>check out today's
>Jessica Jones is getting as Season 2
for what purpose
Multiple Daredevil seasons make sense, since he's the patron saint of street-level Marvel heroes and has like 500 issues of source material to draw from. But JJ's as one-and-done as they fucking come. One ongoing, one story, one villain. The fuck could they even go next that they couldn't do in Luke Cage?
Two, actually. After Alias, she starred in The Pulse, which ran for about a dozen issues. But, really, the fact that you can't see the potential usefulness of the character beyond slavishly transcribing her comics stories to the screen is kind of sad.
The only thing they can do to have it not be superfluous is to adapt The Pulse instead of doing more PI stuff. Have her working her way up as a reporter uncovering conspiracies while dealing with trauma, end it with her getting pregnant, and then, when Daredevil does Born Again in season 3, use her for Ben Urich's role.
Screw that idiotic noise, Jessica needs to stay a PI going around investigating IGH and how she got her powers. There should also be more side quests.
Your idea is obvious that your just trying to write her out.
If she was such a good character maybe she'd have more publications to her name.
Nuke. Fucking moar NUKE. Also Hellcat in costume.
I have a feeling the second season will be less "Jessica Jones: Season 2" and more of a place to showcase Marvel's C and D list characters and give them some time in the limelight. Jessica Jones will just be the vehicle to show them off. She'll be the connective tissue.
>Jessica needs to stay a PI going around investigating IGH and how she got her powers.
Its painfully obvious that this is going to be a central plot in season 2. Why WOULDN'T they do it?
IGH and Nuke will probably be the villains.
I'm going to go ahead and say that JJ and Cage's show will constantly keep tackling villains who fall between the cracks, as DD and IF at least have their own rogues.
Man, it's weird how we have so many franchises that we can't really link villains to. For example, who will be the bad guy for Captain Marvel or Ant-Man and Wasp? Dr. Strange has Dormamu, Mordo, that MvC thing, Black Panther has Claw and Man-Ape (racist?), Inhumans has Unspoken and Maximus, there's just so many franchises with blank spots.
>>we might get an original storyline.
>>Chasing a mysterious organization that experiments on people.
Wait, wait, don't tell me. They want to created super powered individuals into weapons because they need assassins/win wars.
Because they've got 4 other shows to do it instead. At least 2 of which she'd be featured in.
This theory sounds promising. Thanks, /co/. I feel much better.
She goes after IGH to find out about why she has powers. Some of IGH's experimental substances have leaked out and are used as recreational superdrugs that go for high prices with dealers, which Jessica ends up involved in. Jessica finds out at some point that she, was tested on by IGH and goes looking for anyone who can help her learn more. She finds out about more IGH scientists, among whom Herbert Wyndham and Jonathan Drew. She goes to find them, but instead finds the daughter of one of these scientists, also called Jessica who they also experimented on when she was dying, just like was done to herself, Killgrave, etc. This other Jessica doesn't know about her father and is also looking for answers, so she decides to help. Also, at some point IGH releases Nuke or he goes rogue and causes a lot of damage and goes after Jessica and Trish, the latter of whom might at some point become Hellcat.
There's your season.
Fuck that! I want the Serpent Society in the MCU, but not if they are gonna get punked by Ms. Monotone Sarcasm.
That was my first post in reply to you, and I don't have a point other than that you use over generalization as a method of pretentiousness which is as embarrassing to watch now as it was when I was in middle school.
You can have an opinion all you want, but you explicitly sound like an idiot when you express yours, which is the exact opposite of what you're going for. Ergo tryhard.
Who would you like to see for Defenders if they didn't do Serpent Society?
Its a tough call, because it has to be a big enough threat that the team needs to get formed... but it cannot be so big that the Avengers are required to tackled it.
The Hand, I guess? Or the Hood. Or bigger, badder Kingpin with more henchmen.
You're an idiot incapable of reading or understanding the conversation, then. Can't say I'm surprised.
The only thing embarrassing here is your retarded posts.
>you explicitly sound like an idiot
Oh, the irony
Please, die of cancer. No one will mourn you,
>Ronan gets brought back to life and/or Carol's origin is set further back in the MCU
>Ronan decides to go back to arbitrating Kree will
>Mar-Vell defects to Earth after a battle he's not comfortable with
>Ronan goes to collect the Negabands, repurposed as some Kree mcguffin that's supposed to turn the tide of the war judge Mar-Vel as a traitor
>Carol gets powers from the bands independent of wearing them
>has to be the one to fight Ronan as Mar-Vel is powerless
Anything really CGI intense should be limited to screen.
So Beetle, Doc Ock, Venom, Electro should be movie characters.
But Mysterio, Shocker, etc would be good street level villains.
That's a lot of trouble for a really forgettable villain. Also, setting films before previous ones would confuse the hell out of the general audience, especially since Agents of SHIELD forces these movies to be one after another now.
>Viper is like the only Hydra villain that hasn't gone down like a chump already.
She was in The Wolverine. So somehow Fox has the rights to that character. She won't be showing up in the MCU.
>he has no personality
>his only interesting story is the one where he committed suicide
Try actually reading a comic with Mysterio in it, instead of scampering off to Wikipedia or the Marvel Wikia for all your info.
Couldn't they use her as Madame Hydra?
