A measly total of four key visuals still remain as the K-Project has reached its 96th entry – an image which finally gives some attention, albeit only slight, towards the hooded fireblazing crew member of Homra.
This latest key visual is the sort that has been long necessary, the kind which builds hypes, and one which also simultaneously manages to propel a whole stack of characters forward in development. The Homra crew look to be loitering within some kind of dreary interior – perhaps a subway or simply a business packed urban district of town. In one sense, one could say this scene is rather stereotypical – yet that one is actually able to grasp such a feel is already fantastic in itself as it shows how well-assembled this sight is.
Street punks messing around within a ragtag building complex – the concept is excellent as it’s surprisingly rarely seen, yet more than that, it’s so tastefully presented here. The characters have meaning, the scene is aesthetically pleasing, we’re seeing a portion of the crowd who make the roster of this series as they freely engage in off-duty activities – a showing of personality no less than marvelous.
The implications being relayed to use visually are of an astounding intricacy – the skateboarder looks to be leading the show, all the while, his heavyset friend is looking on in a supportive acceptance, as are the surrounding side-characters. Notice also the attention to the minute, the jacketed fellow is standing in front of his comrades, although he’s behind the skateboarder – a clear cascading indicator of the roles of importance. Incidentally, the fact that the jacket of hefty character is a similar hue to the top of the skateboarder also shows a bond between the two.
There’s many curious or downright fascinating aspects of the K-Project, yet these two characters of the Homra crew are certainly a bit more captivating than the rest – specifically since as they stand out from all else, being distinctly different, and with very evident determination and persona.