It was announced that the second season of the TV anime “Dr. Stone” will begin broadcasting on January 14, 2021 on TOKYO MX and other platforms.
and then, the main visual and the latest PV have been released.
In addition, an event featuring Yusuke Kobayashi and other cast members will be held at the Jump Super Stage on December 19.
Anime “Dr. Stone” second season finally set to begin broadcasting!
It will be broadcast on TOKYO MX, KBS Kyoto, Santelevision, TV Aichi, and BS11 from January 14, 2021 (Thursday). It will also be available on other platforms.
The main visual for the second season has been released!
In addition, this PV containing the latest footage of the second season is also available!
The mainland battle is depicted in an even more scaled-up worldview.
New characters from the second season, including Saionji Ukyo (CV: Kensho Ono), Yo (CV: Yoshiki Nakajima), and Nikki (CV: Atsumi Tanesaki), also appear! Character voices were also released for the first time.
|Broadcast Information Release!
TV broadcast starts on Thursday, January 14, 2021!
TOKYO MX: Thursday from 22:30 KBS Kyoto: Thursday 22:30 and up Sun TV: Thursday 24: 00 and up BS11: Thursday 24: 00 and up TV Aichi: Thursday 26: 35 and up The broadcast time is subject to change. Thursday, January 14 from 23:00 onwards on all distribution platforms!
|The Latest Video！
|Saturday, December 19! Jump Super Stage event information!
Anime “Dr. Stone” jump super stage details determined!
Date and time Saturday, December 19, 10:00-10:30 Cast. Yusuke Kobayashi (played by Senku Ishigami) Makoto Furukawa (played by Taijyu Oki) Yuichi Nakamura (played by Tsukasa Shishiou), Manami Numakura (as Kohaku) Gen Sato (played by Chrome) Kengo Kawanishi (played by Gen Asagiri)
|Summary of the TV anime “Dr. Stone
TV broadcast starts on Thursday, January 14, 2021! TV anime 1st season Blu-ray & DVD series now on sale (6 volumes) The first season is now being distributed on the “d Anime Store” and elsewhere!
Thousands of years have passed since the entire human race was instantly petrified by a mysterious phenomenon–. Senku, a science boy at heart with a superhuman brain, awakens.
Facing the stone world, where civilization has been destroyed, Senku decides to reclaim the world with the power of science. He gathers a new group of friends and creates the “Science Kingdom”.
Fire, Iron, Electricity, Glass, and Mobile Phone…… Senku and his friends run through two million years of scientific history, from the Stone Age to modern civilization.
However, they are confronted by the Armed Empire, led by the strongest primate, Tsukasa Shishio, a high school student. Tsukasa, who aims to purify the human race, tries to prevent the development of science with his powerful military force
STONE WARS, let the battle begin!
<STAFF> Based on the novel by Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi (serialized in Shueisha’s ” Shonen Jump”) Director: Iino Shinya Series composition and script: Kido Yuichiro Character Design: Iwasa Yuko Design Works: Yoshio Mizumura Main Animator: Horiuchi Hiroyuki Art setting: Aoki Tomoyuki Art Director: Yoshihara Shunichiro Color design: Soko Nakao Director of Photography: Tsuyoshi Kuzuyama Editing: Sakamoto Kumiko Sound Director: Akedagawa Jin Music: KATO Tatsuya, TSUTSUMI Hiroaki, YUKI KANESAKA Animation production: TMS Entertainment
Opening theme: Fuji Fabric “Paradise”. The ending theme: Hatena “Voice?
＜CAST＞ ISHIGAMI Senku: Yusuke Kobayashi Oki Taiki: Furukawa Makoto Yuzuriha Ogawa: Kana Ichinose Kohaku: Numakura Manami Chrome: Gen Sato Kinlaw: Tomoaki Maeno Ginro: Murase Ayumu Luli: Ueda Reina Suika: Takahashi Karin Asagiri Gen: Kawanishi Kengo Kaseki: Mugihito Shishio Tsukasa: Yuichi Nakamura Hyogetsu: Akira Ishida Homura: Toyosaki Aki Saionji Ukyo: Ono Kensho Uei Yo: Nakajima Yoshiki Hanada Niki (Nikki Hanada Niki): Atsumi Tanezaki and others
[speech_bubble type=”drop” subtype=”L1″ icon=”surprise.png” name=”Nazuna”]The long awaited announcement of the second season!
I watched the first season of this anime on Netflix and it was so much fun, I have been binge watched it straight through.
It was featured on Japanese TV as an anime/manga that grown-ups get into, so you can see why it was so popular in Japan as well!
I’m a Netflix person, so I think I’ll hoard some and watch it all at once. But I can’t wait to see it, because I’m curious.
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