Dr Stone New World Part 2 English Dub is eagerly awaited. Crunchyroll released the trailer for Cour 2 a few days ago on YouTube. Many of you must already be aware that Part 2 will be divided into two cours. Fans are extremely excited to witness great battles and action sequences as the second part returns very soon. But what about the dubbed episodes? When can fans expect the Dr Stone New World Part 2 English dub to be released? Read on as we discuss the same.
The first episode of Part 2 will be released on October 12, 2023
Dr Stone New World Part 2 English Dub Release Date Speculations
The official release date for the Dr Stone New World Part 2 English dub has not been announced. But we can speculate on the basis of Part 1’s English dub. The first episode of Dr. Stone Part 1 (English sub) premiered on April 6, 2023. The dub was released on June 4, 2023. So there was a gap of 2 months between the sub-dubs of Part 1.
The gap between sub and dub will likely remain the same for the upcoming episodes. The first episode of Part 2 will be released on October 12, 2023. We can expect the English-dub episodes to be available by the first week of December 2023. If Crunchyroll speeds up the dubbing, then the gap can be reduced, and we may see the release of dubbed episodes by November.
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Dr Stone New World Part 2 English Dub Watch Online
You can watch the Dr Stone New World Part 2 English dub on Crunchyroll. The sub-episodes can be watched on multiple platforms, like Hulu, Bilibili, and even Amazon Prime. English-dubbed content will likely premiere on Crunchyroll initially. The show might be dubbed by Hulu in the future, allowing people in the UK and Australia to watch it on Disney Plus.
You can watch the Dr Stone New World Part 2 English dub on Crunchyroll
Dr Stone New World Part 2 English Dub Voice Cast
There won’t be any change in the voice cast for Dr Stone New World Part 2 English dub. The following VAs will be returning for the next part.
• Senku, voiced by Aaron Dismuke
• Taiju, voiced by Rico Fajardo
• Tsukasa, voiced by Ian Sinclair
• Gen. Asagiri, voiced by Brandon McInnis
• Chrome, voiced by Matt Shipman
• Kohaku, voiced by Felecia Angelle