Dr. Stone: The Stone Wars (E9- To Destroy And Save) Tough Decisions And Missed Chances | Anime-Versal Reviews Podcast
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Join Kyle (LRMornings, The Cantina Podcast) Christine (LRM’s No Mercy Podcast), and Brian (PulpMythos on YouTube) as they review Dr. STONE: The Stone Wars
Late in 2019, the Cartoon Network’s Toonami segment started airing an interesting post-apocalyptic anime called Dr. STONE. The series was a huge hit in the west, let alone the east, and now the English dub is finally here! If you want to know why we’re covering the Dub, check out our Season 1 Recap HERE.
Episode 9 (To Destroy and Save) of The Stone Wars takes us on an exciting, and nearly immediate, 8-minute thrill ride followed by 7 minutes of great story development. What about the other 7 to 8 minutes? Well… let’s say that there is room for improvement. However, those last few minutes leave room for fear of missing the landing. What’s next? We don’t know, but we’re excited! This show is exhilarating after all.
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