Eduardo Risso (born in 1959) is an Argentine comic book artist.
In the United States he is probably best known for his work with writer Brian Azzarello on the Vertigo title 100 Bullets,

Eduardo Risso started drawing comics in the mid-eighties. During the Argentine years (1980’s) he is noted for his collaborations with
Ricardo Barreiro and Carlos Trillo with titles such as Cain & Fulù.
He primarily collaborated with Carlos Trillo during the European years (1990′) on many series such Simon, Una Aventura Americana, Boy Vampiro, Borderline and Chicanos.

He made his US debut in 1997 with 2 Aliens comics for Dark Horse comics and several titles for Heavy Metal.
His first work for DC comics was the four-issue miniseries Jonny Double with writer Brian Azzarello. Two years later, they began together
the critically acclaimed Vertigo top series 100 Bullets which ran for 100 issues.

In 2002, the series won the Harvey Awards for best writer, best artist and best ongoing series. In 2003, it also won
the Harvey Award for best artist and in 2004 the Eisner Award for best ongoing series.

Batman Noir is a collection of four Batman tales where his art reminds you of Frank Miller’s take on the character in “The Dark Knight Returns”.

He also made covers and contributions for other comic series such as Transmetropolitan, Wonder Woman, Red Sonja, Superman and DMZ.

His current works are Before Watchmen: Moloch and Brother Lono.

Present at FACTS: 2014