Will anime Nana ever continue?
So the bad news is NANA isn't coming back soon. When it does, it will likely be on a slower release schedule. The good news is it appears the series WILL resume. The best news is Yazawa is feeling better to the point where she can start drawing again, and it's our good fortune that she's able to do so.
Nana (stylized as NANA) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ai Yazawa. It was serialized in the monthly shōjo manga magazine Cookie from May 2000 to May 2009 before going on hiatus.
The hiatus was prompted by an unnamed illness, after all, so Yazawa's health became paramount. After being released from the hospital in 2010, the artist admitted they may never be able to work as a mangaka again, and that is still the case even after all this time. Want to know more about Nana?
She is later declared dead; implying suicide as the cause. Several years later, she is found alive in London, and making a living by singing in a pub. She sports significantly longer locks, and is identified by her engagement ring, as well as her signature lotus tattoo.
Classic romance anime "Kimi ni Todoke" is now on Netflix and "NANA" is following suit on December 1!
Nana Komatsu and Nana Osaki meet on a train heading towards Tokyo. They are separated, but meet again and decide to become roommates.
At the end of volume 19, Takumi sleeps with Reira despite the fact that he and Hachi are already married. Takumi frankly asks Reira if she would really settle for being his mistress, but it's obvious Reira is unhappy with what happened between them because she's always loved Takumi.
Their resilience as friends as well as individual characters make their stories stand out. With complex female leads, a compelling cast of characters, and a soundtrack that will pierce your heart, NANA is an anime series that every anime fan should watch at least once.
Epilogue. Three years after the final war, Jail and Nana was married and she became the queen of Althea.
When Takumi tells Nobu about her pregnancy, Hachi painfully leaves him for Takumi. While he eventually accepts the reasons why she left him, he still fears the possibility of the child being his. He still has feelings for Hachi but decides to get in a relationship with Yuri.
Why is Vivienne Westwood in Nana?
The outfits showcased in Nana are heavily inspired by early Harajuku subcultures [Gyaru and Mori-Girl] plus Vivienne Westwood's pioneering punk designs, which gained traction in Japan during the 90s-00s.
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Takumi Ichinose is one of the central male characters in the anime, manga, and live action films NANA. He's formally the lover of Reira, growing up with her, and is the current abusive love interest and wife of Nana Komatsu.
Because of her pregnancy, she marries Takumi (initially in name only, for Takumi delayed their wedding because of Osaki's engagement to Ren). Throughout the series, her married name has became Nana Ichinose and as the time passes, she realizes that she loves Takumi.
Her vocal talent is raw and as she gets more gigs with the band, Black Stones, her fans are confident that with the right coaching and progress, she can make it big. She fell in love with the guitarist, Ren, started dating him and living with him when she was 18.
News eeked out yesterday that the long disappeared (but never forgotten) Nana anime adaptation would be finally getting a North American rerelease courtesy of Sentai Filmworks, properly upscaled for Blu-ray.
Author notes by Yazawa seem to indicate that Nana and Hachi's love and obsession with each other wasn't intended from the get go - that's something the ladies did that on their own. And it's a beautiful, painful relationship to read about and I am happy that it became what it did - as painful as it is.