With the Purple Man (mostly) out of the way, Netflix and Marvel are back and ready to turn Jessica Jones loose for her second season of dry, deadpan butt-kicking in New York City. And to commemorate the approaching premiere date, the streaming service has just unloaded a ton of killer pulp-style posters to promote each episode.
Created by female artists from across the world, each poster has its own gritty, throwback vibe, highlighting “the spirit and essence of each episode from Season 2,” according to Netflix.
The poster reveal also serves to highlight Netflix’s other big announcement: we now know the titles for all 13 episodes on deck for Season 2. Take a peek at a few of the covers the show’s official Twitter page just revealed, and then check out the full rundown of the episode listing below.
Season 2 Episodes
1 — “AKA Start at the Beginning”
2 — “AKA Freak Accident”
3 — “AKA Sole Survivor”
4 — “AKA God Help the Hobo”
5 — “AKA The Octopus”
6 — “AKA Facetime”
7 — “AKA I Want Your Cray Cray”
8 — “AKA Ain’t We Got Fun”
9 — “AKA Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed”
10 — “AKA Pork Chop”
11 — “AKA Three Lives and Counting”
12 — “AKA Pray For My Patsy”
13 — “AKA Playland”
Now that she’s established something of a reputation for herself, Jones (Krysten Ritter) is “beginning to put her life back together after taking down her tormenter, Kilgrave,” Netflix teases in its press release, promising she’ll encounter “a new case [that] makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.”
The posters come fresh on the heels of “Empowered,” a neat behind-the-scenes featurette that emphasizes the emotional impact Marvel is going for in Season 2, as well as the focus on all the characters’ turbulent inner lives.
Joining Ritter will be returning cast members Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth), and Eka Darville (Malcolm Ducasse). Also new for Season two are English actor Janet McTeer (Maleficent, The Divergent Series) and Cuban-American actor J.R. Ramirez (Arrow).
For a refresher on where things left off, check out Season 1 of Jessica Jones on Netflix now. Then get set: Season 2 will be ready to rock starting March 8, 2018.