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eBook Nana, Vol. 20 epub
  • ISBN: 1421530759
  • Author: Ai Yazawa
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Manga
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (January 5, 2010)
  • Pages: 194 pages
  • ePUB size: 1967 kb
  • FB2 size 1266 kb
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Ai Yazawa is the creator of many popular manga titles, including Tenshi Nanka Janai (I'm No Angel) and Gokinjo Monogatari (Neighborhood Story).

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Ai Yazawa is the creator of many popular manga titles, including Tenshi Nanka Janai (I'm No Angel) and Gokinjo Monogatari (Neighborhood Story). Another series, Kagen no Tsuki (Last Quarter), was made into a live-action movie and released in late 2004. American readers were introduced to Yazawa's stylish and sexy storytelling in 2002 when her title Paradise Kiss was translated into English.

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Ai Yazawa hace de este volumen el mejor que haya publicado hasta ahora

Ai Yazawa hace de este volumen el mejor que haya publicado hasta ahora. Los acontecimientos a lo largo de ナナ Nana entre excelentes, buenos, intermedios, malos y decepcionantes son aplacados por completo tras los hechos que sus personajes viven en medio de este volumen.

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By (author) Ai Yazawa. Other books in this series. 1. Ai Yazawa. Nana has become the all-time best selling shojo title from Japanese publishing giant, Shueisha.

Nana - Ai Yazawa (Brasil). To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Space Channel game (Space Channel 5, VR, PS4), Ai Yazawa wanted to wish them a happy birthday. I also take this opportunity to wish you all a happy new year. Ai Yazawa's message: "I'm sorry to keep you waiting!"

Book Cover Image (jpg): Nana, Vol. 2.

Book Cover Image (jpg): Nana, Vol. Trade Paperback 9781421530758. Book of Nana. Illustrated by Ai Yazawa.

Ai Yazawa: "Nana" is the work of my life. It is hard to say if our beloved author Ai Yazawa is fit for continuing NANA

Ai Yazawa: "Nana" is the work of my life. more)Loadin. t is hard to say if our beloved author Ai Yazawa is fit for continuing NANA. As many know that the Manga has been on Hiatus for almost 10 years now, many confirm it’s due to Ai Yazawa’s critical conditional that has left her hospitalised.

Nana 20 Japanese English Book information Author Ai Yazawa Illustrator Ai Yazawa Publishers Shueisha (Japan) Viz Media (North America) Publication date September 12, 2008 (Japan) January 5, 2010 (USA) Pages 194 ISBN 978408856421530758 Nana 20 (ナナ 20 (), Nana.

Nana 20 Japanese English Book information Author Ai Yazawa Illustrator Ai Yazawa Publishers Shueisha (Japan) Viz Media (North America) Publication date September 12, 2008 (Japan) January 5, 2010 (USA) Pages 194 ISBN 978408856421530758 Nana 20 (ナナ 20 (), Nana 20 ) is the twentieth.

The chapters of Nana are written and illustrated by Ai Yazawa. Yazawa returned from hospital in early April 2010, though had not specified when or if she will resume the manga.

The all-time best-selling shojo title in Japan R to L (Japanese Style). Ren's drug use is spiraling out of control and he doesn't want to drag Trapnest down with him. Neither Takumi nor Reira are willing to let Ren quit the band, and both do their best to give him the time he needs to get it together. But Ren isn't sure this is something he can handle on his own. Will he turn to Nana for help, or will their strained relationship make him try to face his demons alone? Nana "Hachi" Komatsu hopes that moving to Tokyo will help her make a clean start and leave her capricious love life behind her. Nana Osaki, who arrives in the city at the same time, has plans to score big in the world of rock'n'roll. Although these two young women come from different backgrounds, they quickly become best friends in a whirlwind world of sex, music, fashion, gossip and all-night parties!
Comments: (4)
Fesho
I love this manga! I don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't read it yet, but it's worth your time and money. The story is still unfinished, but I hope that Yazawa sensei can be well enough some day to finish it...
Dyni
Im soooo hooked on these books. I would recommend them. A great, fast paced read. A must have for a nana fan.
Kulabandis
I just love this Volume ! She is the best writer ever and has the best artwork ever ! Thanks Ai Yazawa
BOND
The proverbial battle of the bands is not going as planned. Under a cloud of scandal, Blast has had to break up, leaving Nana Osaki to make a go at a solo career without either her beloved Hachi or Ren by her side to comfort her. Trapnest, meanwhile, is imploding from within: Takumi crosses the line and does the unthinkable with Reira in the hopes of containing the damage, while Ren tries to kick his drug addiction before he becomes the center of the next tabloid scandal. Even as Hachi is about to bring a new life into this world, life as she has known it thus far is about to change dramatically--and permanently.

It has been over a decade since NANA, the epic tale of two very special young women both named Nana,began serialization in Japan, and the fact that it is still going strong is testament to a level of survivorship that few shoujo manga titles can match. And what is even more impressive here is the quality that creator Ai Yazawa has maintained--even, at times, developed--over the years. Most long-running shoujo series, not to put too fine a point on it, tend not to be quite so creatively ambitious as this one. In the twentieth volume of this now venerable manga, some of the most beautiful artwork in the biz is paired with an epic storyline which is, after a long wait, building to its emotionally trying, yet inevitable, crescendo.

Although volume twenty has significantly few pages than other recent volumes, they pack a really big punch. Yazawa's illustrations are, as always, as singularly stylish as an avant garde fashion magazine, but there is a fewer comic intervals than usual, and the "look" is suitably oppressive and tense. She really does do an amazing job of keeping it all visually consistent, even though in many ways the mainstream mangaka is more correctly understood as overseer or director of a large number of creative assistant staff.

One of this manga's signature motifs is the way in which its multi-stranded plot jumps back and forth in time. Besides the main storyline and the inevitable character "backstories," there are also sections of the story that are set an unspecified number of years in the future, and indeed, much of the continuing dramatic tensions revolves around what happened to Nana Osaki and the rest in-between. The omniscient narrative voices of the two Nanas also originate from this future, and while at first as a literary device these were over-the-top bathetic, now, as the magnitude of the impending tragedy starts to resolve into clarity, the fraught, regretful, nostalgic tones nearly seem warranted.

Needless to say, this volume ends with the single event which is likely to begin the ripples which will bring this series racing toward its climax. Those who may have been worried that NANA was beginning to stall out and lose its way will be excited and reinvigorated, eager to revisit the story anew. Will the artist be able to sustain the momentum that she has built up here? Stay tuned!
-- Casey Brienza
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