If you’re a Marvel fan, you know about the upcoming movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film is set to release on July 7th and will be packed full of references and cameos from Marvel’s other films. One of these references is the appearance of Jessica Jones, who was last seen in the critically acclaimed series, Daredevil. Many fans know that Daredevil ended with Jessica Jones sacrificing herself to save New York City. Considering that this scene was teased in the credits for Iron Man 3, many people wonder what happened to her afterward.
Thankfully, we now have an answer! In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, director Jon Watts mentioned where Jessica might be in season two of Daredevil. According to Watts: “There are Easter eggs for [Jessica Jones] all over” season two of Daredevil. While it remains to be seen what those hints might mean (and whether they will lead to a cameo by Jones), this news is surely exciting for fans of the character. If you’re looking for a way to jump on the Spider-Man: Homecoming bandwagon sooner rather than later, then picking up a copy of Daredevil might just be
Born Again Jessica Jones Needs To Be Jewel In Daredevil
Jessica Jones was arguably one of the most successful TV shows to come out of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, but it seems as though the show has yet to receive its proper payoff. There have been tantalizing teases of a potential Jessica Jones movie for years, but nothing concrete has ever materialized. That all might be changing soon, however, as Marvel announced that they’d optioned the rights to another JESSICA JONES comic book arc.
It means that not only is there a chance for a Jessica Jones movie shortly- but that Daredevil could help out with this project! In Season 2 of Daredevil, we saw Matt closely mentoring newbie Foggy Nelson and teaching him about the world of crime fighting. If Marvel were to use this same storyline in connection with Jessica Jones’ story arc, it would make perfect sense for Matt Murdock (who is already well-versed in the comics) to step in and help mentor Jessica on her own journey.
Either way, it looks like Marvel is finally noticing how well Jessica Jones has been received by fans and is starting to work on giving her some much-deserved attention. We can only hope that this move will lead to more exciting future developments for Jessica Jones and Daredevil!
Having Jessica Jones Become Jewel Continues An MCU Trend
Jessica Jones is one of Marvel’s most popular characters, and her solo series has been highly praised. However, there’s one thing that fans have been wondering about – could she ever join the MCU?
Introducing Jewel! Introduced in Daredevil Season 2 as a villain with powers similar to Jessica’s, it would make sense for her to eventually crossover into the MCU. Not only would this give Jessica some much-needed support, but it would also continue an MCU trend of including female villains.
With so much potential for synergy between the two franchises, it’s just a matter of time before Jessica Jones joins the Avengers. In the meantime, fans can enjoy watching her interact with other team members in Season 3 of Daredevil.
Who is Jessica Jones?
Jessica Jones is one of Marvel’s most iconic characters and has been featured in several blockbuster films. The MCU still needs to pay off a tease from Daredevil Season 2, and Jessica Jones Season 1 could help remedy that.
Jessica Jones is a neurotic superhero who uses her wit and sharp tongue to take down criminals. She’s also experienced a great deal of trauma in her life, which has led her to become an expert on PTSD. Her costume is sleek and sexy, reflecting her badass attitude.
Jessica Jones was created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Mack and first appeared in Alias #1 in February 1998. Her third appearance was in Avengers #183, published in December 2002. She starred in her series from March to November 2005 before joining the cast of Daredevil for its second season. Her character arc during that season was particularly successful, with fans praising her development as a character and her interactions with Matt Murdock (Daredevil).
Given Jessica Jones’ popularity within the MCU, it would make sense for Marvel to explore further storylines featuring her. Adding Jessica Jones into the mix could help address some of the lingering cliffhangers from Daredevil Season 2 while setting up future story arcs for other heroes in the MCU, such as Iron Man or Captain America.