- Comic Doodler, present
I am Cameron Callahan and I write and doodle the comic series Scrambled Circuits. I release my own minicomics and also contribute to anthologies and magazines put together by others. Rob Clough of The Comics Journal called me an "artist to watch"!
I grew up on a steady diet of cartoons, comic books, and NES and Atari 2600 video games. As a child my mornings 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.
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.
I love NSFWshow and KATG with all my heart. <>
I added about six more comics to the chronological retelling of the first three SCRAMBLED CIRCUITS books I did to the Tapastic page.
Read (Or re-read!) them here: http://tapastic.com/episode/54170
Buy the 4th book, featuring art from a handful of super talented (Mostly Whitechapel native) artists, here: https://gumroad.com/l/EMRg
Read a review from Rob Clough about all four here: http://highlowcomics.blogspot.com/2014/08/minicomics-round-up-kellyantal.html
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Take a look at his review here: http://highlowcomics.blogspot.com/2014/08/minicomics-round-up-kellyantal.html
And every week I am putting up an old Scrambled Circuits comic, no longer available most elsewhere, here: http://tapastic.com/episode/54170
Or just via paypal:
2.99 for 28 pages of comics written by me and drawn by me and six very talented and too-good-to-work-with-me artists. I've talked a lot here and there about this comic, how long it took to finally get done, the pitfalls I came across and all that. I'm immensely proud of the end product and I am forever grateful to the artists that make this book so great - MegaDeath DinosaurKlaus, Dylan Gandune, Danny Funkzilla, JeCorey Holder, Mark Fox, and Chris Graves. Some of them I've known for years, some I met because of this or my other comics. Everyone that is read this book so far has given a very generous and humbling response. I hope whoever decides to give it a try enjoys it. The first three Scrambled Circuits issues can be freely downloaded at http://animalcrackerdeathparade.net/ and are currently almost done being
All pre-orders will arrive to you in print or 1s and 0s November 27 or before.
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ComiXology taking longer than past experiences to respond so unless they get back to soonish I'm preparing for an end of November release date for the latest Scrambled Circuits comic, starring the naive robot Primus and his connections to his friends, family, and coworkers.
This issue features eight stories about Primus and his love of art and his family's apparent disinterest in it. I wrote all of it and SIX artists across the U.S. and a little of Europe illustrate them beautifully.
It is almost ready. The last story is being worked on and everything else has been lettered and formatted. It will include nine stories about Primus, from when he was just a lil robot through to more recent times and largely deals with his struggle with creativity - what makes him want to exercise it, share it, and face it. This collection will read by itself but also fits in and is informed by the other issues, if you’ve read them, though they can be read by themselves or out of order.
It has stories in it drawn by me, Elvis Brown, Dylan Canfield, Danny Ferbert, Mark Fox, Chris Graves, and JeCorey Holder (You guys will be hearing from me at some point).
After this and getting the collection of the first three ready for ComiXology I will be collecting and formatting another persons super awesome autobio comic into a pretty ebook for free download, working on some super short non-SC comics, and more towards the end of the year start writing the next Scrambled Circuits (and thinking about the next Special Annual issue drawn with the help of others). And also oh god coffee.