| Duel Masters: Revolution |
|Release:||August 29th, 2012|
|Booktype:||Paperback Pocket Edition|
|Publisher:||Shonen Sunday Comics|
|Next:||Story of Duel Masters|
|Previous:||Duel Hero: DASH|
- It serialized from the 39th issue of 2012 to the 32nd issue of 2013.
- It debuted in the August 29th, 2012 issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday with an inserted promo of Forever Princess, Eternal Ruler.
- The October 31st, 2012 issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday had a promo card insert for a Knights of Cobalt, Protean Elemental, a card used by the protagonist against an obsessive female suitor. The insert suggested acquiring and using Heaven's Gate to help get this 9-cost creature into play easier.
- Its first tankoban was released on 18th December 2012 with promo version of Cebu Aquman Jr..
- This series features the best artwork of characters, creatures, background and surroundings in Duel Masters manga history.
- This is the 1st series to feature ecchi genre and mature content.
- This series feature a total of 44 Chapters.
Mirai Kouya used to play the Duel Masters card game as a kid, but now that he's 15, he's long since put that stuff behind him. He even buried his old cards in a time capsule. However, when his friend Shiratori Manami drags him to a 'part-time job,' he finds himself once again playing Duel Masters in a card shop. With the feelings of nostalgia this brings up, he and Manami visit their old elementary school that night-- only to find it full of people searching for his time capsule! When Mirai recovers his time capsule, he finds that what is inside is bigger than just a card game, it is something that appears to connect the Duel Masters monsters to reality!
Mirai Kouya is the main protagonist of the series. He is a 15 year old student who loved to play Duel Masters when he was 10 years old. He had to put his cards in a time capsule and bury them. He has the ability to see creatures, but his classmate Manami is unable to see them.
Manami Hakucho (白鳥 愛実) is Mirai's 15-year-old longtime friend since elementary school. She now works at Card Shop Infinity.
Card Shop Infinity's Manager (カードショップ店長) is a bubbly, stringy man who overtly flirts with our young protagonist, Mirai.
Eri Kurozawa (黒澤 恵理) is Card Shop Infinity's owner and she is also the president of HuPo Lab (Institute of Human Potential).