Dr. Stone - the anime will continue, but how?

Dr. Stone - the anime will continue, but how?

Dr. Stone - the anime will continue

Season 2 of the Dr. Stone anime ended on March 25th and the official youtube channel of Toho Animation wasted no time and announced the continuation of the anime with a teaser!

But how will Dr. Stone continue?

Dr. Stone: third season or film?

The teaser, which you will find shortly, in fact does not specify whether the continuation of the anime will be a Season 3 or an animated film.

The second hypothesis should not be discarded following the wake of what happened first with Demon Slayer, whose success in the cinema was exceptional, and then with Black Clover, whose feature film was recently announced with the end of the anime after 170 episodes.

Also noteworthy is how Dr. Stone's anime has gone from 24 episodes of Season 1 to us of Season 2.

Finally, here you are the teaser:

Dr. Stone - anime and manga

Dr. Stone is based on the manga of the same name written by Riichiro Inagaki (Eyeshield 21) and illustrated by Boichi (Sun Ken Rock). In Japan Dr. Stone has been published by Shueisha on the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since March 2017 and currently has 16 volumes; in Italy is underway for Edizioni Star Comics with 14 volumes released so far.

Here is a brief synopsis:

Several thousand years after a mysterious phenomenon that has turned all humanity into stone, Senku Ishigami, an extraordinarily intelligent and science-loving boy, awakens. Faced with a world of stone and the total collapse of civilization, Senku decides to use science to rebuild the world. Starting with his very strong childhood friend Taiju Oki, who woke up at the same time, they will begin to rebuild civilization from nothing ... An extraordinary adventure is about to begin through two million years of scientific history from the Stone Age to the present day!

On October 28th Shueisha published the manga spin-off inspired by the manga titled Dr. Stone reboot: Byakuya ending with 9 chapters total. The manga was written and drawn by Boichi and the screenwriter Inagaki took care of supervising the dialogues and the reactions of the characters. The story of the spin-off told the story of the father of the protagonist Senku, Byakuya Ishigami.

The first two seasons of the anime were broadcast in simulcast, in the original language with subtitles, by Crunchyroll in Italy.

Start reading Dr. Stone from Volume 1 published by Edizioni Star Comics.

The Dr. Stone anime is getting a sequel

a statue of a person © Image: Toho Animation

Dr. Stone is coming back for another adventure, and this time the crew is heading to the high seas. Shortly after the finale of Dr. Stone: The Stone Wars, the second season of the anime, Toho Animation released a trailer for a sequel that seems to cover the Age of Exploration arc from the manga.

The trailer shows off Senku and the rest of the Kingdom of Science as they hop aboard a boat and sail toward an unknown land. The trailer doesn’t give away too much, but it does give us a glimpse of some of the series’ regular characters all decked out in pirate outfits that look like they came straight out of One Piece.

The trailer also ends on a somewhat mysterious note as the camera pans to a person frozen in stone, who’s most likely one of fan-favorite characters from the manga.

One thing we don’t know yet about this new sequel is what form it will take. While it might just be a third season of the anime, it’s also possible that Toho could turn this story arc into a feature-length film as well. Another thing we don’t know yet is when this might be released. The second season of the anime was released about a year after the first, but there’s no official word yet on when this mysterious sequel will arrive.

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