";s:4:"text";s:3174:" We were on the look-out for it, but let’s chalk it up to a topsy-turvy season where nothing was normal. The thing is that this project was actually unveiled all the way back in 2016 with a projected launch date of 2017, but things have remained quiet on that front for a long while since then. Jump SQ, in general, seems to have had a very fruitful time at Jump Festa 2020. So while I may wax lyrical about the comparatively poor quality of announcements coming out of this year’s Jump Festa 2020, that’s never really been the point. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for this one. Go figure. Heading into the annual event this year, it’d be safe to say that any and all news about the upcoming anime adaptation of Gege Akutami’s original manga was going to be top of my list. Don’t get your hopes up too much, however, as the series’ stage event was mainly concentrated on the upcoming live-action film adaptation. Clearly, TMS Entertainment isn’t interested in letting any of this go to waste, as the Dr. STONE stage event on Sunday (December 21) unveiled a new teaser trailer for the anime’s continuation: It must be said that there isn’t much in the way of information in this teaser, but it does offer us an almost nostalgic look back on the events of Dr. STONE season one alongside some new voice lines.