Entertainment Weekly has just unveiled the latest piece of art for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and it is safe to say it is the best one yet. This week’s poster puts Bobbi Morse, a.k.a. Mockingbird, front and center!

Along with the art reveal, Entertainment Weekly posted a short interview with Jeff Bell, an Executive Producer on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I’ve posted bits of the interview below.

Bobbi is someone who has a lot of layers, and they’re starting to get pulled back in terms of who she’s loyal to, who she works with, and what her feelings are. To me, the colors in this poster represent a lot of those complicated layers that might not be visible on the surface.

Looking at you taking the metaphor and making it better! Yes, 100 percent. And also, in printing, these are process colors: magenta, cyan, black and yellow. Those are the basics of all four-color printing. And the fact they sort of embraced the basics like that, kept the basics there and then threw overlaying and complications and made it so much more than that, I think also speaks to the character—me riffing off your lovely reading of it.

I personally love that we’re spotlighting Bobbi in this art. She’s quickly become a favorite, and I’m excited to see her history explored a little more.

Me too. And I think it’s a great spotlight for her. We’re finally explaining “oh, this is why Bobbi and Mack feel the way they do about this whole thing.” I think we really earn their story. It shows you what they’ve been going through is well-earned, and that will all be revealed next week.

And I love the inclusion of the new S.H.I.E.L.D. logo at the bottom. “The real S.H.I.E.L.D.”

It was actually fun for us to come up with. We talked to Marvel and they said, “these guys should have their own!” And so it’s a throwback to the shape of Cap’s original—the old S.H.I.E.L.D. shape—and there are 3 stars on it. So rebuilding that was a lot of fun, and it was a lot of fun to work with the in-house art design department on that.

You will be able to purchase a poster of the above artwork tomorrow by heading over here. It’ll cost you $49.99 plus taxes and shipping & handling.

Source: Entertainment Weekly.