Scamble and Cramble: Two Hep Cats! The Poetry Episode

A new Scamble and Cramble episode has been posted to the Comics page! And, meantime, regular readers of The Coming of the Toads may notice a new format now in the works. Please browse around and let me know what you like or not of the new template.


  1. bristlehound says:

    All very cool and contemporary Joe. “Rump Tower”- funny!
    Skates without boarders.
    You could put the cats on a Palio diet ( is that correct?). They look a little underweight.
    A touch of Japan, a hint of Australian and a whole lot of action.
    Great work!

    1. Joe Linker says:

      thx, B. the cats are on a strict diet of poetry. no fat, nourishing though. all vegetables and fruit. and legumes, lots of legumes!

  2. philipparees says:

    Very clean, less intimate. But with 4000+ followers you would know best!

    1. Joe Linker says:

      a follower is not necessarily a reader. but how does one create e-intimacy? what are the characteristics?

      1. philipparees says:

        No idea Joe. I think I recognise it when it happens but how to foster I cannot say. Like any intimacy the link happens ‘between’ not from… I just got fond of your header pictures, colours, and that child with imitating chicken! Spelt the introduction to you!

        1. Joe Linker says:

          Well, I’ve brought the child with the chicken back, having not forgotten your comments on the previous change, where I was looking for a look more minimalist. But your comment just now “the link happens ‘between’ not from” seems key. BTW, I’m just finishing up a new post suggested by something you said in your first comment. I’ll post it shortly.

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