Afterschool Charisma Manga List
A complete list of all Afterschool Charisma Manga Volumes by
Kumiko Suekane, published by Viz Media, along with links to buy on Amazon.
Famous historical figures return as clones, but are they doomed to repeat the fate of their progenitors, or can they create their own destines?
St. Kleio Academy is a very exclusive school. To enroll, a student must be the clone of a famous historical figure. Wolfgang Mozart, Queen Elizabeth, Sigmund Freud, Marie Curie, Adolf Hitler—with such a combustible student body, it’s only a matter of time before the campus explodes!
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 1 (1)
SHIRO KAMIYA (2XXX– )
The only non-clone at St. Kleio Academy, a school dedicated to the clones of great historical personages. Shiro’s father is a professor at the academy. Why is a regular kid taking classes at the school? Nobody seems to know for sure.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 2 (2)
JOAN OF ARC (1412-1431)
A patriotic young French maiden. After beginning to hear voices at the age of 13, Joan led the French army in the liberation of Orleans in the Hundred Years’ War against Britain. But not long afterward, she was convicted of heresy by a religious tribunal and burned to death at the stake.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 3 (3)
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769–1821)
Leader of France during the first French Empire. Became known as a hero for his victories as a general and went on to seize absolute control of the state in a coup d’état. As emperor, Napoleon’s rule spanned almost all of Europe, but opposition to his rule grew widespread after his army suffered a bitter defeat by the cruel Russian winter, leading to his eventual seizure and exile. Even then, Napoleon managed to return to power for a time, only to be exiled once again. He died on Saint Helena Island.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 4 (4)
Florence Nightingale (1820–1910)
British nurse who made tremendous contributions to the modern nursing system. Received her nursing education in Germany before serving as chief nurse in a London hospital. Drafted into military service during the Crimean War, Nightingale strove to improve sanitation amid the wretched conditions of the military field hospital she managed. Also recognized as a pioneering statistician for her tireless compilation of statistical materials. During her military service, her beneficence and dedication to her hospital rounds at night earned her the nicknames “the Lady with the Lamp” and “the Angel of the Crimea.”
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 5 (5)
ADOLF HITLER (1889–1945)
Adolf Hitler was the infamous ruler of fascist Germany. In his youth he aspired to be a painter but was rejected from art school. He worked as a day laborer before enlisting in the army and serving in World War I. After the war he became involved in the National Socialist German Worker’s Party (the Nazi Party), expanding its influence and becoming its leader. Hitler’s charismatic oratory garnered many followers and led to his appointment as chancellor. In that position, he disbanded all rival political parties and established a single–party dictatorship. He declared himself the “Fuhrer,” or supreme ruler, and called his reign the “Third Reich.” Germany’s invasion of Poland instigated World War II, while domestically Hitler maintained strict control of the ideology of the citizenry, initiating the genocide of the Jewish people known as the “Holocaust.” Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker in 1945after Berlin fell to the Allies.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 6 (6)
ELIZABETH I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I was an English Queen. The second daughter of Henry VIII, Elizabeth’s royal standing was called into question for a period of time following her mother’s execution. At the age of 25 she succeeded the throne after the death of her sister Mary I. Her appointment was warmly welcomed by her subjects. Under her reign, England defeated the Spanish Armada in 1588, achieving a major advancement in the nation’s international standing. The country enjoyed great industrial, economic and cultural prosperity during Elizabeth’s rule, and the period is often considered a golden age. Elizabeth never married and was consequently known as the “Virgin Queen.”
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 7 (7)
SIGMUND FREUD (1856–1939)
Sigmund Freud was an Austrian psychopathologist. He studied at the University of Vienna and joined the faculty there after graduation. He pursued research in neurology and worked as a clinical physician, treating patients suffering from hysteria and similar conditions. Based on this work, Freud went on to pioneer the discipline of psychoanalysis. He developed a very close relationship with the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung, despite the difference in their ages, but later in life the two became estranged due to differences in their psychological beliefs. As a Jew, Freud was forced into exile in London due to the rise of the Nazis, where he died a year later at the age of 83.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 8 (8)
IKKYU SOJUN (1394–1481)
A Buddhist monk of the Rinzai school in the middle Muromachi period, Sojun was rumored to be the illegitimate son of Emperor Go-Komatsu. After leaving home in 1399 to enter the Ankoku-ji temple, in 1410 he became the student of an abbot called Ken’o at Saikin-ji temple. There he was given the name “Sojun.” He was known for his poetry, comical tanka poems, calligraphic works, and eccentricities. Many stories of Sojun’s legendary wit were composed after his death.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 9 (9)
ROCKSWELL (19XX– )
Current director of St. Kleio Academy, a school exclusively for the clones of famous historical personages, he is also a major sponsor of the academy. Seems to have a longstanding relationship with Mr. Kuroe, a member of the academy’s staff, and Dr. Kamiya, a professor at the academy. The details of his upbringing and the reasons for his involvement in the academy are unknown.
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 10 (10)
St. Kleio Academy is a very exclusive school: all of the students are clones of famous historical figures such as Beethoven, Queen Elizabeth I, Napoleon, Mozart, and Freud. All of them, that is, except for Shiro Kamiya. As Shiro struggles to adapt to this unusual campus, St. Kleio’s first graduate, a clone of John F. Kennedy, is killed. Are the clones doomed to repeat the fate of their genetic progenitors, or can they create their own destinies? And how does a normal boy like Shiro fit in?
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 11 (11)
Twin boys from Clone Nightingale’s distant past are planning to attack the academy, bent on avenging their mother’s death. But their plot goes awry, and the brothers are separated. The younger twin attempts to abduct Nightingale, who is now at large. The incident sparks a chain of events that sends all of the clones toward disaster!
Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 12 (12)
In the suspenseful final installment of the Afterschool Charisma series, the devastating Clone Protection Act has passed, and Shiro’s efforts to lead his classmates to freedom are stymied. In the midst of this turmoil, one of Shiro’s confidants comes out as a rogue agent, determined to eliminate the clone student body! The ensuing battle reveals to the public the immense pressure the students of St. Kleio have endured. Will the resulting fallout benefit the clones or the corrupt figureheads attempting to control them?
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