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全人類石化から幾千年、かつて父が目指した宇宙へ到達した千空!! 月面着陸作戦を展開するが、予期せぬ事態に…!! ホワイマンの正体とは!? 人類の運命は!? 驚異の超大スケールで描く科学冒険記、堂々完結!!


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全人類石化から幾千年、かつて父が目指した宇宙へ到達した千空!! 月面着陸作戦を展開するが、予期せぬ事態に…!! ホワイマンの正体とは!? 人類の運命は!? 驚異の超大スケールで描く科学冒険記、堂々完結!!

30 review for Dr.STONE 26

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sara Bakhshi

    خب دیروز ۲۳۲ رو خوندم و تموم شد. حالا اول آپدیت کنم ولوم های این رو اینجا تا یادمه، بعد میام می‌نویسم. خب اومدم. چهار سال هر هفته دنبالش کردم و با ذوق میخوندم جزییاتشو‌. (میدونم حدود پنج ساله اومده ولی من چهار ساله دنبالش میکنم) خیلی چیزای خوبی یاد گرفتم ازش. از جزییات به درد نخور تا کلیات خیلی مهمی که کسی نمیگه چطور کار میکنن و حس میکنی نباید بپرسی رو توضیح داده بود. از علم گفته بود و تاریخ. از ارتباط آدم ها با هم، از بحث های روانشناختی اجتماعی. از آرزو ها و تلاش های بشریت . تم کلی داستان های شونن هم ک خب دیروز ۲۳۲ رو خوندم و تموم شد. حالا اول آپدیت کنم ولوم های این رو اینجا تا یادمه، بعد میام می‌نویسم. خب اومدم. چهار سال هر هفته دنبالش کردم و با ذوق میخوندم جزییاتشو‌. (میدونم حدود پنج ساله اومده ولی من چهار ساله دنبالش میکنم) خیلی چیزای خوبی یاد گرفتم ازش. از جزییات به درد نخور تا کلیات خیلی مهمی که کسی نمیگه چطور کار میکنن و حس میکنی نباید بپرسی رو توضیح داده بود. از علم گفته بود و تاریخ. از ارتباط آدم ها با هم، از بحث های روانشناختی اجتماعی. از آرزو ها و تلاش های بشریت . تم کلی داستان های شونن هم که داشت، تلاش کن و بدون تنهایی کاری نمیتونی کنی و دوستات کمکت میکنن و هیچوقت گیو‌اپ نکن. نمیدونم بیشتر از بویچی ممنون باشم که ارتش باعث شد جذب این بشم تا بفهمم داستان چیه، یا ایناگاکی که از یه سری آدم متخصص برا هر چیز علمی ای که میخواست بگه مشورت گرفته بود و توضیحات عالی داده بود. ممنون آرت جذاب و پر از دیتیلش باشم، یا آرت خنده دار و سیمپلش. هر چی بود ترکیب خیلی خوبی بود و دوران لذت بخشی بود خوندش. خیلی حجم خوبی داشت و به موقع و زیبا تمومش کردن. غصه میخورم که منتظرش نمی‌مونم دیگه ولی خوشحالم که خوندمش.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Keiko Reads Manga

