At fourteen, Greg’s first comic strip ran in a local newspaper, which shut down after three weeks. At seventeen, he was a caricaturist at a theme park, which was then turned into a shopping mall. At 22, the university that awarded him a degree in graphic design promptly changed its name. He’s done comic book work for Caliber and Malibu, if that tells you anything. Leaving this trail of destruction, Cravens went into advertising, an industry that rightly deserved a good kneecapping, but was unable to destroy it. So he went back to comic strips. His two syndicated features are The Buckets and Hubris!. He lives, but he won’t say where, with whom nor how many darn pets might be involved.