NANA Project #7!

So very much happens in volumes thirteen and fourteen of NANA that one could easily expend 1000 words on plot synopsis alone. Hachi grows somewhat stronger, Nana sustains some painful blows, several of the fellows aren’t on their best behavior, and some peripheral characters grow in importance. In a way, this feels like a new phase in the series, and these two installments aren’t as heartbreaking to read as some others have been.

Danielle Leigh, Melinda Beasi, and I discuss these volumes in more depth in our seventh entry in the NANA Project series at Comics Should Be Good. Check it out!

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