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Dr. Stone (ドクターストーン Dokutā Sutōn) is a manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki, illustrated by Boichi and published in Weekly Shonen Jump. The series has been running ever since March 6th of 2017 in the 14th issue of Shuiesha Inc's manga anthology, Weekly Shonen Jump.

Synopsis

In the modern world, every human on the planet was turned into stone after a mysterious flash of light. This manga tells the story of how a group of people try to rebuild civilization in a Stone World. One of the main characters' first creations undoes the Petrification and is called the stone formula.

The manga also contains information on various scientific creations, listed in Inventions and Discoveries, and details scientific processes.

Chapters

Chapters and Volumes

For a list of all chapters and volumes, see Chapters and Volumes.

Gallery

Weekly Shonen Jump Covers

For Weekly Shonen Jump covers, refer to here.

Japanese Volume Covers

English Volume Covers

Reception

Awards and Nominations

Oricon Rankings and Copies Sold

  • Volume 1 peaked at 18th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 36,075 copies, as of July 9, 2017.[1]
  • Volume 2 peaked at 14th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 50,088 copies, as of September 10, 2017.[2]
  • Volume 3 peaked at 16th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 48,180 copies, as of December 10, 2017.[3]
  • Volume 4 peaked at 16th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 66,013 copies, as of February 11, 2018.[4]
  • Volume 5 peaked at 13th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 71,288 copies, as of April 15, 2018.[5]
  • Volume 6 peaked at 15th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 76,893 copies, as of July 15, 2018.[6]
  • Volume 7 peaked at 18th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 78,427 copies, as of September 16, 2018.[7]
  • Volume 8 peaked at 19th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 76,599 copies, as of December 16, 2018.[8]
  • Volume 9 peaked at 10th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 77,121 copies, as of February 17, 2019.[9]
  • Volume 10 peaked at 13th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 73,893 copies, as of April 14, 2019.[10]
  • Volume 11 peaked at 10th place on the weekly Oricon manga chart and has sold 81,274 copies, as of July 14, 2019.[11]
  • Volume 12 TBA

References

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Chapters and Volumes
Volume 1 1234567Extras
Volume 2 89101112131416Extras
Volume 3 17181519202122232425Extras
Volume 4 262728293031323334Extras
Volume 5 353637383940414243Extras
Volume 6 444546474849505152Extras
Volume 7 535455565758596061Extras
Volume 8 626364656667686970Extras
Volume 9 717273747576777879Extras
Volume 10 808182838485868788Extras
Volume 11 899091929394959697Extras
Volume 12 9899100101102103104105106Extras
Volume 13 107108109110111112113114115Extras
Volume 14 116117118119120121122123124Extras
Volume 15 125126127128129130131132133Extras
Volume 16 134135136137138139140141142Extras
Volume 17 143144145146147148149150151Extras
Volume 18 152153154155156157158159160
Volume 19 161162163164165166167168169
Volume 20 170171172173174175176177178
Volume 21 179180181182183184185186187
Volume 22 188189190191192193194195196
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format 197198199200201202203204205