Dr.STONE 1 (Dr. Stone, #1)
一瞬にして世界中すべての人間が石と化す、謎の現象に巻き込まれた高校生の大樹。数千年後──。目覚めた大樹とその友・千空はゼロから文明を作ることを決意する!! 空前絶後のSFサバイバル冒険譚、開幕!!

Dr.STONE 1 (Dr. Stone, #1) Details

TitleDr.STONE 1 (Dr. Stone, #1)
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageJapanese
ReleaseJul 4th, 2017
PublisherShueisha
ISBN4088811844
ISBN-139784088811840
Number of pages192 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Young Adult, Science Fiction

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Dr.STONE 1 (Dr. Stone, #1) Review

  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    May 30, 2017
    2.5 starsIn a nutshell, Dr. Stone is a story about how two high school boys deal with the entirety of the human race being miraculously turned into stone. The phenomenon happens one day just as one of them is on the cusp of confessing to the girl they like. In this first volume the cause of the new stone age is not yet revealed, so if you’re not someone who can just go with the flow and not question too many things, this story might not gel with you too well. That being said, one of the characte 2.5 starsIn a nutshell, Dr. Stone is a story about how two high school boys deal with the entirety of the human race being miraculously turned into stone. The phenomenon happens one day just as one of them is on the cusp of confessing to the girl they like. In this first volume the cause of the new stone age is not yet revealed, so if you’re not someone who can just go with the flow and not question too many things, this story might not gel with you too well. That being said, one of the characters is a scientific savant and says a lot of things that have actual scientific backup, so that might be enough to quell your worries.This was an overall enjoyable read, but there isn’t much that’s special about it. I could see how one of the lead boys and the antagonist could be seen as interesting characters to some people, but I myself don’t think too much of them. The only remarkable thing about the manga is the art. It is quite nice, and to my fancy. You can see a bit of it in this review’s banner. This manga is full of super detailed backgrounds, and the characters are also drawn very nicely. If you’re going to read this I’d recommend picking up the physical copy rather than the e-book because there are a lot of double page spreads. Like, at least (but sometimes more than) one per chapter.I’m hoping more interesting things happen in the future. There’s a definite conflict set up with the antagonist, so it’s not like what’s going to happen next is in the dark or anything, it’s just that I don’t care about said conflict with said antagonist. I really just don’t. This is still kind of fun to read though, for some reason. I also want there to be either A) more prominent female characters who actually do things, or, B) for the current girl to stop being the equivalent of a potato sack.
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  • Karen
    July 13, 2017
    4,5
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