Bye Bye, Earth Gets New Teaser Trailer, July 12 Premiere Date

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The upcoming Bye Bye, Earth anime adaptation has received a second teaser trailer, which previews multiple members of the cast, and a premiere date of July 12.

The cast member list has also expanded to include Miyuki Sawashiro, Kenjiro Tsuda, and Setsuji Sato.

Bye Bye, Earth is based on a 2000 fantasy novel written by Tow Ubukata and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano. The story follows Belle, a solitary girl who lacks the traits of any race. Belle leaves her master’s side equipped with a special sword and takes on trials in order to become a traveler. 

KADOKAWA Shoten published the book in two parts in tankoubon format. The novel was republished from 2007 to 2008 under the KADOKAWA Bunko label with four volumes and illustrations by Kim Hyung Tae. A Shonengahosha-published manga adaptation by Ryu Asahi began in 2020 and ended in 2022.

Crunchyroll has said that it will stream the anime in “more than 200 countries and territories.”


Staff

• Director: Yasuto Nishikata (Hortensia Saga
• Assistant director: Souta Yokote (Insomniacs After School Episode 10 storyboard artist and director)
• Series composer: Hiroyuki Yoshino (Mai-HimeMagi)
• Character designer: Yuki Hino 
• Music composer: Kevin Penkin (Made in AbyssThe Rising of the Shield Hero)

• Animation production: LIDENFILMS

Cast

• Fairouz Ai as Belle Lablac
Koki Uchiyama as Question=Adonis
• Junichi Suwabe as Loveluck-Cyan
Natsuki Hanae as Kitty=The All
• Satoshi Hino as Shandy=Gaff
• Saori Hayami as Cherry
• Junya Enoki as Guinness
• Ami Koshimizu as Benedictine


Sources: @BBE_animePR, Comic Natalie

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