Howdy Guys, In this post we are going to be talking about Dr Stone Chapter 161. Besides this, In this post, we have included every detail from the release date to where you can read it legally. Note- This post may contain spoilers of the previous chapter. If spoilers bother you, I suggest you stop here or skip directly to the release date section. Now, let’s get started-

Dr Stone Chapter 161

Is Dr Stone Chapter 161 is On A Delay?

No, Dr Stone Chapter 161 is not on a delay. Stay Tuned on Omnitos for more information regarding the release date.

Dr Stone Chapter 161 Release Date

As for the record, the previous chapter of Dr Stone was published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shounen Jump Issue #37. So, it seems like Chapter 161 is going to release in Shueisha’s Weekly Shounen Jump Issue #38. Furthermore, Dr Stone Chapter 161 is going to release on 10th August 2020. As per the information or According to our sources, the scans of the chapter is going to release on 7th August 2020. Furthermore, the official spoiler of Dr Stone 161 is going to release on 8th August 2020.

Dr Stone 161 Leaks

“It’s Our Turn Next!!!” on the title page.

The group proceeds with its plan to build an infiltration tunnel. After a brief moment of doubt, Chrome resolves as a scientist to do it and begins a roadmap. Tsukasa says they need time, at least two weeks. Ryusui tells the crew that Dr. Xeno thinks he has won and will demand their surrender. Crew reactions vary on how to deal with that, but Ryusui says he doesn’t know when it will happen but relates a quote about biding their time with the enemy.

Senku, whispering from his bed, says they should give Dr. Xeno (via Ukyo) a special present — the Medusa. Ginro is hesitant to give away their secret weapon, but Nikki points out the battery is dead anyway. Ryusui agrees, saying if you’re a scientist like Xeno, if you see that, you feel the need to understand it, since he will realize it’s super-science. They could use it as a threat, making it seem like they have more of them, and Minami wonders who could pull off such a big lie.

Enter Gen, who is utterly shocked and tells Xeno he can’t believe it’s the petrification device. Gen says they picked it up on a southern island and it is like an unexploded shell, able to petrify them instantly. Gen thinks to himself that the only purpose of handing over the device is to make a big bluff. Xeno’s guy (Brody) laughs and says it could just be a bluff, since Gen has already lied about the science leader. Gen is stunned to learn that Senku was the science leader and not Taiju — and mentions they were always together, at which point Xeno remembers a childhood photo Senku apparently sent to him together.

Xeno acknowledges there is no doubt this “elegant device” transcends the old world’s technology. Stanley, who just arrived, asks if the activation is a sequence of time and range of effect. Gen assures him only the brainy guys knew the details but sings that if he immediately attacks, he may be petrified. Xeno muses that since this is an unknown science, there is no way to verify it.

They take Gen below with them (covering his ears and badly singing so they can talk without him a hearing.) Stanley wonders if “IT” will be done, and says that even with petrification rays, he can sneak onboard and lightly subdue them before they can use Medusa. Xeno replies that the timing depends on Brody, their genius mechanic. Brody says to give him two weeks until “IT” is done, which Xeno says is an elegant answer. Gen realizes that they are making something and this has turned into a timed science-vs-science craft battle.

Chrome asks for everyone’s help. When confronted with the prospect of math in the design, Chrome initially panics. Kohaku reminds him of his math battle loss with Senku, but Chrome has improved since then, having learned math he had failed at earlier, and works steadily to make their plan. Chrome finishes and is very proud of his original invention, something unknown even to 21st-century science, the civil engineering rotary loop knife.

The boys identify it as a drill and the chapter ends as Chrome is bested yet again.

About Dr. STONE Manga

Dr. Stone is a Japanese manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi, serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 2017, with the individual chapters collected and published by Shueisha into thirteen tankōbon volumes as of November 2019, also, Viz Media licensed the manga in North America.

It is already live in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in Japan, and the Viz Media site is publishing it in their Weekly Shonen Jump digital anthology magazine in the United States and can be ready from any country through Viz and Mangaplus webcomic websites in English and Spanish (Espanol).

Dr. Stone Manga Discussion

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