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Nana, Tome 1 (Nana #1)

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Deux jeunes filles portant un prénom synonyme de bonheur vont, par leur propre volonté, mettre leur destin en marche. Voici deux histoires d'amours et d'émotions vécues en parallèle par ces deux jeunes filles portant le même prénom "Nana" !!
Paperback, 180 pages
Published October 11th 2004 by Delcourt (first published May 15th 2000)
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Aug 20, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A review of the entire manga series. No real plot spoilers, but very vague references to future events.

My all-time favorite manga. The story of two girls, punk rocker Nana Oosaki ("big" Nana) and girly Nana Komatsu ("small" Nana, known in the rest of the story as Hachi), who meet on a train to Tokyo and become the best of friends. Nana's dream is to become a famous punk singer, Hachi's to live with her boyfriend, Shouji.

The first volume deals with the girls' past - Hachi's normal, fairly happy
Rebecca McNutt
Nana was a really different kind of graphic novel, it sort of reminded me of Ginger and Rosa, but with less teenage melodrama and more pondering angst about various situations.
Macarena Yannelli
Nana fue uno de los primeros animes que vi.
Y siempre me fascinó la historia de estas dos chicas, aunque a veces hachi me saca de quicio, a través del anime logre entablar una relación.
Elegí este manga para "comenzar a leer manga" porque ya conozco la historia entonces me pareció una buena elección, a pesar de que se separe en algún momento de los eventos del anime y que la mangaka este en un stand by con el manga.
Carla Dente
Mar 16, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
¡AMÉ, AMÉ, AMÉ! Pero todavía no es perfecto... No le doy las 5 estrellas por algunos pequeños detalles que no me terminan de gustar del todo en cuanto a la trama (y ciertos personajes), pero eso seguro solo me pasa con este tomo (ya que al principio del anime me sentía igual y después me terminé encariñando con todos y entendiendo un poco más sus motivaciones.. Pasa que quise dejar de lado eso para centrarme en lo que opiné sobre el primer tomo del manga como algo ajeno a lo que yo ya sé de la h ...more
Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin*
This review is for volumes 1-21, so there may be some spoilers.

I was excited when I found out my library had this series, because that meant I could finally finish it! I'd read volume 1 years ago, but it was right around the time I stopped buying manga, and so I never completed the series.

And then I found out from Kat the series isn't even complete!

This series is about two bands who rise to popularity in Japan and the struggles that go along with fame. It's also about the friendship between two
Mar 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017
Nana es amor <3
Steph Sinclair
I really hope the author gets better and decides to finish this series. Otherwise we will be left hanging forever!
Apr 25, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
Nana, Volume 1 is the first volume out of a 21 volume series written by Ai Yazawa. Volume 1 introduces us to Nana Kumatsu, Nana Osaki, and Junko (Nana Kumatsu’s best friend, she’s pretty much a bonus to the series). The manga shows us these three girls lives (but mainly the two Nanas). Nana Kumatsu is this melodramatic and quite boy crazy girl. She follows her heart and a lot of the time, it gets her into trouble. Nana Osaki is a very dark and serious personality. She’s the lead singer of her ba ...more
Jul 27, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
Meh this was okay, I'm not sure if I'll check out the next volume.
Nana #1 consists of two stories, one following a sparkly high school girl named Nana, and one story following a punk lead vocalist Nana. From here on I'll be referring to them as Barbie and Punky.

We start out with Barbie, who has an affair with a grown man she knows almost nothing about. When he ends things, she's having a hard time getting over him. Barbie always falls head over heels for older guys, and usually within the first ten seconds of meeting them. Influenced by her best friend, she t
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Ai Yazawa (矢沢 あい ,Yazawa Ai, born 1967-03-07 in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga author. Her pen name comes from Japanese singer Eikichi Yazawa, of whom she is a fan.

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
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“I wanted to have a good relationship. One that's romantic and dramatic, like in the movies. But I finally became a woman at 17 and learned that men aren't really that simple.” 44 likes
“Hey Nana, do you remember the first time we met? I beleive in things like fate.
So I think it was fate.”
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