Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill by Brian Michael Bendis

Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill

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...

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Jessica Jones, Vol. 2: The Secrets of Maria Hill Reviews

  • Todd Glaeser
    Jessica Jones is the character that Bendis should write and explore the Marvel universe with. So much of this book is incredible....
  • C.E. Case
    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. ...
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    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 on the greater...
  • Ken Moten
    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.H.I.E.L.D. The...
  • Tomislav Škrljac
    Kind of dissapointing. Boring, slow and hard to follow. ...
  • Shawn Birss
    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 know where to ...
  • Shannon Appelcline
    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 heart an interesting ...
  • C. Varn
    Good arcThis 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. ...
  • David Schaafsma
    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 working on a ...

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