Steve Steere began working for Western Publishing
in the mid-1950s, and remained working for them until 1984. He was very prolific during this time, inking for artists such as Tony Strobl
, Harvey Eisenberg
and Phil De Lara
. He worked on titles such as Donald Duck
, Uncle Scrooge
, and Mickey Mouse
, among others. Beginning in 1963 he also worked on Disney
books for the foreign market. In 1978 he became the inker for the newspaper comic Scamp
. Also in 1978 he began to provide inks for Hanna-Barbera's Top Cat
and Quick Draw McGraw
, among others. He stopped working for Hanna-Barbera the following year. In 1981 he became the inker of the newspaper version of Mickey Mouse.
Steve Steere was born circa the 1920s. His son, Steve Steere Jr.
, is also a comic book artist.