You might think, after successfully reinventing the superhero movie genre with a series that has just hit a high point with the multiple-record-breaking The Avengers movie, that television networks would be eager for a piece of the Marvel superhero pie. Turns out, you'd be partially wrong: Of the most recent flurry of Marvel properties vying for live actio
TV: According to Melissa Rosenberg ABC's upcoming A.K.A. Jessica Jones series will take place in Marvel's Avengers-centric movieverse.
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Jeph Loeb opened the Marvel Television Presents panel at San Diego's Comic-Con International 2011 by announcing update after update about Marvel comic books heading to the small screen at ABC, including the return of Hulk to your television, aka jessica jones, a live-action adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos' Alias, and an ABC Family adaptation of Cloak and Dagger.Thanks to the Disney buyout, Marvel has access to ABC, which will be airing the bulk of their live action offerings. Loeb stressed that these series are in the earliest possible st
While development of Guillermo del Toro and David Eick's version of The Hulk has been public knowledge since news broke last month, it looks like Marvel's first new live-action television series will actually be AKA Jessica Jones, based on the MAX Comics series Alias by Brian Michael Bendis that took a gritter look at the Marvel Universe through the eyes of a former superheroine turned private investigator. AKA Jessica