On the official page for the anime adaptation of the Manga series by Looseboy, illustrated by Iori Furuya, Munou na Nana (Talentless Nana)the distribution information for the compiled Blu-ray volumes was revealed. This also revealed that the series will have a total of 13 episodes.

The publication dates for the individual volumes can be found below.

  • Volume 1 (episodes 1 to 5): December 23, 2020.
  • Volume 2 (episodes 6-10): January 27, 2021.
  • Volume 3 (episodes 11-13): February 24, 2021.
Munou na Nana

For his part, Looseboy began to publish the manga in the magazine Monthly Shonen Gangan from the publisher Square enix in June 2016. In April 2020 the publisher published the sixth compiled volume.


  • Rumi Okubo as Nana Hiiragi, a transfer student.
  • Hiro Shimono as Nanao Nakajima, a boy with strength and a strong sense of justice.
  • Yuuichi Nakamura as Kyouya Onodera, a boy who was transferred on the same day as Nana.

Production team

  • Shinji ishihira ((fairy tale, Log horizon) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios bridge.
  • Fumihiko Shimo ((air, canon, Clannad) is responsible for the composition of the series.
  • Satohiko Sano ((Mairimashita! Iruma-kun) is responsible for the character design.
  • Yasuharu Takanashi is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.
  • Miyu Tomita plays the opening song titled "Broken Sky" while Chiai Fujikawa leads the final topic entitled "Bakemono Yobarete".

Munou na Nana Synopsis

It is the year 20XX. The earth was besieged by self-proclaimed monsters as "enemies of humanity". To counter this threat, special schools have been set up to train young people with exceptional skills.

These people, known as "talents", have abilities that contradict the laws of reality and are an outlier among them, a person who has been sent to one of these schools but has no special abilities. This is how the story of our protagonist begins, who, instead of using brute force, uses her intelligence and manipulation skills to defeat her enemies.

Source: Official Twitter account



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