Updated on 16 October, 2021
Greg Evans is the brains behind one of the most beloved comic strips in the world. Greg Evans has worked with top comic book writers such as Ed Brisson and Stan Lee on numerous titles including the Avengers series and many others. He also co-created the TV series, X-Men, which was one of the most successful spin-offs from the original X-Men series. Now Greg is once again the proprietor of his own comic strip, having left the famous X-Men series after eight years.
If you are not familiar with the Greg Evans Comic Strip you might not know that he is the creator of the popular TV show, Greg the Greg. While many of you may know his work on the immensely popular television show, Greg the Greg still has his own comic strip. This is an amazing feat for an artist, but one that he accomplished long before his time on the air. If you know anything about comic books you will know that Greg Evans often created new characters while working on the popular X-Men series. So if you recognize some of the names of characters like Cyclops, Phoenix, Storm, Jean Grey, or Wolverine you might have seen a few panels from Greg's comic strip.
The Greg Evans Comic Strip is about a young boy who loves to draw. While at college he meets and gets inspired by a legendary comic strip called the "averages". In this comic strip, a character called Mortimer creates a character named Mortimer the Mortimer, who goes on a journey looking for people who have had their life changed due to a traumatic event. Mortimer always ends up getting shot because of his crazy adventures. Many fans of the Greg Evans comic strip are interested in Mortimer and how he changes people's lives.
Another favorite of Greg Evans is his Crossword puzzle. For those who do not know, Crossword puzzles are a puzzle that is created to place the letters of the word in a square surrounding a crossword clue. You have probably heard of the game called crossword but for those who do not know what it is, Crossword is a popular type of puzzle that many people enjoy solving with the use of a crossword puzzle. This is where you can specify the number of letters you would like to see in your puzzle and then you just click on the correct letter and your completed puzzle will appear.
The Greg Evans Comic Strip also features a character named Mortimer who uses a computer to solve his crossword clues. In this strip he often times solves the puzzle by typing in the correct word. One of the examples of this is in the first panel where he types in "apple". The correct answer is a picture of an apple.
The fifth panel shows a computer screen that has one of the possible answers "apple" typed in. It is then revealed that Mortimer is actually looking at a different piece of paper that says "beef". This reveals that the correct answer is "beef". It also shows that in Greg's mind, there are five different pieces of paper for the crossword clues.
In the final panel of the comic strip, Greg shows the answer to the next clue. The clue consists of two words, "beef", and "butter". This can be read as "beef steak" or "butter butter". This reveals that the next clue for the solution will consist of the correct answer to the previous question, which is, "What is the best tasting beef in Texas?"
There are several different versions of the Greg Evans Comic Strip. Each one is unique in that it includes a different format for the questions and clues. While the main focus of the strip is on Greg Evans, the format allows for many other types of characters to pop up throughout the strips. These include several different forms of expression such as exclamation marks and other special sounds.