In the K-Project’s latest two key visuals, the leading three are given some focus, as if we’ve not seen enough of them already – although thankfully, aside from those two, we receive a pair of unorthodox new characters.
Above is the usual neko-hugging, and immediately below is the feminine protagonist fellow seemingly dressed for training of the blade. Whilst everyone else seems over the top in terms of power and capability, it’s quite interesting that the leading three in the K-Project seem to be those lower on the scale of strength, skill, or ability, if not all three. The relationship this small crew shares will certainly be interesting when the series comes to debut.
Now more relevant for the time being, a pair of two characters have been introduced – both of whom are particularly captivating in that they’re not clad in either color of association, red or blue. They appear neutral, or rather, on their own team at least – and they also seem both powerful and confident.
As a side-note, it’s difficult not to notice that their looks are more reminiscent to something expected of characters from fighting games, rather than any anime series – and that’s specifically in that anime males are all so frail and incompetent as of late. The contrast prevalent here is certainly much welcomed – and some heavy hitting male characters are definitely a necessity of action series.
Lastly, a few may appreciate the sight of the K-Project’s “White and Black” cover artwork, printed on a rather sizable slice of paper shaped into a capital letter “K” – available as the final image below.
And with that, around 22 days or so remain till launch.