Police Brutality in Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1 [Preview]

Jessica Jones: Blindspot #1 is out from Marvel Comics next week. Well, out again we should say, as this series was first released digitally and is now coming to print in single issues. From Kelly Thompson and Mattia De Iulis, we've got a preview of the issue below, in which Jessica Jones finds an unpleasant surprise waiting for her in her office.

Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1 [Preview]

But even worse, the cops are already looking for Jessica, and it looks like she's about to take the rap for this.

Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1 [Preview]

And Jessica, at least in her inner monologue, has some harsh criticism of police tactics and what they do and do not get hard-ons from.

Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1 [Preview]

But while these cops may be dicks, they do have some redeeming qualities, such as mustaches and neck tattoos.

Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1 [Preview]

Jessica Jones: Blind Spot #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Mattia De Iulis (CA) Valerio Giangiordano
The critically acclaimed Marvel Digital Original series by Kelly Thompson and Mattia De Iulis, released for the first time as a print miniseries!
Jessica Jones was once the costumed super hero known as Jewel. She sucked at it. Now she's a private investigator at her own firm, Alias Investigations. She sucks less at that. With the Purple Man gone, her relationship with her husband, Luke Cage, and their daughter, Danielle, is better than ever. But her past always comes knocking, and when a woman whose case she fumbled winds up dead on her office floor, Jessica goes from private investigator to prime suspect. Can she find the real killer and clear her name?
In Shops: Jan 15, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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