A recent interview with Melissa Rosenberg, the showrunner of David Tennant's upcoming series Marvel's Jessica Jones, has revealed the shows updated logo. Marvel have now officially unveiled the new logo, updating their social media pages relating to the show.
Melissa was interviewed by Access Hollywood during the TCA Summer Press Tour on Tuesday where Netflix presented its 2015/16 output to assembled US entertainment critics and journalists. The new series, adapted from the MarvelMAX comic series Alias created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, stars Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, a former superhero turned private detective. David Tennant co-stars as Kilgrave, a supervillain with the power of mind control.
During a video clip from Melissa's interview, in which she explained the reasons for casting Krysten Ritter, a variant on the show's logo was visible on the wall behind her, showing bolder, fractured lettering.
Watch the video clip here.
Marvel's Jessica Jones is the second in five planned Defenders miniseries playing exclusively on Netflix. The first, Daredevil, premiered in April. Luke cage and Iron Fist are due next year and will be followed by Marvel's Defenders. Marvel confirmed on Tuesday that Jessica Jones would launch before the end of 2015.