Well, at least the movies in the MCU do.
Despite a General Zod-like exit from the series in Marvel's Jessica Jones season one, EW brings word that David Tennant will return as the villain Kilgrave in the upcoming second season of the Netflix series. Will Jessica have to relive his torments in the back of her mind?
For those of you who are still here, you already know that Kilgrave was killed at the end of the show - so this is a little surprising. It was this twisted relationship that gave Jessica Jones the bulk of its dramatic weight, as it was used to examine issues of female rape and male abuse of power. Season 1 featured many flashbacks as Jones worked out her muddy memory.
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Of course, this begs the question of how Killgrave is back with his head still seemingly attached at the correct angle. That's a different David Tennant show.
Reports also speculate that Kilgrave's spawn called the Purple Children might also be introduced in "Marvel's Jessica Jones" season 2, which could also launch his return. Her relationship with Kilgrave is something she might never get over completely, and while she is absolutely strong enough to pick up the pieces and move forward in her life of being a hero, it's important to show how an experience like that continues to effect even the strongest among us.
Whatever the reason, I will never say no to more of Tennant's Killgrave. Before that, though, Jessica Jones can be seen on Marvel's The Defenders, which premieres Friday, Aug. 18 on Netflix.