graphic noiz 5

by Natsuya Uesugi

Graphic Noiz 5 - Natsuya Uesugi
Editions:Paperback: $ 8.99
ISBN: 978-1521147504
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 189

Shiro Ijima, the bestselling writer of the SciFi Fissure novels is finding it hard to start writing his next book, Fissure 5 with all the drama created by his lover Noiz, the amateur manga artist. After Shiro’s editor Megumi Ito quits because Shiro is behind on his writing deliverables, Shiro has to rely on his agent Keita Shimura to get his editor back on board. With the Fissure 5 deadline pushed back twice, the publisher is angry. As Noiz starts working on the Fissure manga once again, Keita takes Shiro out for a night of drinking to get the writer back on track. One thing leads to another and Keita ends up at Shiro’s condo. Noiz is confused causing an emotional rollercoaster that affects Shiro’s writing. Can Shiro finish the manuscript by the deadline before the publisher terminates his book deal? Find out in the next volume of the graphic noiz yaoi series.

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Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 3
Romantic Content: 1
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Class Differences, Interracial Relationship
Word Count: 50,699
Setting: New York City, United States
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters

About the Author

Natsuya Uesugi, by day, is a systems analyst who has designed aerospace, semiconductor, and financial systems. With an MBA in International Management and a minor in Japanese, Natsuya uses his Japanese, Black, and Native American heritage to paint his stories keeping an eye on diversity.

By night, Natsuya is an author and manga artist weaving stories in his dystopian cyberpunk "grydscaen" novel series, his dark fantasy trilogy "The Seer of Grace and Fire," and his contemporary yaoi novellas and manga "graphic noiz."

He studied animation and game design at the Art Institute of Phoenix, and graphic design at The New School for Social Research in New York City where he learned traditional animation fueling his childhood dream of creating manga. To date he has written and illustrated "A Storm's Coming" manga set in the grydscaen universe, and two manga in the "graphic noiz" series.  He also works as art director for the "A Storm's Coming" anime about an LGBT homeless youth which won the "Creative Conscience Award" for addressing gay teen homelessness.

He enjoys skydiving, cosplay, World Cup futbol, reading manga, watching French news, eating ramen and anything with matcha, watching anime in Japanese, and writing poetry.