Cameron Callahan writes and (used to? sometimes?) draws the slightly acclaimed comic Scrambled Circuits.
Scrambled Circuits is a collection of short comics starring the naive robot Primus and his connections with other people like his friends, family, and coworkers. It generally deals with very hard hitting, real world issues such as how awesome drawing hand turkeys can be, how great coffee is, and how growing up destroys your moral compass. The issues can be read in any order. Each issue tries to collect a group of stories that go together as a stand alone collection while also being informed by the other issues (If you have read any).
In 2009 the first collection of Scrambled Circuits comics was released – 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.
2010 and 2011 saw the release of another Scrambled Circuits collection each year as well as a few comic contributions to anthologies put together by others. November of 2013 saw the release of the fourth collected volume of Scrambled Circuits stories - All written by Cameron but drawn by many different artists.
More Scrambled Circuits stories are in the works, as well as a number of downloadable comic collections written and drawn by others that will be available right on this site soon enough.