New York Comic Con takes place April 18-20 in the Jacob Javits Center and will feature guests from across the pop culture spectrum. Looking specifically at anime, manga, and Japanese pop culture, the New York Comic Con is bringing in Japanese Pop Star T.M.Revolution for his first performance ever in New York City. T.M.Revolution will be available for interviews between 1 and 4 PM on Thursday, April 17, 2008, at the private room in the Jacob Javits Center.


T.M.Revolution’s biography follows:
T.M.Revolution (short for Takanori Makes Revolution) entered the Japanese music scene in 1996 with the single “Dokusai ~monopolize~.” Over the next six years, he developed a massive following in Japan, with his fanbase turning international in October 2002 with the release of “INVOKE,” the theme song to the anime series Gundam SEED. He gained further international acclaim with “Web of Night,” used in the Japanese version of Spider-Man 2, and “Ignited,” his second song featured in Gundam. T.M.Revolution recently celebrated his 10 year anniversary, which included a special birthday concert at Universal Studios Japan and the launch of abingdon boys school, a band based around his vocals. Their first single, “INNOCENT SORROW,” was used as the opening theme to the anime series D.Gray-man. Now, in 2008, with abingdon boys school a success, T.M.Revolution will return to his roots as a solo artist. He will perform the theme song to Soul Eater, and upcoming anime series launching later this month in Japan, and he plans to make his New York Comic Con concert a new personal start.

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Written by Peter Tatara