And would you like some cuffs on the bottom, Ma'am?
We can have that for you Tuesday.
Actually, that's my alteration of this cartoon:
I don't know who did that, or where it was originally shown, but I'd love to know its context! The style is familiar-- it feels like a mid-to-late-60's thing to me. You've probably seen it on several websites and blogs the past few years. Anyway, I did the alteration for my amusement, and now, perhaps for yours, too.
But, having done it, and presenting it now, I seem to have violated my own principles! You see, I tend to be a cranky purist, and dislike radical changes to finished art.
Now, restoration is different; clean the centuries of candle soot and other painter's censorings off Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling, sharpen the faded images and remove the film scratches from the old Universal monster movies, but for crying out loud, Laurel and Hardy movies don't need to be colorized, especially when it's poorly done!
Bare pink cartoon butts are pretty darn cute, but sometimes subtlety is sexier! For instance, here's my second-favorite Dan DeCarlo spanking cartoon, one he did for publisher Martin Goodmen's men's humor digests in the early 60's while also working at Archie Comics!
A very funny and arousing little drawing, and so someone wanted to see Dan's Daisy Mae Clone with an unclad posterior! And who could blame him? (Or her?)
The thing is, I think that alteration, besides not being up to the actual line work, detracts rather than adds to the appeal! And it somehow bugs me that it might be mistaken by Googlers for Dan's original
But I don't get all prissy and pissy when someone takes credit for their alterations. Doc Cylon has done a bunch of colorizations and animations, like this one on a Frank Cho cartoon.
And I actually love the translations my French friend STAN/E has done for various WolfieToons! His background colors are often a big improvement, and if he removes a Wolfie Woman's panties, he presents the original cartoon as well.
I had a mixed reaction the first time I ever saw a WolfeToon altered. It was a quick and sloppy Chic Young pastiche that I presented in the long-gone "Arild's Movie Spanking Yahoo group"--
Someone wanted to see a later stage of that spanking, and in color!
That actually is a pretty subtle pink on her hiney. And, hey, where'd Daisy go? Out of the room to allow privacy? Not running for "help," I hope!
So I guess my thought is, alterations can be lots of fun to craft and to see, but maybe it's better to take credit and/or blame?
She's "Silica" from a fairly dreary 1985 sci-fi adventure "PG" cartoon movie called "Starchaser: The Legend of Orin."
Geek Soul Brother's remark about the "booty-plate reprogramming" aroused my-- curiosity, so I had to find out about it and report back to you.
First, some Teasers, then I'll show you the clip!
As a fan of sci-fi robots and sexy cartoon girls and sexy sci-fi cartoon girl robots
who was also raising light-saber-wielding boys in the Eighties, I don't know how I missed this one, but I will tell you that the psuedo-spanking scene-- complete with the line, "You Wouldn't Dare!"-- is the one bright spot in the whole darn movie!
Now, as an attempt of cashing in on "Star Wars" and "Conan the Barbarian," Ruby-Spears' "Thundarr the Barbarian" did a better job, even with its typically cheap Saturday Morning TV Cartoon writing, acting and animation!
"There's the Woodshed!!"
"Ooh, please don't spank me!!"
"Oh, there's nothing like a warm, tingly bottom! Thank you, you big lug!"
So-- you can find and watch the whole picture if you want to, but here's the only part you're likely to enjoy!
Oh, a brief set-up. Our heroes, Dagg, a space pilot pirate type, and Orin, the titular young warrior-to-be, escape from a ray-gun fight on some planet, having to snatch a mouthy robot clerk, Silica, in the process. Once safely back in space--
I've seen other interpretations of that probing scene, but you and I understand the real analogue, do we not? After all, that's hardly the first time a feisty female's attitude was changed from harsh and bossy to warm and amorous after a good over-the knee sparking.
While we're on the subject, here's another Famous Robot Butt-Smack I encountered on the Web recently:
And a pair who seem to be somehow missing out on the fun in this WolfieToon:
Frankenstein is probably my favorite feature creature.
Or, if you haveta go all "The Big Bang Theory" Sheldon, yes, properly, it's "The Frankenstein Monster."
There have been many, many attempts in the last eight decades to reconceive the Monster, but director James Whale, star Boris Karloff, and make-up maestro Jack Pierce set forever how everyone envisions him in the 1931 movie from Universal Pictures..
If you've never seen the first two movies, especially "The Bride of Frankenstein," you're in for a treat when you do.
You probably have seen these:
(Those are still a couple of my personal favorites!)
And here are my last two takes on the Universal Frankenstein*-- Enjoy!
(*I don't know if that means, "the final ones I'll do," or "the latest ones I did." Time will tell, time will tell.)