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Dr. Stone Chapter 199: Dr. Xeno Joins Senku and the Kingdom of Science

In Chapter 198, we have seen how Senku revives all of the members of the Kingdom of Science, along with the new friends that they met during their adventure.

In addition to the revived friends, Senku decides to depetrify the leader of the enemy that almost killed all of them. Dr. Stone Chapter 198 sees Senku reviving Dr. Xeno after being petrified for more than 7 years.

Now that the Kingdom of Science has been restored, will they be able to achieve their new goal? We bring you the newest chapter updates for Riichiro Inagaki’s Dr. Stone manga series.

Chapter 199 Discussions and Predictions

The previous instalment of the Dr. Stone manga series covered the revival of the members of the Kingdom of Science. While Suika took many years to recreate the revival fluid, Senku managed to recreate it in just one day. In fact, Senku recreated a total of 17 doses of revival fluid.

Everyone is celebrating their revival when Chrome decided to leave as he’s trying to do his business. Here, we got to see Chrome Senku and Tsukasa talking with each other about the capabilities of Medusa. The manga reveals that Medusa, the petrification tool, was able to revive even a dead person. Tsukasa said that Medusa can make them immortal.

Upon hearing these words, Chrome reveals himself. Chrome was thrilled while saying that Kaseki will no longer die.

As the manga continues, Senku and Tsukasa set a new plan – to reach the moon and ask Why-man about his real motives. To make it happen, Senku decided to revive Dr. Xeno – one of NASA’s rocketry experts.

Dr. Xeno maybe a threat to all of them but as long as he doesn’t have Stanley on his side, Tsukasa can handle him alone. The Kingdom of Science proposed some offers to Dr. Xeno to which he agreed. Dr. Stone Chapter 198 marks the alliance between Senku and Dr. Xeno as they start their journey to create a rocket that will reach the moon.

The next chapter will likely cover the progress of the rocket creation. But knowing that this will not be an easy task, it’s likely that we will be getting another adventure.

Chapter 199 Release Date

Will there be a delayed release for the next manga chapter? Fortunately, it seems that everything is doing well for the series. According to the official announcement, Dr. Stone Chapter 199 will be released on Sunday, June 6, 2021.

While the staff already revealed the official release date of the next manga chapter, please note that it may face some unforeseen circumstances. We will be updating this post once there is any changes for the release of the next manga chapter of Dr. Stone.

Chapter 199 Spoilers and Raw Scans

Raw scans and spoilers are usually being leaked online before the official release date of the manga. It is usually posted online around two to three days before the scheduled release. That being said, expect to see the Dr. Stone Chapter 199 spoilers and raw scans starting on June 4th.

Read Dr. Stone Chapter 199

You can read the upcoming Dr. Stone Chapter 197 from the official distributors such as Manga Plus by Shueisha and Viz Media. For those who are following the science adventure of Senku on mobile devices, we recommend using the official Manga Plus app to have a better user experience.

Manga Plus is available on both iOS and Android devices. Download the app from the links below:

About Dr. Stone

Dr. Stone manga series was created by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi. Dr. Stone manga has been serialized and becomes part of the Weekly Shonen Jump in 2017. Since its serialization, the manga already managed to garner a total of 20 volumes.

Dr. Stone follows the science genius Senku Ishigami, who wants to revive all humans and restore the world after being petrified. With the help of his friends, Senku will be doing his best to make his new dream come true.

About Dr. Stone

Dr. Stone follows the story of Senku Ishigami, a 15-year-old genius who wants to discover the truth about global petrification. With the help of his friends, Senku traveled around the world to restore humanity.

Dr. Stone is a Japanese manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi. The manga has been serialized and becomes part of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in March 2017. Currently, Dr. Stone manga already reached 21 volumes. In July 2019, the first season of the Dr. Stone TV animation premiered.

By Billy Cortez

Billy is an anime geek fan. He loves reading manga and watching anime during his free time. His favorite anime and manga series are One Piece and Hunter x Hunter.