Dr. Stone Anime Review – Where to Watch?

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Dr. Stone is available to watch on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Adult Swim, Direct TV, HBO Max, Spectrum, and VRV.

Anime Review

You suddenly see a greenish beam of light on an ordinary day and then imagine that you are turned into Stone. You stay like a statue, unable to move, but you are conscious and have nothing to do. Setting out with such a theme, Dr. In the anime called Stone, light appears on an ordinary school day, and everyone turns into Stone. Exactly 3,700 years pass, and the year becomes 5738. Then the first statue begins to crack, and the genius child Senku Ishigami is freed from its petrified exterior and comes back to life. Of course, not even the d of the old world is left, and mother nature has already taken over every place. After a hiatus of about six months, the second human, Oki Taiju, also comes back to life by chance thanks to nitric acid, and he and Senku make plans to rebuild civilization.

One day, because they have to, they revive the built friend named Tsukasa. Everyone lives in harmony for a while until Senku reveals his plan to Tsukasa. Senku seeks to revive all humans through science. He asks Tsukasa to leave the old world, not revive the adults and continue on by reviving the youth, and the rope breaks here. The paths diverge, and the first struggle between two people in the new world begins. Meanwhile, another surprise awaits Senku because, in this new world, people living without status will appear before him.

Dr. Stone is an immersive anime that you will watch with interest one after the other. Moreover, it does not do this with action or strange adventures. He does it with science! In fact, in anime, factors such as where we get what we get, what we combine with what we create are presented to us, and interestingly, this is the strongest side of anime. You’re stuck on the screen wondering how Senku will do this πŸ™‚ Also, an anime with high viewing pleasure comes out when the events are supported with comedy elements and mimics.

There is also an event in the anime; Although it is gripping, inconsistencies are not revealed when we go into detail. I will try to explain without giving too many spoilers. For example, how does Senku know so much? Okay, he may be a genius, but the man has almost unlimited knowledge in chemistry, physics, literature, mathematics, everything πŸ™‚ One thing that strikes me strangely is that Senku’s father, who appeared in flashbacks, is not his real father, according to Senku. E, do you look like? πŸ™‚ And Tsukasa’s brother, I have two things to say. First of all, Tsukasa is an “ΓΌber” unnatural type on his own. The man can fight lions with his bare hands… Do you know what they used to call him at school? “The Strongest High School Primate”. So what more can I say. Did I mention you beat a lion with your bare hands? Anyway, the second element is that you were going to bring the young people back? In the following episodes, the elements played by Tsukasa appear. The big guys you know are old enough πŸ™‚ The main characters are young, but the rabble looks like they came out of the Hokuto no Ken you know. As you can see, inconsistencies appear as you go into the details of the work, but do they create an obstacle or a negative situation to watch? No way.

The illustrations and music of the anime are just as wonderful as the rendering. I especially like the first opening song. In the drawings, the anime reflects the green-clad world beautifully. The characters are full-shonen anime characters: weird hair, interesting outfits, and typos. Especially the hair is on another level πŸ™‚ The best example is our main character Senku. The man has hair that looks like spring onions. You know, the fresh onion with a white root and a green tip πŸ™‚ Anyway, I guess I don’t need to make any further comments.

Dr. Stone was an anime that I liked more than I expected. Actually, I was a little biased. I saw it when it first came out, and when I saw Senku’s cabbage hair, I thought I wouldn’t watch it. However, as I saw and read the positive comments, I wanted to give it a chance, and I’m glad I did. I really like this kind of mistake, and as I said, I found a fun, high-quality, interesting anime in which the episodes are watched one after the other. When the new season of Stone Wars is over, I will undoubtedly be one of the first to watch.

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