With the release of “Dr Stone,” Season 3, dubbed “New World,” fans can look forward to the return of series regulars Senku, Ryuusui, Chrome, and the rest of the crew. Season 3 of “Dr Stone” is set to continue from where the anime special Dr Stone: Ryuusui left off, a full hour of action. Fans are in for more action as Ryuusui, Senku, and Chrome flew to the town of Ishigami in their newly invented hot-air balloon. Together, the three overcame insurmountable difficulties and established a new benchmark. Ryuusui’s presence in the town, along with his tales of wealth and sailing prowess, would undoubtedly awe the locals of his day.
The new season will adapt the remaining ten chapters of the Age of Exploration Arc and carry on with the Source of Petrification Saga. The Treasure Island Saga, which consists of 38 chapters, will also be included. Season 3 of “Dr Stone” focuses on Senku and his team’s discovery of a new human population. Francois, Ryuusui’s devoted butler and cook, will also make his debut as a new character. In terms of hospitality, Francois is second to none. Because of his high regard for this individual, Ryuusui is eager to provide his butler with all the amenities money can buy. Unfortunately, it is unknown at this time if Francois is male or female, how old they are, or even what their true name is. Maaya Sakamoto, who portrayed Ciel Phatomhive in Black Butler, Makoto Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell, and Shinra Kusakabe in Fire Force, is said to have performed this part.
The opening and closing theme music for Season 3 of “Dr Stone” has not yet been revealed. Nonetheless, it was already announced that Huwei Ishizaki, a renowned musical talent, would be providing the next season’s theme songs. Treasure Island was the final episode of the previous season, and there are still five more arcs to adapt for the anime. These stories will be broken up into two distinct arcs: Stone to Space and Truth of the Petrification. In any case, after season three, the show might potentially continue for another two years. As it is, though, it may be a while before Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi’s idea sees widespread adoption. On April 6 at 10:30 p.m. JST, the third season of “Dr Stone” will air on Tokyo MX, KBS Kyoto, Sun TV, BS11, and TV Aichi, and will be available exclusively on Crunchyroll.