The official Jessica Jones logo has been revealed, confirming once and for all that the upcoming Netflix series definitely does not have an “AKA” attached to the title anymore.
Here’s that logo:
It’s pretty straight to the point, although sliced up letters certainly seem intriguing. I’m not entirely what they’re meant to represent about the character though, perhaps something tied to the tragedy that led to her leaving her superhero career behind?
Either way, now we know for sure, the title of the show is simply, Jessica Jones.
What did it used to be?
Marvel has been going back and forth on the title for a while now. Way back in 2010, it was being developed by Melissa Rosenberg as a potential ABC show with the title Jessica Jones. Following Marvel’s deal with Netflix though, Rosenberg returned to the series, revamping it as A.K.A Jessica Jones in late 2013.
This title stuck for a while until June, when fans saw that the Netflix placeholder page had gotten a new title, dropping the “AKA.” Now, with an official logo, it looks like Marvel has found its direction and is sticking to it.
It seems very possible that the show was retitled to make it more consistent with Daredevil, and potentially, the Luke Cage and Iron Fist-led series that will follow. Largely irrelevant I know, but some decent trivia nonetheless.
Jessica Jones will debut on Netflix later this year.