Warning: spoilers for all of Jessica Jones Season 1 are ahead!

This past Friday, Netflix released Season 1 of its latest Marvel show Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as the eponymous antagonist who tries to defeat the mind-controlling Kilgrave (played by David Tennant) with the help of Luke Cage (played by Mike Colter), Trish Walker (played by Rachael Taylor) and more. The series has already been critically lauded for its dark storytellling and multi-faceted characters (especially Jessica and Kilgrave). However, beyond its story and main players, the show also has an abundance of things Marvel loves to toss around: Easter Eggs.

Just like Marvel’s other projects, there are plenty of references from the House of Ideas’ lore sprinkled through Jessica Jones’s first season, be it an element from the original comics stories to other areas of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’ve gone through the list and narrowed down ten major Easter Eggs that you may have missed while you were recently binge-watching the show. Take a look!

Jessica’s Costume And Codename
Jessica’s Costume And Codename
Jessica didn’t get the chance to become a full-fledged superhero like her comic book counterpart, but she came close. In the Episode 5 flashbacks, following Jessica’s decision to start using her powers for good, Trish showed her a costume she could wear out in public, which matched the same white and blue outfit Jessica wore in the comics. Unfortunately for Trish, the eponymous protagonist dismissed it as something worn on Halloween or during kinky roleplay. She also dismissed the codename Jewel as a stripper name, so if Jessica had ended up becoming a crimefighter, she would have rocked a different moniker.

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