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Banana no Nana

Banana no Nana

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Synonyms: Nana of Banana
Japanese: バナナのナナ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 13
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 30, 2010 to May 30, 2011
Authors: Oniyazu, Kakashi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Blade


Score: 6.521 (scored by 1076 users)
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Ranked: #131562
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Popularity: #2876
Members: 2,757
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On the world that consists of a single giant continent called Dokkanon, most people have some kind of special ability. Those who have a high-ranking ability, such as the ability to control water, are respected and granted much power. Those with low-ranking abilities, such as Nana, who controls bananas, and her best friend Ringo, who has super-powerful legs, have very little power in society. When Nana and Ringo were kids, they were awed by stories from Ringo's adventurer father about a land called Oz, where a god lived who could make any wish come true. Nana and Ringo swore that they would go adventuring together when they were adults. But as time went by, Ringo's father vanished while adventuring, and Ringo became much more aware of the social stigma associated with adventurers. Will the two of them find the strength and courage to follow through with their promise?


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Sep 23, 2015
ZeroSaberX (All reviews)
This should be my favorite manga of all time. It features a pair of badass female protagonists (a personal favorite character type of mine) and keeps you guessing whether or not Nana is actually as dumb as she seems. Ringo is an enjoyable straight (wo)man to Nana's weirdness, and I found them super enjoyable. The artwork and setting are both fantastic, and it had the makings of becoming a One Piece tailor-made for people who, like me, can't get into One Piece for one reason or another.

Then it ended.

The ending ruined the whole experience for me. It was rushed, went nowhere, left plot read more
Oct 11, 2011
Klabautermann (All reviews)
This manga is awesome. Obviously updated barely once in two months, but awesome. This manga could pick up such dirty amounts of money it is almost an embarrassment. This manga could be as big as Suzumiya. It could be a hit. This manga SHOULD be all that.

~Story~ (8)

The plot is set on a single continent of the world, divided into several countries. Rules, or God if you will, of this world say that every person is born with a unique ability, and depending on what kind of ability it is, we have high class society and low class society.
And there comes story of Nana read more


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