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AFTERSCHOOL CHARISMA

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?
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What would it be like to go to high school with such people at Sigmund Freud, Marie Curie and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Ask Shiro, because he can answer you. Well, kind of. As the main character in the manga AFTERSCHOOL CHARISMA, he goes to a high school full of clones. He, in fact, is the only non-clone student there. And they’re not just any type of clones, but clones of famous historical figures.

The clones are under immense pressure to not only do as well as their originals, but to surpass them. The problem is that the clones don’t always want to follow in the footsteps of their originals. Clone Marie Curie wants to get involved with music, not science. Clone Elizabeth I wants to get married. But Clone Marie Curie, after making her musical intentions clear, is soon gone . . . under mysterious circumstances. Would the people who made the clones go so far as to kill them if they don’t behave?

By A.S. on June 26, 2010
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