Arriving at its 30th key visual, the K-Project shares another scene of setting – and admittedly, one highly interesting as it looks like a lounge expected to be found within the headquarters of a major corporation.
With the atmosphere presented by this sight, one shouldn’t struggle to realize that more than likely, this is the lobby of the prison which is operated by the blue crew – a fittingly elegant and spacious room to coincide with the intricate exterior of the less than eloquent place. Assuming this is indeed part of the prison, or even if it’s not, a substantial point of contemplation arises in that one has to question why the prison is as fancied up as we’ve seen.
As the prison has been looking rather extravagant, that makes the feeling it emanates far more eerie as such is certainly not “normal”. With the prison looking out of the ordinary, that implies that it’s no typical place of incarceration – which could then subsequently mean quite a bit.
Unless the blue crew are some sort of government organization, it would mean their prison is privately run – and as result, the guess goes to anyone as to what they do with their inmates. Additionally, it could be possible that the prison is lively on the outside, and within the welcoming area, in order to deceive any unwanted pests from storming in on an illegal operation.
If that were actuality, it would further raise interest as to what would inspire someone to go through all the trouble to merely dictate whether a few fireblazers can be amongst regular society – yet that’s simply speculation, and only another reason one must await the anime’s debut.