Now that New York's street-level heroes are an official team, with Frank Castle taking center stage elsewhere in The Punisher, the time has come to return to some fan-favorite solo series. Chief among these is Jessica Jones, which will return for Season 2 later this spring. The first trailer for the new run of episodes finally dropped, and while it looks insanely exciting, it also raises some significant questions about what to expect from the new season. So let's dive into these pressing queries by kicking things off with Trish Walker's role in Season 2.

Will Trish Actually Become Hellcat?

As a trauma survivor, Rachael Taylor's Trish Walker has shown herself to be a scrappy and capable woman from her earliest appearances on Jessica Jones. That idea was then taken to the next level during the latter half of Jessica Jones' first season when Trish got her first taste of heroism in combat against Nuke (Will Traval). Comic fans know that Trish Walker (sometimes called Patsy Walker) doubles as the costumed hero known as Hellcat, and Jessica Jones' Season 2 trailer suggests that she wants to step into that role as a direct "sidekick" for Jessica (Krysten Ritter). Does this mean that we will definitively get a straight adaptation of Hellcat in Season 2? We are not quite sure at this stage, but the trailer presents it as a major possibility to watch out for when the season debuts.

How Did Kilgrave Come Back?

The final moments in the Jessica Jones Season 2 trailer stand out as some of the most interesting because of what they seem to promise for the new run of episodes. More specifically, it shows a strange purple glow enveloping Jessica as an obscure figure claps at her arrival. Of course, most of us came to the conclusion that it's none other than David Tennant's Kilgrave returning for Season 2. That technically should be impossible when we consider Jessica snapped his neck at the end of Season 1---although we knew Tennant had shown up on set with an official image later released, so this reveal isn't necessarily a surprise. The trailer also refers to Jessica's resurrection after her car accident, so was the same technology used to bring back one of Marvel's best villains? Or is he just all in her head?

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