Well, it’s official. I survived my Jessica Jones marathon. I started at 4 am Friday, November 20th and finished around 1:30 am Saturday, November 21st. Considering I took time to write a blog snippet after each episode and took breaks to run errands, eat meals, etc., I made pretty good time! Still counts as a #OneDayJJ success 😉
But enough patting myself on the back. Let’s get to the good stuff…
Welcome to the the fifth and final part of the Jessica Jones Binge-Watch and Blog-Along! This post will cover Episode 13 and some thoughts on the series as a whole. You can find reviews & reactions to previous episodes in Parts One, Two, Three, and Four.
Warning: Spoilers below! (Also contains mild spoilers & discussion for the Jessica Jones comic, Alias. Ye be warned!)
Welcome to the Jessica Jones Binge-Watch and Blog-Along! I am your host, Wise the Simple, and I totally took off work today just to watch Netflix. #geekpriorities 😉
Jessica Jones first appeared in the Marvel comics universe via the Brian Michael Bendis-penned series Alias. I just finished reading the omnibus earlier this week, and loved every moment of it.
All 13 episodes of Jessica Jones were released on Netflix today, so I thought I’d do a “binge-watch and blog-along.” What does that mean exactly? Well, I will watch the show and type up my reactions immediately after watching each episode. So theoretically, we’ll see how my thoughts about the show change throughout this series of posts. I’ve tried it before with sense8, but I watched that show in chunks over the course of a week instead of trying a binge-watch marathon in one day. Odds are I’ll stop and pick it up later if/when I need a break. (Practice safe binge-watching, kiddos!)
At any rate, there will obviously be spoilers ahead! This first post will include reviews and reactions to the first three episodes. But enough with the preamble — Let’s get to the show!
Happy Jessica Jones Week, e’erybody!
As you all know, Netflix’s Jessica Jones series is coming out this Friday, November 20th and I am HYPED! In preparation for this, I just finished reading Alias, the comic series that introduced her to the Marvel canon.
Alias was written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Michael Gaydos. The series was the first to be published under Marvel’s MAX imprint which specializes in mature, R-rated content. The story is very much in the style of a gritty detective noir, with Jessica Jones as a private investigator with an acerbic tongue and a penchant for cigarettes and alcohol.
18 days ’til Jessica Jones on Netflix! Time to start binge-reading 😉