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Dr. Stone Episode 8 - Stone Road

Kohaku’s sister, village priestess Ruri, is gravely ill. Senku, Chrome and Kohaku begin their quest to make antibiotics to save her life.

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Behind the Scenes of Dr. STONE

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Behind the Scenes of Dr. STONE

Stone World

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Stone World

King of the Stone World

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King of the Stone World

Weapons of Science

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Weapons of Science

Fire the Smoke Signal

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Fire the Smoke Signal

Stone World The Beginning

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Stone World The Beginning

Two Nations of the Stone World

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Two Nations of the Stone World

Where Two Million Years Have Gone

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Where Two Million Years Have Gone

Stone Road

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Stone Road

Let There Be the Light of Science

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Let There Be the Light of Science

A Flimsy Alliance

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A Flimsy Alliance

Clear World

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Clear World

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says

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.

WinTheWarOnPants WinTheWarOnPants says

"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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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.

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