Jessica Jones

Ep 53: Jessica Jones, S2

Trish & JessicaJacob and Matthew explore the second season of Jessica Jones on a number of levels, looking at the decisions of both the characters and the writers. How should the law treat someone like Alissa? What responsibility does Jessica hold for her mother’s actions? How do we view Trish’s actions, and the writers decisions to put such conflict between her and Jessica?

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Iron Ethics

Iron ColleenWhat ethical issues did Netflix’s version of Iron Fist raise, and what did they sidestep? Paul and Matthew share their views on the show, on the questions it raised and the ones they wish it had explored further. They also ask, who do we point the finger at when a part of an extended universe goes off the rails?

 

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Podcast: Luke Cage & The Role of Identity, Part I

luke-cage-bulletsWith the launch of Luke Cage, we talk about identity politics and the signficance of a black, bulletproof, hero in today’s world.

We had a lot to say about the topic, so this is part 1 of 2.

Contains spoilers for Luke Cage episode 1, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Supergirl and other MCU and DCU properties.

 

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