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Dr. STONE: New World Part 2 Receives Same-Day Dub Release

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The second part of Dr. STONE’s third season, titled Dr. STONE: New World, will be hitting Crunchyroll tomorrow, October 12, in both subbed and dubbed versions. That’s the same day it comes out in Japan. It’s not too often that an anime gets both versions released on the same day, but we are starting to see more and more of it.

Here is the dub cast, which has actors reprising their roles from previous seasons: Aaron Dismuke plays Senku, Felecia Angelle plays Kohaku, Brandon McInnis plays Gen, Clifford Chapin plays Ryusui, Sarah Widenheft plays Suika, Aaron Roberts plays Soyuz, Ricco Fajardo plays Taiju, Justin Briner plays Ginro, Leah Clark plays Amaryllis, Jarrod Greene plays Oarashi, David Matranga plays Ibara, Kenny Green plays Kaseki, and Colleen Clinkenbeard plays Otsubone.

The English dub is being directed by Cris George, with production being handled by Zach Bolton. The English scripts are being written by Tyler Walker. Meanwhile, the ADR mixer is Neal Malley and the ADR engineer is Jose Sandoval.

The first part of the new season came out in April. In addition to being streamed by Crunchyroll, it began playing on Toonami from Adult Swim in June.

The very first episode of the anime series came out in 2019.

Crunchyroll is also scheduled to show the new episode at New York Comic Con tomorrow at 2:45 PM EST.

Crunchyroll gave this description for what’s going on in the story:

With the Stone Wars over, the former members of Tsukasa’s Empire of Might join forces with the Kingdom of Science to build a ship capable of sailing across open ocean to seek answers on the mystery of the global petrification. However, before they can begin their voyage Senku and his friends need to find some key resources and push some new scientific advancements to build the type of vessel they need.

Source: ANN


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