Appearing in "Finale"
- Owl (Leland Owlsley) (Only in flashback)
- Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Mentioned)
- Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange) (Mentioned)
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Mentioned)
- Daredevil (Matt Murdock) (Mentioned)
- Kingpin (Wilson Fisk) (Mentioned)
- Wolverine (James "Logan" Howlett) (Mentioned)
- NYPD (Only in flashback)
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (Mentioned)
- David Campbell (Mentioned)
- Mrs. Campbell (Mentioned)
- Phillip Campbell (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Finale"
Jessica is looking after her week-old baby and contemplating the marriage proposal that Luke Cage gave her. She reminisces about her and Luke's first meeting during a brief period of time when she was calling herself Knightress. She broke up a Maggia meeting attended by the Owl and was helped by Cage and his partner Iron Fist.
After defeating the criminals, the three heroes found that one of them brought their two children with him to the meeting. The police were going to sent the children off to foster care, but Jessica insisted on taking them back to her place to take care of them. The police said the only way that that would be possible would be if she revealed her secret identity so they could run a criminal record check, so she did. Later that night, Cage showed up at her house, asking why she did it and the two quickly became friends.
After thinking back upon this first meeting, Jones decides that she will accept Cage's offer.
- Jessica says of her time as Knightress "...everyone was doing darker costumes back then. Even Spider-Man went all black. It was the super hero equivalent of leg warmers." Spider-Man wore a black alien symbiote as his costume from Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #8 to Amazing Spider-Man #258 (1984). He then wore a black cloth suit from Amazing Spider-Man #263 (1985) to Amazing Spider-Man #300 (1988). Leg warmers were a fashion craze during the 1980s, but it should not be assumed that Jessica's flashback was actually intended to take place during that decade, as she also mentions showing the mobster's children the film Toy Story, released on Disney Home Video in late 1996.
- Luke Cage and Danny Rand were teamed together as the Heroes for Hire from Power Man and Iron Fist #54 to Power Man and Iron Fist #125.
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