Nana, Volume 3

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VIZ Media LLC, Jun 6, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
213 Reviews
This is the story of two 20-year old women who share the same name. Even though they come from completely different backgrounds, they somehow meet and become best friends. The world of NANA is a world exploding with sex, music, fashion, gossip, and all-night parties.

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Review: Nana, Vol. 13 (Nana #13)

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I've finally picked this series up after like a year. I wasn't really into this one. Every one was depressed and weren't really responding appropriately to things. I'm not sure who would read a review for the 13th book in the series so whatever. Read full review

Review: Nana, Vol. 13 (Nana #13)

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This volume tugged at my heart strings when Hachi admitted that she chose Takumi over Nobou and Nana because he was the one that stayed with her, and he was the one that took care of her while she was sick, and he offered his help... While neither Nobou nor Nana did so. They just ran away.... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Born in 1967, Ai Yazawa is the author of numerous best selling manga, including Tenshi Nankajanai (Im No Angel) and Gokinjo Monogatari (Neighborhood Story). Her title, Kagen no Tsuki (Last Quarter), was so popular that it was even made into a live action film last year. It was not until 2002, however, that U.S. readers had a chance to enjoy Yazawas stylish and sexy oeuvre. That was the year Tokyopop began publishing Paradise Kiss.
Yazawa also contributed character designs for the Courtney Love inspired series, Princess Ai. The collaboration between the grunge rock queen and the wildly popular mangaka was an immediate hit.
Yazawa continues to produce new Nana installments each month for Cookie. Even after all these years, her series remains as popular and influential as ever. As proof, a live action Nana movie is currently being filmed in Tokyo.

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