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That-Bookish-Hiker
Jessica Jones: Alias, Volume 2 | Brian Michael Bendis, Marvel Comics
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Mehso-so

I liked the first volume better. This one read kind of disjointed like abs confused me.

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That-Bookish-Hiker
Jessica Jones Alias | Brian Michael Bendis
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Pickpick

This is for Vol. 1 of the Jessica Jones: Alias series.

I really enjoyed it. Jessica is so bad ass in the show I wanted to read the comics. They are really good but I prefer the Jessica in the show.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Birdsong28 Loved the show 📚📖 6mo
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ErinSueMreads
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@WhiskeyMistress makes a far too convincing kilgrave y‘all.....

julesG Stunning! 8mo
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Thndrstd
Jessica Jones: Alias, Volume 1 | Brian Michael Bendis
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Mehso-so

Jessica Jones is a former superhero who has traded in her costume for a private investigator badge, digging up the dirt on people, often finding out what people already suspect. While the book does a good job establishing the character and her role in the Marvel universe, it felt like a standard p.i. story. Potential definitely, but not completely fulfilled in this collection.

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Eyelit
Jessica Jones: Blind Spot | Kelly Thompson
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Pickpick

I feel like Jessica Jones as a series has found its groove again. This was fun to read and kept me guessing. Looking forward to more! #24in48

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NotCool
Jessica Jones: Blind Spot | Kelly Thompson
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Sometimes people write “Strong female characters” in a way that makes me cringe. Maybe it‘s just a matter of taste, but the women in this seemed tough, and caring, and prickly in believable ways. Also, Thor is both adorable and the worst party guest.

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ofbooksandme
Jessica Jones - The Pulse: The Complete Collection | Brian Michael Bendis, Marvel Comics
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Mehso-so

Mmmmmm...I loved the Alias series but this? Pregnant Jessica Jones and family life has little to do with the character we met on Aliathe previous series. And yeah, she loves Luke Cage but the rest of it felt weird.
The soty involves several well known heroes and it's a bit of a mash up. That I liked and the villain was entertaining but that's about it. I'm going to read the new adaptation (the one from the TV show) now.
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