Purple Man returns in Jessica Jones' title

"The only thing worse than what the Purple Man did to her originally is the thought of what he could do to her now that she has a child. Writing this has been so scary. This is scary stuff. This is psychological horror unlike anything I think I’ve ever seen in mainstream comics. We’ll see what people think." -- Brian Michael Bendis

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NS: Alias sale at Comixology

 
For those who collect digitally and are fans of Jessica Jones -- Comixology is currently having a sale for the entire original 'Alias' series here.

A few notes:

1. Unlike most Marvel comics this is only available on Comixology proper due to the Explicit Content rating. You won't be able to read it on your Marvel app if you use that. 

2. It's actually cheaper to buy the complete series in digital trades over the individual issues. The four trades together will set you back about $20 as opposed to $28 if you purchase all of the issues individually.

A little bit of meta from Spider-Man #16

"I've not seen ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ so I’m gonna wait until we see what we see. But, yeah, it was bizarre and flattering. I don’t even know if Ganke was the inspiration [for the character of Ned], or they just got to their own place with a character like this on their own. I don’t know. It does seem like it might have been, but no one’s told me either way. There’s so much else in that trailer that’s from ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ that I would assume that, yes, it is… It’s weird only because Ganke wasn’t part of Peter’s story — he was part of Miles’ story.” - Brian Michael Bendis

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