List of all Nana Manga Volumes (Complete)
A complete list of all Nana Manga Volumes (Shojo) by Ai Yazawa, Published by Viz Media, along with links to buy on Amazon.
Nana, Volume 1
Nana Komatsu is a young woman who’s endured an unending string of boyfriend problems. Moving to Tokyo, she’s hoping to take control of her life and put all those messy misadventures behind her. She’s looking for love and she’s hoping to find it in the big city.
Nana Osaki, on the other hand, is cool, confident and focused. She swaggers into town and proceeds to kick down the doors to Tokyo’s underground punk scene. She’s got a dream and won’t give up until she becomes Japan’s No. 1 rock’n’roll superstar.
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.
Nana, Vol. 2 (2)
A chance meeting on a train to Tokyo sends two girls named Nana on a collision course with destiny!
Nana “Hachi” Komatsu hopes that moving to Tokyo will help her make a clean start and leave her capricious love life behind her. Nana Osaki, who arrives in the city at the same time, has plans to score big in the world of rock’n’roll. Although these two young women come from different backgrounds, they quickly become best friends in a whirlwind world of sex, music, fashion, gossip and all-night parties!
Anxious to get into a Tokyo groove, both women are on the prowl for a funky and cheap place to live. But inexpensive apartments in Japan’s capital city are hard to find. Thank goodness each Nana has a clique of cool friends willing to help out. Too bad these friends are a little wiggy!
Nana, Vol. 3
Things are slowly coming together for Nana Osaki. The guitarist and drummer from her old band have joined her in Tokyo and she’s finally found a ripping new bass player to replace Ren Honjo. The Black Stones are back and they’re ready to kick some ass.
Nana Komatsu, however, can’t shake her old nemesis, the Demon Lord. She’s stuck in a dead-end job and there’s trouble brewing with her boyfriend, Shoji. He’s been working late and hasn’t exactly been the most attentive lover. Poor Nana. Life in Tokyo is turning out to be a total bummer.
Nana, Vol. 4 (4)
Nana K.’s perfect Tokyo life is crumbling around her. She can’t keep a job, she can’t keep any money, and now it looks like she can’t even keep her boyfriend! But luckily, a tasty nugget of gossip about Nana O.’s past love life helps Nana K. keep her mind off her own troubles. If she can play the role of cupid for her best friend, can Nana K. get closer to her own happy ending?
Nana, Vol. 5
Nana K. is going home–for an awesome Trapnest concert! She drags Nana O. along, convinced that somehow Ren will sense his ex-flame in the audience. But life is never that easy, and Nana O. isn’t sure if she even wants Ren back. As for Nana K., is she prepared for Trapnest to come down off the stage and into her life, or will her fan-girl attitude land her in a heap of trouble?
Nana, Vol. 6
Nana’s band Blast is taking off in a big way–from sold-out club dates to a record label waving a contract at them. But the Trapnest menace still lurks, stealing away everything she cares for. Trapnest took her boyfriend, and even though Ren is back in her life, his band still comes first. And now her trusty sidekick Hachi is being lured away by Trapnest bassist Takumi. But this time, Nana won’t give up without a fight!
Nana, Vol. 7 (7)
Hachi was happy to be Blast’s biggest cheerleader, but now that the band is taking off, she’s discovering that there are hordes of fans eager to take her place. At the same time, her involvement with Trapnest hottie Takumi is turning into a romantic entanglement she hadn’t expected. When a chance for another kind of happiness presents itself, will Hachi be strong enough to face the difficult choices that result?
Nana Vol. 8
Hachi’s happiness with Nobu is slipping through her fingers as an unexpected complication with Takumi threatens to upend her entire life. And unlike her past romantic woes, the choice she makes now will change the lives of everyone around her.
Nana, Vol. 9 (9)
Takumi and Hachi are getting married, but it’s far from a joyous announcement. Nobu and Nana are devastated, and even Takumi’s bandmates take the news hard. With paparazzi skulking around for a new scandal to exploit and tensions between Trapnest and Blast on high alert, will Hachi ever get her happily ever after?
