Best known for his critically acclaimed and oft-reprinted work on DC Comics' Scooby-Doo, Terrance Griep has left his distinct mark on such icons Superman, Batman, and Green Lantern for that same company, as well. He also contributes to numerous titles for Image Comics. Further, Terrance has scribed his own super-hero creations, The Skulker and Johnny Cosmic, both of whom have enjoyed success at various publishers. Current and recent projects include Witchgirls, Inc., and Tales of the Arcane from Heroic Publishing. A member of the Prism Comics' Advisory Board, he is a writer of that organization's frequently-hit Queer Eye on Comics web feature. For General Mills, Terrance has written several comic strips which featured BuzzBee, the Honey Nut Cheerios mascot. That work was ingested by tens of millions of bleary-eyed readers, appearing in places as varied as cereal boxes and theme park place mats. Terrance also regularly and recklessly ventures into the realm of writing words without pictures. He's worked as a reporter, reviewer, and columnist for a myriad of newspapers and magazines, most notably OUT, The Advocate, Instinct and Star Trek Monthly. Terrance has written, directed, produced, and performed a series of regular radio plays which were heard in twenty different markets, ranging from San Diego to Toronto to New York. Currently, he works for Midwest Pro Wrestling and NeoPro Wrestling as bad guy performer and commentator Tommy "The SpiderBaby" Saturday. The International Gay Outdoors Organization recently named him one of the Nine Toughest Gay Guys in America. For precisely one day, he served as Crunch, the Minnesota Timberwolves' lupine mascot. His hobby is working.