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Dr. Stone | August 25, 2019 (United States) Summary:
Countries: JapanLanguages: Japanese

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Series Info:

  • Full Name: Dr. Stone
  • Season: 1
  • Episodes: 24
  • Language: Hindi [HQ UnOfficial Dubbed]
  • Release Year: 2019-
  • Size:  60MB (Each Episode)
  • Quality: 480, 720p –WeB-Rip
  • Format: Mkv
  • Dubbed By: SouLDubbeRs

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Review

Dr. stone has a hell of a hook one day with no warning or explanation every human being on earth is turned into a stone statue as the centuries passed nature reclaims the planet until one other day 10,000 years after that first one a teenage genius named sanku ishigami is revived by unknown means finding himself stuck in an out prehistoric world he immediately sets out to discover how he was revived saved

The rest of humanity and use his vast scientific knowledge to rebuild civilization from scratch unfortunately one of the first people he revives is the brutish least wrong Tsukasa a modern-day caveman seemingly built to live in the new untamed jungles of Japan who doesn’t really want to return to the way things were and would much rather revive only the young and pure to live out their days in this unspoiled world he has no qualms about killing the old

To build that utopia or anyone else who might get in his way in a battle of bronze sanku doesn’t stand a chance against Tsukasa and his growing kingdom of might but with his brains and a bit of help from a few primitive humans who somehow survived into the present he might just be able to build up his own kingdom of science to fight back before dr. stone I didn’t really read manga before I’d watched their anime adaptations but that premise was just

Way too intriguing to pass up and as I found out it has a lot more going for it beyond that solid high concept doctor stone is the series that finally turned me into a weekly manga reader and almost two years later it’s anime adaptation has become one of my favorites of 2019 today I’d like to shine a light on what I see is the series biggest strengths in the hopes of figuring out what exactly is so great about dr. stone this video is sponsored by crunchyroll the anime

Streaming service where you can watch dr. stone and hundreds of other great shows whenever you want on whatever device you happen to have handy stick around to the end to hear more or head to crunchyroll.com slash basement to try it for yourself free today right off the bat this series sets itself apart from your standard Shonen Jump fare by taking its focus away from the fighting there are a fair number of battles in dr. stone but they’re not given all that

Much screen time instead the story is mostly about sang coos preparation for those battles gathering resources concocting strategies and inventing the tools he needs to win the fight before it’s even begun this remains interesting even in the absence of over-the-top action for two reasons firstly because everything that sanku does is based in practical real-world science it’s just inherently interesting to see how he solves problems as the series is

Starting out his experiments have a primitive technology ask survivalist appeal there’s something immensely satisfying about seeing man bending the world to his whims with such simple tools once sanku has a proper lab setup though the appeal shifts from primitive procedure to seemingly impossible scientific spectacle in short order our hero begins performing near miracles like introducing electric light to the stone world it’s almost the stuff of

Fantasy yet because we see every step it takes to get there we know that it really works at least in theory the emphasis on research and planning over action also allows the series to place a greater focus on the interactions between its characters working with both strong comedic chemistry between sanku and his friends and uneasy tension between them and potential enemies it’s not the funniest anime out there nor is it quite as psychological as say the

Promised Neverland but it is a lot of fun watching all of these vibrant personalities bouncing off of each other thank you is a particularly wonderful protagonist precisely because he’s not particularly wonderful he’s a schemer a bit of a sleazebag and more than a little arrogant about his intellect and while he does think that restoring humanity is generally just the right thing to do the main thing that’s motivating him to do it is his dream of

Going to space one day which ain’t gonna happen without a lot of help in contrast to your standard idealistic Shonen hero sanku is more of a cackling mad scientist-type but he still helps people because that’s the easiest way to get them to do what he wants so we as an audience get to enjoy watching a character and act kind of villainous plots and manipulate people without the moral guilt of rooting for an actual monster that makes for a fun change of

Pace from your typical adventure anime although if you’re looking for a more conventionally sympathetic hero to root for you know that save the world anything for love type both sang coos naive and strong-willed best friend tied you and his bright-eyed stone-age sorcerer assistant chrome fit that bill pretty nicely and there are plenty more characters to fill any other niche that you might be hoping for each egami village alone has 40 inhabitants with

