Today marks the release of Marvel's latest Netflix series Jessica Jones. And with that release comes a lot of new merchandise that the company plans on offering to fans of the show.
Some of this merchandise is the usual stuff: t-shirts, mugs and mousepads. However, Marvel also has Jessica Jones throw pillows, tote bags, bumper stickers, phone cases and even wallets.
Even better, fans can choose to sport "Alias Investigations" on their merchandise, or go with artwork from the Alias comic book, which first introduced the character to the world. There's also licensed artwork for the Netflix series, as well.
Check out some of the cool Jessica Jones goodies available to fans now:
In addition to Jessica Jones merchandise, Marvel also released items for more of its mature properties, including Deadpool, who has a movie coming out in February, 2016. There's also new Daredevil merchandise to choose from.
"Our goal is to open our deep vault of characters and explore all opportunities to drive incremental revenue that extends beyond our core franchises and extends our reach to new consumer segments," said Paul Gitter, senior vice president, licensing, Marvel at Disney Consumer Products, as reported by Laughing Place. "The excitement that is brewing across the board from not just fans, but also the licensees and retailers, is overwhelming and we are looking forward to seeing the reaction to this awesome product lineup."
All of these items are now available from Marvel's CafePress shop, which, of course, features goods from other Marvel's properties, too, including Ant-Man, Captain America, Spider-Man and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
So now fans can show their Marvel love by throwing more money at the company this weekend while binge-watching the latest Marvel series, Jessica Jones, which is now available on Netflix. The company plans on releasing even more merchandise after the season two premiere of Daredevil on Netflix next year.
"Utilizing new artwork that launched this past summer, the merchandise campaigns focus on images from the vast Marvel Publishing archive to embrace an edgier tone," wrote the company in a press statement, as reported by Bleeding Cool. "The lines have begun rolling out in stores with larger launches planned for January 2016 targeting teens and adults. Activity will heat up later in 2016 with the debut of the second season of the critically acclaimed Netflix's Marvel's Daredevil, which will include the first-ever live-action appearance of the Punisher on television."