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Comixology is offering a bunch of Jessica Jones comics at 50 percent off

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It is officially Jessica Jones day, and to celebrate, Comixology is offering a variety of Jessica Jones comics at discounted prices.

Included in the sale is the entire collection of Alias comics, written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by Michael Gaydos. Launched under Marvel's MAX label, Alias is the series that the Netflix show draws its inspiration from.

For those that want to learn more about the character and her backstory, this is the series to do it with. Each issue is currently available for $1, meaning readers can get the entire collection for $28.

Those who have been trying to keep up with Marvel's New Avengers series will also be glad to know they can get the entire second volume collection of the ongoing series at half-price.

The specific collection ran from 2010-2012 and starred Jessica Jones and Luke Cage (who also has a starring role in the Netflix series) alongside Spider-Man, Ms. Marvel, Wolverine and The Thing among others.

Also included in the sale is the entire collection of Pulse, another series written by Bendis that focused on a specific part of The Bugle, the fictional New York City newspaper that appears throughout the Marvel universe.

Jones is also the main figure in this series, working as an investigative journalist alongside Luke Cage. Each issue is available right now for $1, making the entire collection $14.

There are a few other single issues available to buy that Jones makes an appearance in, so if you wanted to learn more about the titular superheroine, this is the time to do it.

The sale ends on Nov. 29. For a quick explainer before you dive into the series this weekend, be sure to check out the video below.

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