Dr. Stone: New World (Season 3) Drops a New Trailer and Sets a Release Date for the 2nd Cour!

Dr. Stone: New World (Season 3) Drops a New Trailer and Sets a Release Date for the 2nd Cour!

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Dr. Stone: New World (Season 3) Drops a New Trailer and Sets a Release Date for the 2nd Cour! 2

Hey guys, what’s up? Did you know? The Dr. Stone: New World anime, Season 3, has just released a new trailer for its second part, which is set to premiere on October 12.

The opening theme “Haruka” will be performed by Ryujin Kiyoshi, while the closing theme “Suki ni Shina yo” is by Anly. By the way, check out the new trailer below!

Dr. STONE NEW WORLD (Season 3) – 2nd Cour Trailer

This exciting announcement was made during a special event attended by Yusuke Kobayashi (Senku), Ryota Suzuki (Ryusui), Kengo Kawanishi (Gen), Gen Sato (Chrome), and Kensho Ono (Ukyo).

In case you missed it, you can catch up with the first part by watching this recap trailer:

Dr. STONE NEW WORLD (Season 3) – 1st Cour Trailer

On March 7, 2022, the Dr. STONE manga, which was written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi, came to an end after five years of publication. You can read it on VIZ or MANGA Plus and it has a total of 232 chapters.

In the summer of 2019, Season 1 of the Dr. Stone anime, with 24 episodes, debuted. Dr. Stone: Stone Wars, the second season, debuted in January 2021 and included 11 episodes. In July 2022, a special episode that was Ryusui-focused was also aired. Dr. Stone: New World’s first season, which ran from April to June this year, featured 11 episodes.

For those who are unfamiliar with Dr. Stone, Viz describes the story as follows:

One day, a mysterious flash of light turned all of humanity into stone statues. After thousands of years, Taiju, a high schooler, breaks free from his petrified state and discovers a world of statues. But he’s not alone! His science-loving friend Senku has been awake for a while and has big plans—to rebuild civilization using the power of science!

Source: Official Website

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