Munou na Nana


Talentless Nana

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: 無能なナナ
English: Talentless Nana
German: Talentless Nana
French: Talentless Nana
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Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2020 to Dec 27, 2020
Premiered: Fall 2020
Broadcast: Sundays at 21:30 (JST)
Studios: Bridge
Source: Manga
Genres: SupernaturalSupernatural, SuspenseSuspense
Themes: PsychologicalPsychological, Super PowerSuper Power
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

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Score: 7.191 (scored by 146121146,121 users)
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Ranked: #31562
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Popularity: #722
Members: 296,839
Favorites: 1,452

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Main character is a genius who kills people, who thinks they deserve to die. Secondary main character is another genius, who tries to expose them. Basically: "I know that he knows that I know, but I lack evidence." 
report Recommended by Piromysl
Both anime involve a number of elaborated murder mystery cases within a class of school students with eccentric personalities. 
report Recommended by Genoard
Similar power system 
report Recommended by Ferdimass
-psychological thriller comedy in HS -faster pace than classroom of the elite -stone cold MC -MC with childhood trauma -powerful MCs 
report Recommended by TiffanyInfinity
They give off the same exact vibe at the start of both series and have very similar starting plots. Also Momo looks exactly like Nana funnily enough. 
report Recommended by Cario10
Both show a group of characters who seem to have a normal lifestyle at first, but in reality, there exists a dark secret lurking in the shadows. 
report Recommended by Akimore
Both series are nerve-wracking and exciting stories that blow you away from the first episode. Oh yeah and they are both set in an abnormal school settings 
report Recommended by skyhei1995
Tired of dumb protagonists with million layers of plot armor save the world every time in anime? In Munou no Nana and Yuukoku no Moriarty we see the such anime from the perspective of the "bad guys" as the murder such characters. In both anime the killers are very intelligent and in both anime there is a smart detective that tries to catch the killer, so expect a lot of mind battles in both anime. Moriarty kills aristocrats, while Nana murders boring shounen protaganonists; the anime world is better of without those kind of characters anyway so I kinda enjoy seeing them die every episode  read more 
report Recommended by Khalan
Similarities : - Both involve an impostor who try to kill a group of student - The student have special abilities (there is no super power in Kanata no Astra but they have power like big brain or super athletic body...) Dissimilarities : - Kanata no Astra takes takes place in space - The plot in Kanata no Astra isn't focused on the impostor, it's more about adventure and mysteries but you'll still have the same vibes 
report Recommended by Sinngelk
Theres a highschool class full of quirky individuals that are preparing themselves to fight humanity's biggest threat.  
report Recommended by BustedBayou
To start off, both of these shows are extremely similar because they both involve high school kids with powers being isolated somewhere far away from society. For both series, some of the kids have extravagant and dangerous powers while others do not, thus creating a tense atmosphere of distrust and drama among all the characters. There's also a shroud of mystery in both, while Talentless Nana focuses more on investigating each other as potential killers, Sonny Boy focuses more on the characters investigating their strange surroundings and the possibility of a "student with a certain power" causing a certain scenario.  
report Recommended by Sleepypups
both have horror/thriller aspects. Higurashi is definitely more violent but the suspense in munou na nana gives me higurashi vibes tbh  
report Recommended by tinyfai
-Both of the animes are about the main characters going into an island, isolated from man-kind and that the place is supposed to be "special" but soon find out everything they knew is a lie. In Deadman, people believe that the island is a fun carnival that everyone has to go at least once in their life. In Nana, the island is a school full of only talented children who has powers. They are all elite and that is why they are there. Soon, both of the characters find out that the place they really are in is a place where they throw anyone with  read more 
report Recommended by iNinjeek
While the 2 shows tell really different stories, they both treat the same theme of how to maintain a working society when some people (or everyone in Shinsekai Yoru) is a walking nuke and whether sacrifices are legitimate. However, while both shows have a somewhat similar setting and themes, they go about telling their story from a different point of view with a really different tone and pacing, making them complementary shows more than similar ones. 
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Both anime deal with an impostor infiltrating a group of exceptional, gifted people trying to save the world with the intention to kill them, with them trying to find out who's the impostor before it's too late. The main difference is that Rokka portrays the point of view of the group while the imposter remains hidden, while Munou na Nana has the imposter as the main character trying to murder the group. 
report Recommended by Illyricus
( SLIGHT SPOILERS ) - A school full of kids with powers - In U.A. there is a traitor and in talentless nana, there will be a traitor as well. - The main character doesn't have a power ( I know Midoriya get's a quirk but he was quirkless at first. ) 
report Recommended by aidenzhao
The main characters are presented uniquely in both animes, having the MC as an intelligent mastermind accompanied by a brilliant detective. On the other hand, the only difference is the setting where "Talentless Nana" has a Japanese school setting while "Moriarty the Patriot" has an English historical type. These mystery series are by far one of the best mystery series I have ever watched; so, if you're looking just for something like that, then I recommend these to you! 
report Recommended by Solaris-----
People with super powers in a society with a pretty sketchy government 
report Recommended by Camilleithegreat
They have the same kind of feel. The main character is kind of mysterious in both series.  
report Recommended by 4N1M31SG00D
the plot reminds me a lot of the attack on titan plot. there are two opposing sides, both believing the other is the enemy. i found many similarities between the two while watching.  
report Recommended by noozii
Both animes have ruthless female MC that is being manipulated by mysterious mentor. Male MCs experience identical development. Face animation is somehow also similar. 
report Recommended by Kocky_SVK
Charlotte is an anime that have something to do with superpowers or talents and only certain people have this so called powers and Munou No Nana is similar to Charlotte because of this talents or powers BUT Munou No Nana is a little different  
report Recommended by jerikjames
Both animes are about killing in a class, the difference is that in Akuma no Riddle, the whole class are assasins, but in Munou na Nana is the MC the only assasin. 
report Recommended by Zakutou
-Both animes are about a group of characters who are destined to "save the world." They are given or born with powers that are all-mighty to be used to help save man-kind. However, soon as they go into the series, they find out that everything they are living for, their goals, their passion, it's all a lie. Both animes are intense with lots of plot-twist what you would not expect from their typical genre. -Dark theme, lots of betrayal 
report Recommended by iNinjeek
Both shows involve war between normal people and espers, in both shows espers have to pay a price for their powers, and both shows include cool personality MC. 
report Recommended by IceCreeeamXP
Both animes have murders that are shocking. Both maintain high suspense. 
report Recommended by Kyosuke_Kosaka
The main character is a pink colored hair girl that has some psycho attitude. The rest of the story differs a lot, but if you're into psycho girls killing off other characters these are the animes to watch. 
report Recommended by iuliuscezar59
The main character is a pink colored hair girl that has some psycho attitude. The rest of the story differs a lot, but if you're into psycho girls killing off other characters these are the animes to watch.  
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if you like the imposter finding and psychological thriller in Munou na Nana, you may also like it in Tomodachi Game. 
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