Comic Review: Pizzeria Kamikaze (BOOM! Studios)

BOOM! Studios Comics proudly presents your favorite American/New Yorker Pizza, but a different story in Pizzeria Kamikaze. Now, about taking a bite of Pizza, it’s a great thing and cheap […]

BOOM! Studios Comics proudly presents your favorite American/New Yorker Pizza, but a different story in Pizzeria Kamikaze.

Now, about taking a bite of Pizza, it’s a great thing and cheap from every other Pizzeria in the U.S. But we can all agree that the New York Pizza style is probably the best of all. It always seemed to be real to eat such a great texture, but sometimes the day job at the Pizzeria is kinda stressful, but when this comic came up, it’s a different story more than seeing someone cooking up and delivering some Pizzas around the town, but this one is going for all the drama that the main characters are going through.

Now, this is actually more of an occult story where ghosts ever existed and eat pizza before, but everything has started when a guy named Mordy, the main character and narrator who died because he committed suicide because of his broken heart, and then after that he finds himself working at a local pizzeria on the afterlife. However, this is much darker for any story that I’ve ever read. So he lived his own life as a ghost, working at a pizzeria, have a place to live, made new friends, and so on. But the important part is that most of the people that Mordy sees around were already dead, and they’re going on being like zombies, not until everything else comes up to Mordy and Uzi. Will he be able to live his life as a ghost, working at a local pizzeria?

It’s very dark to learn about the story about someone who died and worked around at the pizzeria, it’s almost seemed random to everyone to know what’s heaven looks like. However, there are things around there that are mostly included for the story is the plot because the story seemed to be interesting to have a scene where everyone dies and went into a different place which would be heaven, hell or purgatory. I mean there are some really amazing things that came up with the story, but it seems too dark to tell the differences between life and death because Mordy chose to die and sets to find his ex-girlfriend on the road. The art of the comic was really amazing actually, but not just the whole set of the characters, but the landscapes made me stunned because it seemed too real to draw from observation. Well speaking of the pizzeria, it got to say, do the ghosts ever ate pizza before? I would imagine life if someone dies, and everything will be pizza heaven. So anyway the Pizzeria Kamikaze was a great story and I would recommend to anyone to read it through the end.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, currently residing in another country. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.