Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill (Jessica Jones (Collected Issues) #2)

Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill (Jessica Jones (Collected Issues) #2)

Jessica Jones is back where she belongs - in her own comic, and taking on cases as Alias Investigations! But as the most dangerous book on the stands digs even deeper into the new mysteries of the Marvel Universe, Jessica has uncovered a truly startling secret. Is this case too hot for even her? Will it shatter everything she has built for herself? Can she put the pieces o Jessica Jones is back where she belongs - in her own comic, and taking on cases as Alias Investigations! But as the most ...

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Title:Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill (Jessica Jones (Collected Issues) #2)
Author:Brian Michael Bendis
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill (Jessica Jones (Collected Issues) #2) Reviews

  • David Schaafsma
    Jan 06, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

  • C. Varn
    Dec 25, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

  • Hilary
    Mar 02, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

  • Kathleen
    Dec 14, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

    3 1/2 Stars. Jessica Jones: The Secrets of Maria Hill ties a couple of different plots (and therefore series) together. While reading you?ll see a lot of the fallout for Maria Hill (obviously you can guess this much, based on the title). Without reading any of the series focusing...

    Both the interior art by Gaydos and the covers by Mack are an improvement in this series over the original Alias. And neither were slumming it back then, by any means. This is a beautiful book. However, the character of Jessica Jones, and the tone of the book, just don't seem to quite ...

    Jessica Jones helps Maria Hill solve the mystery of why someone's put a hit out on her. Shield agents show up and are mad at Jessica for talking to Maria...for some reason? Maybe that's in another Marvel series somewhere. Similarly, Jessica and Luke Cage reunite and everything is grand...

    I feel the volume was strong and I love the way Jessica Jones, as a character with dry humor, is written. I actually feel pretty bad for her in that her life and work is always getting blown up and leaving her in a worse position than before accepting her given job. I really love the h...

    This was surprisingly good! I *hate* Maria Hill. Just frickin' hate her. Finding her in Marvel comics I want to read is like finding raisins in a cookie I want to eat. But I didn't hate this story. The narrative acknowledge why someone - why Jessica in particular - wouldn't want to ...

    I almost didn't read this book, and that would have been a mistake. This is everything that the first trade of Jessica Jones, Vol. 2 should have been. It's a hard reset without destroying her character development. She is a gutter dwelling mess of a private investigator who is *also* c...

  • Jeff Lanter
    Mar 24, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

  • Maxoel Costa
    Jun 05, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

  • Basma
    Mar 13, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

  • Daniel Butcher
    Jan 20, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

  • Ken Moten
    Oct 11, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

  • Dakota Morgan
    Mar 07, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

    3 1/2 Stars. Jessica Jones: The Secrets of Maria Hill ties a couple of different plots (and therefore series) together. While reading you?ll see a lot of the fallout for Maria Hill (obviously you can guess this much, based on the title). Without reading any of the series focusing...

    Both the interior art by Gaydos and the covers by Mack are an improvement in this series over the original Alias. And neither were slumming it back then, by any means. This is a beautiful book. However, the character of Jessica Jones, and the tone of the book, just don't seem to quite ...

    Jessica Jones helps Maria Hill solve the mystery of why someone's put a hit out on her. Shield agents show up and are mad at Jessica for talking to Maria...for some reason? Maybe that's in another Marvel series somewhere. Similarly, Jessica and Luke Cage reunite and everything is grand...

  • Amanda [Novel Addiction]
    Apr 12, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Sep 20, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

    3 1/2 Stars. Jessica Jones: The Secrets of Maria Hill ties a couple of different plots (and therefore series) together. While reading you?ll see a lot of the fallout for Maria Hill (obviously you can guess this much, based on the title). Without reading any of the series focusing...

  • M.
    Jul 11, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

  • Juan
    Jul 17, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

    3 1/2 Stars. Jessica Jones: The Secrets of Maria Hill ties a couple of different plots (and therefore series) together. While reading you?ll see a lot of the fallout for Maria Hill (obviously you can guess this much, based on the title). Without reading any of the series focusing...

    Both the interior art by Gaydos and the covers by Mack are an improvement in this series over the original Alias. And neither were slumming it back then, by any means. This is a beautiful book. However, the character of Jessica Jones, and the tone of the book, just don't seem to quite ...

    Jessica Jones helps Maria Hill solve the mystery of why someone's put a hit out on her. Shield agents show up and are mad at Jessica for talking to Maria...for some reason? Maybe that's in another Marvel series somewhere. Similarly, Jessica and Luke Cage reunite and everything is grand...

    I feel the volume was strong and I love the way Jessica Jones, as a character with dry humor, is written. I actually feel pretty bad for her in that her life and work is always getting blown up and leaving her in a worse position than before accepting her given job. I really love the h...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Oct 28, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Dec 09, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

  • C.E. Case
    Sep 09, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

  • Frédéric
    Mar 21, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

  • Todd Glaeser
    Jul 14, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

  • Rod Brown
    Feb 14, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

  • Scott
    May 05, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

  • Tomislav Škrljac
    Nov 22, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

  • Rebekah Gordon
    Apr 04, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

  • Artemy
    Mar 04, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

  • Shawn Birss
    Dec 19, 2017

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

    i ...

    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

    3 1/2 Stars. Jessica Jones: The Secrets of Maria Hill ties a couple of different plots (and therefore series) together. While reading you?ll see a lot of the fallout for Maria Hill (obviously you can guess this much, based on the title). Without reading any of the series focusing...

    Both the interior art by Gaydos and the covers by Mack are an improvement in this series over the original Alias. And neither were slumming it back then, by any means. This is a beautiful book. However, the character of Jessica Jones, and the tone of the book, just don't seem to quite ...

