Final "Agents Of SHIELD" Poster Ties Season Two Together

With "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" season two finale only a few days away from airing, Entertainment Weekly has unveiled the final piece in the show's series of posters. The new image, illustrated by Joshua Budich, comes just a day after the reveal of Ryan Sook's retro-style poster. Considering that this season's finale -- titled "S.O.S." -- is a two-parter, it's only fitting that the Tuesday event receive two posters.

The image, revealed in full below, depicts every major player from "S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" sophomore season and divides them into two camps: pro-Coulson and anti-Coulson, with the newly-Inhuman Skye right in the middle. "S.H.I.E.L.D." executive producer Jeffrey Bell spoke about this season's dual nature, which saw the 2014 episodes focused on taking down the threat of Hydra and the 2015 episodes centered around the emergence of the Inhumans.

"The challenge that we keep seeing is keeping it fresh so it doesn't feel like the same piece of story all season," said Bell to EW. "You want to find a way to mix it up. If this was an HBO show, this would be season four, and you could look back and go, well, the first season introduced these characters, the second season was more of, 'oh, Hydra's in S.H.I.E.L.D.,' and the third one is Skye becoming a superhero. And then getting to the middle of this season, and now we're sort of getting into this Inhuman world. We've tried to make the flavoring different, we've tried to tell different stories with different combinations of the same people so it doesn't feel like you're getting different versions of the same story every week. The poster did a nice job of summing that up."

"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" season two finale airs on ABC on May 12.

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