If there's one thing fans remember 'Glee' for other than the music, it's a distinct visual style of bright colors, and the sensation of having slushies thrown in our faces.  So while we slowly unveil more glimpses of 'Glee's landmark new season, we expect some things to at least stay the same.  And what would 'Glee' season 4 be, without colorful new posters, and forehead "L"s?

In advance of its September 13 premiere, 'Glee' season 4 has unveiled its official key art and posters, providing us with our first looks at certain new characters, as well as Rachel Berry's big-city life.  Kate Hudson's Cassandra July will definitely play the role of Rachel's new tormentor, seen in the poster to be the one placing the iconic "L" over her Statue of Liberty-adorned forehead.

Meanwhile, the main cast poster offers some telling clues for who we might see of the new season and where, even though a few characters known to be returning are curiously absent.  Though Ryan Murphy himself pointed out that Dianna Agron's Quinn Fabray would still be a part of the new season, the new poster lacks Quinn, Emma Pillsbury, Joe, Sugar, or even Coach Beiste!  Still, the "New Directions" signpost gives a pretty clear indication of what characters are headed where.

In addition, the poster also gives us our first look at new 'Glee' stars Melissa Benoist and Becca Tobin, along with Dean Geyer and Jacob Artist.  Dean Geyer will portray a new love interest for Rachel in New York, while Artist will take the role of Puck's younger half-brother Jake.

Check out the posters below, and tell us what you're most excited to see from 'Glee' season 4 in the comments beneath!