AnimeTalentless Nana Review: Is the anime worth watching?

Talentless Nana Review: Is the anime worth watching?


Talentless Nana Review: Everything you should know!

Talentless Nana (Japanese: Hepburn: Muno a Nana) is a Japanese manga series written by Looseboy and illustrated by Iori Furuya. It has been serialized in Square Enix’s shnen manga magazine Monthly Shnen Gangan since May 2016,

And is collected into eight tanks in volumes. The manga is published digitally in North America by Crunchyroll. An anime television series adaptation by Bridge aired from October to December 2020.

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Talentless Nana Review: Should you watch it or not?

The series begins to shift as the story progresses and the students learn what is to come. There is no clear right and wrong now. What you thought is not happening.

But it’s not as you thought. Humanity has enemies in the game, but there’s also something that drives the Genius to use their powers against each other for nefarious reasons.


Talented Nana is a great story of heroes and destruction. There are moments that feel as sad and terrifying as Battle Royale and moments that feel as carefree and silly as our host club. It’s a wild and unpredictable ride.

There are twists that I detect but are completely attributed to the wrong character; There are also secrets hidden in plain sight that I didn’t even notice until it was too late for myself to handle.

Those are the kind of fear and shock value I look for in a serial horror story.
Talented Nana still manages to transcend the pure stupidity of the students by effectively taking care of his characters.

While many characters seem quite unexpected and annoying in the beginning, they will slowly but surely grow on you as the series progresses. From their incredible deductive reasoning skills to their complicated relationships,

there’s a lot to enjoy about the characters of Talentless Nana. We have characters who clearly don’t trust each other enough to constantly work together, while simultaneously solving crimes and preventing their involvement from being exposed.

The level of deceit and suspicion between the characters certainly makes a dynamic, if nothing else, highly entertaining to watch. Episode one will end with some big cliffhangers, where viewers wonder if Nana was about to get caught,

Only for the first few minutes of the next episode to resolve this cliffhanger with completely lasting consequences. It got quite frustrating after a while and it made it hard for me to get excited for next week,

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Because I was sure whatever cliffhanger we were in would be resolved immediately in the next episode. The show had a bit of a problem with introducing the characters because it’s clear that the writers came up with them as they went along,

With characters, we’ve never seen before, with only the other characters shown to act. As if they’ve been there the whole time. Nanao Nakajima, despite attending the School for the Gifted, is gifted.

Because of this he is liked by the other students in his class and doesn’t really have any friends. Basically, your classic hero. Nana Hiragi is a new transfer student who befriends Nanao almost immediately,

When he learns that he is considered an outcast. She is very outgoing, but her talent for reading minds sometimes gets in the way. As it turns out, people really don’t like to read their minds.

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