Meet the Guitarist in New Character PV for BOCCHI THE ROCK! TV Anime
Crunchyroll will be simulcasting the series from October 8
BOCCHI THE ROCK! continues to play all the right notes ahead of the music anime's premiere on October 8, today releasing a fourth and final character trailer previewing guitarist Ikuyo Kita and her voice actress Ikumi Hasegawa (Desumi in Love After World Domination).
Ikuyo Kita Character PV
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Based on the manga by Aki Hamaji, BOCCHI THE ROCK! is directed by Keiichiro Saito (Sonny Boy key animator) and assistant-directed by Yusuke Yamamoto (WONDER EGG PRIORITY key animator) at studio CloverWorks, with series composition by Erika Yoshida (Tower of God), character designs by Kerorira (WONDER EGG PRIORITY animation director) and music by Tomoki Kikuya (BLEND-S).
Crunchyroll will be simulcasting the series after its premiere on October 8, describing the story as such:
Hitori Gotoh, “Bocchi-chan,” is a girl who’s so introverted and shy around people that she’d always start her conversations with “Ah...” During her middle school years, she started playing the guitar, wanting to join a band because she thought it could be an opportunity for even someone shy like her to also shine. But because she had no friends, she ended up practicing guitar for six hours every day all by herself. After becoming a skilled guitar player, she uploaded videos of herself playing the guitar to the internet under the name “Guitar Hero” and fantasized about performing at her school’s cultural festival concert. But not only could she not find any bandmates, before she knew it, she was in high school and still wasn’t able to make a single friend! She was really close to becoming a shut-in, but one day, Nijika Ijichi, the drummer in Kessoku Band, reached out to her. And because of that, her everyday life started to change little by little...
Source: Official Twitter
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