Nana, Vol. 21 (Nana #21)
Tragedy strikes as the Search Weekly team takes their snooping too far! Hounded to the limit by remorseless reporters, Ren spins his car off the icy road in a horrible accident that will change the course of everyone's future...
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The ultimate cruelty is the uncertainty as to whether or not the series will ever be finished due to Yazawa's illness. Will we will ever know if those who belong together will ever embrace once more?
Ok, so I FINALLY finished Nana and I’m jumping up and down because of how happy I am.
This was one of the worst stories I’ve read in a while, and trust me this says a lot. I can’t believe Yazawa dragged this useless story- Oh wait, I totally forgot. This series DOES NOT HAVE A FUCKING STORY! It’s all about useless drama thrown all around for the sake of what? Putting some manga artwork to good use? Maybe. But I still fail to see what the story is there ...more
"If you're going to confess your love, you have to take care of things first! Don't make her cry by having unfinished business!" - Nana
Here are my assumptions/thoughts/questions:
-Clearly Nana is not ok, and I am guessing she just up and disappears one day. This has a spiral effect, ...more
Perchè è finito così! Perchè Ren è morto..perchè ho pianto come una fontanella per tutto il volumetto?
E' stato davvero straziante...non volevo crederci...e Nana...piangevo anche per lei..per tutti....il funerale poi...e questi flash della vita odierna che mi fanno pensare a cosa potrà succedere, ma non lo sapremo per un bel pezzo. La povera Yazawa non sta bene...e un seguito sembra lontano.
Voolevo centellinarlo ma non ce l'ho fatta! li ho letti di seguito non riuscivo a ...more
as much as I've hated Ren ever since he left Nana and went to Tokyo, I crashed when I read that he's dead, over n over again. this was just too much to take at this point for the characters, as well as the readers. I keep wondering what will happen to Nana because so far, she's the only one who's future remain a mystery.
I'd fly to Japan n ask Yazawa to finish it as soon as possible because if this is never finished and we're left with this cliffhanger, sad ending I'll ha ...more
Today I’m having a work, which has been on a hiatus since 2009. To say the truth in the very beginning of the story I got very bored, but I just wanted to know what really happened so I continued to read it. And oh my, I loved this story. I hate that the author hasn’t been writing, but she has her problems, therefore I can only guess what happened in the end of the story. But let me tell you why I both loved and hated this story.
This story is very realistic; I cou ...more
Series as a whole: 2.5/5 stars.
So let me begin my review with the story of my first time reading the series. This was back when I was a teenager. I had a different library system that only had the first 9 volumes. Due to that, that is all I read. I never knew what happened next and I moved on in life with the memories of how much I enjoyed the first 9 volumes.
Currently the library I am connected to had all of the ...more
En cuanto a la historia, tengo mis momentos. Hachi es un personaje que me desespera muchísimo, pero también con el que a veces me siento identificada. Es una mujer normal que se ve envuelta entre personajes excepcionales ...more
NANA is a tale of emotions,about emotions and people wishing for them,wishing against them and simply not knowing what to do about them
NANA is a story that stopped ages ago due to AI Yazawa-sensei illness.
it was cut off in a cliffhanger that can make you to scream in frustration and bow in front of sensei's magnificent work, seeing there are few mangas out there so realistic and raw.
every time i read it i feel confused,enthralled,pissed off,indignant and awed by the emotional rollercoaster this ...more
I never thought I'd fall in love with reading manga again and Nana made me do just that. I got hooked from the first chapter and could not stop reading until I read everything (during our downtimes in a trip out of town I practically didn't do anything other than read Nana). The art is exactly the way I want it (though Clamp art is still definitely my favorite) and the ...more
To be totally honest, I have never cried because of manga, but today I did. I read today Nana vol 21, which is also currently the last one because manga author Ai Yazawa has not yet continued her Nana manga. I really do hope Ai Yazawa will continue her Nana manga series. Vol 21 left Nanas story incomplete and Nana deserves ending.
After reading all 21 mangas, I have to say that Nana is well written. Characters are individual, interesting and plot keeps you going. You just can not st ...more
¿Dónde está ナナ Nan ...more
I agree, it really was a relief to see Satsuki and Yasu after the gut-punches in the main timeline. Ooooh mama.
The last volume (the series is on hiatus) was a shock. I didn't see it coming. I thought all the tragedy would be with Nana and her going missing, but I never quite expected there to be other major tragedies. I woke up early this morning to finish reading this manga, and by breakfast my eyes were puffy and my glasses and cheeks were stained with tears! THIS VOLUME ...more
Yazawa started her manga publishing life in 1985; throughout 15 years of publishing, she wrote over 10 series in Ribon. While most of her manga continues to be published in Japan by Shueisha, publishers of Ribon and Cookie ...more