A native of Leones, Argentina, Eduardo Risso began drawing professionally in 1981. Risso spent many years working in Argentina as well as Europe before breaking into American comics in 1997. He worked with writer Brian Azzarello on the 1998 Vertigo miniseries JONNY DOUBLE, which began a partnership that continues to this day. Risso and Azzarello’s work on JONNY DOUBLE led directly to their partnership on 100 BULLETS. Since then the duo have joined forces on the DC graphic novel BATMAN: BROKEN CITY, BATMAN: KNIGHT OF VENGENANCE and the Vertigo limited series SPACEMAN.
Risso's work on 100 BULLETS has earned him four Eisner Awards, two Harvey Awards and the Yellow Kid Award.
Currently, Risso is back on a hunt for vengeance with Azzarello on the Vertigo limited series 100 BULLETS: BROTHER LONO.
|100 BULLETS VOL. 12: DIRTY|
|100 BULLETS: BROTHER LONO #1||BATMAN ‘66 MEETS THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. #1||BATMAN/THE SHADOW #3|
|BEFORE WATCHMEN: COMEDIAN #1||HARLEY QUINN #17||SUPERMAN: DOOMED #1|
|THE MULTIVERSITY: THE JUST #1|
|100 BULLETS: BROTHER LONO #2|
|BATMAN BY BRIAN AZZARELLO AND EDUARDO RISSO DELUXE EDITION||BATMAN NOIR: EDUARDO RISSO DELUXE EDITION||BEFORE WATCHMEN: MOLOCH #1|
|BEFORE WATCHMEN: MOLOCH #2||BODIES #6||DARK NIGHT: A TRUE BATMAN STORY|
|DARK NIGHT: A TRUE BATMAN STORY||TIME WARP #1|
|FIRST WAVE||FIRST WAVE||JONAH HEX #62|
|JONAH HEX VOL. 11: BURY ME IN HELL||SUPERMAN: GROUNDED VOL. 1||SUPERMAN: WAR OF THE SUPERMEN|
|SUPERMAN: WAR OF THE SUPERMEN|
updatedDC HORROR PRESENTS: SGT. ROCK VS. THE ARMY OF THE DEAD #3Rock and Easy Company have had some fun defending themselves against Hitler’s undead goons, but now it’s time for them to have a gas when they go on the offensive and head behind enemy lines. And hey, speaking of gas, is that a flamethrower in your hands or are ya just happy to see me? Time to burn it all down or die trying, Easy Company!
DC HORROR PRESENTS: SGT. ROCK VS. THE ARMY OF THE DEAD #1
Berlin, 1944. The Nazis are besieged on all fronts by the Allied forces. Defeat is inevitable.
SUPERMAN: GROUNDED VOL. 1
Top comics writer J. Michael Straczynski takes Superman on a journey across the U.S., originally presented in SUPERMAN #700-706.
DMZ VOL. 9: M.I.A.
After the shattering events of HEARTS AND MINDS, M.I.A. takes Matty to a remote and desolate section of the city. Self-exile forces him to take a good, hard look at himself and his conduct since he entered the DMZ, and he doesn't like what he's seeing. His discovery presents him with an opportunity that he's tempted to take, but is the price too high? This volume collects issues #50-54 and includes a pinup gallery with art by Jim Lee, Dave Gibbons, Eduardo Risso and others.
DC HORROR PRESENTS: SGT. ROCK VS. THE ARMY OF THE DEAD #2Sgt. Rock and Easy Company are behind enemy lines, armed to the teeth, and ready to go up against the strangest-and deadliest-enemies they’ve ever encountered: zombies, and a whole lot of ’em! Strap in, soldiers, it’s you against the world…of the dead!
FLASHPOINT BEYOND #0The world of Flashpoint returns! After sacrificing everything to help the Flash put the universe back together and save Bruce Wayne’s life, Thomas Wayne wakes up in a world he thought was no more. Forced to don the cowl once again, Batman prowls the streets of Gotham searching for answers to how this world still exists, but what he starts to uncover will send him hurtling around the globe. The hunt for the Clockwork Killer starts here! Legendary writer Geoff Johns comes back to the alternate world he created, partnering with prolific artist Eduardo Risso as he returns to the Flashpoint Batman!
Celebrate 50 issues of DMZ with "Notes from the Underground," an oversized collection of short stories gathered by stranded rookie journalist Matty Roth on location in the heart of America's Second Civil War. Featuring art from talent spanning the entire industry including Ryan Kelly (Local) Fábio Moon (B.P.R.D., DAYTRIPPER), JP Leon (STATIC) and more! This is a must-not-miss celebration of a pivotal Vertigo series.
DARK NIGHT: A TRUE BATMAN STORY
The Caped Crusader has been the all-abiding icon of justice and authority for generations. But in this surprising original graphic novel, we see Batman in a new light—as the savior...