Their own names and recognizable designs and there’s even more memorable faces among the villains you’ve got the manipulative self-centered Mentalist again the tough-as-nails tomboy Kohaku who for the record is best girl the adorable and always helpful child / mascot suka the straight-laced no-nonsense village guard kin ROH and his lazy all nonsense sidekick Jinro magma and mantle who were basically

Caveman versions of Gaston and Lefou kiseki a passionate elderly craftsman with steady hands supported by the buffest body in the whole village I should probably stop just listing characters but that’s not even all the important ones doctor stone’s cast is huge and while it kind of has to rely on tropes to give that many people distinct appealing personalities it does a hell of a fine job of making everyone we spend any significant time with feel

Like a unique three-dimensional human being it’s not hard to find at least one favorite character here solid writing carries a lot of that weight but the show and mangas bold aesthetics are just as key to its character appeal Korean artist boy cheese character designs are wacky exaggerated expressive and instantly memorable also for the most part crazy horny yet that cartoony edge is blended with a meticulous attention to detail with shading and texture work

At times comparable to the art of Yusuke Murata his style lends the mangas world a unique off-kilter personality while still making it feel impressively tangible those complex designs don’t exactly lend themselves all that well to animation as an anime doctor stone is a fair bit stiffer in motion than safe my hero academia or Demon Slayer but it makes up for that in other ways it’s got some of the funniest reaction faces you’ll see all year for starters the

Background art that depicts its lush rocky world is consistently gorgeous and highly detailed and in keeping with the scientific subject matter the show’s animators went to great lengths to make real processes like blowing glass or Shell’s look as authentic as possible and that attention to detail is really important because as much as dr. stone wants to simply tell a fun adventure story it also aims to educate its viewers about the wonders of science

Though don’t let that scare you off it takes a very different approach to education from other shows with similar goals from Western mainstays like Bill Nye the Science Guy in the Magic School Bus to anime like cells at work the vast majority of edutainment tends to be episodic in nature and that makes sense if your goal is to teach it’s only logical to focus on delivering memorable self-contained lessons over telling complex ongoing

Stories but science kind of is a complex ongoing story all of nature is interconnected and every invention that we use today is the product of people building on other people’s discoveries stretching back for millennia dr. stone accelerates that time line by a little bit but its story fundamentally reflects that process of innovation and iteration sank whose ultimate goal is to rebuild civilization from scratch the same way we did it the first time the

Interpersonal conflicts of its narrative create the need for specific inventions that then become the focus of individual episodes chapters and arcs but once we move past the absolute basics like sake rope and soap everything that the kingdom of science creates is made by building on what they’ve accomplished before the series trademark roadmaps help to track this progress showing step-by-step how the raw materials sanku and co gather and the technologies they

Develop with them enable further innovations down the line and while this approach does make it a bit harder to put everything you learn from an episode of dr. stone into a neat and tidy box in your brain the same way you can with typical works of edutainment the trade-off is that all of the facts you learn from the series have lasting narrative significance which is significant because our brains are a lot better at retaining details from stories

We’ve been told than they are at remembering isolated facts once you become invested in the characters and world of dr. stone you have as good a reason to remember how sanku kohaku chrome and suika used magnets to gather iron sand from the river what it took to smelt that into useable iron and how they then used lightning to turn that into a magnet as you do to remem per say the differences between quark

Types and my hero academia or how flight works in Dragonball what’s more because certain subjects like magnetism and electricity tend to be applicable to a lot of the goals that sanku sets out to accomplish the series allows its audience to develop a more comprehensive understanding of those subjects than they’d gain from a single episode about them in much the same way that you probably have a better understanding of how crazy diamond works and what its

Limitations are than you do of say aqua necklace or super fly I don’t have the data to say with any degree of certainty that this is a more effective method of teaching science than Bill Nyes approach it’s certainly nowhere near as efficient since dr. stone spends a lot more time developing its characters and plot than it does imparting useful scientific knowledge but I can say that I’m more emotionally invested in this series than I ever was in the Science Guy or the

Magic School Bus and because of that on top of teaching me more about how the modern world works dr. stone has managed to help me better appreciate everything that that world has given me and the hard work and human ingenuity that it’s taken to build it up as someone who can barely see past the end of his own nose the moment where Suika put on her glasses and saw the world clearly for the first time in her life brought tears to my barely functional eyes and that’s

