Dr. STONE New World English Dub Reveals Cast & Crew, Release Date
Let. Them. Cook. Everything from bread to the sky itself is within the Kingdom of Science’s grasp in Dr. STONE New World, and the English dub is all set to remake history once again for the edutainment anime’s much-anticipated Season 3.
Here are the swashbuckling main cast and crew for Episode 1, coming to Crunchyroll on Thursday, April 20:
- Senku voiced by Aaron Dismuke (Chigiri in BLUELOCK)
- Chrome voiced by Matt Shipman (Reki in SK8 the Infinity)
- Kohaku voiced by Felecia Angelle (Suzune in Classroom of the Elite)
- Gen voiced by Brandon McInnis (Milo in SABIKUI BISCO)
- Taiju voiced by Ricco Fajardo (Kotaro in ZOMBIE LAND SAGA)
- Ryusui voiced by Clifford Chapin (Bakugo in My Hero Academia)
- ADR Director: Cris George
- ADR Engineer: Jose Sandoval
- Mixer: Neal Malley
- ADR Script: Matt Shipman
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Based on the manga by Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi, Dr. STONE New World is directed by Shuhei Matsushita (Dr. STONE Special Episode – RYUSUI) at studio TMS Entertainment, with series composition by Yuichiro Kido (Fruits Basket scriptwriter) and character designs by Yuko Iwasa (D.Gray-man animation director).
If you’re a fan of adventure anime, don’t miss the first two seasons of the English dub or the first episode of the third when it drops on April 20, right here on Crunchyroll!
Several thousand years after a mysterious phenomenon that turns all of humanity to stone, the extraordinarily intelligent, science-driven boy, Senku Ishigami, awakens.
Facing a world of stone and the total collapse of civilization, Senku makes up his mind to use science to rebuild the world. Starting with his super strong childhood friend Taiju Oki, who awakened at the same time, they will begin to rebuild civilization from nothing…
Depicting two million years of scientific history from the Stone Age to present day, the unprecedented crafting adventure story is about to begin!
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