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Bio

I am Cameron Callahan and I write and doodle the slightly acclaimed comic series Scrambled Circuits. I release my own comics and also contribute to anthologies and magazines put together by others.

I grew up on a steady diet of cartoons, comic books, and NES video games. As a child my days were spent watching Beast Wars and ReBoot while my nights were spent staying up past my bed time secretly to watch Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Sifl & Olly and Liquid Television.

Some of my favorite comics that have influenced me in some way are Matt Wagner’s Grendel, Brian Wood’s Local, Warren Ellis’ Fell, Harvey Pekar’s American Splendor, Lee Falk’s The Phantom, and Jack Kirby’s Fourth World.

In the beginning of 2009 I left my job and moved out to the desert, at the rest of my mother, away from everything and everyone I knew to assist with my sick grandfather. Shortly after I released the first collection of Scrambled Circuits comics – over 30 pages of short comics about Primus, a well meaning but perpetually confused robot constantly in search of some amount of consistency and meaning in life.

Between 2010 and 2014 I have released multiple full length comic books, been mentioned on The Comics Journal website, contributed short comics to a few anthology collections and magazines, and started collaborating with other artists.