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'Dr. Stone Season 2: Stone Wars' TV anime is listed with 11 episodes

Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: January 14, 2021 at 10:27 PM PHT (GMT+8)

The official Twitter for the TV anime adaptation of Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi's Dr. Stone manga series has revealed that the second season of the anime titled "Dr. Stone: Stone Wars" will consists of 11 episodes. The anime's first episode has premiered in Japan on January 14, 2021.

It was revealed through the Blu-ray DVD Information that was posted on their official website and the announcement information on their Twitter page. The announcement states that the 11-epsiode series will be distributed in Blu-ray & DVD box with on May 26, 2021.

Dr. Stone Stone Wars key visual

The series' first season staff are returning to work on the new season. Animation studio TMS Entertainment will handle the animation production, with Shinya Iino serving as the series' director. Yuichiro Kido will be in charge of the script while Yuko Iwasa for the character designs. Tatsuya Kato, Hiroaki Tsutsumi, and Yuki Kanesaka are again working for the series' music composition. The original cast of the series will also reprise their roles. Additionally, new members join the cast who will voice the Tsukasa Empire characters including Kensho Ono as Ukyō Saionji, Yoshiki Nakajima as Yō Uei, and Atsumi Tanezaki as Nikki Hanada.

The opening theme for the new season titled "Rakuen" will be performed by Fujifabric, while the ending theme titled "Koe?" will be performed by Hatena.

The first season of the anime TV series adaptation consisting of 24 episodes aired from July 5 to December 13, 2019.

The series is based on the Japanese manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi which has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 2017, with the individual chapters collected and published by Shueisha into sixteen tankōbon volumes as of July 2020. In 2019, Dr. Stone won the 64th Shogakukan Manga Award for the shōnen category.

Wikipedia describes the series' plot as:

Beginning in April 5738 A.D., it's been over 3,700 years since a mysterious flash of light petrified nearly all human life. A 16-year-old genius named Senkū Ishigami is suddenly revived to find himself in a world where all traces of human civilization have been eroded by time. Senkū sets up a base-camp and begins to study the petrified humans in order to determine the cause of the event, as well as a cure.

Over the next 6 months, Senkū learns his revival was made possible with nitric acid. With this discovery, he develops a compound that will allow him to instantly revive others. He begins by reviving his friend Taiju Ōki, their classmate Yuzuriha Ogawa, and a famous martial artist named Tsukasa Shishiō, with the goal of rebuilding civilization with a focus on science.

Tsukasa ultimately reveals that he opposes Senkū's idea of forming a new scientific civilization, believing the old world was tainted and should not be restored. Instead, he desires to establish a new world order based on power and strength, going so far as to destroy any petrified adults he encounters in order to prevent them from interfering with his goals.

After extorting the formula for the revival compound from Senkū, Tsukasa attempts to murder him when he realized that Senkū knows how to create weapons that he cannot defend against. Believing he successfully killed Senkū, Tsukasa leaves to begin establishing his own faction in the Stone World.

After recovering from his near death experience, Senkū discovers a tribe of people already living on the planet and sees this as an opportunity to create his Kingdom of Science. These people are originally hesitant, but eventually learn the benefits that science can bring to their survival. Over time, Senkū becomes more trusted by the tribe, eventually being taught of their past - where he discovers that the village was started by his father figure, along with 5 other astronauts, whom were unaffected due to being in space at the time of the petrification event.

Together, with his new allies and friends, Senkū's Kingdom of Science engages in a war with Tsukasa's clan, ultimately emerging victorious and affirming themselves as a force to be reckoned with. After the victory they discover that Senkū's adopted father had left precious metals which can be used as catalysts to mass produce revival fluid in the nearby island which is now inhabited by a tribe known as the Petrification Kingdom, who possess the device used to petrify the world so long ago.Source: The Seven Deadly Sins Official Twitter, AIR News

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