Check out these ‘Jessica Jones’ season two episode titles as pulp novel covers

They're pretty badass

You don’t need to be a gifted sleuth to know that the Marvel hit Jessica Jones is returning to Netflix for its second season on March 8th – rabid fans are all over the internet, eagerly awaiting the continued adventures of the superhero-turned-private-detective. Starring Krysten Ritter as the titular character and David Tennant as her nemesis Kilgrave, the first season, which took place in the Marvel universe and followed the continuity of the movies, was darker than your typical tale from the renowned studio – and this follow-up looks likely to find our hero in the depths of even greater emotional turmoil.

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Pre-release promos promise that season two – directed exclusively by female directors – will feature “a new case [that] makes [Jessica] reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.” And, while you wait, please enjoy these pulp fiction-inspired designs created by talented artists, based on episodes from the new series. Netflix said: “13 female artists from all over the globe just rocked your world… [with] exclusive pulp art covers created by artists who have taken their inspiration from this upcoming season.” What clues could they hold? Get sleuthin’!

1
‘I Want Your Cray Cray’

Illustrated by Audrey Mok

2
‘Playland’

Illustrated by Anne Wu

3
‘Pray for My Patsy’

Illustrated by June Brigman

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4
‘Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed’

Illustrated by Jenny Frison

5
‘Ain’t We Got Fun’

Illustrated by Joyce Chin

6
‘Facetime’

Illustrated by Erica Henderson

7
‘The Octopus’

Illustrated by Colleen Doran

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8
‘God Help the Hobo’

Illustrated by Kate Niemczyk

9
Sole Survivor

Illustrated by Elizabeth Torque

10
‘Freak Accident’

Illustrated by Jen Bartel

11
‘Start at the Beginning’

Illustrated by Stephanie Hans

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12
‘Three Lives and Counting’

Illustrated by Ema Lupacchino

13
‘Pork Chop’

Illustrated by Amy Reeder

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