Crunchyroll to Debut "Dr. Stone" Series at Anime Expo

Crunchyroll to Debut “Dr. Stone” Series at Anime Expo

Posted by June 11, 2019 Comment

Crunchyroll will be be at Anime Expo in Los Angeles on Thursday, July 4th, and they’re bringing along the debut of Dr. Stone to show to fans!

'Dr. Stone" Prescribes Launch on Crunchyroll this Summer
//Credit: Crunchyroll

All the fun kicks off at noon Pacific time, as fans will not only get to see the first episode of Dr. Stone, they’ll also be treated to an exclusive questions and answers session with the creative talent behind Dr. Stone, Shusuke Katagiri (Dr. Stone anime) and Hiroyuki Honda (Weekly SHONENJUMP manga editor)

Be the first to catch the world premiere of this year’s biggest anime: “Dr. STONE”! When humanity gets mysteriously turned to stone, how will the survivors fare thousands of years later? Simulcasting on Crunchyroll starting this summer, we will also be inviting some special guests from Japan for a Q&A session with the fans!

If you can’t make it out to Anime Expo, Crunchyroll will be roll out the simulcast of Dr. Stone to everyone in the world (except Asia) on Friday, July 5th.

Dr. Stone follows Senku Ishigami, who finds himself awakened several thousand years after a cataclysmic event that turned all of humanity to stone. Ishigami is a big fan of science, so he sets out to save the human race through the scientific process.

He finds that his best friend from childhood has also been awakened, and the two of them start working on bringing anyone else they can back from the stone state they’ve been entombed in.

The series claims to depict two million years of scientific discovery, from the Stone Age to modern times.

This is a great time to get a Crunchyroll subscription, to be honest. They have an amazing amount of new and classic anime series available, as well as a ton of Manga. You can even check out gen:LOCK from Rooster Teeth, a fantastically fun mecha mayhem show!

 

 

About Leigh Kade

Leigh George Kade is a writer, illustrator, and sculptor who lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and two small Skrulls. Leigh has also been a panelist on the wildly popular Geek Show Podcast since 2008. He has been an Entertainment Writer for Bleeding Cool since 2018.

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(Last Updated June 11, 2019 2:57 pm )

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