Munou na Nana
Talentless Nana
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Munou na Nana

Alternative Titles

English: Talentless Nana
Japanese: 無能なナナ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: May 12, 2016 to ?
Genres: Supernatural Supernatural, Suspense Suspense
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Gangan
Authors: Loose Boy (Story), Furuya, Iori (Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.391 (scored by 58415,841 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #33802
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #798
Members: 16,891
Favorites: 448

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Synopsis

Upon an isolated island lies a school that houses the future heroes of the world. The student body, composed only of individuals with inhuman powers known as "the Talented," train to eventually eradicate the wicked "Enemies of Humanity" from existence.

The self-proclaimed elite class is introduced to two new transfer students, Kyouya Onodera and Nana Hiiragi. Their classmates enquire about their abilities, and where Kyouya bluntly refuses to share and asks to be left alone, Nana—possessing a natural charm and a supposed talent of mind-reading—enamors the class. Yet despite the class's enthusiasm for her, she herself takes an odd interest in a reclusive student named Nanao Nakajima, who is often bullied for allegedly lacking an actual ability. As Nana warm-heartedly grows closer to him, her actions place Nanao in a position he had always dreamed of, even if for just a brief moment...

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Munou na Nana is published digitally as an English simulpub as Talentless Nana through Crunchyroll.

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May 27, 2019
saiyohara (All reviews)
if you don't want to read my entire review, here it is summarized: talentless nana is good, you all are just mean.

with everything i read, it's never about some god-like realization i get. it's always enjoyment factor, down to the core of it. talentless nana might not make you a believer, but you're going to love it or i'm going to take you out.

talentless nana, at its core, isn't really about world building. from what i've seen, it's a psychological type of manga, and gives focus on connections. i don't meant to be so vague, but read up until chapter 5 before you make a read more
Dec 22, 2020
TheDeedsOfMen (All reviews)
It was the year 20XX. Earth was assaulted by dark and edgy manga, bringing cynicism and grim moral commentary to the hearts of jaded readers. To counter this threat, they published a light-hearted, wholesome manga: Talentless Nana. Follow the adventures of the kind and heroic Nanao and the lovable airhead Nana as they work tirelessly to help their friends and defend all of mankind. There is even romance in the air and comedic hijinks for good measure. Nana's cute, cheerful smile will melt the icy hearts of critics everywhere. The feel-good manga of the decade.


[And this is where I give the obligatory spoiler warning. There read more
May 9, 2020
rabbit9414 (All reviews)
I'm writing this review in response to the confirmation of the anime adaptation, I was going to post this on that notice but it ended up becoming more of a review and wayyy too long so I decided to post it here.

I have mixed feelings about this.

On one hand I'm a manga reader that has kept up to date with this series, and just as the other reviews of the manga say, the first episode really gets you excited but then after that the story can get a little samey fast. There is little substantial character development that doesn't get... uuuh... to avoid any spoilers read more
Nov 4, 2020
TsunnnAm1 (All reviews)
I decided to catch up to the manga before watching the anime. So here's a summarization of the rambling I'm about to write: Talentless Nana is amazing, you're just too lazy to continue reading it






[spoilers ahead]






I've been reading a lot of reviews saying that it's bad because the "characters are stupid" or "the world-building is trash" let me break it to you, sonny, the characters are meant to be stupid. They are meant to be arrogant. If they weren't, the story would end with Kyoya figuring out that Nana was the one who killed Nanao. There wouldn't be much of a story if that happens, read more

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