Dr.STONE 2 (Dr. Stone, #2) by Riichiro Inagaki

Dr.STONE 2 (Dr. Stone, #2)


Details Dr.STONE 2 (Dr. Stone, #2)

TitleDr.STONE 2 (Dr. Stone, #2)
Release DateSep 4th, 2017
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Science Fiction, Fiction, Shonen, Comics, Adventure, Graphic Novels, Apocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic, Humor, Survival

Reviews Dr.STONE 2 (Dr. Stone, #2)

  • Aechey
    the first volume really got me interested and intrigued. but the first half of the second vol. was kind of boring. it did pick up towards the end.
  • Sara Bakhshi
    I'm so enthusiastic to see where it's going.
  • Kris Ritchie
    Enjoying the world-building here, we get a bit further in the current timeline plus some flashbacks to how Senku dealt with his first few months alone.
  • Nicholas Driscoll
    Still don’t like this manga. The first volume was worse, but this one isn’t much better. I just hate the clunky writing. Senku continues to use his catch phrases waaaayyy too much, sometimes multiple times on one page (ten billion percent certain, not even a millimeter, get excited), and they are all annoying. The science angle is... sort of interesting... but the attempt to use real science in the middle of a story featuring Tarzan boy who c...
  • Ridanwise
    Good Lord... The more I read and become slightly more literate, the more it pains me to keep reading manga. In many ways, Dr. Stone is like the early work of Stan Lee, like a visually upgraded version of the comics from the 50s and 60s which relied heavily on exposition and disrespected the intelligence of the reader to figure out things by themselves. Very little is presented here that isn't explained to a pulp. So much so, in fact, that whateve...
  • Alyssa Sanders
    So far this manga series is still catching my interest. The science part of it really starts to come into play and for me, as someone who has never really been intrigued by the subject throughout the school years, it has actually pulled me in and got me wondering about all the scientific theories and all the experimenting people had to go through to get to the present day. I love the main character Senku and his crazy love for science along with ...
  • Heidi
    I like the second volume just as much, if not more than the first one!It's such a quick read and isn't as jam-packed with info dump as I thought it would. The whole Tsukasa being the villain was a bit flat, the bad dude wants to help only the "pure" people while the hero, Senku, wants to save everyone.But Senku's wittiness is the highlight of this volume and I hope it stays the same throughout the other volumes. The addition of the new female cha...
  • Emmy
    I usually limit my manga reviews to just the first and final books of a series (my initial thoughts and my thoughts of the series as a whole), but I wanted to comment about how good this series is so far! The art is beautiful (I cannot say that enough) and the story is excellent. I love the characters, especially Senku. And I think you have a really great mix of different people. The ending of this book has me slightly worried that we're going of...
  • Terrence
    Quick volume (except for some of the science jargon and some flashback stuff).Tsukasa setting up as a major villain for Senku and friends. I really liked the image of Senku and co in Mecha opposing the warrior Sukasa and his allies.Senku's buddy isn't quite ready to confess to the girl he likes, which I guess avoids a death flag. The cover kind of spoils a physical change that occurs with the girl's design in this one as well.We meet a new female...
  • Ben
    The first confrontation between Senku and Tsukasa results in Tsukasa learning the recipe of the resurrection fluid, setting up a race between the two to rebuild civilization in their respective images. A few more plot elements are introduced, but this volume is largely set up for a larger conflict. Though Boichi's art is amazing as ever, his character design for Kohaku is exploitative to the point of absurdity. I really wish he'd gone a different...