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千空とDr.ゼノ、“石の世界”最高の科学者2人が人類石化の発生源特定へ奇跡の共闘!! 南米の海・陸を猛追する、スタンリーの魔の手をかわし、“始まり”の秘密に迫れ!!


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千空とDr.ゼノ、“石の世界”最高の科学者2人が人類石化の発生源特定へ奇跡の共闘!! 南米の海・陸を猛追する、スタンリーの魔の手をかわし、“始まり”の秘密に迫れ!!

30 review for Dr.STONE 20

  1. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    This was cool as we have Senku and gang coming to South america with stanley chasing after them, they arrive here by boat and then leave it behind and there is an interesting face off between the two and after that we have more face off between the two of them and they make bikes for faster travel, there is a part where they have to weigh each other and its so funny there and we move closer to finding the secrets of petrification and the Medusa. Its getting interesting. This whole arc is a breat This was cool as we have Senku and gang coming to South america with stanley chasing after them, they arrive here by boat and then leave it behind and there is an interesting face off between the two and after that we have more face off between the two of them and they make bikes for faster travel, there is a part where they have to weigh each other and its so funny there and we move closer to finding the secrets of petrification and the Medusa. Its getting interesting. This whole arc is a breather atm before the big revelations next volume. Also good focus on dynamics between various characters.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Col

    Dr. Stone continues to impress. Great adventures, cool gadgets, lovable characters, consistently funny. My only conceivable complaint is that as time goes on, less page space is spent on building new mechanisms over new materials and travelling. It's been coming dangerously close to having too many characters as time goes on, but there's a very clear distinction between main, secondary, and tertiary characters. There's no great loss to the story leaving Ruri or Soyuz behind on their islands, and Dr. Stone continues to impress. Great adventures, cool gadgets, lovable characters, consistently funny. My only conceivable complaint is that as time goes on, less page space is spent on building new mechanisms over new materials and travelling. It's been coming dangerously close to having too many characters as time goes on, but there's a very clear distinction between main, secondary, and tertiary characters. There's no great loss to the story leaving Ruri or Soyuz behind on their islands, and Inagaki doesn't try and mislead the reader into thinking every Dick and Jane might secretly be important. Characters serve their purpose and exit gracefully. I might wish for my favourites to get a few more stand-out moments, but I can recognize that it wasn't meant to be. (view spoiler)[ I love how each phase of the story feels different, yet there's an underlying consistency. Stone Wars was scientific cavemen vs. primitive moderns, and while Tsukasa had a slight advantage in manpower, it wasn't insurmountable with scientific equipment. Treasure Island was scientific cavemen vs. primitive cavemen, and the population disparity between Treasure Island and Ishigami Village was too huge to overcome directly, so all action had to be as covert as possible. America was scientific cavemen vs. scientific moderns, and the situation was reversed to the protagonists having superior manpower but (slightly) inferior technology. Now, in South America, it's all about avoiding a direct confrontation they can't possibly win, and information superiority is in the hands of the antagonists. In every case, however, the key to the conflict has been possession of a single thing, whether it was the revival cave, the medusa, or each side's scientist. You could lose lots of battles, so long as you came out with that one thing. This is why the end of the America arc doesn't feel like a defeat, even though Senku lost his ship and the bulk of his allies. Possession of Xeno was more valuable. I'm eager to see how South America turns out. Given that we've seen that both turning off/on and popping the battery in/out work for medusae, plus Chrome's idea for a passive depetrification device, it's possible that Senku will try to take the Perseus by petrifying the crew. If they can recharge one, it'd definitely be the best choice. It seems a little implausible to found a city in South America without Minami, and I don't know if their tiny catamaran could possibly make a trans-oceanic journey back to Treasure Island, so it seems confrontation is inevitable. It also raises questions about the future of the series. As Senku says, with the acquisition of the medusa cargo, they could blast past 21st century science into the realm of science fiction pretty quickly. With that in mind, I wonder if the next arc (or next next) could involve a struggle against robots? Maybe that's what China will be? This is probably just my hope that the spinoff is canon talking, and with the revelation that Chrome can, in fact, read, that's looking unlikely. Then again, Chrome remembering that out of the blue would be very fitting for Dr. Stone. Australia is also a complete wildcard. I'm also curious how the petrification effect will be treated from here on out. There's some discussion in the latest arc about its properties, whether it was a sphere or a wave, its speed, etc. I have to wonder why Inagaki is bothering. It's an impossible effect, so how much worth is there in trying to justify it inside a scientific framework? It's almost certainly going to be some kind of mumbo jumbo when it comes down to it. We also learn that Whyman has (or had) massive industrial capacity at the time of humanity's petrification. There are hundreds of tons worth of medusae in that pile. He also had the capacity to create more (or had more in reserve), as he was able to bomb Treasure Island thousands of years later. He clearly wants to keep humanity down, but either doesn't care about, or can't detect small pre-industrial societies like Ishigami Village. Corn City seems like an obvious target if it actually gets off the ground. (hide spoiler)]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Yuno

