The second season of “Dr. Stone,” a Japanese animated series, ended in March, and the final arc has just begun. Based on the same-titled Japanese manga series, TMS Entertainment premiered the series in July 2019.
Senku Ishigami, a brilliant young scientist, wants to bring society back to life after being frozen for 3,700 years due to an unknown cause.
The anime series was broadcast on Toonami and several other channels, including BS 11, KBS, MX, SUN, and TBC. Dr. Stone has a significant fan base due to its intriguing futuristic premise, and the manga anime series’ third season premiere generated quite a commotion.
‘Dr. Stone’ returned for a second season in early 2021 after a two-year hiatus. According to Gizmo Story, a third season of the Japanese anime series is expected in the summer of 2022.
Dr. Stone season 3 has also received an official teaser trailer. It follows then that fans will be treated to a glimpse into the series’ seafaring exploits in the forthcoming season.
Season 3 of “Dr. Stone” has yet to be officially announced. Even so, with the teaser already out, the official release is only a matter of time.
There will be no significant changes to the cast of characters from “Dr. Stone,” except for a few minor ones. There will be two main actors in the Japanese adaptation, voicing Senku and Taiju, respectively. Senku will be played by Aaron Dismuke in the English dub, while Ricco Fajardo will play Taiju.
The other characters in the English dub will be portrayed by Felecia Angelle, Brandon McInnis, and Brittany Lauda. Ayumu Murase, Gen Sato, and Manami Numakura will all star in the Japanese adaption. Introducing new characters and voice performers have not been confirmed as of yet.
According to Alpha News Call, “Dr. Stone” season 3 will be based on the manga series’ chapter Age of Exploration. In pursuit of answers to the civilization’s curse, Senku and his comrades set sail towards the world’s oceans on an adventure of a lifetime. It will be revealed in Season 3 if they are successful in saving humanity.
The series’ central mystery revolves around Senku’s discovery that someone on the moon he has dubbed the “Why-Man” was the source of the petrification. It’s been clear to everyone that this enigma is getting closer and closer to an answer every day.
This week’s release of Chapter 212 of the series heralds the start of the series’ final arc. The “Final Part: Stone to Space” angle has Senku and the rest of the world preparing to make a space mission to meet the Why-Man on the moon and learn why they were petrified in the first place.
When the chosen three set out on their historic mission, the final mystery of the series will be revealed in due course.
On October 3rd, the show will go on hiatus. No new chapter will be made available until Inagaki and Boichi have finished their research. So the series’ climactic arc returns to its original path on October 10th with Chapter 213.
As fans have seen throughout the last few angles, Senku and the others have traveled the world to gather the resources and labor force needed for such a vast project.