Looks like you'll need to leave room for a poster tube in your luggage if you're traveling to San Diego for this year's Comic-Con International. Entertainment Weekly has debuted a new poster for "Agent Carter" from Marvel artist Kris Anka ("Uncanny X-Men," upcoming "Captain Marvel") that not only nails the cool and confident demeanors of series leads Hayley Atwell and James D'Arcy, but it also teases a little of what's to come when the show returns to ABC in 2016.
The image sees Agent Carter at the ready, gun drawn and a hand placed confidently on her hip. Edwin Jarvis backs her up, as always, armed with only an umbrella and a wry smile. The poster places the pair in the midst of classic Hollywood iconography -- a nod to the show's transition from New York to the West Coast.
"There's a case that goes beyond what the LAPD or normal local police would be able to handle that falls into their purview," executive producer Michele Fazekas said in EW's reveal. "In Los Angeles, you have the spectacular wealth, glamour and beauty right next to the grit and crime -- often right up against each other. We're very much being inspired by Noir films."
Fazekas added that Agent Carter won't be working for Howard Stark this go-round and she even has the respect of some of her peers in the SSR. "The nice thing about Peggy this season is she's not having to hide her agenda from the SSR. [Jarvis] is helping her out, just in a different way."
SDCC attendees can pick up the free poster at the Marvel booth (#2339) from July 9-12, while supplies last.