The platform Crunchyroll announced that through its previously announced collaboration with the programming block Toonami from Cartoon Network, broadcasts the animated adaptation of the manga via the above-mentioned channel Dr. Stone.

The series premieres on November 9th at 12:30 am, while the dubbed episodes will be available on the Crunchyroll platform the day after they air on Cartoon Network. The voices that make up Spanish dubbing include:

  • Alejandro Orozo as Senku Ishigami.
  • Miguel Angel Ruiz as Taiju Oki.
  • Jessica Angeles as Yuzuriha Ogawa.
  • Arturo Cataño as Tsukasa Shishio.
  • Alicia Barragan like Kohaku.
  • Javier Olguin as Gen Asagiri.
  • Diego Becerril like chrome.
  • Susana Moreno like Suika.

On the other side of the manga by Riichiro inagaki and illustrated by Boichi began to be published in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha in March 2017. The publisher published the seventeenth compiled volume on September 17th.

The first season of the 24-episode animated adaptation premiered in Japan in July 2019 and was produced by the studios. TMS Entertainment, Headed by Shinya Iino and scripts written by Yuichiro Kido. A second season will premiere in January 2021.

Synopsis of Dr. Stone

One fateful day, all of humanity was petrified by a blinding flash of light. After several millennia, the Taiju school student wakes up and finds himself in a world full of statues. You are not alone, however; Your science-loving friend has been working for a few months and has a big plan in mind: kick-start civilization with the power of science!

Source: Crunchyroll

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