Optical media cover artwork for all seven of such volumes of the K-Project have been unveiled alongside their release dates – however, the particularly noteworthy aspect is how this information structures the story.
There’s apparently seven volumes of the K-Project to be released for both Blu-ray and DVD respectively – and these seven volumes may contain perhaps two to three episodes each. The exact number isn’t particularly important for our purposes – although the relevant aspect is that each volume will have a handful of episodes. Now, also recognize that each volume is clad with a different set of characters from the vast collective – a logical insinuation to make is that those few episodes a volume are likely centered around whomever is featured on its cover.
Assuming that is the case, then one can grasp the tale of this series quite easily – it seems the blue crew two are introduced, and then Neko becomes an accented part of the story as well, somehow going from an animal to a bishoujo. After that, the the fireblazers of Homra are made acquaintance, followed by the higher ranking blue crew members – at which point, it seems they envelop in conflict, as per volume cover six, and then the joyous running scene printed on the face of the final volume implies a favorable ending for Neko and friends.
Certain characters are found several times throughout these seven illustrations – and their recurring presence of course implies more substance to their person. If all the aforementioned is correct, it means all which remains is to fill in the blanks – the details unknown regarding each event. For instance, one would want to know how hostility comes between the blue crew and the fireblazers – or why the series focuses around the white-haired kid, and his long-haired comrade, to begin with. What happens which makes their lives so interesting?
Whilst the answer remains unknown for the time being – recalling the many key visuals released up till now, it’s not difficult to presume that there’s bound to be something explosive both literally and metaphorically driving the series forward.
As a final side-note, it’s fairly fascinating how the assorted visuals and videos of the K-Project all speak so significantly of what it might entail, especially these seemingly sequential cover artworks.