I guess that depends on what your hypothesis of what reality of life after the revolution would look like.
I would to think that in a life after a revolution that ends in anarchy there would would be no need or desire for an 'entertainment industry'. Entertainment in the form of movies,video games, pop music, etc is at best an escape from the drudgery of a life that doesn't stimulate us to the point we must seek excitement and sensation through mediated passive activities and hobbies, and at worst a form of social control that works to further alienate us from each other and ourselves and reinforces some of the worst parts of this culture (capitalism relations, racism, negative relationships to sex and our bodies, etc, etc).
I would like to hope that in a ideal world I would be too busy doing the things I did to survive and enjoying the company of friends and the entertainment we can create through story-telling, games, making music together etc to need Naruto and manga.
But, once again, who the fuck knows what life post any revolution would look like. If you think keeping Naruto after such a revolution is an important part of your life, by all means, struggle for it. But I think you'll find it isn't worth fighting for.