These 'Jessica Jones' Pulp-Style Covers Offer Spoiler Hints Galore

David Moye
HuffPost

The second season of Marvel’s “Jessica Jones” will debut later this week, but fans looking for spoilers should check out these pulp-style tributes to each episode.

In honor of the show, Netflix commissioned 13 female artists to create pulp-style covers for each episode.

Each “cover” features something that happens in each episode, as well as its director and screenwriter.

Observers will notice something “super-empowering” about each cover: All the directors this season are women.

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Episode 201: "AKA Start at the Beginning"
Artist: Stephanie Hans

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Episode 202: "AKA Freak Accident"
Artist: Jen Bartel

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Episode 203: "AKA Sole Survivor"
Artist: Elizabeth Torque

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Episode 204: "AKA God Help the Hobo"
Artist: Kate Niemczyk

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Episode 205: "AKA The Octopus"
Artist: Colleen Doran

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Episode 206: "AKA FaceTime"
Artist: Erica Henderson

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Episode 207: "AKA I Want Your Cray Cray"
Artist: Audrey Mok

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Episode 208: "AKA Ain't We Got Fun"
Artist: Joyce Chin

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Episode 209: "AKA Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed"
Artist: Jenny Frison

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Episode 210: "AKA Pork Chop"
Artist: Amy Reeder

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Episode 211: "AKA Three Lives and Counting"
Artist: Ema Lupacchino

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Episode 212: "AKA Pray for My Patsy"
Artist: June Brigman

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Episode 213: "AKA Playland
Artist: Annie Wu

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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