It features Jessica Jones, played by Krysten Ritter, marching to face her biggest tormentor, her arch-nemesis, Kilgrave, in a a very purple setting. This marks the first time we’ve really seen David Tennant’s villain in any publicity from the studio and it does not disappoint.
And just where is he? Is that a really awesome church or a stage for beat poetry at the best coffee shop ever?
Wherever it is, it’s smart to continue surrounding Jessica Jones with purple, as that’s the color associated with her “haunted past.” Not to mention, it can’t be a good thing that David Tennant’s villainous character is standing behind a microphone. After all, his power is that he can force his will upon anyone, so a microphone will only amp his terrible power.
Along with this picture, we also got a new summary for the show.
“Haunted by a traumatic past, Jessica Jones uses her gifts as a private eye to find her tormentor before he can harm anyone else in Hell’s Kitchen.”
Nice. Short. Concise. Tells us exactly what to expect and it’s a direct translation of the comic book series on which it’s based.
So far, it’s safe to say well done Marvel and Netflix… well done.