CBS has provided TVLine with the look at the key art it’ll be using at San Diego Comic-Con for its summer smash “Under the Dome,” and it’s inspired by the most indelible (and crazy-gory) image from the show’s premiere.
The poster reimagines — in a simple, graphic black sketch set against a blood-red background — the cow that got severed during the appearance of a mysterious dome over Chester’s Mill, explains the site.
“Under the Dome‘s” Comic-Con panel, which will feature cast members Dean Norris, Mike Vogel and Rachelle Lefevre, plus executive producers Neal Baer and Brian K. Vaughan, is slated for Sunday at 2:15pm in Room 6BCF, with an autograph signing at the CBS interactive booth #4245 starting at 3:30pm.
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