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But Jessica has enough individuality that I'm willing to see whether her characterization deepens over time.This is the main reason why I'm going to try out Volume 2 (that and Gaydos' art), but I can't make a very strong argument that anyone else should follow my lead.(4) The covers are exploitative, but they're not done by Gaydos.A shy waitress awakens to find herself covered in blood, with a dead man cooling at her feet. Her kidnappers explain that she is the reincarnation of an Indian snake goddess.68 English mercenaries/explorers slaughtered her people and her fellow snake god--ever since, the goddess has reincarnated over and over, seeking vengeance. Without understanding why, she finds herself turning into a creature - a vicious Snakewoman. Her mission - to avenge a centuries old wrong that was conceived half a world away, deep in the jungles of India. Jessica Peterson is learning first-hand that the cycle of revenge cannot be broken. Without understanding why, she finds herself turning into a creature - a vicious Snakewoman.
Her mission - to avenge a centuries old wrong that was conceiv Born, 1981. Terrified by her true nature and hunted by a mysterious organization known only as "The 68," Jessica must confront the monster that lurks inside her before it is too late.
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As humans societies have evolved from hunter-gatherers into civilized societies, there have been substantial changes in relations between men and women, with perhaps one of a few remaining biological constants being that both adult women and men must have sexual intercourse for human procreation to happen.
I'm not actually sure what race Jessica is -- there's the white default, but she, like a lot of the characters, has a brown wash, even though she has green eyes. At least one of the 68 in the current incarnation is Indian, but the other three we've seen are white -- and in this case I'm okay with that, because I don't want to see (even semi-monstrous) white girl menaced by brown men. (2) Jessica's reluctant forced cooperation with her white male antagonist is full of great dramatic tension, and it's explicitly presented as the best of a bunch of bad choices.
I'm assuming white, but the reversal of the usual whitewashing is nice. I would be surprised to see the relationship remain static through the entire series.
Jessica Peterson is learning first-hand that the cycle of revenge cannot be broken.