Dr. Stone Season 2 Episode 11 – All Hands on Deck

Quick Summary

In Dr. Stone Season 2 Episode 11, “PROLOGUE OF Dr. STONE,” Senkuu and Tsukasa lay exhausted on the sand. Homura, prowling through the underbrush to elude Kohaku, came across a sight that she could not believe. Hyouga lay, defeated, just meters from her hiding spot. Rage overcame her shock. Seeing her beloved’s attackers lying there, she leapt into action. Does either Senkuu or Tsukasa have any energy left to defend themselves? Even if they fight off Homura, is there any cure for Tsukasa, whose left lung is not only punctured, but collapsed?

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Dr. Stone Season 2 Episode 11: Never bet against Kohaku

Never bet against Kohaku. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.

It’s been a good season. Okay, it’s been a great season. But sometimes, but last episode airs and leaves a bad taste in everyone’s mouth. How did Dr. Stone do? Did it manage to stick the landing?

Oh, who am I kidding? Of course it did. After neatly wrapping up Homura’s attack on our incapacitated heroes, Senkuu turned his attention to an urgent matter: Tsukasa’s injury. I wondered: Would the show hand-wave away what should be a catastrophic injury? Would Dr. Stone wimp out?

Let’s put it this way. Of Tsukasa’s injury, Senkuu said, “I can’t rebuild an organ after it’s been broken.”

Without modern hospital facilities, how will Senkuu save his friend turned nemesis turned friend? Or has Senkuu finally met a challenge that’s beyond him?

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5 thoughts on “Dr. Stone Season 2 Episode 11 – All Hands on Deck

  1. I love series with a dramatic ending – that then follows up with an epilogue to give room for the viewers to relax. More series should use this structure. (Even if it’s not actually a teaser/set up for the next season.)

    1. I like that perspective. It’s like the series ended well, and then gave us a chance to bask in its afterglow!

      So to speak.

      That really doesn’t read as well as it did before I wrote it down!

    1. Now you have me even more interested in the next season! Please do let me know (after it starts airing) who this character is!

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