Love and Romance in Nana - butaivilniuje.info
After his relationship with Nana was found out by SEARCH magazine, Ren proposed to Nana On matters concerning the band, he trusts Takumi completely. D [renegade_raine] E-mail: [email protected] Fandom: NANA The relationship of Takumi Ichinose and Nana “Hachi” Komatsu, however, . for the reason that her boyfriends were anything but mature and her trust was abused. The last issue of Ai Yazawa's Nana in English is volume # Earlier in the series, Nana and Ren's relationship became a gigantic tabloid.
The baby will grow up in a sad household with mommy crying because daddy is cheating on her all the time.
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Or daddy will look resentful at a son that is not his. Yeah, this is all swell Nana K. The way she walks around forcing herself to think everything will be okay is supposed to be heartbreaking. But it just makes me upset that one person could be so stupid and blind. She forces herself into situations that make people feel uncomfortable. She flip flops all the time over who she loves more, Nobu or Takumi.
She makes things more complicated than they need to be but that also applies to…everyone in this series so it is hard to fault her on that. But she is supposed to try really hard and be supportive of her friend. She is supposed to be the mother figure to many of the characters. But she is just putting on an apron and playing house.
And she is continuously putting her baby at risk as Takumi sleeps with other woman and her at the same time. Nana O is insane. It becomes more apparent in the later chapters but her obsession with Nana K is clear from the start. Like all the other band members in this series minus Nobu she grew up with no love and a chain smoking habit. But somewhere along the lines she started to believe she was something much different than a kid with a dream.
Power went to her head in a very bad way. The most irritating thing about Nana O. Their relationship gets really bad once they get engaged or married. She continues to treat him like crap despite his best efforts to strength their relationship. Both Ren and Nana O. Tie that in with the fact that she really views this marriage as a P. She is FAR from okay I understand that Nana O wants to stand on her own and have her band succeed with their works and not on the coat tails of Trapnest.
But she takes that obsessed to an extreme. She gets to Tokyo and is like…yeah sign us now bitch. But back to my point. What was my point again? Oh, how she throws herself into her work and ignores her relationship with Ren.
Had she really wanted to focus on her work then she should have told Ren LOOK after I make it big and get on my feet then there can be us. None of this leading him on and treating him like crap…crap. It seems to be hard to put into words what is off about Nana O.
She wants to be in control and prove to everyone that she is the MAN. But in reality she is just like everyone else. She has faults and gets scared and is human. She tries to place herself up so high, above everyone else and that nothing can touch. But she is probably more broken than Nana K. When Shin gets caught with drugs Nana O. It is MOG this is bad for my band what was he thinking. Nana is in no shape to throw stones at people who have problems as she is married in a coke head. And she was really shitty to Nobu.
The most real thing about Nana O. That I find believable. I want to see someone stressed out in this crazy life and suffer the consequences. So in that aspect…I think the manga is spot on.
I also think they hit the mark on how Nana O. That was a perfect reaction given that Nana O. That is also very believable. I think this state would have been better had it lasted longer. Only 2 weeks in bed after her husband died? I think that if that had been my husband I would still be in bed but she might not be better as in the future she is missing and everyone is afraid she is dead so I might be speaking too soon.
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Besides her Nana K was in danger. But she is no role model either. She is a chain smoker like 90 percent of the rest of the casta high school dropout, and someone who has a very unhappy relationship with a man. She does have a weird thing going on with Yasu but that is mostly on his side.
She wants to be his friend and it is not her fault he has some weird love thing for her. She could handle the situation with a little more care for his feelings but that is not her style.
On to the other misfits of this manga! Takumi is the biggest slut out of everyone. He is not redeemable at all and quite frankly I wish he had died in that car crash instead of Ren. I mean, I can pretend everyone else has something special about them and that only a tiny part of them is broken instead. Takumi is just…evil He is so evil yet confusing.
Why not give her money for an abortion and move on? Or just give her child support and keep on having all the crazy sex with sluts. Someone please explain that to me! Well, some people have. No as Takumi can only think of himself.
Takumi is actually a really responsible person and tries to make the best of a sticky situation? No, the thought of Takumi being responsible and not conniving makes me throw up. Takumi is jealous that Nana left him for Nobu and is possessive over what he thinks is his whether he wants this toy or not? That is probably the answer that makes the most sense. It follows his character more and makes him look like a true villain. Whatever his reasons he is a sucky human being.
He came in at the right moment and managed to say a few right things to make Nana K. Not that Nobu gets a get of jail free card but still. Takumi controlled the situation from day one and no one could really escape his manipulative plan. Her life changes dramatically but he is the same old play boy. He continues to sleep around like a slut. And he continues to be whatever with Reira.
He only thinks about the band in very calculating ways and seems to forget there are actual people involved. His relationship with Reira pretty much pisses me off, but that is more on her end. He is a playboy so it is expected he is going to screw anything that moves. But you would think for the sake of his precious band he would be able to keep it in his pants.
At least with other woman people can pretend that Nana K. So in that regards that is why his cheating on Nana K. I hate that this attitude happens in real life. You know, those silly things like unwanted pregnancies and STDS and the herps. It can withstand many rolls in the hay without a scratch on it. Oh and did I mention he was friggin stupid for not using protection?!
