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Jessica Jones

  1. First Look at Mike Colter as Netflix’s Luke Cage is Predictably Bad-Ass

    Even Power Man needs to helmet up.

    Yesterday we got our first look at David Tennant's purple(ish) man, and now we're finally getting a glimpse of Mike Colter as Marvel's Hero for Hire Luke Cage.

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  2. AKA Jessica Jones Set Images Hint at Possible LGBTQ+ Relationship

    But will Krysten Ritter get in on that action? (Shut up. I still miss Don't Trust the B--)

    We're already pretty excited about Marvel's upcoming Netflix series, AKA Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Mike Colter as Luke Cage, and Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper, a new character created for the show that Marvel describes as "a no-nonsense woman who could prove a powerful ally to Jessica... if Jessica doesn't completely alienate her first."

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  3. Mike Colter Talks About What It’s Like To Be Luke Cage, Gets Pumped For All The Grittiness

    Spoiler alert: it sounds neat.

    You ever notice how when people complain about traditionally white superhero characters being played by POC actors and they start bringing up traditionally black roles to whitewash in retaliation, it's usually either Shaft or Black Panther? Luke Cage tends to stay mostly below the radar—which is honestly surprising, especially considering that he'll soon be a very important part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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  4. Dodge This: Marvel Casts The Matrix’s Carrie-Anne Moss For Netflix’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones

    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

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  5. Let David Tennant Tell You About His Marvel TV Role Excitement and Cats Feeding Puppies

    David Tennant fans were through the roof this week when we learned he was set to become the second Doctor to join the Marvel universe but as it turns out, David Tennant himself might be more excited. Apparently he's a Marvel fanboy.

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  6. Holy Crap, Netflix’s Jessica Jones Just Cast Someone As Hellcat

    YOOOOOO

    Well, this is a surprise.

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  7. Breaking: David Tennant to Play the Villain in Netflix’s Jessica Jones

    Officially official.

    It's a fact: David Tennant has joined the cast of Netflix's Jessica Jones series as the main villain, a character known only as Kilgrave.

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  8. The Villain For Netflix’s Jessica Jones Might Have Already Leaked and He’s a Super Abusive Creep

    Ahhh. Oh. Ugh.

    It's not confirmed yet, but if it turns out to be true, I suspect there are a lot of you who are not going to be happy about this development. Spoilers for Jessica Jones' origin story and possibly for her television series, plus a trigger warning for sexual violence.

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  9. Ease Up on the Guy: Brian Michael Bendis’ Contributions to Marvel

    Writer Brian Michael Bendis is a polarizing figure in the comic book community. While many of the monthly titles are well-received, Internet chatter (Never read the comments!) suggests that a lot of the folks who keep tabs on the Marvel Comics mainstay either love him or hate him. However, despite your affection or distaste for the man, most of us would be hard-pressed to argue that Bendis has made a made a long-lasting impact on Spider-Man and his fellow heroes.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Batgirl #37 Cover Looks Even Cooler In Real Life

    Shiny!

    While the insides of Batgirl #37 left a lot to be desired for many fans, that cover sure was gorgeous—even more so in this recreation by Batgirl cosplayer Stella Chuu, who recently wowed us with a costume inspired by the sequin-bedazzled look. BRB, putting gold sparkles on everything I own.

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  11. Marvel Casts Mike Colter as Luke Cage, Will Guest Star in Jessica Jones Before His Netflix Series

    Sweet Christmas, indeed!

    The Hollywood Reporter has the announcement: Mike Colter is Netflix's Luke Cage, otherwise known as Power Man (though mostly just as Luke Cage).

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  12. Krysten Ritter Talks About Jessica Jones And Female Showrunners And Also Wins Our Hearts

    F*cking rad.

    We won't be seeing Jessica Jones hit the small screen for some time, but newly-cast Krysten Ritter is always working overtime to win us over with her foul mouth and her love of ladies in the industry.

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  13. Krysten Ritter Cast As Marvel’s Jessica Jones; Mike Colter Top Choice To Play Luke Cage

    A-Holes, meet the B.

