New Preview And Poster For AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. ‘The Only Light In The Darkness’
Next week’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will see more development in the evil Ward saga as well as the long-awaited introduction of Coulson‘s Cellist lady love. Ahead of Tuesday’s episode a new poster for A Light In The Darkness as well as a new clip from the episode have been released.
EW has unveiled the latest poster in the Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Art Of Level Seven initiative. The new poster is from artist Pascal Campion, an artist and animator. The one sheet shows off the Cellist, Coulson, and teases the new villain, Blackout. As well as the poster reveal, EW had a few words from executive producer Jeff Bell about the episode. You can read the full interview by clicking here, but what follows is Bell‘s words on the Cellist and Blackout:
EW: Can I just say how excited I am that we’re finally seeing the cellist?
Bell: It’s so funny how one line in a movie…it tells you the power of Clark, and the power of the character, that there’s that one line and suddenly it’s who is this person? And what is this person? And when are we going to see this person? And we talked about it a number of times over the season, and we had different versions and different ideas how to get there. But when the Fridge was emptied, suddenly we had a real legitimate reason to go there and bring him back. At a time when he’s at his most vulnerable, it seemed to be a good choice for us.
EW: Given what’s depicted in the art here, can you tease a little bit about how Blackout fits into the episode?
Bell: He’s the antagonist, in the same way we’ve used other Marvel characters as antagonists in the episodes. At the same time, we’re dealing with the fall-out of what happened with S.H.I.E.L.D., and the viewers finding out about Ward and what’s going on over there, so there’s a lot going on.
The official Facebook account for the show posted a clip featuring Patton Oswalt‘s Agent Koenig putting Coulson and company up against THE lie detector to end all lie detectors. Will Agent Ward be found out? We’ll find out this Tuesday. What do you think?
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