History Manga / Nana

3rd Nov '17 10:06:31 PM MackWylde
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* GreyandGreyMorality / WhiteandGreyMorality: There really are no true antagonists but a rather SliceOfLife story with complex, human, and relatable characters.

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* GreyandGreyMorality GreyAndGreyMorality / WhiteandGreyMorality: WhiteAndGreyMorality: There really are no true antagonists but a rather SliceOfLife story with complex, human, and relatable characters.
3rd Nov '17 10:06:12 PM MackWylde
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* GreyandGreyMorality / WhiteandGreyMorality: There really are no true antagonists but a rather SliceOfLife story with complex, human, and relatable characters.
3rd Nov '17 10:04:07 PM MackWylde
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: Under all the emotional hardships and depressing elements of both the series and the manga is a heartfelt, realistic, relevant, and hopeful message of "as long as we are alive something good will happen"
22nd Sep '17 9:41:06 PM Chocoroll
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* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Hachi's neglect of Shouji in favor of focusing her energy on Nana and Blast is part of the reason why [[spoiler:Shoji strays.]] Averted with [[spoiler:Nana and Ren whose love for one another did not dim while he was with Trapnest.]]

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* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Hachi's neglect of Shouji Shoji in favor of focusing her energy on Nana and Blast is part of the reason why [[spoiler:Shoji strays.]] Averted with [[spoiler:Nana and Ren whose love for one another did not dim while he was with Trapnest.]]



* DarkerandEdgier: This is a shoujo manga, not josei. But because all of the characters have realistic flaws and are constantly making poor choices because of those flaws, it can easily be mistaken for josei.

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* DarkerandEdgier: DarkerAndEdgier: This is a shoujo manga, not josei. But because all of the characters have realistic flaws and are constantly making poor choices because of those flaws, it can easily be mistaken for josei.



* TheFellowshipHasEnded: Happens twice. [[spoiler: The first is when Shouji cheats on Nana which effectively ends the friend group of him, Nana, Kyousuke, and Junko. The second is when Hachi picks Takumi over Nobu, which basically removes her "Team Mom" role from BLAST.]]

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* TheFellowshipHasEnded: Happens twice. [[spoiler: The first is when Shouji Shoji cheats on Nana which effectively ends the friend group of him, Nana, Kyousuke, and Junko. The second is when Hachi picks Takumi over Nobu, which basically removes her "Team Mom" role from BLAST.]]



* GratuitousEnglish: The grammar is good, but the pronunciation varies: In TheMovie, Mika Nakashima (Nana) has a very thick accent. The anime series used one bilingual singer and one who isn't fluent in English but has a good accent. On the other hand, bad English would be in-character.

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* GratuitousEnglish: The grammar is good, but the pronunciation varies: varies. In TheMovie, Mika Nakashima (Nana) has a very thick accent. The anime series used one bilingual singer and one who isn't fluent in English but has a good accent. On the other hand, bad English would be in-character.



* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Considering most of the male cast is near six feet or above... [[spoiler:But mostly present in Shouji/Sachiko.]]

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* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Considering most of the male cast is near six feet or above... [[spoiler:But mostly present in Shouji/Sachiko.Shoji/Sachiko.]]
4th Jul '17 10:13:22 AM nombretomado
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The manga ''Nana'' is technically {{shoujo}}, but according to TheOtherWiki, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Nana_%28manga%29#.22Genre.22 it's often been confused for]] {{josei}}, and according to that same wiki, by 2005, it was the fourth best selling {{shoujo}} manga. The first live action movie was the #2 film in Japan in 2005, behind only the latest film from Creator/StudioGhibli. The anime ran for 47 episodes, and is licensed for distribution in North America.

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The manga ''Nana'' is technically {{shoujo}}, but according to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Nana_%28manga%29#.22Genre.22 it's often been confused for]] {{josei}}, and according to that same wiki, by 2005, it was the fourth best selling {{shoujo}} manga. The first live action movie was the #2 film in Japan in 2005, behind only the latest film from Creator/StudioGhibli. The anime ran for 47 episodes, and is licensed for distribution in North America.
18th Apr '17 6:58:35 PM nombretomado
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The manga ''Nana'' is technically {{shoujo}}, but according to TheOtherWiki, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Nana_%28manga%29#.22Genre.22 it's often been confused for]] {{josei}}, and according to that same wiki, by 2005, it was the fourth best selling {{shoujo}} manga. The first live action movie was the #2 film in Japan in 2005, behind only the latest film from StudioGhibli. The anime ran for 47 episodes, and is licensed for distribution in North America.

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The manga ''Nana'' is technically {{shoujo}}, but according to TheOtherWiki, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Nana_%28manga%29#.22Genre.22 it's often been confused for]] {{josei}}, and according to that same wiki, by 2005, it was the fourth best selling {{shoujo}} manga. The first live action movie was the #2 film in Japan in 2005, behind only the latest film from StudioGhibli.Creator/StudioGhibli. The anime ran for 47 episodes, and is licensed for distribution in North America.
12th Mar '17 1:20:07 PM creader
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* BadGuyWins: [[spoiler: Takumi, probably the closest this series has to an antagonist, ultimately marries Nana and fathers her children. Though it seems she EVENTUALLY divorces him in the future.]]
* BaitAndSwitchLesbians: [[spoiler:The hinted infatuation between the two Nanas is practically thrown overboard as the series progresses. ]]
* BastardBoyfriend: Takumi to Hachi. Takumi attempts to manipulate and control Nana, and [[spoiler: rapes her on two occasions]]

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* BadGuyWins: TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: Takumi, probably the closest this series has to an antagonist, ultimately marries Nana and fathers her children. Though it seems she EVENTUALLY divorces him in the future.]]
* BaitAndSwitchLesbians: [[spoiler:The hinted infatuation between the two Nanas is practically thrown overboard as the series progresses. ]]
* BastardBoyfriend: Takumi to Hachi. Takumi attempts to manipulate and control Nana, and [[spoiler: rapes her on two occasions]]occasions.]]



** The manga is possibly even worse (or better, depending on your point of view) in this respect. The Nanas regularly ask the author to hurry up boring scenes, and at one point chastise her for [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic overusing]] [[SevenIsNana number seven-related symbolism]].

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** The manga is possibly even worse (or better, depending on your point of view) in this respect. The Nanas regularly ask the author to hurry up boring scenes, and at one point chastise her for [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic overusing]] overusing [[SevenIsNana number seven-related symbolism]].
6th Nov '16 9:42:30 PM virgofall
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* CompeteForTheMaiden'sHand: Takumi and Nobu with Hachi

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* CompeteForTheMaiden'sHand: CompeteForTheMaidensHand: Takumi and Nobu with Hachi
1st Nov '16 4:33:56 PM FourTris89
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* CompeteForTheMaiden'sHand: Takumi and Nobu with Hachi
30th Aug '16 5:49:55 AM pimpdaddy
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* OppositesAttract

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* OppositesAttractOppositesAttract: Despite being exact opposites right down to their family origins, the two Nanas seem to enjoy each other's differences.
* PoorCommunicationKills: Virtually all the drama and tension in the series is from characters being to proud or humiliated to actually clarify what's on their mind, and letting everyone's worst imaginations run wild.
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