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Final Jessica Jones Trailer Gets Serious

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While a lot of the teasers were about Jessica breaking things in humorous fashion, this one is about how broken she is – and leaves its sole joke for the very end. It also establishes the stakes for the villainous Kilgrave (if you have a gun, he can make you an insta-suicide statistic) and love interest Luke Cage, who looks like the conscience of the series (though he’ll presumably be more conflicted once he gets his own).

You might say that despite all her rage, she is still not too rad for the Cage.

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