Sunday, December 18, 2016

Jessica Jones #3

   If you have any doubts about how tough Jessica Jones is, this issue has you covered.

   She's been captured by a super-powered villain, and wakes to find herself in a confrontation with a mystery woman.

   And that's what this issue is (mostly) about - a quiet but intense discussion between two women.

   But since it's written by Brian Michael Bendis, you know it's a riveting exchange - and it actually has ties back to the events in Civil War II (but in this case, it's not a bad thing).

   The art by Michael Gaydos is raw, real and evocative. It's not the usual slick, over-muscled superhero standard - but it's perfect in its evocation of the real world setting.

   If you're a fan of the mini-series - or the original Alias comic series - you're bound to like this.

Grade: A-



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