Buy Pass in PERSON @ SFU

Anime Revolution is proud to partner with the SFU Beedie School of Business to help raise funds for the United Way Charity organization through the BusOne Student Market. 10% of ALL our ticket sales on December 2nd, 2011 @ SFU Surrey will be donated to United Way.  So here is your chance to get your ticket in person and give back …

Blue Dragon Ral Grado

From the illustrator of Death Note, Obata Takeshi brings life to Blue Dragon Ral Grado, which is now also available on the Nintendo DS and Xbox 360 re-drawn by the creators of dragon ball Akira Toriyama. In the world of Blue Dragon Ral Grado, there exist creatures called Kage. The Kage are from another dimension. They say that God has …

Mark Nguyen, and Irulanne and Fighting Dreamers Productions

We have some more confirmed guests for you. Fighting Dreamers Productions has been moved from Pending to Confirmed and we are proud to introduce Husband Wife combo: Mark and Irulanne! Mark Nguyen Best known as part of fandom’s best-known improv team “The 404s”, Mark has been an influence in anime fandom since the early ninties. In addition to heading up hilarious …

Manga Review: Akumetsu

Are you ready for some awesome action-packed, somewhat cliched, thrilling, and definitely psychological adventure? Yes? Akumetsu was one of the first manga under the genre “psychological” that I’ve ever read (sadly at the time, I didn’t know that it was psychological at all).  Even though I tend to avoid reading series that are filed under the “action” category a lot, …

Manga Review: Kyou Kara Ore Wa

I enjoyed this manga since grade 8. Kyou Kara Ore Wa (KKOW) was the first comedy school domination manga I read. The story revolves around Mitsuhashi (the blond) and Itou (the Kappa) with side characters Ima (the fool) and Tanigawa (the weak). The manga starts off with Mitushashi moving into a new neighbourhood, where he decides to use this opportunity …

First Guests Announced: Noah Antwiler & Doug Walker

In case anyone missed it, Anime Revolution is proud to present our first confirmed guests! Noah Antwiler (aka Spoony) is the award-winning creator of The Spoony Experiment; a no holds barred website dedicated to criticizing video games and movies.  His foray into geekdom beginning as an RPG player (both tabletop and videogame alike) has morphed into the internet sensation of …

Manga Review: Psyren

If time travel and psychic powers is your thing, then Psyren is for you. Each issue will captivate you into reading the next.  The manga is based on a high schooler named Yshina Ageha who offers help to people for the price of 10,000 yen.  No matter what the task maybe at hand, he will take care of it. One …

Manga Review: Gamaran

Rurouni Kenshin left a deep impression in a lot of us manga/anime fans, leaving us with a search for more Samurai action. There has been quite a few titles released after Kenshin such as Samurai Deeper Kyo and Peacemaker Kurogane , but hail in comparison. I enjoyed Samurai Deeper Kyo and Peacemaker Kurogane, but they just didn’t have all the elements that …