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Announcement: Graphic Noiz, by Natsuya Uesugi

Graphic NoizQSFer Natsuya Uesugi has a new yaoi book out:

Noiz is a 19 year old illustrator just graduated from art school and created his first manga, Disaster Code about the psychic boy, Mai. Noiz has a psychic secret of his own. He is excited to be showing his work at a comic convention in New York City. He eagerly sets up his table at the con. When no one stops by his table on the first day he starts to get discouraged.

The famous writer Shiro Ijima is also at the con signing books in his bestselling scifi Fissure series. Shiro wanders the aisles in Artist Alley and is intrigued by Noiz’ work only to walk away and have his agent come over and inquire with Noiz. A cat and mouse game starts as Shiro’s agent tries to get Noiz to bite. Shiro wants to use Noiz to turn Fissure volume 1 into a manga. Shiro is a womanizer but seems to be taking interest in more than just Noiz’ art.

Follow the antics of an eager artist and an arrogant writer as they plan to start the Fissure manga project in graphic noiz #1, the first volume of this YA yaoi series.


Natsuya is giving away a free ebook copy of the grydscaen scifi cyberpunk novella “Rogue” from his backlist. Just comment on the blog post below for a chance to win.

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Noiz took the ComiCon exhibitor’s packet out of the envelope and looked at it. The packet had his name on it.
Then suddenly he heard it. He looked up at the TV. “Special guest, Shiro Ijima, author of the bestselling cyberpunk Fissure series will be in attendance…” said the commercial.
Noiz’ eyes got wide. He got up and went to the shelf by the back wall leading to his studio and looked at all the many books and manga he used as reference for his art. He ran his hand over the volumes until he found Fissure book 1. He pulled it off the shelf.
“I love this series. Maybe I can get Shiro Ijima to sign my copy. That would be awesome. Noiz brought the book and sat down on the couch. He turned the book over and read the author bio on the back. It said that Shiro had been a writer for manga at one time and graduated to writing books when his first novel hit it big. The cover of Fissure looked like a manga illustration. Noiz wondered who drew the cover image. He went on to read that Shiro was looking to collaborate with an artist on the manga version of Fissure.
This got Noiz excited. He looked at Shiro’s picture on the back of the book and thought he was handsome with his blonde dyed hair and deep brown eyes. “He is so out of my league. I don’t even know if he is gay. I thought he only dated girls.” Noiz became discouraged. He threw the book on the couch, got up and went to the kitchen. Two more days to the comic convention. He couldn’t wait.

Author Bio

Natsuya Uesugi is a systems analyst and white hat hacker who has worked in the design of aerospace, semiconductor and financial systems. With an MBA in International Management and a minor in Japanese, Natsuya has been around computers most of his life. He studied animation and game design in art school where he finalized the character designs and personalities for the main characters of grydscaen.

Natsuya draws all the interior illustrations and cover art for his books and manga. He will release the first volume of the dark fantasy trilogy The Seer of Grace and Fire in March 2017. graphic noiz is a yaoi scifi novella series and manga that will have multiple releases in 2017. The next volume of the grydscaen series will be released July 2017. Also check out the grydscaen short anime series on youTube and the upcoming grydscaen RPG Trading Card game.

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