Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Takes The Long Road To Reveal A New Poster

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agents of shield bannerWe were just talking earlier tonight about ABC looking to strengthen their partnership with Marvel/Disney and possibly make some more TV shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (click here for original story) and not an hour after posting that, a Twitter campaign kicked off to reveal a new poster for the highly anticipated show. Clark Gregg got the ball rolling in the scavenger hunt-like promotion.

Now stay with me. Things are pretty long from here, but this is how each piece was revealed: Gregg Tweeted the first image for the poster and then told fans it had to be Tweeted 3,000 times before his co-star Ming-Na Wen would reveal the next piece. She had to get 1,000 Re-Tweets to trigger Agent Grant Ward actor Brett Dalton to show off his piece. Dalton‘s piece of the poster puzzle had to get 500 Re-Tweets for Jed Whedon to post his photo. After Whedon‘s piece was posted, things moved a lot faster. Whedon stated he had to get 500 Re-Tweets for Elizabeth Henstridge to Tweet her piece of the poster, but they revealed the next one after about 300 Re-Tweets. Henstridge didn’t give a required number of Re-Tweets, but Chloe Bennet quickly  posted hers and said Maurissa Tancharoen would show off the final poster.

Did you follow all of that? I watched it unfold and got confused once or twice. That was a long way to go for a poster, but it’s over now. It seems late Sunday night wasn’t the best time to do such a Twitter campaign as that. The final poster is right below, but you can click the smaller pics under that to see how each piece added up to the full thing. What do you think about the new poster?

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