Making for the three latest K-Project key visuals, two are simply recycled re-releases – and the third is merely a half-decent assembly of graphics based around the relatively intriguing bishoujo blue crew leader.
Forgetting the two below as there’s nothing worthwhile to say of them, the image above is not particularly aesthetic as a whole – however, at least it avoids utilizing a rehashed background scene, although then again, we’ve already seen this blue gradient backdrop several times now. Unlike the other blue gradient images, this one features the character without an expression of anger or disgust – rather, she looks distracted.
She’s had that exact appearance of being caught in thought over something for as long as any can remember – with the generic question stemming from it still remaining the same. One will more than likely be wondering why it is she looks as she does, what is it which steals her attention away – although nothing to answer that has come of yet.
On another note, for both the K-Project’s best interest, and the viewers’ alike, one must hope the first episode upon debut will ideally prove outright explosive, extraordinary, and astonishing – as it will certainly take much to captivate after the series built a mountain of hype, only to then single-handedly destroy it itself by means of the most bland, dry, and uncreative key visuals ever seen.
The series airs in the fall – and if it ends up a disaster, one shouldn’t be surprised as “K” does come after “G”.