Marvel wastes absolutely no time. Yesterday, the company announced the perfect match of Drew Goddard and Daredevil, and a mere six hours later they had already moved on to the next couple – Melissa Rosenberg and Jessica Jones. Rosenberg (according to Deadline) will act as writer and executive producer for the second TV show released in Marvel’s gargantuan deal with Netflix, after Daredevil and before Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and the superhero combo platter that is The Defenders. Yet neither Rosenberg nor Jessica Jones have the kind of name recognition that Goddard and Daredevil have. Let’s rectify that. Jessica Jones is a fairly recent addition to the Marvel canon, having first premiered in the 2001 comic book Alias. Like so many other superheroes, a freak accident and a few barrels of radioactive ooze left her with superpowers- enhanced strength and the ability to fly (somewhat; taking off is easy, landing not so much). After a brief stint with a silver bodysuit, pink hair, and the alter-ego “Jewel,” Jones retired from the superhero lifestyle. Now a bundle of nerves, self-doubt and post-traumatic stress, she works as a private detective, working vaguely superhero-related investigations and eventually marrying her Netflix comrade, Luke Cage.