After the surprise at the end of last episode, Luke is dealing with the newest complication in his life with the help of another Marvel/Netflix supporting character.
This is a season finale so there will probably be some spoilers along the way. Be warned if you haven’t finished Jessica Jones, Season 2.
I’m fairly well-read in most superhero comic books. I don’t manage to read everything, because I don’t have that kind of time or money. Marvel’s Runaways is one of the properties I know next to nothing about, so I was intrigued when I heard it was getting made in to a live action series on Hulu.
The penultimate episode of Jessica Jones’ second season, “AKA Pray for my Patsy,” opens with Trish in the hospital and Jessica and Dorothy standing watch over her.
This is a season finale, so, as usual, there are likely going to be spoilers. Be warned.
I don’t think I’ve seen a bad movie from Marvel Studios yet. I’ll grant I’m not wild about the Hulk, but I’ve never really liked the character (barring Peter David’s amazing run on the comic) and I’m not sure how much that one counts considering they recast the main character and the teased villain was never followed up on.
Things are looking bad for a lot of the main characters on Cloak and Dagger. “Back Breaker” is well named. Tyrone got what he wanted and nothing’s better, Tandy had her dreams smashed, and O’Reilly suffered a major tragedy last time. Now they all have to deal with it.
After the disturbing end of “Pork Chop,” Jessica has a lot to deal with in “AKA Three Lives and Counting.”