Dr Stone Chapter 215 is about to release on 17th October 2021, Sunday. Fans are very excited about the release of the chapter!!
Dr Stone is a manga series authored by Riichiro Inagaki and drawn by Boichi from South Korea. Since March 2017, it has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump, and the chapters have been compiled in twenty-two tankobon volumes as of August 2021. Senku Ishigami, a juvenile scientific genius, aims to reconstruct society after humanity was inexplicably frozen for 3,700 years in this narrative.
The manga was licensed in North America by Viz Media. Since January 2019, Shueisha has been simply publishing the series in English via the website and app Manga Plus. TMS Entertainment aired an anime television series adaption from July to December 2019. From January to March 2021, a second season of the anime series centered on the “Stone Wars” storyline aired. The show has been renewed for a third season.
About the Series:
In the series, a strange spark petrified virtually all human life over 3,700 years ago. Senku Ishigami, a 15-year-old prodigy, awakens in a world devoid of any evidence of human civilization. Senku establishes a base camp and researches the petrified individuals in an attempt to figure out what caused the catastrophe and how to heal it.
Senku’s buddy Taiju Oki awakens over the following six months, and Senku discovers that nitric acid was used to revive them. Later in the chapters, they create a chemical based on this finding that allows them to immediately resurrect people. They begin by resurrecting Tsukasa Shishi, a famous martial artist, and Yuzuriha Ogawa, a classmate, to reconstruct society with an emphasis on science.
Tsukasa eventually admits that he opposes Senku’s plan to create a new scientific civilization, thinking that the previous world was polluted and should not be resurrected.
Dr Stone Chapter 215 Release Date:
Where to read it Online
You can easily read the comic by downloading it from the Google Play Store or the Apple Store. You can also read it on kissmanga.com, manhua.com, etc.
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