WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Tails Of The Old West!

Howdy, Pardners!

Pull up a log to th' campfire, and I'll show ya a coupla thangs guaranteed t'make ya grin.

One of the first places WolfieToons appeared on the Web was a Yahoo Group with creative writers chronicling the events of an old Western town known as Bratsville in Spankville County!

There, you'd find handsome Dom-types like this here feller--


-- and brat types who often ran rampant, needin' some handlin'-- 



--who frequently got the goat of old goats and coots in th' place.

"Goldurn li'l whippersnappers need a whip snap or two, I reckon!!"

This was in the grand tradition of previous tomes romanticizing the lives of the rugged, manly men and beautiful, wild woman in the untamed frontier of the old American west, like these Fiction House comics from  the late 40's and 50's-- with gorgeous covers by some of the very best artists in the business at the time!

I mean, LOOKIT THAT BUTT!!  Wowsers!

Here is a tough and handsome cowpoke fending off rustlers whilst his plucky gal just barely keeps her shapely li'l behind outta th' way of long horns!  

I never ever minded any possible wardrobe anachronisms in these printed horse operas.  Would a young Caucasian woman adopted into a Native American Tribe really have plunged into peril in a form-fitting, knee-length emerald dress?  Maybe not, but her costume and her spankable pose sold a bunch of copies of this mag, I bet!  . 

Now within the pages of these books you often saw scenes like: 

(Hey, he paddled her pants pink!!)

Tsk.  You know he DOESN'T hate doing that, NOR does she hate it or him! 

Well, anyway, I've tried, from time to time, to keep up the tradition-- 

And then ride off into the sunset.

It's Erica's Birthday!

Made you look!!

That's the wonderfully sharp, talented, complex, hilarious, loving and lovely Erica Scott in her birthday suit.

Because today is her birthday.

And we all know what that means, hey?

(You can click to see these bigger.)  

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

If You Want Your Fanny Tanned~!

Everyone knows those famous little bare buns.  Did you know that was the work of Joyce Ballantyne?

Joyce did lots and lots of art, everything from paper dolls to pin-us!  Wonderful pin-ups like these:  

Even advertising pin-ups the women would like!  Oh, yes, and some guys, too.

Here's an evocative number from a tire ad!


Here's Joyce celebrating her accomplishments in her later years:

She was sometimes miffed that ALL anyone ever wanted to talk to her about was the Coppertone Girl-- who, by the way, was modeled by Joyce's own daughter!

Naturally, that ad has been copied and parodied a million times or more, like this one Kylie Minogue and Company did:

But with the appearance of thongs and whatnot, some women actually want tanned bottoms!

Which was the idea behind this  "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" WolfieToon from 2008:

Now to round this entry out (heh!) a couple more bare beach bums burning!

Ooh, here's a familiar pair!

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Pranksters meets Spanksters

These are the first two April Fool's cartoons I did for "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE."  Surprisingly, I don't seem to have done many others in my nearly ten years tenure!  

There is a new one over there this week with a giant spider, he says teasingly.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

A Musical Interlude From My Formative Years

Let's celebrate Spring with real dances from the 60's done at a hotel and casino that's been torn down with a guitar guy nobody knows!!

Here's Boby Vee doing an even older tune about Baby Faces,  because The Night Has A Thousand Eyes.
And now Nancy Sinatra and her girls prance in boots.  Wowsers!
And some girls hail a cab with flippy skirts.  They must think I'm driving. 
(For cultural reference, I'm told "Scopitones" were 16mm films that played in a sort of video jukebox in nightclubs back in the Days of Yore.  I was around then, but they wouldn't have let me into the clubs.)