Hopefully, the series isn’t as unspectacular as this upon debut – the K-Project’s final key visual shows us a character seen every other image, and in a manner making a great example of the term “lackluster”.
Of all these key visuals, there is a fraction which truly struck as fantastic – making an all-around exhibit of fine artwork, intricate situations, and unique circumstances. Following that top tier, just a bit less than half of the key visuals weren’t too fascinating to glare at – however, they did carry enough implication that one could develop some interesting theories about the story and characters of the K-Project, if nothing else.
Lastly, the predominance of the frames were akin to all of these included here – merely a repeat of something already seen, holding little worth, if any, and failing to be engaging upon first glance, nor any subsequent glances for that matter. Individually, there isn’t anything to speak against – it’s not necessarily that these frames appear poor in craft in any way, although now that it’s over, one can effectively say that this wasn’t too brilliant a marketing campaign.
With that concluded however, it means the K-Project has only days till its premiere – and from all it has shown till now, as likely mentioned in the past, it feels as if the series will either amount to a grand success, or something simply catastrophic.
Of course, preference would fall towards the former.