Senku and Taiju emerge from their petrification several thousand years after everyone in the world had turned to stone. It’s up to them to rescue everyone else and restore civilization.
Behind the Scenes of Dr. STONE
King of the Stone World
Weapons of Science
Fire the Smoke Signal
Stone World The Beginning
Two Nations of the Stone World
Where Two Million Years Have Gone
Let There Be the Light of Science
A Flimsy Alliance
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Lonely thirty-seven-year-old Satoru Mikami is stuck in a dead-end job, unhappy with his mundane life, but after dying at the hands of a robber, he awakens to a fresh start in a fantasy realm...as a slime monster! As he acclimates to his goopy new existence, his exploits with the other monsters set off a chain of events that will change his new world...
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Both of these amusing shounen series feature someone with modern-day knowledge thrust into a new world where they have to start over. One ends up in a magical world with technology reminiscent of the middle ages, while the other winds up in the distant future where humanity has reverted back to the stone age.
Both protagonists are trying to rebuild civilization from scratch, one with ridiculous powers that the world has never seen before, and the other as a slime.
They both involve having to get used to a new way of living. Starting a new society. Working together and building a society.
Avid bookworm and college student Motosu Urano ends up dying in an unforeseen accident. This came right after the news that she would finally be able to work as a librarian like she had always dreamed of. When she regained consciousness, she was reborn as Myne, the daughter of a poor soldier. She was in the town of Ehrenfest, which had a harsh class system...
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Senku wants to rebuild humanity's lost technology. Myne just wants to make books. But the way both these young people are forced to go about it in the low-tech worlds they live in is quite similar. Fulfilling their dreams is a slow, exhausting, time-consuming process that doesn't guarantee success in spite of their hard work and the unique knowledge they possess from the lives they lived before being thrust into their new environment. Nothing comes easy to either of them, but their determination and willingness to keep going regardless of the obstacles trying to hold them back make both these anime intriguing and fun to watch.
"Ascendance of a Bookworm" and "Dr. stone" are both about someone with knowledge that is far more advanced than their enviroment. Though in my opionion "... Bookworm" does it FAR better. If you liked Dr. Stone for it's "Future man" plot then you might like "AoB". If you didn't like Dr. Stone becuase of it's extreemly lose science and just plain stupidity(like nearly 4000 years of counting seconds...) then you might like "Ascendance of a Bookworm".
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Ever since he was little, Souma Yukihira's main goals have been to beat his father in a cooking contest and take over the family diner. That's why, when his dad suddenly announces that he's shutting the restaurant down and sending Souma to cooking school, Souma is shocked. However, Tohtsuki Academy is no ordinary cooking school. This elite institution is...
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The way food is central in food wars, in the same way science is central in Dr. Stone. Both series feature main characters obsessed with reaching a higher level of understanding of these central elements. Much of the episodes are also spent in explaining the details behind how these central elements work, how the raw materials that construct a meal or a piece of technology function and their importance.
Both shows are about a main character who is extremely invested in the subject of the anime and are a prodigy in their field, with Food Wars it's food production, with Dr. Stone it's science. Both have a troupe of friends who help them, they're both shounen-structured, and both have a lot of educational elements, and are created with passion for their subject matter. If you like unique shounen focused on an interesting subject of real life, you'll like both.