Hellcat was not simply created for Netflix's Jessica Jones. She's a Marvel hero in her own right, and here are ten facts fans should know about her.
While Jessica Jones is everything we'd hope she'd be, not all of Netflix's plots or storylines followed along with the comics.
With the third and final season of Jessica Jones arriving on Netflix, here are some of comic book stories to star the Marvel investigator.
CBR is taking a look back at the origins (and possible future) of Danielle Cage, the daughter of Luke Cage and Jessica Jones.
Jessica Jones season 3 will be Netflix's final season of the Marvel show. Here are ten stories from the comics we hope it might be based on.
The actor famously played a Marvel supervillain, but the origin of his stage name is also somewhat tied to Marvel Comics history!
Marvel announced new adventures in audio and e-book formats, each focusing on a different hero and a new writer at the helm.
With most of Marvel's shows leaving Netflix, fans still have one show to look forward to for now: Jessica Jones.
There's an underwhelming lack of actually superhero costumes in the Netflix corner of the MCU, which is we love these alternate designs for the Marvel heroes.
When something has to get done right, the world gets a woman to do it.
With so much media from the MCU for fans to consume, it's easy to miss some character debuts. Thankfully, we're here to point them out for you.
Jessica Jones' new series continues, as the P.I. dives deeper into Marvel's world of monsters and magic, with Elsa Bloodstone as her guide.
Netflix has become a mixed bag when it comes to its MCU shows, and one reason is because some casting choices just don't make sense.
The Netflix corner of the MCU is home to some of its grittiest characters, but what would they look like in full-on superhero gear?
Having power comes with great sacrifice, and these 20 characters gave up a lot to become the heroes (and villains) we all know today!
Kelly Thompson talks her new Marvel Digital Original series Jessica Jones, which allows readers to binge read the titular detective's investigations.
The Marvel Netflix shows prides itself on being the dark corner of the MCU, but are these villains too dark (or too lame) to adapt?