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.
2007 Eisner Award Nominee.
Asaf Hanuka studied at the French art institution Emile Cohl. After majoring in illustration, he started working as an illustrator for various publications. He has collaborated on graphic novels with French writer Didier Daeninckx on ‘Carton Jaune!’ and ‘Hors Limits’, and Israeli writer Etgar Keret on ‘Streets of rage’. He is also working with French writer Roger Martin on a western graphic novel. Asaf has been working for daily newspapers and magazines. Among them Time, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The Source, Wall St. Journal, Forbes, and others.
Etgar Keret was born in Tel Aviv in 1967. He is undoubtedly the most popular writer among Israeli youth, who see him as expressing their world, and his unique style has been widely imitated. Keret received the Prime Minister’s Prize for literature and the Ministry of Culture Cinema Prize. His books in translation have received critical acclaim around the world, andKneller’s Happy Campers is included in French Fnac list of the 200 books of the decade. Keret lectures at Tel Aviv University Film School. His movie, Skin Deep, won the Israeli Oscar as well as first prize at several international film festivals. Over 40 short films based on his stories have been produced, and one received the 1998 American MTV Prize for the best animated film.
100 page black and white paperback with color covers
Alternative Comics, 2006