I am sorry to say this, but this was just disappointing. It was not exciting at all and the sight of watching the Silver King ‘fight’ nearly forced me to stop watching out of pure disappointment. K-project honestly deserves better.
The final ‘battle’ was finally upon us and it would seem as though Neko was far stronger and far more useful that the Silver King when taking down the Green King. And yeah, obviously they would win, and obviously the Green King would end up dying if the slates were to be destroyed, but come on… Why do it like this?
I’ll admit that I didn’t see that pointless scene coming where the Silver King reappeared at the end in his own body because he could no longer stay inside that other body now that the slates had been destroyed. It is a little confusing. I think the best part of this ending was seeing Neko’s panties during the fight. Oh well…Read More
I’ll admit that I didn’t see this twist coming. Does that make up for everything? Not at all. This season is by no means better than the first one. This season lacked the impact that the first season had. That’s my opinion anyway.
What bothers me most is that Shiro-kun, the Silver King, still hasn’t shown us anything. We don’t know what he’s capable because we’ve never seem him fight seriously. The most he’s ever done is defend himself and his allies from a few attacks. I am truly bothered by that. I did not expect him to be all-powerful because he’s the Silver King, but I thought I could at least expect something…
As for that Blue King; I’m still not impressed. The former Red King was much, much better. At this point that Green King might actually be the best one. He has a goal and the ambition to see it through. The others are just going with the flow and do their best to uphold their own sense of justice. I almost feel like rooting for the Green King.Read More
So this season is already coming to an end and I think I’ve waited long enough to say that I think that the first season was quite a bit better than this one. There was too much talk and stalling during this season.
Let’s take the first half of this episode; it was all talk. It was something that could’ve been covered in two minutes. The actual fight hasn’t even started yet. They took one episode and all that’s basically happened is Munakata and his crew showing up. That’s all. I’m sure I’ll get a lot of criticism for saying all this, but even die-hard fans cannot deny it.
To sum it all up; we will have an all-out battle next week, if all goes well and if they stop talking so damn much, between that Grey King and the Blue King and quite possibly also the Silver King and the Red King. Not to mention the Green King, whom supposedly can use his powers without a time limit now.Read More
Is it just me or have things become a bit dull? I used to love watching this season of K-Project and now it’s starting to seem like a waste of time. What happened to the story that made me jump through the roof due to a surge of happiness?
This episode, once again, was literally all talk. That’s all they did. Talk, talk and then talk a bit more. Like I really wanted to spend twenty minutes watching that annoying Blue King go on and on about his problems. He is running away because he failed miserably and now he’s looking for a shoulder to cry on? Please. He screwed up and now it’s time to man up. Pass the torch onto someone else if you must.
I can only hope that this’ll be the last of those talk-only episodes. It’d be fine if we learned something useful, something interesting. But no… That doesn’t seem to be in the cards for now. All we can do is hope that things will pick up now that the slates seem to be getting the job done. I expect an epic battle or I’ll be truly disappointed.Read More
So the cat is out of the bag, huh? I must admit that it was extremely predictable and yet pretty interesting, but my lack of time forces me to keep it simple once again. I can’t wait for these busy 2 months to be over and done with.
So Saruhiko decided to leave the blue’s and join the green’s. He now went from the red’s to the blue’s to the green’s. What’s next? Is he going to leave them to join Yashiro? Or maybe that old Grey King? I definitely wouldn’t put it past him. Nor will I fool myself by asuming that he only joined the Green King in order to learn more about their operation as an inside spy for the blue’s.
I must admit that I’m quite intruiged by how Seri reacted to his change of heart. I hadn’t realized that he had become that important to the blue’s and that she had some kind of interest in him. I thought that Izumo had more of a chance even though they only didn’t seem to be anything more than friends. Seeing that guy become a “J-Rank” member so quickly is kind of annoying.Read More