Hayley Atwell and James D’Arcy will be among the panel members from the “Agent Carter” TV series at the San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel announced. They will be joined by the cast members of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

Marvel announced on its official website Atwell [Peggy Carter] and D’Arcy [Edwin Jarvis] will be joined by executive producers Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas, Chris Dingess, Louis D’Esposito and Jeph Loeb at the San Diego Com-Con. The team will be present at the cast signing event beginning at 10 a.m. July 11 at booth No. 2329.

The cast members from “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” who are to attend include Clark Gregg [Phil Coulson,] Ming-Na Wen [Melinda May,] Chloe Bennet [Skye,] Brett Dalton [Grant Ward,] Iain De Caestecker [Leo Fitz], Elizabeth Henstridge [Jemma Simmons,] Nick Blood[Lance Hunter,] Adrianne Palicki [Bobbi Morse,] Henry Simmons [Alphonso Meckenzie] and Luke Mitchell [Lincoln Campbell]. They are to be joined by executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon and Loeb, the head of Marvel Television. Loeb will be providing the audience with “exclusive news and surprises” at the event. There will also be a panel discussion with the teams from both Marvel TV shows at Ballroom 20 July 10.

Marvel had previously said on its website that Peggy will have to travel to Los Angeles in “Agent Carter” Season 2 in her fight against “new atomic age threats in the wake of World War II.” Her new mission is said to be her “most dangerous assignment yet.” The report said Peggy will make new friends and find a new home in Los Angeles and also teases there may be some romance involved.

The plot of the next season is said to focus on the “bright lights of the post-war Hollywood,” which masks “a more sinister threat to everyone.” The premiere episode of the Season 2 is expected to air in early 2016.

DigitalSpy reported Season 2 will have 10 episodes, compared with eight the first season. Atwell said her character will be warmer and funnier in “Agent Carter” Season 2, which will show the “very glamorous, dark world of 1940s Los Angeles.”