As it so seems, the K-Project has settled on the idea of showing characters with angry faces – although this 38th key visual keeps the repetitious formula innovative by giving it a twist of irritation and disgust.
Above, it’s a character whose megane one should be all too familiar with – and there’s nothing particularly striking about this illustration either, save for the fact that the fellow makes a face of an annoyed state, with a hint of distaste. Even then however, for the skateboard extraordinaire, his furious appearance was one vastly differing from his usual appearance – thereby making it of great interest. On the other hand, this fellow always seems upset.
That in mind however, one aspect to consider is the reasoning behind why this fellow is always so glum – what exactly is infuriating him so much that he can hardly spend a minute smiling, or even keeping a face of indifference if nothing else. Of course, the answer is unknown for now – however, one would want to keep in mind the possibilities to stem from one’s sentiments, or more simply, perhaps this character may be loosely violent against others as can be insinuated based on his feelings.
It may also be that he’s not insane, yet his actions will be the main driving force against the blue crew’s believed enemy, the fireblazers – and putting such in perspective, assume the entire battle of blue crew versus fireblazer is no more than a misunderstanding, or needless in some other way. With a hotheaded individual propelling the war effort in front, and the fireblazers likely having their own, it’ll be a pointlessly brutal fight.
Surely, what can be better than senseless violence?