Marvel's newest Netflix instalment into the Marvel Cinematic Universe was released almost two weeks ago, and it is getting extremely positive reviews. In the second half of the season, the show introduces an organization called IGH. IGH is first brought up when Trish is on the phone with Jessica. She describes IGH as a private research organization that Kozlov worked for, allegedly. They funded his drug trials. A quick Google search told Walker that this organization does not officially exist. A little later, Trish's mother shows up her door with a file. She uses it to blackmail Trish into reconnectiing their relationship. After Trish reads the file, it turns out that whoever or whatever IGH is, they covered young Jessica's medical bills when she survived the car accident that killed her parents and little brother.
Even though I am a massive Marvel Comics fan and I know an extensive amount about the comics, I couldn't remember reading anything about IGH, so I went straight to one of my favorite websites, Marvel.wikia.com and still couldn't fins anything from the comics, so I assume IGH was created specifally for the MCU.
Back to the Netflix series, There's definitely something fishy about any accident that results in someone getting superpowers, and I'm willing to bet that IGH has its fingers all over it. There is some theories going around saying that the accident was somehow connected to the accident that killed Howard and Maria Stark — that's an MCU mystery that's just begging to be solved. To add to all of the theories, I think that IGH is responsible for the experiments that Kilgrave and his parents were involved in as well. Jessica Jones made a point to mention that she never went through the rest of Reva Connor's files, only the ones that pertained to Kilgrave and It is also suspicious that Will Simpson was picked at random by Kilgrave to assassinate Trish Walker.
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