K Project #1755414

Entry by IȻhigo Kurosaki on Fri Aug 8 01:00:43 2014.

Tags: Anime, Suzuki Shingo, GoHands, K Project, Yata Misaki, Fushimi Saruhiko, Munakata Reisi, Suoh Mikoto, Official Art, Scan

Suzuki Shingo, GoHands, K Project, Yata Misaki, Fushimi Saruhiko, Munakata Reisi, Suoh Mikoto, Official Art, Scan

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    MikoRei/SaruMi pictures are my favourite ones. So many hints in a single picture.... Fushimi and Yata are wearing the same necklace while Suoh (who's behind the gate because he's dead) and Munakata are both smoking, a clear sign of mutual connection between these characters.

    ps: thank you for the better quality version.

  • sariyanna

    Feb 21, 2015

    You're right. :)

  • Ashen

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    May 17, 2015

    @Sāκαšυ иø נøō: Fantastic observations! To add to that, I would point out that Munakata is wearing jewelry (the three bracelets)--something atypical for him--while Mikoto is wearing none, something very uncharacteristic of him. (If you want to get really metaphorical about it, you could argue Munakata is symbolically "taking from the other" or rather he's "taking on" the burdens and bonds Mikoto left behind.) ;_; Oh, now I've depressed myself...

    Meanwhile, both Yata and Fushimi are gesturing with their right arms, something that wouldn't normally be significant if not for the fact that Yata is making a somewhat protective gesture over his collarbone--where his HOMRA tattoo (the symbol of his clan and bonds with everyone) resides, whereas Fushimi used his right hand to mar his own HOMRA tattoo in an attempt to sever his ties to his old clan. What's interesting, also, is that Yata's and Fushimi's tattoos are in the same place; K: Memories of Red showed us that HOMRA members have their ink in any number of places on their bodies. So why do these two have them in the same spot?

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