Bocchi the Rock! Compilation Movie Releases Main Trailer, Key Visual


A main trailer and key visual have been released for the upcoming two-part Bocchi the Rock! compilation movie.

The start dates for the two parts were also revealed. Part 1, Bocchi the Rock! Re:, will premiere in Japan on June 7. The second part, Bocchi the Rock! Re:Re:, begins on August 9.

The Bocchi the Rock! TV series began airing in October 2022 and ended with 12 episodes. The show, based on the Houbunsha-published 4-koma manga by Aki Hamazi, follows the anxiety-ridden Hitori “Bocchi” Gotoh, who becomes a skilled guitar player but remains socially awkward. Hitori’s life starts to change when she is invited to join a band led by the cheerful Nijika Ichiji. 

Bocchi the Rock! Re: will have an opening sequence with new footage, set to the Kessoku Band-performed song “Tsukinami ni Kagayake.” 

The manga began serialization in Manga Time Kirara MAX in 2018 and has six tankoubon volumes as of August 2023. A spin-off about alcoholic supporting character Kikuri Hiroi began serialization in July 2023. Yen Press publishes the main series in English.



• Director: Keiichiro Saitou (Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End, ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. – Regards co-director, Sonny Boy episode director et al.)
• Series composer and scriptwriter: Erika Yoshida (ArtiswitchTower of God)
• Assistant director: Yuusuke Yamamoto (OSHI NO KO opening director. My Senpai is Annoying ending director) 
• Live performance director: Yuusuke Kawakami (Wonder Egg Priority action director)
• Music composer: Tomoki Kikuya (Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World)
• Animation production company: CloverWorks


• Yoshino Aoyama as Hitori
• Sayumi Suzushiro as Nijika
• Saku Mizuno as Ryo Yamada
• Ikumi Hasegawa as Ikuyo Kita

Source: @BTR_anime

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