    Oh, my God, it's over 😭 Oh, my God, it's over 😭

  3. 5 out of 5

    Inés Platero Gracia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Me ha gustado bastante la serie, pero este final es... desconcertante y un poco decepcionante. Se veía venir desde hace mucho tiempo que si Whyman preguntaba "¿Queréis morir?" es porque estaban rechazando la inmortalidad y que en realidad el temible villano era en realidad un DOCTOR STONE. La resolución fue rápida y bastante simple, sin grandes consecuencias. Lo que me ha dejado descuadrada han sido las últimas viñetas, en las que Senku ha construido una máquina del tiempo para evitar el efecto Me ha gustado bastante la serie, pero este final es... desconcertante y un poco decepcionante. Se veía venir desde hace mucho tiempo que si Whyman preguntaba "¿Queréis morir?" es porque estaban rechazando la inmortalidad y que en realidad el temible villano era en realidad un DOCTOR STONE. La resolución fue rápida y bastante simple, sin grandes consecuencias. Lo que me ha dejado descuadrada han sido las últimas viñetas, en las que Senku ha construido una máquina del tiempo para evitar el efecto de la era de piedra. Todos parecen encantados con la idea pero si a mí me puso lágrimas en los ojos es por algo que parecen haberse pasado por el forro: si viajan atrás en el tiempo, todos los habitantes de la aldea Ishigami nunca habrán existido. Conociendo a Senku, intentaría encontrar una forma en la que salvarlos a todos, pero no de desvela ni se sugiere. Me ha dejado un mal sabor de boca, la verdad.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Col

    Bang! Zoom! ...Straight to the Moon! The final arc of Dr. Stone is the most bizarre manga ending I've read with solely straightforward plot developments. The acceleration of pace was already clear in the war against the Americans, and it continues increasing right up to the end. What makes it strange is that it was very clearly planned and not axed, as Inagaki purportedly didn't want the manga to run for years and years more. There was certainly more than enough material to extend the manga twice Bang! Zoom! ...Straight to the Moon! The final arc of Dr. Stone is the most bizarre manga ending I've read with solely straightforward plot developments. The acceleration of pace was already clear in the war against the Americans, and it continues increasing right up to the end. What makes it strange is that it was very clearly planned and not axed, as Inagaki purportedly didn't want the manga to run for years and years more. There was certainly more than enough material to extend the manga twice as long. Just one of the megaprojects depicted in this final arc (rocket engines, computers, spacesuits, trans-oceanic communications) could have yielded months of material. Computers get more detailed information about their construction and functioning than the others (showing the creation of primitive parametrons and magnetic core memory) probably because they're a bit more relevant to the lives of Japanese children than rocket engines, which don't even get a cursory explanation of how they work. The characters fare little better. The secondary characters like Taiju and Ruri appear very little and the truly minor characters like Kirisame and Homura are lucky if they appear onscreen at all. Such is the way with these large-cast stories, you've got to pick and choose your attachments. Not every minor villain turned hero needs to tell their story. Suika comes out very well, and the "Dr. Suika" sequence will be well-remembered even by those who find the conclusion otherwise lacklustre. It's in some ways the final conflict of the story, the vindication of Senku's principles, and everything after that is a victory lap, even the confrontation with Whyman. Chrome is the most shafted major character in terms of emotional moments, though he does contribute a lot to the technological effort. The actual conclusion of the story wasn't terrible, even if it comes and goes in the blink of an eye. (view spoiler)[Whyman and the medusae are one and the same. In a vacuum the medusae are intelligent and capable of levitation and independent activation. They act as civilizational parasites, travelling across space and petrifying intelligent species, using the immortality of petrification to convince them to produce more medusae. While this answers the big picture question of "who petrified Earth and why", it relies on the awkward device of the medusae having odd priorities to explain other things, such as why they didn't completely petrify treasure island but later singlemindedly tried to petrify the kingdom of science. Why did they send billions of medusae to die in South America when one fully charged medusa can petrify the whole planet? Why they didn't skip town after they realized that humanity was too primitive to make more medusae? The weird part is that the massive medusa pyramid was a relatively late addition to the story, so the final explanation must've already been in the works by then, if not from the very beginning. The time machine is a bit silly, but it's the exact kind of thing Senku would try. He's never been one to let plausibility to stop him. The implication that Rei in the Byakuya spinoff was a product of Senku's efforts at time travel is a sweet little touch, as was the Rei-like capsule they put the treasure island medusa in. It's hilarious that every single villain but Ibara was redeemed. Magma, Tsukasa, Hyoga, Xeno and Stanley, even one of the Whymen turned to Senku's side. But not Ibara. He'll remain petrified forever despite the fact that Hyoga and Tsukasa also killed people. The romantic development (or lack thereof) was also funny. Taiju and Yuzuriha, the only ones who were straightforward get married, Chrome and Ruri plan to get married, and nobody else gets anything, least of all Kohaku or Luna because Senku will not rest until ALL petrification is reversed. Well, it's not like romance was ever a huge part of this series, bar occasional ship baiting. (hide spoiler)] In the end, 99% of my complaints would boil down to "there isn't enough of it", which is one of the best things you can say about a story. I might wish that it had gone on a year or two longer, but I had five years of great fun with Dr. Stone.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Pilar Videla

