The second work is titled “After School!”.
The world has been destroyed by nuclear war and a nuclear winter has descended. Young girls, who live in a deep underground facility, look forward to their outdoor activities time after daily classes finish.
For just 30 minutes each day, they have permission to freely play aboveground. However, in stark contrast, they must wear gas masks…
After School! is drawn by Umiharu(うみハル), known for her work on Meikai no Cerberus (GFantasy Comics).
Author: Yasunori Kasuga(春日康徳)
Online publication begins November 2017 on Manga Planet!!
“Only after school, can these girls be free.”
“I found the shortest route!”
Airi is a 12-year-old girl who lives in a deep underground facility.
Cheerful and friendly, she is the type to get those around her involved in whatever she is doing. During her Outdoor Activities time, she is the group leader and hands in an action plan as well as a report.
“This will assure our mutual destruction… We have no choice.”
Kana is a 12-year-old girl and is a member of Airi’s group.
Kana has a frank personality. She is not the type to worry, but quickly moves onto the next thing.
“Have you finished decontaminating?”
Aoi is a 12-year-old girl who is also a member of Airi’s group.
Reserved, she tends to be an individual of few words. Eager to learn more, she even handles the maintenance of her own gas mask herself.
“Okay… everything in moderation.”
Mary is a 12-year-old girl who also belongs to Airi’s group.
She is easygoing and looks after all of the group members. She can be prone to worrying.
Manga copyright © 2017
Author: Yasunori Kasuga
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Translation: qdopp, Inc.
This Manga is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events,
and incidents are either the products pf the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner.
Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.