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Dr. Stone Celebrates Series Finale With Special Promo – Verve Times

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Dr. Stones manga has officially come to an end, and it has celebrate the series’ finale with a special new promo! Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi’s original manga series ended its five year run in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with Chapter 232 of the series. The final arc of Dr. Stone kicked in not that long ago as Senku and the newly expanded Kingdom of Science set their sights on getting to the moon in order to confront the mysterious Why-Man who had turned their world to stone in the first place. With all of that settled, the series has finally bid fans goodbye. 
With 232 chapters of the manga under its belt, Dr. Stone will soon be releasing Volume 25 of the manga on shelves in Japan. To celebrate not only the next physical release of the series (which picks up a very important piece of the series’ final Stone to Space arc) but the manga’s grand finale as well, Shueisha has released a special new promo for Dr. Stone that shares an emotional look at Senku’s grand overall journey from his humble beginnings in the Stone World to the space faring individual we get to see at the series’ end. Check it out for yourself below: 

Dr. Stone’s manga was one of the most unique series running in Shonen Jump as it not only featured a ton of research into real-world sciences and technologies, but much of the time there was no direct antagonist. Even when there was, the series was more about seeing how Senku and the others would use their previous knowledge of science to come up with some kind of new breakthrough that would make their lives easier. That’s what made it so distinct from everything else running in the manga. Not to mention the highly detailed art for series illustrator Boichi. 
This was made all the more clear once Senku and the others actually figured out the main villain’s identity, and thus forged a completely unique path to the end than one would expect from any of the other battle focused series in the magazine. With the series now over, fans can’t wait to see what Inagaki and Boichi move onto next in their future projects! But what do you think? How did you feel about Dr. Stone’s ending? How did you like the series’ run overall? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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