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Dr. Stone 1 


Another Manga that Peter thought I might find interesting is Dr. Stone 1. In this fantasy futuristic world all humans and birds get turned into stone. They are stuck that way for 3,700 years until a young scientist is freed. A few months later another young man is freed. Together they work on rebuilding society through science. They also discover how to free fellow humans. Bat dung is part of that formula.

Dr. Stone 1 has a very interesting world and thus far there are two prevailing ideologies. One is to restore all of the humans whose statues were not destroyed in calamities that happened over the vast number of years. The second theory in Dr. Stone 1 is that only the young should be restored. Do not allow any of the adults to be revived. Another way of thinking of the second theory is build back better.

The issues families can have in Dr. Stone 1 are lack of attire, enticement to lust, and violence. There is a Buddah used as a reference point in Dr. Stone 1. I am a bit baffled by a few things in Dr. Stone 1. First what happened to the people’s clothing? They were petrified with clothing on. Second why are so many man created things gone in Dr. Stone 1? I would expect plenty of the buildings to last that long.

The artwork in Dr. Stone 1 is fantastic. Dr. Stone 1 is in all black and white. There are some neat things done to cover private parts in certain scenes of Dr. Stone 1. I feel bad for the big oaf character who gets abused in Dr. Stone 1. He loves a certain young lady in Dr. Stone 1. She does not play much of a role in Dr. Stone 1. I am hoping her role increase in the next edition. I expect it will happen.

I am very curious to find out what caused humans to be petrified in the first place. Dr. Stone 1 does not share that with us. They gotta make you come back and buy more volumes for some reason. I enjoyed flying through Dr. Stone 1. I am thankful Peter had the money to purchase Dr. Stone 1. Maybe some day I will get around to the anime of Dr. Stone. Until then I will continue to work my way through the Manga.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Writing: 70%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Story: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Manga
Publisher: Viz Media
Author: Riichiro Inagaki
Rating: ‘T’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}

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