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Dr. Stone 2 


I am extremely thankful that Peter had the money to purchase the Dr. Stone 2 manga. This story is starting to get really interesting as we have the good characters and a bad character. The bad high schooler wants to kill off all adults and only allow kids to come back to life. He will institute a survival of the fittest and wants to ensure there will be no science culture that grows into this new world.

Senku, Taiju and Yuzuriha work diligently in Dr. Stone 2 to get gunpowder. Making such a weapon will ensure they can fight off Tsukasa. Smoke signals in the distance complicate matters. Is it Tsukasa or someone else? If there are other humans in the area how did they get there? Were they released from being petrified as well? Or is something else going on? Dr. Stone 2 slowly reveals these secrets like peeling an onion.

SPOILER ALERT! Tsukasa uses a threat of killing the young lady to learn the secret of how to revive fellow humans. Senku reveals the secret to save her life. In the process he almost dies. He takes quite a gamble there with where he gets hit in the back of the neck. I won’t reveal any more of what happens to ya’ll. Dr. Stone 2 is a very interesting read and it got me thinking how I would cope with such an environment.

The issues families can have with Dr. Stone 2 are lack of attire, enticement to lust, and violence. The potentially offensive content is lighter in Dr. Stone 2 than the first manga book. This is good news in my professional opinion. I hope this franchise continues along in that direction in future manga books. The lines are drawn in Dr. Stone 2 as two cultures will begin to emerge. Is there a third culture out there?

There are different theories about what happened in Dr. Stone 2. I am very curious to find out the original cause of the disaster in Dr. Stone 2. This is one of the reasons I will continue to read and review this franchise. Maybe someday I will even get into the anime. Time will tell. The art work in Dr. Stone 2 exhibits wonderful emotions. There is plenty of drama in Dr. Stone 2 from front cover to back cover.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Writing: 73%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Story: 82%
Family Friendly Factor: 68%

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

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