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‘Dr. Stone: Ryusui’ Is Finally Coming Back, What To Expect In The Special Anime

Dr. Stone: Ryusui
'Dr. Stone Ryusui' is coming coming back this July. (Photo: Comic Book)

Dr. Stone is finally returned with a fantastic new project. The anime special Dr. Stone: Ryusui has recently been announced for a July 2022 release date!

Dr. Stone: Ryusui

‘Dr. Stone Ryusui’ is coming coming back this July. (Photo: Comic Book)

Announcement for ‘Dr. Stone: Ryusui’

At Anime Japan 2022, Yusuke Kobayashi, Gen Sato, and Kengo Kawanishi were in attendance for the Dr. Stone: Ryusui BLUE stage panel, when the news was made. Ryota Suzuki, the actor who will portray Ryusui Nanami in the forthcoming anime special, joined the group. Additionally, the first photos from the project were shown during the gathering.

What You Should Know About ‘Dr. Stone: Ryusui’

Stone: Ryusui will follow Ryusui Nanami, the Heir to the Nanami Conglomerate, an excellent sailor and Ryusui’s best friend. Ryusui is petrified when he first appears in the anime, but Senku Ishigami revives him because of his sailing prowess. Yusuke Kobayashi as Senku, Gen Sato as Chrome, and Kengo Kawanishi as Gen Asagiri are anticipated to reprise their roles in the anime special.

For Dr. Stone: Ryusui fans, this July’s airing on Tokyo MX and BS11 will be much-anticipated. After all, the manga has just finished, and the anime’s third season is still a long time away. Fortunately, fresh and exciting material will be available to fans this summer.

What Makes This Special?

Creator Riichiro Inagaki recently came out about the manga’s ending to give his followers some optimism. Among other things, he explains how the manga began and ended, and even hints to Dr. Stone’s future. “Dr. STONE will finally finish the tale with the publication of the leap today! Only five years from now. The tale that began in issue 14 comes to a close in issue 14. It’s been an honor to have your business for the last five years. It’s not over yet, either. It’s going to go on and on and on!” Inagaki authored the article.