    The search for Marvel's Jessica Jones has come to a close: according to Deadline, Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 star Krysten Ritter has "been tapped" to play the superhero-turned-detective.

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  14. Heroes For Hire: Here Are The Actors Testing To Play Netflix’s Jessica Jones And Luke Cage

    It's all happening!

    We've heard agonizingly little about the Jessica Jones Netflix series since it was announced over a year ago, but Deadline just dropped a whole lot of names that are rumored to be in consideration for the role of the titular superhero-turned-PI and her friend/eventual husband Luke Cage.

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  15. Melissa Rosenberg, Drew Goddard Named as Writers on Daredevil, Jessica Jones Shows

    Excelsior!

    Marvel is moving much more quickly on its putative Netflix series than it has on some other TV projects in its history, and has already named writers for two of them, Drew Goddard on Daredevil and Melissa Rosenberg on Jessica Jones. Rosenberg's involvement is particularly exciting as she was involved in a previous effort at getting a Jessica Jones series (pictured above, clocking Doctor Doom with a fire hydrant) to screen, one that sounded like it was shaping up pretty well. (Also, Carol Danvers was in it.)

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  16. Marvel Teams With Netflix For Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist Original Series Leading To Team Mini-Series

    Oh My Stars and Garters

    Were you one of those people who cancelled their Netflix subscription after they tried that whole Qwikster thing? You might want to think about getting back on that train by 2015. That's when Marvel Entertainment will premiere their first original content on the service - four solo-character series to be following by a mini-series titled, The Defenders.

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  17. Rosenberg Says A.K.A. Jessica Jones Show Still Possible, Let me Hoist My Hopes High Once Again

    Excelsior!

    Welcome to this post. Please enjoy this panel of Jessica Jones clocking Doctor Doom with a fire hydrant that she presumably just pulled out of the sidewalk. We're here to talk about the potential series AKA Jessica Jones that's currently somewhere in pre-production television land. There's lots of reasons why it should become a show, and apparently Marvel Entertainment hasn't quite given up on it yet.

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  18. ABC Is Still Planning a Hulk TV Series, But Has The Avengers Raised the Bar? (Answer: Yes)

    Oh Really?

    Now that Marvel has earned all of the world's money with The Avengers -- having already passed the billion-dollar mark -- ABC is going to try to hop on this gravy train and continue to develop a TV series for the character with director Guillermo Del Toro. This is not an entirely bad idea, considering The Incredible Hulk enjoyed a four-season run on CBS from 1978 to 1982. So, we know this can work on TV. But after The Avengers, do we really want to see someone besides Mark Ruffalo play Bruce Banner and his rowdy green counterpart? And even if we did, can they even top the latest big-screen version of the Hulk?

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  19. Momtagonists: 7 Moms Who Get to Be The Hero

    Power Grid

    It’s Mother’s Day this weekend, and while we’ve covered horrible moms and great moms, we thought we’d spend this week talking about moms who get to be the heroes. This list focuses on mothers who are also leading protagonists, not just supporting characters to others with bigger roles. Geekdom is full of secondary parental figures, usually there to advise, get killed for dramatic effect, or to rebel against. These moms, however, are front and center and waving their mom flags high, and even if they might not be the only protagonist in their story, their character development is just as much a part of the whole as the other characters.

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  20. Avengers to Officially Reassemble, Surprising No One; Marvel Stuff in Disney Parks is Go

    Excelsior!

    Look. We live in a day and age where sequels are greenlit before their preceding films have even hit theaters, and whether or not a movie is critically acclaimed doesn't necessarily have anything to say about whether it gets a follow up (see persistant rumblings of a Tron 3). So, yeah, nobody should really be surprised that a movie that has made $702 million dollars globally by the end of its first opening weekend in America, a movie whose merchandise Disney itself is reportedly having difficulty keeping in stock, a movie that set up for its own sequel in its post credits sequence, a movie that studio executives were saying was getting a sequel last October... is getting a sequel. It is.

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