Nana, Vol. 10
Being engaged isn’t as wonderful as Hachi thought it would be. She has a trendy new apartment, but she’s isolated from all her friends and Takumi is hardly ever home. When scandal hits hard, Trapnest (and her fiancé) flee to Europe, and Hachi is left to watch Blast suffer in the scandal rags and tabloid shows.
Nana, Vol. 11
With the tabloids still out for blood, Nana and her Blast bandmates move into a weird dorm building run by their agency. But they’ve barely got enough time to settle into their new digs because their crammed schedule has them running from music studio to TV interview. The stress of band life and dealing with a disintegrating Ren have started to take their toll on Nana. If she collapses now, will she ever get back up?
Nana, Vol. 12
Hachi tells herself that she’s got her eye on the future and her life with Takumi, but she just can’t let go of the past and her friendship with Nana and the rest of Blast–especially Nobu. And the tangle gets thicker when Hachi’s wedding has to be postponed in favor of Nana and Ren’s nuptials. Can Hachi handle another delay in her happily-ever-after?
Nana, Vol. 13 (13)
Hachi hasn’t seen Nana or the rest of Blast since she moved in with Takumi, and Shin and Reira’s joint birthday party seems like the perfect chance for a little reunion. But Takumi is furious at Hachi for crashing the event, and she is forced to choose Takumi over Nana one more time. But was this Hachi’s last chance to get back in Nana’s life?
Nana, Vol. 14 (14)
As Blast gears up for their major label debut, their fan club starts mobilizing. Led by the chic Shion, these ladies are serious fans who won’t let anyone mess with their band. But the fan club has it out for Misato, a maverick fan who has gotten too close to Nana. What will they say when they find out Misato is applying for a job with Blast?!
Nana, Vol. 15 (15)
One of the tabloids hounding Blast and Trapnest has photos that make it look like Reira and Ren are having an affair. With Nana and Ren’s engagement recently made public, the photos could spell doom for both bands. Takumi’s willing to do whatever it takes to save his band, but how will it affect Hachi and the happily ever after she’s still hoping for?
Nana, Vol. 16 (16)
Blast is at the top of the charts, and the band is making all kinds of P.R. appearances. Nana just wants to sing though, and all the marketing is starting to wear on her. A party planned for the loyal fans might be just what she needs to cheer her up. But there are secrets about her past lurking in Osaka, and the magazine Search Weekly is determined to bring them to light!
Nana, Vol. 17 (17)
Ever since she got engaged to Takumi and moved out of apartment 707, Hachi has felt like she’s slipping out of Nana’s life. When the tabloids start digging up Nana’s troubled family history, Hachi tries to step in and take care of things. But the price for bringing down Blast keeps going up. Will Hachi’s good intentions just make things worse?!
Nana, Vol. 18
Things aren’t looking good for Blast. Shin, under extreme stress from the band’s rising success and his relationship with Reira, seeks out reconciliation wherever he can. Reestablishing ties with his own family turns out to be a horrible failure, and before he can connect Nana with her unknown little sister, Shin gets arrested! Is this the end of Blast?!
Nana, Vol. 19 (19)
The tabloid feeding frenzy has finally brought Blast down, but Nana is determined to keep hope alive. She’s going to take a gig as a solo artist and even accept acting jobs she has no interest in. As long as she keeps herself in the spotlight, she knows there’s a chance Blast can make a comeback. But while all eyes are on Nana, what’s happening to her friends in the background?!
Nana, Vol. 20 (20)
Ren’s drug use is spiraling out of control and he doesn’t want to drag Trapnest down with him. Neither Takumi nor Reira are willing to let Ren quit the band, and both do their best to give him the time he needs to get it together. But Ren isn’t sure this is something he can handle on his own. Will he turn to Nana for help, or will their strained relationship make him try to face his demons alone?
Nana, Vol. 21
Tragedy strikes as the Search Weekly team takes their snooping too far! Hounded to the limit by remorseless reporters, Ren spins his car off the icy road in a horrible accident that will change the course of everyone’s future…