A native of Leones, Argentina, Eduardo Risso began drawing professionally in 1981 with the magazine strips "Julio Cesar" and "El Angel." Risso first worked with writer Brian Azzarello on the 1998 Vertigo miniseries JONNY DOUBLE, which led to their partnership on 100 BULLETS and the graphic novel BATMAN: BROKEN CITY. Risso's work on 100 BULLETS has earned him three Eisner Awards, two Harvey Awards and the Yellow Kid Award. He illustrated the miniseries FLASHPOINT: KNIGHT OF VENGEANCE, and recently completed the miniseries SPACEMAN.
BATMAN NOIR: EDUARDO RISSO spotlights the art of 100 BULLETS illustrator Eduardo Risso, which casts the Dark Knight in deep shadow on every page. With stories written by his frequent collaborator, Brian Azzarello, this title includes tales from a variety of Batman projects. The centerpiece of the book, a six-issue run of BATMAN called "Broken City," presents a profound examination of the Dark Knight Detective and the grim metropolis that he protects. While hunting the murderer of a small boy's parents, Batman is caught up in his own investigation and ruminations, only to fall prey to a deadly new pair of killers who have been stalking him.
Collects BATMAN #620-625, FLASHPOINT: BATMAN - KNIGHT OF VENGEANCE #1-3 and stories from WEDNESDAY COMICS #1-12 and BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #8.