Dr. Stone Chapter 216 is expected to release next week on Sunday, October 31, 2021. The fans of the manga are looking forward to the release.
Dr. Stone is arguably among the most renowned series of manga comics from Japan. It was initially released four years back on March 06, 2017. This series grew in popularity so quickly after just a few editions that it has already earned an upcoming chapter. It has been authored by the well-known writer Riichiro Inagaki. Illustration has been done by Boichi, a South-Korean artist.
Since its inception, Dr. Stone is being published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump, having episodes compiled in a total of 22 tankobon editions till around August, this year. It is a must-read for the ardent fans of genres like adventure, humor, action, and most importantly Sci-Fi.
About the Plot
A blazing bolt of lightning terrified the whole of mankind on a fateful afternoon. Taiju, a high school sophomore, wakes after centuries only to discover himself in a realm of statues. But, Taiju is not the only one there. Senku, his science-enthusiastic pal, seems to have been back in operation for several weeks and has a great strategy in mind to jumpstart humanity with the progress of technology.
If we talk about the story arcs of Dr. Stone manga, it is divided into many official narrative storylines, as indicated by the names of the chapters. Every saga is made up of many aficionado arcs that serve to arrange the plot.
Dr. Stone Chapter 216 Release Date
Dr. Stone Chapter 216 will be published next Sunday, October 31, 2021. The title of the next chapter has not yet been revealed. However, the fans are already awaiting the launch of the latest chapter enthusiastically.
I don’t think there will ever be science manga with a better story concept than Dr. Stone. That is literal peak Science fiction https://t.co/WJNOSOhAny
— Sosa😈 (@RocksDSosa) October 18, 2021
Where to Read
There are a variety of platforms where you can read this comic. These include the manga’s official website, Viz Media, and Mangaplus. iPhone and Android users can also download it from the App Store and the Google Play Store respectively.
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