Jessica Jones

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Like most people (or at least a heck of a lot of people) I enjoyed watching Jessica Jones on Netflix.  It took me longer than most because I watched it at a Friend’s house over a couple of different weekends while drinking beer into the late hours of the evening.

Shortly there after, that same friend loaned me the compilation comic books of Jessica Jones. These are titled Jessica Jones:  Alias.

I have been a fan of Brian Michael Bendis since I collected some of his Avengers comics …I don’t even remember when that was. I definitely can see his style of writing (and dialogue) in these comics.  So far I am enjoying them quite a bit.  The conversation between Jessica Jones and Carol Danvers about the Ant Man was priceless.

The art is pretty dark and moody.  The lines aren’t too crisp, but since Jessica walks around in a bit of an alcoholic haze of indifference, I am pretty sure it is intentional.  I generally prefer something a bit crisper…but I can see the value in what was done for these books.

I can definitely see how the subdued nature of the comics translated into a darker form for the Netflix series. I haven’t read the issues in which the purple man is featured, but I look forward to it.

It was nice to read comics again. I don’t need to wax nostalgic about it, since it hasn’t been that long since I read some.  However, it isn’t one of my regular hobbies these days.  Maybe it is a space issue.

 

Amongst the Darts

I have started playing darts again.  The opportunity came up and I jumped on it.

I just thought it would be nice to share some scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion where we play.

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My singles performance was good, but my team play is a little weak.  I think it is because I don’t like people telling me what number to shoot at. By the time they tell me, I have probably already picked out another number.  Hearing this “new” number really doesn’t help my focus.

On a good note one of my teammates hit a nine count in the game of cricket.  I could explain what that means, but I don’t want to deprive you of the chance to Google that one.