We could talk your ear off all day on the differences between Marvel’s Jessica Jones and Daredevil, right up until tomorrow’s Netflix premiere, but how about a visual demonstration. Gone are the blood red drippings of Matt Murdock’s Hell’s Kitchen, as the full Jessica Jones opening credits paint a much more colorful, jazzy noir take on the town.

Ahead of tomorrow’s premiere, Jessica Jones revealed its full opening credits sequence, a far cry from the ominous reds of Daredevil. Instead, Jessica’s jazz-infused opener follows the colorful lead of comic artist David Mack, taking us around seedier, noir-esque corners of Hell’s Kitchen, as if through Jessica’s eyes themselves.

So reads Marvel’s official Jessica Jones synopsis:

After a tragic ending to her short-lived super hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases involving people with extraordinary abilities in New York City.

Premiering all 13 episodes on November 20, Marvel’s Jessica Jones features Krysten Ritter in the title role, along with Mike Colter as Luke Cage, David Tennant as Zebediah Kilgrave, Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeri Hogarth, and Rachael Taylor as Patsy “Hellcat” Walker. Run creatively by Melissa Rosenberg, the series also features in recurring roles Eka Darville as Jessica’s neighbor, Erin Moriarty as a client, and Wil Traval as a police officer, while Rosario Dawson has been confirmed to reprise her role as Claire Temple.

We’ll have a more in-depth look at Marvel’s Jessica Jones after the premiere, but take in the latest photos and teasers below, and stay tuned for more from the big debut!

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