Dr. STONE TV anime Season 4 has been officially revealed

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Dr. STONE TV Anime Season 4 has been officially revealed through an author comment by Riichiro Inagaki in Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #4/5. ‘The series will likely end with this new and possibly final season,’ says Inagaki. Dr. Stone fans can rejoice with the announcement of the fourth season of the popular anime series.

Riichiro Inagaki made the announcement in Weekly Shonen Jump #4/5 as an author comment. It has been revealed that the series will be concluding with this new season, which is presumed to be the series’ final season. The anime premiered in Japan on July 5, 2019 and has since gained widespread popularity. Season 3 airs in Japan on June 4, 2023, and is available on Crunchyroll (simulcast) in the US.

Dr. STONE TV anime Season 4
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Based on Riichiro Inagaki’s namesake Japanese manga series, Boichi illustrates the series. When a mysterious flash appears out of nowhere, Senku Ishigami, a 16-year-old prodigy, is petrified along with the rest of the world as he is petrified with the rest of the world.

During the tenth season of Dr. Stone, Senku is revived and resolves to restart human civilization using his vast knowledge of science. The release date for the fourth season of Dr. Stone has not yet been set, but it is expected to be announced soon.

About Dr. Stone TV anime

The anime Dr. Stone is based on the manga of the same name by Riichiro Inagaki, illustrated by Boichi for TMS Entertainment. It follows Senku Ishigami and his brawny friend Taiju Oki on a quest to rebuild civilization in a world where humanity has been petrified for 3,700 years. Several critics have praised the series for its philosophical themes, scientific aspects, and well-written characters.

As of now, there are three seasons of the Dr. Stone TV anime. The first season consisted of 24 episodes, while the second season, titled Dr. Stone: Stone Wars, aired from January 14 to March 25, 2021, and ran for 11 episodes. There are 17 episodes in the third season, titled Dr. Stone: New World, which is divided into two parts.

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