Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones

Alias. Vol. 1

Comic Book - 2015
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In a city of Marvels, Jessica Jones never found her niche. Now a chain-smoking, self-destructive alcoholic with a mean inferiority complex, Jones is the owner and sole employee of Alias Investigations - a small, private-investigative firm specializing in superhuman cases. When she uncovers the potentially explosive secret of one hero's true identity, Jessica's life immediately becomes expendable. But her wit, charm and intelligence just may help her survive through another day. Collecting: Alias 1-9
Publisher: New York :, Marvel Worldwide, Inc.,, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780785198550
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations
1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations
1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations


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Mar 30, 2017

I'm not familiar with previous commenter Mark Daly but he was spot on in his review. I have been watching Jessica Jones on Netflix and I found her unlikeable so I thought I should read the graphic novel to give this series a fair chance. Blech! I don't like Ms. Jones, I don't like the story. I thought it moved much too slowly and the story was muddy and unfocused. I'll grant that I am an older reader but I do enjoy the Marvel universe and other graphic novels; I don't know how much my age has to do with my dislike of this book & character. Since I requested this book because of a review elsewhere, I am clearly in a minority here but Ms. Jones is not for me.

Mark_Daly Mar 21, 2016

An outstanding series for fans of adult-oriented superhero comics. This first volume sets the mood and rhythm for the rest, so don't expect grand plot revelations just yet. This was a daring departure when it first appeared, but now it seems more like a period piece. The first issues were published in 2001, well before the establishment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so some characters will seem different from their movie or TV or revamped comics versions (there's also some quaint references to pre-iPhone technology). Some of the references will go over the heads of readers not well-versed in Marvel lore, but the noir-private-detective vibe may help you stick with it.

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Dec 07, 2015

Maukingbird thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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