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Eduardo Risso

1925 - 1986

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Eduardo G. Risso Salaverría (25 February 1925 – 12 January 1986) was an Uruguayan rower, who represented his native country at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. There he won the silver medal in the men's single sculls event, behind Australia's Mervyn Wood. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eduardo Risso has received more than 69,231 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Eduardo Risso is the 160th most popular comic artist, the 215th most popular biography from Uruguay and the most popular Uruguayan Comic Artist.

Eduardo Risso is most famous for his work as a comic book artist on the critically acclaimed series "100 Bullets," which he created with writer Brian Azzarello. His distinctive style, characterized by heavy use of shadows and dynamic panel layouts, has made him a highly respected figure in the comic book industry.

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Among comic artists, Eduardo Risso ranks 160 out of 174Before him are Kōsuke Fujishima, Mark Millar, Yuu Watase, Oh! great, Natsuki Takaya, and Len Wein. After him are Bill Watterson, Robert Kirkman, Scott McCloud, Jim Lee, One, and Alison Bechdel.

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Among people born in 1925, Eduardo Risso ranks 448Before him are Toivo Hyytiäinen, Fulvio Nesti, Medea Jugeli, George MacDonald Fraser, Barbara Bates, and Shelley Berman. After him are Gloria DeHaven, Curt Lowens, Ted Lindsay, William Jones, Warren Frost, and Tom Dowd. Among people deceased in 1986, Eduardo Risso ranks 246Before him are Virginia Gregg, Kate Smith, Robert Helpmann, Susan Cabot, Carlo Biagi, and Edmund Rubbra. After him are Howard Da Silva, James Gentle, Hank Greenberg, Igor Tselovalnikov, Smita Patil, and Chuck McKinley.

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In Uruguay

Among people born in Uruguay, Eduardo Risso ranks 215 out of 370Before him are Walter Gargano (1984), Luis Garisto (1945), Miguel Seijas (1930), Máximo Tajes (1852), Diego Alonso (1975), and Fernando Picun (1972). After him are Jorge Barrios (1961), Federico Valverde (1998), Daniel Martínez (1957), Walter Corbo (1949), Fabián O'Neill (1973), and Lucas Torreira (1996).

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Among comic artists born in Uruguay, Eduardo Risso ranks 1