Agents of SHIELD usually ties into the films. Thor the Dark World happens after Iron Man 3, Winter Soldier after Dark World, etc. Trying to have Captain Marvel happen before some of the other films would not work cause that show will establish it as the latest film when it ties in.
How about Vampires with Dracula as the big boss and they need to get the Darkhold to Dr Strange so he can cast the Montessi Formula.
Hell's Kitchen overrun with Vampires would be fun. You could even bring back Blade in Defenders.
Bitch, please. Here's your "cool villain"
Try not be a hipster faggot liking shitty villains because "they're underrated".
Or at least pick actually good underrated villains like Vulture or Chameleon.
>Agents of SHIELD usually ties into the films.
Yeah... and? That doesn't require the movies to be in sequential order. Captain America: The First Avenger was released after all the pre-Avengers 1 movies and had zero issues. AoS had zero problems referencing it (finding files that Peggy Carter signed, and nods to SHIELD's formation, etc).
They could do the same thing for any movie. Just have some explanation as to why the AoS characters didn't previously know about the events and show how the movie effects them after the fact.
Captain Marvel has a TON of Kree baggage. Expect General Yon-Rogg, cross your fingers for the Supreme Intelligence. There's also Dr Minerva, the Supremors, Zarek, various Sentries, etc.. Plus there's a few Earth-based Ms Marvel villains they could throw in.
Ant-Man & Wasp both have a few scrubs to their name but after the ending to the first film anything less a Microverse movie is going to be a disappointment. So it doesn't really matter. Baron Karza's an early favourite I guess.
Also either could easily accommodate M.O.D.O.K.
One more thing.
>forgetting BEST Black Panther villain
It was a chore to watch at times. I dunno. The show was missing that spark that daredevil had. I made my Netflix account just for daredevil, so I thought jones would up to the same standard. Apparently not.
Marvel Studios and Marvel aren't the same branch anymore! They even are making another Night Nurse for the Dr. Strange film! Why would he just appear in this street level stuff?!
I really want to know what they're going to do with the Marvel movies and shit when they keep killing off bad guys. Basically all they have left is Loki, Thanos (who'll probably somehow survive Infinity War) and Ward who they just cant seem to actually kill off.
I mean, Agent Carter is going Madame Masque and opened the possibility for more baddie Black Widows at least.
Get a load of this edgeloard.
>Or at least pick actually good underrated villains like Vulture or Chameleon.
Again, I don't see the use of Thanos past the Infinity Gauntlet. If you're not gonna take out the threat you built since Avengers, then it's going to make people annoyed. That, and I'm tired of him appearing everywhere in comics these days just to hype this film.
I really hate how they make superheros not wear costumes anymore because it's not realistic. People with super strength isn't realistic either, you fucks. When jessica didn't wanna wear a outfit to go super hero-ing that was pretty damn annoying. Why make a world where you can't have fucking fun?
>You can't write a story with her fighting regular supervillains.
Not with that attitude.
Stop being such a close minded square. You can write whatever the fuck you want. They're fictional characters.
I wouldn't mind killing him off especially if they have to write out some of the Avengers like Iron Man.
RDJ is getting tired of Iron Man so you have to kill him off sooner or later.
>I've read Stephen fucking King novels that were better than this tripe.
My goodness! You sure are cultured! A Stephen KING novel!? Who would DARE to read something like THAT?!
>well, let's just say it's safe to assume you've never read a thing in your life.
That would be pretty impressive to find a way to post a direct response to a user on /co/ without ever having read a thing in one's life.
>I have read lots of picture boo- ah I mean a lot of graphic novels!
Not wearing a costume is kind off Jessica's thing. When she was first introduced she didn't wear one, and it was even an important part of her character.
I finally got myself to watch JJ.
Killing Killgrave in the last episode made it fucking shit. She basically confirmed that they should've killed him in episode 5, thus literally saving all lives they wasted for over half a season.
Plus the lesbo divorce plot was fucking outta ass lead-to-nothing garbage.
Not watching this shit.
Real number. It's Jessica saying
>Alias Investigations. We've got cases and shit, so leave a message.
The show had promise but ultimately was a complete disappointment. If they had focused on her trying to be an hero, and her rejection of that altruistic role in favor of the moral ambiguity of being a PI that would have been interesting.
You know what’s not interesting?
Thirteen fucking hours of Oh Noes, Even Powerful Grrls Have Stalker Ex Boyfriends!
Why? Why go for low hanging stupid chicklit bullshit. When the show focused more on the noir aspects, JJ as a personal trainwreck who gets shit done in unconventional ways it was good. If they had included some Chinatown’esq downer endings and plot twists it could have been great. Hells Kitchen /should/ be grittier than the usual cape shit, and having a noir series would have been a great way to do that. But that’s not what we got.
For as amazing as DD was, this is all the more a disappointment due to the contrast.
>Wait I thought that they weren't doing JJ S2 until after Defenders.
This is correct. They just confirmed there will be a JJ S2, not when it will come out. It's heavily implied it will come out after Defenders.
Implying Night Nurse isn't actually Linda Carter, the original Night Nurse who was actually Night Nurse in the comics and actually had a relationship with Strange. (Plus maybe some elements from Gina Atwater from the animated Doctor Strange movie)
Explain why the series had so much fucking filler if the character has that much potential, anon.
For real, what the fuck are they going to do with Season 2? Deal with Nuke? Ruin yet another Daredevil villain?