- After a problematic arc that didn’t age well, I’m happy to report that Jessica Jones is back on track.
- In this volume, Jessica investigates the disappearance of a teenage girl who may have been a mutant from a racist garbage fire of a town.
- Her rant against bigotry in the pulpit gives me joy.
- After her case, she goes on a date with Scott Lang.
- Bendis’s sense of voice makes Jessica Jones work as well as it does.
- Gaydos and company’s art remains strong and pulpy, with stellar layouts.
I’m relieved that I enjoyed this arc of Jessica Jones as much as I did; I'm looking forward to the next again.
- Jessica Jones: Alias, Vol. 2 (#11-15)
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis | Artist: Michael Gaydos, Mark Bagley & Rodney Ramos (Jewel Sequences), David Mack (Rebecca’s Journal Art) | Colorist: Matt Hollingsworth | Letterers: Richard Starkings, Comicraft’s Wes Abbott & Oscar Gongora | Covers: David Mack | Associate Managing Editor: Kelly Lamy | Managing Editor: Nanci Dakesian | Editor: Stuart Moore