The Summer 2019 anime arrangement has formally started, and one of the greatest most anticipated anime adjustment of Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi’s Dr. Stone. In view of the Weekly Shonen Jump manga of a similar name, Dr. Stone isn’t your average shonen arrangement.

Dr. Stone is where clashes normally center around minds over muscle, sees the intensity of fellowship as often as possible neglect to conquer overpowering chances, and is genuinely reflective.

At Anime Expo 2019, GameSpot asked Weekly Shonen Jump editorial manager Hiroyuki Honda about the changing demographics of shonen stories and the generation behind Dr. Stone.

Hiroyuki Honda said:

“The titles that Weekly Shonen Jump carries is defined by the demographic, and I think the shonen demographics are now just changing,” Honda said. “The popularity is definitely shown in the polls that [stories like Dr. Stone] are the ones the readers now like. The reader demographic defines what is in the titles, so titles like The Promised Neverland and Dr. Stone are very popular now but they might not have been five years ago. And five, ten years down the line these type of stories might not fit what readers want anymore. The demographic defines shonen and that demographic is changing over time.”

Hiroyuki Honda then added:

“Popular authors tend to have a very good grasp of what is popular in the now and an understanding of what will be popular; they’re ahead of their time,” he continued. “Take One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Haikyu, take any popular [Weekly Shonen Jump title] and you’ll see they’re written to be what the readers want while also evolving to be slightly ahead of their time.”

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Dr. Stone is a Japanese manga arrangement composed by Riichiro Inagaki and represented by Boichi, serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 6, 2017 with the individual parts gathered and distributed by Shueisha into ten tankōbon volumes as of April 2019.

Viz Media portrays the manga‘s first volume:

One fateful day, all of humanity was petrified by a blinding flash of light. After several millennia, high schooler Taiju awakens and finds himself lost in a world of statues. However, he’s not alone! His science-loving friend Senku’s been up and running for a few months and he’s got a grand plan in mind—to kickstart civilization with the power of science!”

In 2019, Dr. Stone won the 64th Shogakukan Manga Award for the shōnen class.