Steve Langille is the creator of the single panel cartoon 'Strange Breed'. He started drawing at the young age of seven. After high school graduation, with no money for college, Steve Langille was military bound. He got hooked on Gary Larson's 'Far Side'. Finally, about eight years later, Langille got serious about cartooning. His 'Strange Breed' cartoons were published in the Sierra Star and the Santa Cruz Mountain Times on a regular basis. Besides 'Strange Breed', Steve Langille did the illustration of a Thomas Peacock book about food and restaurant inspecting, among others.
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