(c.1906 - c.1962)
Pete Riss was active/lived in New York. Pete Riss is known for Comic illustration.
Biography Pete Riss
Pete Riss (c.1906- c.1962)
Long thought to have worked on only one Superman story, he has now been identified by Joe Desris as the artist on 5 stories, all produced in a very short period of time in 1943. The most famous of these is probably "Meet the Squiffles", a Jerry Siegel penned story about an Imp from another dimension named Ixnayalpay and his effect on Adolph Hitler. He may possibly have also done a short stint on the daily newspaper strip.
Riss had a slick crisp inking style reminiscent of Jack Burnley. He had a unique habit of drawing Superman flying with his knee pulled up so high it almost obscured his chest symbol.
Riss got around. He worked for Fawcett, Standard, Qua
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