    I need more omg TT such a cliffhanger. I LOVE LOVE LOVE ALL OF THESE CHARACTERS. Tsukasa is my most favorite for sure; I wish he was on my side. I mean, how reliable he is. And then Ryusui gotta be the man for me. I mean this guy is so optimistic, and so attractive. AND THE GIRLS, especially KOHAKUUUU <333 I'm in love. I love how Hyoga is right now too. I mean i love everyone. I'm so glad i read this. It's been a long while since I read manga. I need more omg TT such a cliffhanger. I LOVE LOVE LOVE ALL OF THESE CHARACTERS. Tsukasa is my most favorite for sure; I wish he was on my side. I mean, how reliable he is. And then Ryusui gotta be the man for me. I mean this guy is so optimistic, and so attractive. AND THE GIRLS, especially KOHAKUUUU <333 I'm in love. I love how Hyoga is right now too. I mean i love everyone. I'm so glad i read this. It's been a long while since I read manga.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mert

    4/5 Stars (%77/100) It was a pretty good volume overall. The crew continues their journey towards the origin of the petrification while escaping Stanley and his crew. Throughout the journey, Senku continues to make scientific tools and machines such as a motorcycle. Chelsea is a new interesting character and there are more new characters like her. The highlight of this volume is the fact that the crew starts to work on the Medusa mechanism itself. I liked the book in general.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Natsume Natsuki

    Still hope this manga is published in Indonesia :") Still hope this manga is published in Indonesia :")

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    2nd read - Apr 1, 2021 - How is it possible that it's only at the 2nd reading that I appreciate this volume more? 😆 I love it to this volume to the moon and back! 1st read - That was amazing! A little bit boring cause all the reveals were pumped out in the previous volumes! But I am glad to see some stability and transition scenes in this volume! Very rewarding and fulfilling volume! 😍 2nd read - Apr 1, 2021 - How is it possible that it's only at the 2nd reading that I appreciate this volume more? 😆 I love it to this volume to the moon and back! 1st read - That was amazing! A little bit boring cause all the reveals were pumped out in the previous volumes! But I am glad to see some stability and transition scenes in this volume! Very rewarding and fulfilling volume! 😍

  7. 5 out of 5

    Noemikolosa

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elisa Fumarola

  9. 5 out of 5

    Noelle

  10. 4 out of 5

    Valter Liblik

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anke

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

  13. 5 out of 5

    Esteban

  14. 5 out of 5

    May

  15. 5 out of 5

    Toni

  16. 5 out of 5

    Paz Pérez

  17. 5 out of 5

    Miguel Guzman

  18. 4 out of 5

    Henry Covert IV

  19. 4 out of 5

    RoRho28

  20. 5 out of 5

    Andrea G.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sean

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alejo

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ciaran Fitzpatrick

  25. 5 out of 5

    freelena

  26. 5 out of 5

    Beppe

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nicholes

  28. 5 out of 5

    Yusuf

  29. 4 out of 5

    Meerah

  30. 4 out of 5

    Em

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