Post by takewithfood on Oct 9, 2015 9:02:32 GMT -5
It's apparently been confirmed that cover artist David Mack designed the opening sequence and the original teaser trailer above, and that artist Michael Gaydos not only has writing co-credits for all 13 episodes, but has been involved in art supervision. They are really not messing around when it comes to recreating Alias' style!
Post by takewithfood on Nov 22, 2015 22:53:53 GMT -5
I haven't been able to get Netflix working on my iPad for about 2 months. Very occasionally (maybe 5% of the time) it will work for about 1 episode, then it will go back to not working. I can't believe they wouldn't fix something like this. There are complaints about the same thing in the reviews at the app store going back several months.
Anyway, half-way through the show, my biggest/only complaint has been that the opening theme doesn't capture the tone of the show at all. Daredevil had such a perfect theme.. Jessica's is too playful and lighthearted for what is definitely the darker of the two shows.
Post by fightsurviverepeat on Nov 23, 2015 8:37:33 GMT -5
I didn't enjoy Jessica Jones nearly as much as I did Daredevil. That could be because Daredevil is one of my favorite comic book characters though. I am kind of curious to see how the solo series play out. I've read somewhere they are looking to do a Heroes for Hire Crossover using the Netflix characters. I still can't help but wonder if any of the series get popular enough if any of them will be main focuses on upcoming Avengers movies. I've read some of them may make cameo's, but it would be nice to see someone launch a good movie career from this.
Possible Casting and Character Spoilers
I didn't read the casting for this show before I watched it, and that made me surprised to see David Tennant playing as the main antagonist of the season. It was really cool to see Purple Man, and I liked how he just wore purple instead of actually being Purple.
Sadly enough, watching the whole just thing made me just want to go back and watch David Tennant's run of Dr. Who.