    Una de las mejores series que leí nunca, realmente espero una secuela de ese gran final, es un sentimiento muy amargo despedirse de tan increíble historia. (Senku mi hombre)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    Lo mejor que me pasó en la vida UwU.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mert

    4/5 Stars (%78/100) Aaand we are done. It was quite an interesting journey for me. Dr. Stone is very unique and I never thought I would learn this much about science and actually enjoy it. Overall, I would say Dr. Stone is definitely worth reading/watching. The ending was satisfactory, not perfect not terrible but quite satisfactory. I liked the path the author decided to take and I was kind of expecting it. The whole Whyman thing could have been handled a bit better since he is THE bad guy (I gu 4/5 Stars (%78/100) Aaand we are done. It was quite an interesting journey for me. Dr. Stone is very unique and I never thought I would learn this much about science and actually enjoy it. Overall, I would say Dr. Stone is definitely worth reading/watching. The ending was satisfactory, not perfect not terrible but quite satisfactory. I liked the path the author decided to take and I was kind of expecting it. The whole Whyman thing could have been handled a bit better since he is THE bad guy (I guess?) from day 1. Other than that, I will definitely remember some moments clearly and some characters are really memorable for me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Megan Lowde

    Well, wasn't this a ride and a half. I don't know what it is about it, but anything concerning the moon and space travel gives me such anxiety that it did make this a bit difficult to read at times. Couple that with the reveal of who/what Why-Man is, and I can't say I'm exactly pleased with the direction it took, especially considering it ends (view spoiler)[with them creating a time machine (hide spoiler)] . It's just not a trope I particularly enjoy in fiction, and ultimately I can conclude tha Well, wasn't this a ride and a half. I don't know what it is about it, but anything concerning the moon and space travel gives me such anxiety that it did make this a bit difficult to read at times. Couple that with the reveal of who/what Why-Man is, and I can't say I'm exactly pleased with the direction it took, especially considering it ends (view spoiler)[with them creating a time machine (hide spoiler)] . It's just not a trope I particularly enjoy in fiction, and ultimately I can conclude that this wasn't really for me. There were plenty of things I could appreciate about this series - the relative lack of focus on romance, the premise definitely had me intrigued and the mystery of the petrification was enough to keep me reading until the end even if ultimately I was unsatisfied. Unfortunately, I wasn't connected with the characters and the pacing was a little too all over the place, which meant my attention did somewhat drift and this did feel a bit more like a chore to read by the end. It felt both simultaneously very rushed and yet quite slow, which seems bizarre. That on top of the humour not really being my thing meant that ultimately whilst I can appreciate what this brought to the table, this wasn't really for me on the whole.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Pinky N.A

