Dr. Stone is a well-known shonen manga series that appears in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Anime has also just been converted into a 24-episode anime series. The unexpected ending to the first season of this anime surprised everyone, but that’s not all. The second season of Dr. Stone is already being anxiously anticipated by fans. The success of Dr. Stone’s first season has made the production house quite thrilled. Aside from that, the company is looking forward to providing fans with more scientific knowledge in Dr. Stone’s season 2.
The plot of Dr. Stone
In the beginning, the plot of Dr. Stone centered around Taiju Oki, Senku Ishigami, and Yuruziha Ogawa. However, Taiju’s near-proposal of Yuruziha and a green light end up petrifying the entire human race. Senku and Taiju awaken around 6 months apart after being frightened for about 3700 years.
They’ve returned to ‘The Stone World,’ according to them. The world has changed dramatically in the last 3000 years, and Senku strives to restore mankind via the force of science. Senku then finds a chemical combination containing Nital, which he believes has resurrected him.
He and Taiju intended to use this chemical to resurrect Yuruziha, but an unexpected lion assault compels them to resurrect Tsukasa Shishio instead. Senku’s party later forms the Kingdom of Science in Ishigami Village as a result of a clash of beliefs. Tsukasa, on the other hand, forms an Empire of Might to resurrect only strong-willed people in a new world.
With time, we’ve seen the kingdom of science acquire more devices to solve the enigma of petrification. And until Senku and company resuscitate mankind, the show will continue at its current rate of fresh discoveries. What else might we expect from an anime based on booze? The production team is very much into drinking at Anime Expo 2019, according to the show’s producer.
This anime is produced by TOHO Animation and Shueisha. Iino Shinya is the series’ director. The anime is based on the continuing manga Dr. Stone, which is 10 billion years ahead of its time in terms of animation. We’ve also made sure not to include any Dr. Stone manga spoilers. So, if spoilers irritate you, you’ve come to the correct place.
Animation by Dr. Stone
Well, the animation is not used during action situations, and the backdrops are mostly still natural with minimal variety. Characters are the only elements that move in general. It’s immobile as if it’s all composed of stone. Close-up shots of waves or flames are occasionally seen, but not frequently. When it comes to the moments when the studio refuses to compromise on animation, though, it becomes absurd.
Dr. Stone S2 is intended to have improved animation. Also, as a result of season 1’s popularity, producers may be able to fix a lot more of the things that were lacking in the previous season.
The plot of the Second Season of Dr. Stone
The first season of Dr. Stone had a satisfying conclusion. What can we expect from the second season of Dr. Stone? According to our sources, the anime will chronicle some of the fightings between Tsukasa’s empire and the Kingdom of Science. In the second season, we might see Taiju and Yuzuriha return. That said, Dr. Stone’s season 2 will deliver you even more hilarious and action-packed episodes to brighten your day. The Stone Wars arc from the manga, which is regarded to be one of the most popular, will be covered in the anime.
Where Can I Watch Dr. Stone Season 2?
On Crunchyroll, the anime Dr. Stone is only available in the English subbed version. On the same platform, Dr. Stone Season will premiere. The first season of Dr. Stone aired on Saturdays at midnight (Eastern Standard Time).
Dr. Stone Season 2 Episode 1 is now available on Crunchyroll’s official website to watch. In addition, we now get a sneak peek at the first episode. Here’s the tweet in full:
A new poster for Dr. Stone Season 2 – Stone Wars was also published at the same time. In this image, our hero is seen wielding additional scientific weapons. However, it remains unclear what it is. To learn more, we’ll have to wait until the following season.
Trailer for Dr. Stone Season 2
Dr. Stone’s final episode revealed that the anime will be renewed for a second season. Previously, there were reports that the second season will premiere soon after the first. However, it will not be the case in this case; the franchise will take a hiatus to continue. Furthermore, Dr. Stone’s season 2 has been approved for production. The anime’s next season will premiere in mid-2020, according to fans.
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Here’s the first season of Dr. Stone’s trailer:
Release Date for Season 2 of Dr. Stone
According to our sources, Dr. Stone Season 2 is now in development and will most likely debut in mid-2020. Although not everything has been revealed, we anticipate a flurry of information shortly.
Additionally, Dr. Stone season 2 will cover the Stone Wars storyline, which is exciting news for fans who have been waiting for this arc to be animated. The Stone Wars arc is widely regarded as one of the best in the ongoing Dr. Stone manga.
The release date for Dr. Stone Season 2 is set for January 15, 2021. Whatever the case may be, the studio must provide an update.
Updates on Dr. Stone Season 2
As of now, there has been no news from the studio on the second season of Dr. Stone, but fingers crossed, the anime will have a new season by the time Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 and another popular anime broadcast.
Season 2 will be released soon, and with improved animation, according to the studio.
Since then, everyone at Crunchyroll has eagerly anticipated the release of the anime. So, here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how Dr. Stone is manufactured. Previously published on Crunchyroll’s official YouTube channel.
Theme and OST for Dr. Stone
The anime is broken into two parts or two different arcs. The first arc’s opening song was BURNOUT SYNDROMES’ “Good Morning World!”; currently it is PELICAN FANCLUB’s “Sangenshoku ()”.
“LIFE” by Rude- was the concluding song for the first arc, while “Yume no You ni ()” by YouthK Saeki was the finishing song for the second arc.