Afterschool Charisma, Volume 2

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VIZ Media LLC, Jan 18, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
65 Reviews
History repeats itself... Or does it?

Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for T+ audiences.

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.

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Hmmm. Nice plot twist there. - Goodreads
The character and the plot is terrific and unique - Goodreads
I like the artwork and the story - Goodreads

Review: Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 6 (Houkago no Charisma #6)

User Review  - Louisiana36 - Goodreads

This one gave you all the back story to Shiro and the Kai's how they are related. How they want to liberate the clones but u have to pay attention to what happens to truly u understand Read full review

Review: Afterschool Charisma, Vol. 9 (Houkago no Charisma #9)

User Review  - Holly Fetter - Goodreads

Almost all of this was backstory, and holy crap this was epic! We get the details/history on Kuroe, Kamiya, Kai,and Rockswell-ok Rockswell I didn't care about cause I still think he's a punk,but still. Now everything is falling into place... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Kumiko Suekane worked at a video game company before becoming a successful mangaka. Besides Afterschool Charisma, her other work includes Blood+ A, Once Upon a Glashma (Hajimari no Gurashuma), and Seijou Koucha-kan no Jijou (The Seijou Teahouse Affair).

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