Plot? What plot? Who needs plot when you can have eyegasmically sexy visuals? No plot is needed! Lynch the naysayers!
I'm just going to get this out of my way first and foremost. I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I first decided to watch K. Not only did I have no idea what the story was going to be about, even after watching the PVs, I didn't expect the visuals in all its splendor and grandeur to be this visually eye-popping. Never has there been a show with this level of dynamically engaging animation, as far as I'm aware. Most of that can be accredited to fluid CGI, which is a welcome addition to anime of late. It's quite difficult not to go into a complete over-excitedly rant about how great the scenes are, with all of its artistic flair and intricate details, it's all simply impressively amazing. It's a complete realistic cinematic experience that really immerses the viewers in all of the action.
As far as the characters go, the introduction introduced to us several individuals who are working together to eliminate an evil king. It's not clear why this king is evil, nor is it clear why he should be killed. All we know is he shot someone, and somehow all these groups of characters engage in some kind of fight which is just as visually appealing as every other scene in this show. There's really no way to effectively describe the plot in this show, because there simply isn't one at this moment. It could be that this was the purpose of the introduction in this show, to grab the viewer's attention and then introduce the grand plot scheme in the later episodes, but everything right now is overshadowed by the orgasmically enticing divine visuals which I just cannot stop commenting on. All in all, it's too early to tell if this show will be worth watching, but for now, do your eyes and mind a favour and watch the show.
Possibility of watching: 5/5
Possibility of blogging: 3/5
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