Looking at the K-Project’s latest three key visuals, it’s merely more imagery capable of inciting sighs and depression – scenes which seem irrelevant in how obscure they appear, and how little information they offer.
Above, it’s megane – this one being the fellow who isn’t always in an awful mood. Yet although this character isn’t the grumpy variant of spectacle equipped male, usually having a smirk instead, this illustration still displays an odd instance in which he’s not confidently grinning as is the norm. Something appears to have caught his attention – though of course, that is a matter which will remain unknown till the anime arrives, assuming it’s even explored then.
Below, the first image shows the white-haired kid standing amongst a crowd of the city – the typical pedestrian populace which hoard the streets of any major town. The kid appears lost, albeit in more ways than one – it seems as though his mind is captured elsewhere, yet that being said, perhaps he’s actually looking at someone or something specifically. This view we see may be the first person of that of another entity or item – in which case, it, or they, is likely to be quite critical to the series.
Further below, there is the long-haired protagonist character with what looks to be a cellphone or some other sort of radio communication device. It’s unknown how popular this peculiar individual is – meaning one can’t be sure how many companions he has on speed dial. And similarly, it’s unclear where precisely it is he is standing aside from outside somewhere in the city.
Ambiguous as ever indeed is the K-Project – and as one should know by now, the standard procedure, waiting ensues.