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The end...? I (almost) can't believe this. Dr. STONE is one of the best sci-fi I ever read. No doubt. I think I'm going to cry. Even though my time with them weren't that long — I mean, I started reading just this year and finished it by this year too — I feels like all of them are connected to me, deeply. Although, I can't give this last volume more than 4 stars, because the moon arc was just like mere sci-fi and that's that. In my opinion. One thing I like from this volume is just I can finally The end...? I (almost) can't believe this. Dr. STONE is one of the best sci-fi I ever read. No doubt. I think I'm going to cry. Even though my time with them weren't that long — I mean, I started reading just this year and finished it by this year too — I feels like all of them are connected to me, deeply. Although, I can't give this last volume more than 4 stars, because the moon arc was just like mere sci-fi and that's that. In my opinion. One thing I like from this volume is just I can finally see Stanley again. You know, he's now one of my husbandos, wwwwwwww The ending is kinda disappointing and... hanging. I don't like it a little bit. Will be better if there is Dr. STONE part 2, lol. Their journey to the past, then. Anyway, congrats for Taiju and Yuzuriha! I know you guys will have your wed, but I wouldn't have been expecting it to be so soon — well, it's technically not that soon because it's at the end of the manga. And, who the hell is that Senku-like woman?! I was so shocked! I thought somehow the petri beam changed his gender for a little while, lol

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sedna Dragon

    This was a satisfying conclusion to a wonderful manga. I loved the conclusion to all the characters, I loved how the wedding was handled and the twist ending that Why-Man was an A.I. which fit perfectly with the scientific theme and how that was resolved in a logical way and I loved how at the end Senku was still building something scientific line a time machine! All in all I loved this series from beginning to end!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    Read Chapter 224 to Chapter 232 - The last volume of this series is too rushed. Although, I am giving this volume 3 stars because of the life lessons incorporated on this volume. I guess the authors got tired writing this story and just ended it as quickly as they could. Not all characters are relevant anymore in this final arc; they were just sidelined. Other than that, it's 3 stars out of 5 stars because of scientific messages the authors wish to send to the audience! ☺️👌🏼 Read Chapter 224 to Chapter 232 - The last volume of this series is too rushed. Although, I am giving this volume 3 stars because of the life lessons incorporated on this volume. I guess the authors got tired writing this story and just ended it as quickly as they could. Not all characters are relevant anymore in this final arc; they were just sidelined. Other than that, it's 3 stars out of 5 stars because of scientific messages the authors wish to send to the audience! ☺️👌🏼

  12. 5 out of 5

    M

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. These last few volunes felt slightly rushed. I missed the bonding between characters and everyday life the early volumes showed. The solution to the mysterious why man was fine. At least pretty unique. I feel the manga lost a bit of its charm near the end, but I still love the concept and execution overall.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ariel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. DISTRAUGHT THAT IT’S OVER 😭 I absolutely love that the invention to go out with was a time machine… it’s the ultimate science project!!! Wish we could have spent more time saying goodbye and hearing from everyone. But, this journey has been… exciting!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sudharsan Sukumar

    Its an perfect end with cliff hanger......

  15. 5 out of 5

    Adam Sunny

    Chapter 224-232

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kitty

    idk, im just a bit dissapointed...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Harry Lewin

    The journey has finnay come to an end. What great journey it has been.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sihaam

    Can't wait for this to be animated in 20 years LOL. So sad it's over. Senku <333 Can't wait for this to be animated in 20 years LOL. So sad it's over. Senku <333

  19. 5 out of 5

    Eárin Devine

    The ending felt a bit rushed to me but what a great series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Martín Gallego

    No puedo creer que este manga se haya acabado ya. En fin creo que la historia ha ido decayendo en los últimos tomos, de pronto las situaciones han sido aceleradas y ese final del Whyman no me la esperaba —y creo que muchos tampoco—, no me parece del todo malo porque da sentido en cierta forma, pero la siento floja. De todas formas lo he leído por 5 años y me da pena ya no poder ver más a Senku y lo demás en sus aventuras.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Circle

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rúben Oliveira

  23. 4 out of 5

    Keisha Hadland

  24. 5 out of 5

    Arle

  25. 4 out of 5

    Necereddine Falek

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ricardo Moreira

  27. 4 out of 5

    Soukaina Ait Ouasaa

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tara

  29. 5 out of 5

    Branej al’Sanik

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carson Callis

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