As Jessica Jones hits its mid-point, its main character can no longer deal with the blood on her hands.
"Heroes wear costumes," we're told. But, in Jessica Jones, being a hero means something different.
This show about an angry loner may turn out, in the end, to be about the need for community.
In the third episode of Jessica Jones, everyone has his or her drug of choice.
On Jessica Jones, people are as fragile as glass, but what has been broken can be fixed.
Like its protagonist, Jessica Jones is beautiful, dark, powerful, and dealing with some complex emotions.