Eduardo Risso made his professional debut with the publishing house Columba in 1981, publishing his first work in the publisher's journal La Nacion and the magazines Eroticon and Satiricon. In the mid-1980s, he illustrated two comics for Editoriale Eura in Rome, 'Chas' and 'Cain', both from scenarios by Ricardo Barreiro. In 1989, he teamed up with Carlos Trillo to create the fantasy saga 'Fulù', that appeared in Puertitas.
Je Suis un Vampire
With the same scenarist, Risso came up with 'Simon, une Aventure Américaine', 'J.C. Benedict', 'Chicanos' and 'Borderline'. In 1997, he started collaborating with the North-American publisher Dark Horse to illustrate a comic adaptation of the movie 'Alien Resurrection'. This was followed by 'Aliens: Wraith' in 1998 and 'Video Nocturno' in 2001, a comic he had created for the French publisher Albin Michel in 1994.
In 1998 he worked with Brian Azzarello on the DC mini-series 'Jonny Double'. Also with Azzarello he began the award-winning series '100 Bullets' for DC's Vertigo imprint in 1999, as well as the 'Batman' mini-series 'Broken City' in 2003-04. His other DC stints include 'Flinch', 'Heart Throbs', 'Weird Western Tales', 'Batman: Gotham Knights', 'Transmetropolitan' and 'Winter's Edge'.
Logan #2, 2008
In addition, he has illustrated 'Spider-Man's Tangled Web' and 'Logan' for Marvel, and published stories in Heavy Metal Magazine. For the European market, Risso continued his collaboration with Carlos Trillo at publisher Albin Michel with 'Je Suis un Vampire' (2000-2010), 'Lectures Macabres' (2001) and 'Tabasco Blues' (2002), and at Delcourt with 'Point de Rupture' (2009).
Point de Rupture