grey]]. Soon after therapy, and after a short stint as a hero named Knightress, Jessica decides to hang up the cape for good.
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