In the realm of anime, Dr. Stone is one of the newest heroes to appear on the scene and win over fans’ hearts. Let’s find out more about Dr. Stone Season 3.
He may be a podiatrist in real life. The manga “Dr. Stone” takes set thousands of years after a mysterious catastrophe turned mankind to stone.
Senku is brought back to life one day. Not long after, his old colleague Taiju does the same, and they struggle to resurrect mankind when they are not fighting lions and terrible gases.
When the story is this intriguing, the science is less relevant. Season 3 has been announced through a new teaser, and more surprises should be revealed.
This is what you can look forward to seeing in the upcoming third season of “Dr. Stone.”
Dr. Stone Season 3 Premiere Date
The first season of “Dr. Stone” aired in the summer of 2019, and the second season premiered in 2021.
It would make sense for Season 3 to follow the same pattern and come out in the spring or summer of 2022, but things might change. There is no official release date for Season 3, although it would make sense. Season 3 of “Dr. Stone” promises an epic trip on the wide sea, but there’s no indication when they’ll air.
When new episodes come out, US residents will have to wait longer since they’ll be published on a separate timetable. The episodes air in Japan first, then Toonami airs the English dubs. If you want to be the first to know, check Looper.
Dr. Stone Season 3: Cast and Characters
The bulk of “Dr. Stone’s” English and Japanese voice cast should return for Season 3. Yûsuke Kobayashi (“Food Wars”) and Makoto Furukawa (“One Punch Man”) should voice Senku and Taiju in the Japanese version. Aaron Dismuke (“Fullmetal Alchemist”) dubbed Senku, while Ricco Fajardo voiced Taiju (“Sky Wizard Academy”).
Manami Numakura, Gen Satô, and Ayumu Murase are options for “Dr. Stone” Season 3.
Brandon McInnis, Felecia Angelle, and Brittany Lauda have returned, among others. Given that Season 3 will push the characters into new terrain (both literally and figuratively), viewers can expect fresh faces and voices.
Dr. Stone Season 3 Plot
After seeing the “Dr. Stone” third season teaser, you may assume you found a missing “One Piece” episode. Senku and his buddies will embark on a maritime adventure in the next episode, so don’t worry.
ComicBook.com predicts that the anime will adapt the manga’s “Age of Exploration” narrative arc next. They build the ship Perseus and set off to find out what caused humans to turn to stone.
Along the process, they generate fresh ideas for breakthroughs that help them change human history.
Since 2017, the manga hasn’t shown any signs of ceasing soon. Riichiro Inagaki told Anime News Network: “I’m not sure about the ending, but that doesn’t affect the storyline.
We know how the tale will end, but sometimes it seems like we’re moving three steps forward and two steps back, but I’m determined to see it through. I promise I won’t drag it out for my company’s profits.”
We’re willing to bet that “Dr. Stone” won’t end after Season 3.