Pizzeria Kamikaze by Etgar Keret

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Pizzeria Kamikaze is about a guy with a broken heart who committed suicide only to find himself at Pizza Kamikaze, a regular day job in a world where everyone died before. Now, it's about passing time.

About Etgar Keret

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Born in Tel Aviv in 1967, Etgar Keret is the author of six bestselling story collections. His writing has been published in Harper's Magazine, The New York Times, The Paris Review, and Zoetrope. Jellyfish, his first movie as a director along with his wife, Shira Geffen, won the Camera d'Or prize for best first feature at Cannes in 2007. In 2010 he was named a Chevalier of France's Order of Arts and Letters.
Published March 28, 2006 by Alternative Comics. 100 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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(The dead can also perform miracles, but only if they're nothing particularly special.) He's got a job in a pizzeria, and a bunch of go-nowhere friends—but then his old roommate, who's thrown himself out a window, turns up and tells Mordy that the girl he killed himself over has also done herself...

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Austin Chronicle

Here's the other half of the Hanuka twins, crafting a graphic work from the short story "Kneller's Happy Campers" by acclaimed Israeli author Etgar Keret.

Dec 08 2006 | Read Full Review of Pizzeria Kamikaze

A Patchwork of Books

Since I’m still working on the second book and now promoting it, they asked if I had any ideas and I said we should do a series on Haggard West and Aurora – fill in all the gaps that are implied in the first book as I finish the second book, periodically leave town and come back again.

Mar 17 2013 | Read Full Review of Pizzeria Kamikaze

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