After an unfortunate interruption, the K-Project has now continued with its route of key visual releases to a hundred – and in fact, the series has kindly made up for the missed days, providing several to enjoy.
Two prominent facets to note with this trio of illustrations is first that there’s apparently a pair of different megane equipped blue militia uniform clad characters – and now secondly, take notice of the setting behind them. In the artwork above, it’s not entirely clear what that lighting arrangement could be – yet if one looks in the other portrait of the second megane character below, one should be able to figure it out with ease.
It’s a room packed with computers and other devices, with monitors from floor to ceiling – seemingly looking like the base of operations for these men of blue. Also take notice to the left of “Fushimi Saruhiko” – a few members of the blue militia crew are visible using computers, confirming that, indeed, this is some sort of mission control for them.
This place is likely the prison seen earlier, as is implied by the few fancier portions amongst the technology – and thus, this says that apparently, the blue militia unit either serves as an authority of the city officially, or they simply put themselves in that position. They could perhaps be acting as vigilantes in search of very specific types of individuals – such as all of those with the capabilities of playing with fire and space as one should have seen in the latest PV.
Now with that all realized, it’s further worth taking into account the expressions worn by each individual as well – the megane above appears quite concentrated and affixed on something mentally, although whatever it is, his lack of smiles and whatnot makes it out to be a harsh subject. As for the megane below, he’s plain irritated – yet despite looking furious, it seems as if he’s still applying some sort of restraint, as if he’s attempting to merely accept it even though it makes him enraged, whatever it is.
And to no surprise, the series only feels ever more shadowy now – yet at least it does indeed seem as if something is coming together, particularly with the relation between the blue crew and the prison.