With the third season of Jessica Jones, the Marvel Netflix chapter involves an finish. How was this ultimate season of those Netflix originals?
I’ve to say that I’ve discovered Jessica Jones to be the least likeable of all of the Netflix Marvel heroes. No, not as a result of she is a robust girl. Her persona rubs me the incorrect means. I perceive that she is written that means as a sufferer who’s struggling with PTSD. But it surely additionally doesn’t get me excited to observe the collection.
This season was okay. The primary variety of episodes had been actually gradual, one thing typical of the Netflix model. I didn’t discover the villain all that fascinating. He by no means appeared like that a lot of a risk.
The season actually revolves round Trish Walker. Trish had all the time been envious of Jessica’s powers. An experiment on the finish of final season ended up giving her powers. Within the comics, Trish is a superhero named Hellcat. I used to be amused when Trish tried on costumes, together with one just like the Hellcat costume from the comics.
Trish was actually probably the most fascinating a part of the season. We received to observe her evolve from an envious bystander to a naive hero to a cynical vigilante. Those that actually liked the character, in all probability weren’t pleased with the place she ended up.
We are supposed to be horrified by Trish’s violent actions towards criminals. And but we cheer on Frank Citadel (the Punisher) when he does the identical issues however on a grander scale. A double customary?
I believe the explanation why Jessica Jones was not that fascinating for me is due to the Netflix model. Each Marvel Netflix collection (besides Daredevil now and again) appeared to try to match too little story into too many episodes. I believe this season would have been actually good if that they had shortened it to about 5 episodes.
Will we ever see Jessica Jones within the MCU? It’s too early to inform. However at this level, I’m nice with this collection coming to an finish.