The first posters for Season 2 of HBO’s “True Detective” have arrived. Despite not showing any of the principal cast, the eerie motion images give fans everything they need to set the stage for the June 21 premiere.

As it did with the first trailer, the new posters dropped with almost no fanfare from HBO. Both went up on Wednesday via the show's official Twitter page. The first shows the area below a California highway overpass. The lighting shifts constantly as some kind of fire rages in the background.

The second poster shows a more fantastical image of a tangled web of highways with tiny cars constantly moving along each road. The theme seems to have something to do with the plot of the new season, which Yahoo Movies notes might involve corruption surrounding California’s transportation infrastructure.

What both images share are the words “We get the world we deserve” scrawled across each one. The words don’t mean much without seeing the rest of the season, but hey, “Time is a flat circle” was gibberish out of context as well. The words do hint that fans can expect to see a lot of philosophical pontification on the darker aspects of life – similar to the tone Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) set in Season 1.

The lack of any actors in the poster isn’t too much of a blow given that they come a little less than two weeks after the first trailer for Season 2 dropped online. The trailer, which surprised everyone when it hit the web unannounced, featured the first look at principal cast members Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch, Rachel McAdams and Vince Vaughn. According to CinemaBlend, Farrell, Kitsch and McAdams will play seasoned officers working in various departments in the state. A murder brings them together and entangles them with a career criminal, likely played by Vaughn.

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