In conclusion Takumi sucks as a human being. He treats all the women he bangs very poorly which I guess…. He sees their band as a business and moves his friends in certain positions that benefits himself. He can never just do something to be nice for a human being.
When was on drugs Takumi had to tell him to get it together…for the band. Some may think he is not cold and calculating but he has trouble expressing his true feelings. Cry me a river. Takumi is a douche bag. Really he was one of the more likable characters out of this band of misfits. He wanted to be in a band…to have people hear his music.
After become rich and famous he was still the same down to Earth guy. Or whatever Ren before he was famous. For the most part he was an okay guy and I think he put up with a lot of crap.
The only time I thought he was a big jerk when he was talking about Nana K. Especially since later he goes on to act like they are such good friends and that he trusts Nana K to take care of Nana O and all that jazz. But besides those…jerk moments Ren is a decent guy. Granted they are pretty big jerk moments…but I am grasping at straws to like someone.
Ren having a drug problem surprises me. Ren being the only one with a drug problem does. I wish we knew when this little drug problem started. Was it after his marriage to Nana O and she was being the biggest bitch in the world?
Or was it the only part of the glam life he gave into?
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But Ren had a drug problem. I am not sure why his manager was supplying him with the drugs but maybe it was safer that way. In any event I think that had Ren lived he would have kicked the habit. I think out of all the characters in this story he was the most loyal and had the best potential as a human being.
I think he was going to tell Nana O to stop acting like such a bitch and be the support she needed. Or tell her he did have a problem and that he needed her help. Despite having a drug problem he is one of the most rational people in the series We will never know how things would have gone as Ren died.
I think that he was my favorite character for quite a while but then it exploded into hatred. Why do I hate Nobu so much?
Um because he is sleeping with a porn star. Not that I hate her because she is a porn star but I hate her because she is one. Oh because Nana broke his heart! And he made a mistake by turning to Yuri after seeing Nana K. Okay I can get down with that. Not really but I can see how a broken heart can make you do something really stupid like sleep with a porn star one time.
But then he decided to have a relationship with her? Did the people in this manga not get the memo that just because you sleep with someone it is not true love?! Of course I think you should only sleep with people you love but that is not the point.
If he actually moved on with Yuri it would be different. I would still hate him because I want him and Nana K to be together but I would understand he needs to move on.
He has not moved on with his life. He wants them both to become cheaters because apparently being so close to Nana K is too much. I am against cheating. Sometimes you have to put your big boy pants on and deal with a sticky situation.
Also I think Nobu is utterly stupid for not know Nana K was unhappy with Takumi but most boys are stupid so I guess I will let that slide.
Hello, which is it!? Do you want to be with her or not? Either you are happy with Yuri or you are unhappy because you are not with Nana K.
Make up your damn mind! Maybe things would be different if Nobu stepped up and fought Takumi for the baby. I am not saying that Nobu would have made a good father but he certainly would be a better one than Takumi. I think the most sensible plan would have been to tell Takumi to back the hell off until it was proven whose baby it was. Because when Nobu gets older and a little wiser he might regret his actions and resent not having a relationship with his son. He was shocked and probably pissed off that Takumi knew about the pregnancy before him.
He was confused and acted a little bit crazy. So even though I want to be mad at him for not playing a more active role in the pregnancy it is hard to just blame him. There were some really sweet things about Nobu. He tried to lead Shin on a better path in life him and Nana K being the only ones who really tried. He has a passion for music and he is afraid of letting people down. It is a shame that I hate him now. When they come out of the car, Yasu carries Nana, who is draped over him helplessly.
For him, that means being there for Nana when no one else will or can. For her, it means knowing when to get herself out of the way. She spends the series desperately glomming onto a series of men and arguably women too in an effort to get somebody else to provide the backbone and rational decision making functions that she so spectacularly lacks.
Over the course of the manga, Hachi develops a huge, somewhat ridiculous hero-worshipping crush on rock-star Nana. And so, in this sequence, when the worst ha happened, Hachi does what mothers often do, and sacrifices herself for her baby. It reminds me a little of my mother-in-law, who, like Hachi, is in many ways, infuriatingly flighty, and who, like Hachi, married too young.
Yet, when my father-in-law that man she married was dying of brain cancer, she fed him and cleaned him and struggled tirelessly with a series of indifferent doctors and hospitals to get him the best possible care.
Watching her was more than a little awe-inspiring. Nobody takes her up on her interview offer…and indeed, Nana is swept out of the car too quickly for anyone to really get at her, it seems like. Life is filled with such blind alleys, of course, where the narratives sputter and stall and then go on; where the storyteller seems to have abandoned her work.
Nana, certainly, is as insistently artificial as any soap opera melodrama, packed with tell-tale and impossible coincidences. On the micro level, the two protagonists have the same name; on the macro level, everybody in the manga either becomes a rock star or marries one. But instead, Yazawa goes in the opposite direction; Naoki narrates, but what he narrates is almost entirely about other characters — or more precisely, about his misinterpretations of the other characters.