Dr. Stone by illustrator Boichi and original author Riichirou Inagaki
Genres: Adventure, Sci-Fi, Shounen Publisher: Shueisha (JP), Viz Media (EN) Serialization: Weekly Shounen Jump Read Online: Viz Media
The manga launches in the 14th issue on March 6. The science-fiction adventure series follows what happens when suddenly the world's biggest-ever "crisis" arrives. Inagaki (with illustrator Yuusuke Murata) wrote the Eyeshield 21 manga from 2002-2009. Boichi drew the Sun-Ken Rock manga, and one of the stories in the Trigun: Multiple Bullets anthology manga. He recently drew the Terra Formars Asimov spinoff manga.
The manga gets a 2nd printing for its volume 1 since there was a shortage
Manga creator Riichirou Inagaki revealed on Twitter on Friday that the first volume of his and Boichi's Dr. Stone manga is getting a second printing. The first volume shipped on July 4. Inagaki apologized to fans who couldn't get the volume because it was sold out, and said it should take up to two weeks for bookstores to restock.
It had a stronger opening, the first chapter, establish the premise, purpose, and world building than Jujutsu Kaisen.
I only need to read chapter 1 of Dr. Stone rather than reading 2 chapters of Jutsu Lauren
The art and scenery = it is really good and detailed. Gray scaling and shading is utilized.
We got 3 named characters. The manga doesn't give them captions. Taiju? likes to yell the name of the girl he loves Yuzuhira. He is the muscle guy who wakes up as 2nd person after the world was petrified for thousands of years. His best friend is the brains. The two will solve the mystery and save civilization.
Not a generic setting of high school or a guild of magic.
there will be a novel adaptation, Morimoto's Dr. Stone Hoshi no Yume, Chi no Uta (Dr. Stone Star's Dream, Earth's Song)
plot: One of the novel's stories takes place before the event that petrified humanity. It follows Senku during his high school days and centers on the science club's strategy to launch a rocket. Another story takes place after the human petrification and follows Chrome, Kohaku, and Suica. The three form a musical band and perform with handmade instruments. The book will also include special illustrations.
If you live in the New York area or the areas close to it or you are planning to head to New York Comic Con, the creators of Dr. Stone will be there
Anime NYC and Viz Media announced on Wednesday that they will host Dr. Stone manga creators Riichirou Inagaki and Boichi at this year's convention. The announcement also noted that the Dr. Stone manga and its anime adaptation "will play a major role" at the convention.
There will be a spin-off series on Byakuya Ishigami
This year's 47th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed on Monday that Riichirou Inagaki and Boichi's Dr. Stone manga will have a spinoff manga titled Dr. Stone reboot: Byakuya that will debut in the magazine's next issue on October 28. The manga will focus on the character Byakuya Ishigami. Inagaki and Boichi are credited with the original work, and Boichi is credited with the art and story of the spinoff.
The manga will run in the magazine alongside the main Dr. Stone series. The run of both the main manga and the spinoff manga in the magazine will be a first for Weekly Shonen Jump.
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