Concrete Revolutio – THE LAST SONG

Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou - The Last Song

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Titans from outer space, life forms from a mystical world, phantoms and goblins from ancient times, cyborgs created by scientists, relics that rose out of the ruins of ancient civilizations. In another Japan, it's not just a question of "what if"—it's a reality. Some of the superhumans choose to keep their identities a secret, while others bask in their superhuman fame. Jiro Hitoyoshi, member of the Superhuman Bureau, keeps track of their doings. (Source: ANN)

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Japanese: コンクリート・レボルティオ~超人幻想~THE LAST SONG
Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 10, 2016 to Jun 17, 2016
Premiered: Spring 2016
Broadcast: Sundays at 23:00 (JST)
Producers: Bandai Visual, Lantis, Tokyo MX, Animatic, Hakuhodo DY Media Partners, Anime Consortium Japan
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Bones
Source: Original
Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Mystery, Super Power, Demons, Supernatural, Drama, Fantasy
Duration: 24 min per ep
Rating: R+ – Mild Nudity
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Dual Audio


Seiji Mizushima – Director, Storyboard
Tomoyuki Kurokawa – Episode Director
Shou Aikawa – Script, Original Creator
Kazuki Nakashima – Script
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Wareru Doukoku (割レル慟哭)” by ZAQ
ED1: “ALL-WAYS” by Yohske Yamamoto feat. Nami Tamaki ( eps 1-10)
ED2: “THE LAST SONG” by Yohske Yamamoto feat. Nami Tamaki ( ep 11)

Episode List

01: The Superhumans of November
02: The Ones Who Look Into Space
03: Calling Your Name in the Town of Flowers
04: Devila and Devilo
05: Canada Goldenrod
06: Iron Mask Arrives
07: The Never-Ending Battle
08: Steel Ogre
09: The Age of Giant Gods
10: Beast and Maiden
11: Can You Still Sing
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Stronger episodic stories honing in on moral ambiguity and bringing these 60s and 70s conflicts to the modern era. A masterpiece.


This fixed a lot of things I was unhappy about with the first season. I would love to see things like this for other generations of anime.


A great follow up to one of the most underappreciated action shows I’ve ever seen.


An odd and eclectic mix of shounen, mystery and drama that makes for a fun colorful ride.


Incredibly dense theme exploration and world building. Each episode layers its narrative exponentially until its conclusion. Just superb.


Genuinely a really good show if you can keep in check with all the timeline stuff


The non-linear storytelling of both seasons serves little purpose. It has a couple great moments, but you can definitely miss this one.



    Anime is trash and so am I

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