Dr. Stone Volume 20 is a popular Japanese Manga series. It is written by Riichiro Inagaki and directed by the South Korean artist Boichi. It consists of a total of 24 volumes.
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Dr. Stone Volume 20: Highlights
Table of Contents
In the year 2019 AD, a puzzling blaze instantaneously terrifies closely all human life. 3,700 years went and with the human race preserved in stone, until in April 5738, a 15-year-old genius named Senku Ishigami is suddenly resuscitated to find himself in a world where all forms of human development have been consumed by time. Senku sets up a basecamp and begins to analyze the terrified humans in order to find out the cause of the event, as well as a heal.
Dr. Stone Volume 20: Release Date
This popular manga series was released on the 1st of February, 2022. It has been published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 2017. The English translations of this series are licensed by Viz Media in North America. There will also be an anime adaptation of this series.
Dr. Stone Volume 20: Spoilers
The story revolves around a teenage research-based genius Senku Ishigami, whose idea is to reconstruct civilization after humanity was strangely terrified for 3,700 years.
Tsukasa in the end discloses that he is against Senku’s plan of forming a new technological civilization, thinking that the previous world was contaminated and should not be reinstated.
However, he wishes to build a new world order based on potential and strength, going so far as to pull down any terrified adults he comes across in order to save them from impeding his objective.
Dr. Stone Volume 20: Manga Online
You can read this series on Viz Media’s official website or you can also read this series on Manga plus app. Manga series are like Comics and comics never bore anyone. Reading comics can be stress-free. Manga series gained huge popularity during the lockdown period. People now prefer to watch more Manga series.
Dr. Stone: Major Characters
- Senku Ishigami
- Taiju Oki
- Yuzuriha Ogawa
- Tsukasa Shishio
- Gen Asagiri
- Homura Momiji
- Minami Hokutozai
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