Man, I totally called it when I said that the village and Ruri knowing who Senku was all thanks to his Dad leaving some type of legacy behind in my last review. Now, in Dr. STONE Episode 16, we got to learn more about Senku’s dad and his own dreams. […]
It seems the plot continues to thicken in Dr. STONE Episode 15 as we finally learn the name of the village and what Ruri knows about Senku.
As I predicated from my last review, it’s ended up being Chrome who defeats Magma using science, with a little help from a mentalist. Dr. STONE Episode 14 highlights both Senku’s insane IQ and Chrome incredibly fast-learning ability.
Well, things took an unexpected turn this week’s episode of Dr. STONE Episode 13.
Once again, Dr. STONE Episode 12 firmly reminds me why I enjoy this anime so much! I’ve known that hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide are poisonous to humans, however, what I didn’t know is that you can use silver as a sensor to detect these dangerous gases. Probably obvious […]
Even though I’m enjoying these casual, somewhat slice of life science stuff in Dr. STONE Episode 11, I’m about ready to see some change of pace!
Science is quite exhilarating.! This anime has really come to make me be appreciative of all the things I’ve taken for granted as a 21st century man. That last scene really made the whole episode for me.
Right, I’m really not sure what to even talk about here. Don’t get me wrong, Dr. STONE Episode 8 was fun as hell to watch but aside from Ruri’s mysterious knowledge on various things that should be out of their scope, the rest of it barely even warrants a review.
Things are really starting to get interesting in Dr. STONE Episode 7 as Senku finally gets to Kohaku’s village as he meets up with the locals.