Synopses & Reviews
What do you do if you're an artist who wants to display your soul but no one believes you have one?
Geisha is the futuristic tale of Jomi Sohodo, an android with a knack for painting. Adopted early on by the Kami family, Jomi has been assimilated into regular human life -- or so she thinks. Society, for all its advances, still regards her as an outcast, as something less than human.This makes it rather difficult for her to sell her paintings, and if she can't sell her paintings, she can't make rent. So, she enters the family business and becomes a bodyguard. In this new world of action and intrigue, Jomi becomes mixed up with a supermodel being stalked by a jealous ex-husband, a maniacal mogul with a taste for revenge, and the twisted double-cross of art fakery. Drawn with bold, expressive lines, and enhanced with subtle gray tones, Geisha is a sophisticated, yet light-hearted, tale that combines fine art, Japanese comics, and classic storytelling into one engaging adventure.