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Over the course of 13 episodes, Jessica grappled with the trauma of having been abducted, raped, and held hostage inside her own body—all things from which her own super-strength couldn't protect her.
Marvel Studios has touched on the subject of PTSD before in characters like Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) and Bucky Barnes, aka the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).
While big-screen superhero epics favor explosions and broad strokes over nuanced characters and psychologically rich drama, Marvel's Jessica Jones offered a surprising alternative when it premiered on Netflix last year.While Krysten Ritter's hard-bitten, quietly wounded Jessica made the ongoing lack of female superheroes on the big screen all the more glaring, she also served as a reminder of what television can do that movies can't.