Seven Seas Entertainment Powers Up With Concrete Revolutio: The Complete Saga Omnibus Collection

(LOS ANGELES, October 25, 2016) – Seven Seas Entertainment is excited to announce the license acquisition of Concrete Revolutio: The Complete Saga, a manga series of superhuman proportions!

Concrete Revolutio: The Complete Saga is a two-volumes-in-one omnibus collection, based on the popular original anime, Concrete Revolutio, from acclaimed Japanese studio BONES—known for its original works such as Space Dandy and Darker than Black. Concrete Revolutio: The Complete Saga is written by Aikawa Shou, best known for his novel adaptation of the fan-favorite Love Hina, and Japanese manga artist, Nylon.

In a world where super-powered individuals have begun populating the Earth, the Superhuman Bureau is established to oversee their superhuman activities and keep them a secret from the general public. However, the population of super-powered individuals continues to grow, and every day sees another crop of superhumans, aliens, robots, and supernatural creatures appearing across the globe! Whether using their abilities for good or evil, it all needs to be kept a secret from the human race. That's where the Superhuman Bureau comes in—tasked with finding, assessing and controlling these individuals. However, new recruit Jiro Hitoyoshi finds things aren't as clear-cut as he expected, especially when, five years later, he finds himself on the other end of the equation.

Seven Seas will present Concrete Revolutio: The Complete Saga, for the first time in print in North America as a single omnibus edition. Concrete Revolutio: The Complete Saga will be released on June 27, 2017 for $19.99 USA / $22.99 CAN.

About Seven Seas Entertainment
Established in 2004, Seven Seas Entertainment specializes in bringing the best of Japanese manga to North American audiences, and producing original comics, graphic novels, and youth literature. Seven Seas is distributed by Tor/Macmillan. For more information, visit the publisher's web site www.gomanga.com.

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