Coulson Stands Divided In New "Agents Of SHIELD" Art From Dave Johnson

Entertainment Weekly has revealed the latest piece in Marvel's line of art tied to the back half of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" second season. The latest artwork comes from prolific cover artist Dave Johnson and ties into the episode "Afterlife," which airs next Tuesday on ABC.

The poster, which follows previous images by artists like Declan Shalvey and Marcos Martin, depicts the strong division that has emerged on the series in recent weeks, with one half of the image depicting the newly introduced S.H.I.E.L.D. and the other featuring the cast we've come to know over the past season and a half.

In the interview with "S.H.I.E.L.D." EP Jeffrey Bell accompanying the artwork, Bell talks about the upcoming introduction of Luke Mitchell's Inhuman character and his role in Skye's future.

"Meeting Luke's character in the Inhuman world is just setting up a new dynamic," said Bell. "We're taking [Skye] into a group with a whole bunch of different people. So far, we've seen that there's a guy with no eyes, and there's a woman who now is covered in thorns. And as in the X-Men world, there are a handful of people who look more like them, but a lot of them turn out to be just attractive people with powers. And we thought, "Hey, let's have some of those as well!" [laughs] We were looking for a new character to come on, and Luke just really impressed us. He was a good actor, had a nice quality, and we felt he might be a good person to sort of usher Skye into this other world."

"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." airs on Tuesdays on ABC.

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