It's disappointing that there will be no Jessica Jones on TV. Marvel has been talking about a live action series for quite a while now, but nothing has really taken shape. I really hope a new Hulk series comes together. The 80s series is definitely a cult classic of sorts and if produces can now create shows like Terra Nova and Heroes, I think there's definitely a lot of potential for a live-action Hulk show.
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I would like have liked to have seen this. As others have stated, it would probably be better done on a network like FX, Showtime, or HBO. Ah well, there goes my hopes of seeing an Alias Omnibus reprint.
Something like a heroes for hire series feature cage & fist is more suitable for a tv series format. They don't even have to wear spandex. The odd couple kind of pairing.
The white guy with the deft martial arts and the black dude who is super strong.
What i think that poster meant is that his own created series have not become tv Alias,Powers. One of the reasons is they are not as easy to sell on tv as Icon of superhero in Spiderman. Create Earth 3000 Spiderman and it will sell and become tv because of his popularity. Bendis didnt take less famous character like Jessica Jones and made her a hit animation or live action.
Of course im talking about popularity and not writing quality. Batman,Spiderman type icons will sell top level for many years Bendis or not, who ever writes Batman will sell alot.
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The Walking Dead,Fatale,Near Death,Storm Dogs,Happy,BPRD,XO-Manowar
American Vampire,Animal Man,Swamp Thing
Daredevil, Winter Soldier,Indestructible Hulk
Wow, sucks that they didn't pick up Alias or Aka Jessica Jones.
I could have seen this coming though. The world is still learning to accept the happy heroic comic book characters in the big screen. I don't know if the public is ready to venture out into butt sex crime drama comic shows, especially on ABC. It would already be pushing their bar to have an interracial couple on a prime time television show
"Ready When You Are" - Batman