Dr Stone Filler List
Interested in Dr Stone but want to find out of it has too many fillers?
Dr Stone is an anime about scientific exploits and crazy inventions in a stone world. It is one of the most popular new gen anime and has been considered to be one of the best. Considering that it is not a fighting anime, one might put it off as boring. However, its plot and dialogue have been able to keep it on par with others.
Now, to maximally enjoy this anime, you might want to know if there are fillers. I went crazy when I found out that a lot of bleach episodes were fillers (Yes, I didn’t read the manga). I’m sure you want to avoid such a situation, which is why you are on this page.
Fortunately, since Dr. Stone is not a weekly anime, there is enough time for the manga to gather enough canon materials. Fillers are usually used when the anime has caught up to the manga and the producers need to buy time for the manga to produce new content.
In the case of Dr Stone, there are actually no fillers. It is just several episodes of adventures, friendship, rivalries, and discoveries with no interruptions. Once you decide to skip any, you might disrupt the flow of events.
Dr Stone is an anime adaptation by TMS Entertainment that aired in July 2019. So far, it has two seasons, with a third that is set to air in April 2023. However, there was a TV special that aired in July 2022 titled “Dr. Stone: Ryusui.”
The anime is adapted from a manga series of the same name, written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi. The manga was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump from March 2017 to March 2022, with twenty-six volumes.
The story revolves around the mysterious petrification of humans after a sudden flash of light. The human race remained frozen for about 3700 years before Senku Ishigami, a 15-year-old boy, was revived. He found himself in a world with a collapsed human civilization.
Over the course of the anime, Senku learns how to revive others and begins his journey to explore the stone world and find the cause of the petrification. The anime is filled with comic relief, and that makes it more enjoyable.
Dr Stone Filler List/Episodes
|1||Stone World||Manga Canon|
|2||King of the Stone World||Manga Canon|
|3||Weapons of Science||Manga Canon|
|4||Fire the Smoke Signal||Manga Canon|
|5||Stone World The Beginning||Manga Canon|
|6||Two Nations of the Stone World||Manga Canon|
|7||Where Two Million Years Have Gone||Manga Canon|
|8||Stone Road||Manga Canon|
|9||Let There Be the Light of Science||Manga Canon|
|10||A Tenuous Alliance||Manga Canon|
|11||Clear World||Manga Canon|
|12||Buddies Back to Back||Manga Canon|
|13||Masked Warrior||Manga Canon|
|14||Master of Flame||Manga Canon|
|15||The Culmination of Two Million Years||Manga Canon|
|16||A Tale for the Ages||Manga Canon|
|17||A Hundred Nights and a Thousand Skys||Manga Canon|
|18||Stone Wars||Manga Canon|
|19||To Modernity||Manga Canon|
|20||The Age of Energy||Manga Canon|
|21||Spartan Crafts Club||Manga Canon|
|22||The Treasure||Manga Canon|
|23||Wave of Science||Manga Canon|
|24||Voices Over Infinite Distance||Manga Canon|
|25||Stone Wars Beginning||Manga Canon|
|26||Hot Line||Manga Canon|
|27||Call from the Dead||Manga Canon|
|28||Full Assault||Manga Canon|
|29||Steam Gorilla||Manga Canon|
|30||Prison Break||Manga Canon|
|31||Secret Mission||Manga Canon|
|32||Final Battle||Manga Canon|
|33||To Destroy and to Save||Manga Canon|
|34||Humanity’s Strongest Tag Team||Manga Canon|
|35||Prologue of Dr. Stone||Manga Canon|
For more information on filler episodes of other anime, check out our filler list page.