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Riichiro Inagaki and Boichi’s Dr. STONE manga just ended, but the series lives on in the anime adaptation and a new event that’s coming to LaLaport Yokohama in Japan’s Kanagawa prefecture. The collaboration was announced to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the shopping mall’s opening, and fans can look forward to a digital stamp rally, photo ops, original goods and science workshops.


Digital Stamp Rally announcement visual:



Novelty Gift Campaign visual:



Science Workshop visual:



Who better to learn science from than Senku, after all? The workshops are planned for March 21, April 16, and April 23, and will include the making of super balls, slime and more. Numbered tickets will be available on the days of the workshops for those who want to participate, and fans can also register to get a special Dr. STONE clear file. 


Some of the magic to be made at the workshop:



The full event—including the stamp rally, photo opp with life-size cutouts and scheduled workshops—runs at LaLaport Yokohama from March 18 to April 24.



Writer Riichiro Inagaki and illustrator Boichi‘s Dr. STONE manga started on March 6, 2017 in Weekly Shonen Jump, ending with 232 chapters of science fun. The whole series is available to read in English on Manga Plus and Shonen Jump. The series spawned many spin-offs and two completed TV anime seasons, with a third on the way, as well as Dr. STONE Special Episode – RYUSUI, which is set to premiere this summer. The first two seasons are streaming right here on Crunchyroll, which describes it as such:


Several thousand years after a mysterious phenomenon that turns all of humanity to stone, the extraordinarily intelligent, science-driven boy, Senku Ishigami, awakens. Facing a world of stone and the total collapse of civilization, Senku makes up his mind to use science to rebuild the world. Starting with his super strong childhood friend Taiju Oki, who awakened at the same time, they will begin to rebuild civilization from nothing… Depicting two million years of scientific history from the Stone Age to present day, the unprecedented crafting adventure story is about to begin!


Via Comic Natalie




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