Alias, Volume 1

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Marvel Comics, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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"Meet Jessica Jones, one-time costumed heroine turned private investigator. After realizing that her powers were unremarkable compared to those of the icons in the Marvel Universe, Jones gave up being a super hero and eventually opened up a detective agency. While her intent to help others is intact, her personal behavior is anything but valiant: She is bitter, resentful and self-destructive. In lieu of professional help, Jessica battles her inferiority complex and depression with a chain-smoking habit and alcoholic tendencies. In spite of her self-imposed exile from the spandex crowd, Jessica's cases continually lead her back to her old circle of acquaintances, which only fuels her angst even more"--Amazon.

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Review: Alias, Vol. 1 (Alias trade paperbacks #1)

User Review  - TFGamer - Goodreads

Loved this. Moody broody super heroes. Read full review

Review: Alias Omnibus (Max Comics)

User Review  - Mitchell A. Leep - Goodreads

Perfect. Perfect. Perfect. Seriously. Wow. This could go on a list next to McKean's Cages, it is that good. Michael Gaydos and Brian Michael Bendis I salute you. Read full review

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