Just one of many surprisingly emotional scenes that result from san’ko’s research that I think is where dr. Stone’s real educational strength lies beyond simply conveying information about our world it has an incredible ability to inspire a sense of genuine aww at the impact that science has had on it and on us by resetting earth to a realistic primitive state dr. stone effectively frames scientific knowledge

As a world-shaking shown in superpower and an attainable one at that which is really important when you’re a kid watching shown in anime it’s only natural to want to be more like the heroes on screen but given that most shown and stories are escapist fantasies emphasis on the fantasy they don’t always offer many practical outlets for that motivation beyond Naruto running everywhere I mean a lot of Shonen heroes are good

Role models who can inspire viewers to be better people and stand up to bullies but often only in abstract terms things change when these kinds of stories are used to present activities that kids actually can participate in in real life many a child or grown adult watching yugioh has gotten caught up in the hype and bought a booster Packer to a hundred and the power that anime has to get kids excited about real things isn’t limited to glorified advertising hike you caused

Enrollment in Japanese boys high school volleyball to surge by over 10 percent in just four years simply by showing the kids reading shown and jump that volleyball could be cool in a similar manner dr. stone uses the tools of hyped-up shown and storytelling to demonstrate how interesting fun and rewarding scientific research and experimentation can be and it further amplifies the coolness factor of those things by demonstrating them through an

Apocalyptic adventure story as opposed to like a science fair tournament arc I guess it will take more time to see what effect that’s having on kids than it did to observe hike use impact on high school volleyball but I think that dr. stone could potentially inspire a lot of children to pursue careers in science and medicine it’s impossible to estimate how many at this point but considering how far we’ve gotten with only 0.1 percent of the global population working

In scientific research today just bringing in a few thousand more scientists could have a significant positive impact on humanity’s future and yeah this is all very hypothetical but how many manga or anime can you honestly say that about hypothetically or not even for those of us who don’t end up in science though dr. stone conveys a really powerful and positive humanist message that people even as chrome would put it bad dudes like gin row and magma

Have the potential to do great things that it’s not just morally right but also rational to help others achieve their potential because what benefits the group benefits us as individuals and based on that at least according to cenk whose calculations all seven billion of us are worth fighting to save the series isn’t some flawless moral peril mind you in cheerleading for modern science it does at times threaten to present the modern world as a kind of

Perfect utopia which it definitely isn’t even if it does look that way from caveman standards and I don’t always agree with the show’s specific philosophical stances but that core theme is something that I can 1,000,000% get behind if you’ve got a kid who’s even 1% interested in science I think that this is one of the best pieces of educational media that you could ever expose them to but it only works on either level because above all else it’s

Just a blast to watch or read for that matter it tells a compelling story with a brilliant high concept driven by unconventional conflicts it’s gorgeous to look at pretty damn funny and packed to bursting with interesting likable characters if you like shown in anime and really who doesn’t at least to some extent dr. stone is about as fun and fresh as it gets this video was brought to you by crunchyroll the premier anime streaming platform where you can watch

Dr. stone demon slayer attack on titan sword art online my hero academia and plenty of other hit anime along with a metric ton of cool more obscure titles with new episodes coming out right when they air in Japan and you know anime is not all they offer in the spirit of education for example crunchyroll created a bonus episode of dr. stone that offers a behind-the-scenes look at how the series was produced it’s a fantastic little documentary that

Highlights the creative passion behind this anime and the lengths that its production team went to for the sake of scientific authenticity and if you’ve ever been curious about what goes into making anime in general it also runs through all of the little steps required to bring just one shot out of around 300 per episode to life you can check that out for free on crunchyroll z’ youtube channel link in the doobly-doo or you can watch it as part of the series using

Your crunchyroll premium membership which also grants you access to the hundreds upon hundreds of other great anime in their catalogue and if you don’t have crunchyroll premium yet you can try it for 14 days by signing up for a free trial at crunchyroll.com slash basement those are the reasons I like doctor stone but if you’ve got your own or reasons that you don’t for that matter I’d love to read about them in the comments

Below along with basically anything else you want to say the extra comments and likes that you guys have been leaving have really been helping the channel out so again thank you so much for that I’m Jeff thew professional signing out from my mother’s basement [Music] [Applause] [Music]

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