October 15, 2009

Pullip RIDa

Today I've receive my Pullip Rida, she is perfect and beautiful, I love her face, she looks like Nana:
« Ever since I can remember, I’ve been pelted with rain… Tears are insignificant and weak, Feel like this.

Nana is a Japanese shoujo manga series written and illustrated by Ai Yazawa, serialised in Cookie published by Shueisha. There is an anime adaptation, as well as two live-action films. The first twelve volumes of the manga series have cumulatively sold over 22 million copies.As in 2005, it has sold over 34,500,000 making it the fourth best selling shōjo manga worldwide. The manga derives its title from the name of the two main characters, both of whom are called Nana. What sets them apart, however, is the stark difference between their lives. One Nana comes from a small town, following along with her friends and boyfriend to Tokyo with the hope of having the dream life that she wishes for. The other Nana, on the other side, comes to Tokyo with the goal of making it big with her band, Black Stones. The two Nanas are brought together in what has become a major success for Ai Yazawa and the shōjo genre.

Nana Osaki is a punk-rock singer with a style to match, and Nana Komatsu, also known as Hachi, a small-town girl who moves to Tokyo to start a new life. They meet on a train, and their destinies are sealed. Viz Media, the English translator of the manga, often refers to the girls as "Nana O." and "Nana K." because in the Japanese manga the girls' names were spelled using different characters, making it easier to determine which Nana people were talking about.

The characters in Nana have complex personalities and their own histories, which sometimes intertwine with one another. The importance of each character grows in the manga as the story progresses to many dramatic heights and falls. The two main characters in particular, Nana O. and Nana K., support each other greatly, as evidenced both in the story and in the narration, which is done by either Nana at the beginning and end of each volume.

Other important characters include Hachi's friends and ex-boyfriend, who she followed from her hometown to Tokyo, the members of Nana O.'s band (Black Stones), and the members of the band Trapnest. from Wikipedia.

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