  • Red Panda
    Mar 16, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

  • elle ☼
    Mar 23, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

  • HFK
    Mar 06, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

  • Josh
    Mar 11, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

  • Books!Books!Books!
    May 16, 2018

    It seems I just cannot stop reading Jessica Jones. It feels odd as I have never been a fan, and I did not even finish the first season of the series on Netflix. I am not sure what magic Bendis is working on to make me return to this new resurrection even when I have felt it to be unnec...

    I really enjoyed this one, despite its faults. I thought the Maria Hill storyline was pretty good and loved the Steranko-style flashback sequences drawn by Javier Pulido. Still not overly keen on regular art on this book, though. When all the backgrounds are just Photoshopped photog...

    This is the second time Brian Bendis (primarily a superhero writer) is creating a series about Jessica Jones. Call it a hiatus? The first time was through the terrific Alias, all too short, but way promising, and now more than a decade later and after a successful Netflix series, he is...

    ah i love jessica ? i wasn?t as much of a fan of this as the first one (i?m not a fan of maria hill??? i hated her in the mcu so idk why i thought i could like her in the comics) and halfway through i was gonna rate it 3 stars. buuut that cliffhanger just changed ...

    JJ's new series finally evokes some Alias-like luster with The Secrets of Maria Hill. In this edition Jones is still trying to untangle in her chaotic personal life (motherhood, Luke Cage, . . . prison?) while also digging into a lucrative case by request of ousted SHIELD director Hill...

    The second volume of Benids?s unnecessary return of Jessica Jones is slightly better than the first, but only slightly. The book, as evidenced by the title, is focused on Maria Hill and her greatest secret. Does it have anything to do with Jessica and her ongoing quest of becoming...

    Bendis' second coming of Jessica Jones continues to be great. In fact, this is stronger than the first volume, because we don't get Jessica's really questionable pretend betrayal. We do get great character development of both Jessica and Luke. We get a nice plot, that has at its...

    This book continues to be an adventure. The fall-out from the events of Marvel Comics start getting close to home for Jessica with the arrival of Maria Hill. I can't say more than that, but this brings the crime-noir world of Jessica Jones to the espionage, cloak-and-dagger world of S....

    Someone wants to kill Maria Hill. Hey, who can blame 'em, right? Anyway Maria hires Jessica, of all people, to find out who. Since it's a Bendis book it takes like forever to get to the point. A rather anticlimactic point for that matter but original in a way. Before that pages of...

    Jessica Jones is one of those superheroes I just really love even though she's sometimes a jerk and is a lousy person when it comes to relationships and friendships (not talking only about the Jessica Jones interpretation in this comic). I love how more and more comics are starting to ...

    I still love Jessica and will keep reading this probably no matter what. Sometimes it?s really good, but sometimes Bendis?s idea of what makes something ?adult? is like.....really? There are legit 2 full pages about peeing in a cup. Like...?? That said, it?s cool and inter...

    I love Alias and Jessica Jones and have never had any problems digesting it or even getting into the character or series but I did with this story. Maybe it is because I read volume one a while ago but I never fully understood what was going on with Maria Hill and all of the espionage ...

    Time to go on a Bendis bender! (#1 of 8) This book exemplifies everything I like about Bendis' writing. * Characters whose only traits are sarcasm and coolness. * Clever dialogue and Tarantinoesque asides (about the multiplication of Spider-People in this case). * Plots that a...

    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...

    Not bad. ...

    Cool, intriguing, self-contained story with lots of Jessica being Jessica. ? ...

    Page turning mystery that doesn't let up until the very end. The Secrets of Maria Hill belongs with the best of Bendis's Alias books. Excellent. ...

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    - This memory-wiping thing... That is messed up. - Yeah. You, if I recall, used to drink rather heavily... Difference being? - See, THAT right there, is why nobody has ever liked you. ...

    This is a fantastic portrayal of Jessica Jones and I enjoyed Maria Hill, but the plot is pretty incomprehensible. The art gets experimental and retro in flashbacks. It's great. ...

    Good arc This was a solid arc that continues to make me not sure how to feel about Nick Fury. Regardless, the lead into the return of a key character holds a lot of promise. ...

    Honestly, as much of Bendis writes, very interesting. But some plot points were too predictable. ...

    [Read as single issues] Maria Hill needs help. SHIELD has been disbanded, and now everyone she's ever annoyed (so, literally everyone) is out to kill her. Or are they? Enter Jessica Jones, disgruntled private investigator. This book is soooooo slooooooow. I expect reading it in sin...

    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible. ...

    3 1/2 Stars. Jessica Jones: The Secrets of Maria Hill ties a couple of different plots (and therefore series) together. While reading you?ll see a lot of the fallout for Maria Hill (obviously you can guess this much, based on the title). Without reading any of the series focusing...

    Both the interior art by Gaydos and the covers by Mack are an improvement in this series over the original Alias. And neither were slumming it back then, by any means. This is a beautiful book. However, the character of Jessica Jones, and the tone of the book, just don't seem to quite ...

    Jessica Jones helps Maria Hill solve the mystery of why someone's put a hit out on her. Shield agents show up and are mad at Jessica for talking to Maria...for some reason? Maybe that's in another Marvel series somewhere. Similarly, Jessica and Luke Cage reunite and everything is grand...

    I feel the volume was strong and I love the way Jessica Jones, as a character with dry humor, is written. I actually feel pretty bad for her in that her life and work is always getting blown up and leaving her in a worse position than before accepting her given job. I really love the h...

    This was surprisingly good! I *hate* Maria Hill. Just frickin' hate her. Finding her in Marvel comics I want to read is like finding raisins in a cookie I want to eat. But I didn't hate this story. The narrative acknowledge why someone - why Jessica in particular - wouldn't want to ...