Alisa Campbell (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 2 3 002.png
Real Name
Alisa Jones(née Campbell)[1]
Aliases
Dr. Leslie Hansen[2], Laura Patterson[1], Inmate 46592[3]
Relatives

Brian Jones (1st husband, deceased);
Jessica Jones (daughter);
Phil Jones (son, deceased);

Dr. Karl Malus (2nd husband, deceased)
Base of Operations
Status
Living Status
Identity
Citizenship
Marital Status
Occupation
Unemployed; former junior college mathematics teacher[4]
Characteristics
Gender
Hair
Bald (formerly brown)
Unusual Features
Scaring on posterior scalp
Origin
Origin
Human Mutate. Enhanced by IGH experimentation
Reality
Creators and Appearances
Quote1.png Bullsh*t. A daughter needs her mother. Always. Quote2.png
Alisa Jones to Dorothy Walker[src]

History

Alisa Jones was the mother of Jessica. After a crash that kille her husband and son, she was experimented on by Doctor Karl Malus, which ended up giving her superhuman abilties.[1]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Alisa Jones was a baseline human until an automotive accident nearly killed her and IGH experimented on her to save her life.[1] Because of her unique DNA, Alisa was not only healed by the procedure but also gained superhuman powers including:

  • Superhuman Strength: Jones has strength beyond that of even Jessica Jones. She is strong enough to lift the back of a slow-moving car and can send someone flying across a street with a full force blow.[2]
    • Superhuman Leaping
  • Enhanced Speed
  • Enhanced Durability
  • Accelerated Healing

Weaknesses

  • Rage Episodes: Alisa suffers from dissociative episodes in response to emotional stress that involve extremely aggressive and uncontrollable destructive rages.[1]

Notes

Trivia

  • In "AKA I Want Your Cray Cray", Jessica Jones reveals her middle name is "Campbell" and that this was her mother's maiden name. This is a reference to the Marvel Prime Jessica Jones whose original surname was "Campbell" before being adopted by the Jones family.[5]
  • Alisa is an expert in mathematics and was considered for a tenure-track position at the University of Michigan, which she had to turn down for family reasons.[4]
  • On at least one occasion, she used the persona 'Laura Patterson', a high-school math teacher, to conceal her identity.[1]

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

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