A visage of rage – for key visual 68, the K-Project once again makes display of something certainly most fascinating as the skateboarding protagonist is in a state of anger, somewhat differing from his usual mood.
Most frequently, this fellow is seen in a state of indifference, although not necessarily one of complete apathy – rather, he always looks quite determined, yet for what purpose, that remains unclear. It’s known that he learned something from the leader of the fireblazers, a leather jacketed man by the name “Mikoto” from the faction known as “Homra” – and the significance in that is our skateboarder here seems to feel rather indebted and admiring of this Mikoto.
As a member of a gang with such a mentality towards its foremost member – this of course means our skateboarder is quite intent and enthusiastic about serving his leader.
Now of course, such explains the fellow’s common attitude of conviction – although it does nothing towards telling us why he’s in a fit as seen here, or rather, nothing beyond giving a hint. A fair assumption would be to say that perhaps our skateboarder has encountered a blue crew member. That would certainly be a possibility – yet one all to simple. In either case however, a deeper point of contemplation would be to consider just what sort of sentiment could lead to this anger, what is it which evokes spite within our skateboarder?
Like with essentially any other aspect of the K-Project, for the time being, that is no more than a mystery waiting to be unraveled – or perhaps better stated, a detail waiting to be discovered.