Sexy spanking intrigued me before I knew what sex was. Drawing cartoons has also been a life-long passion, so naturally those two came together early on. The first "WolfieToons" were derived from comics ( comparatively cheap and ubiquitous back then, "sold at newsstands everywhere") and my trusty pad of tracing paper!
(What the first "WolfieToons" might have looked like if I'd found this panel from "Tom, Dick and Harriet," drawn by Lee Holley. And, yeah, the dialogue would have been about that "clever.")
Now, all the fabulous flying female crimefighters were wont to strike spankable poses--
--and so were the cuties of the "teen humor comics!" Of course, the most popular and most imitated of those were the Archie group, in particular, "Betty and Veronica!"
I would have plotzed to have seen those two actually get spanked, and it did happen on some extremely rare occasions!
For instance-- cutting a long story short-- at a Daddy-Daughter Dance, Veronica gives her pop, Mr. Lodge, a LOUD earful of grief, thinking he's Archie in disguise (told you, long story) and he restores the equilibrium:
Nor was that the only time we got to see Ronnie spanked! Well, more or less. Huge thanks to Web-Ed of Chicago Spanking Review for posting these pictures during this discussion at "Spanking Panels!" (Join up for free, and you'll see all the pics!)
You know, it's so nice to see Mr. Lodge try to teach rich brats the value of things!
Although I never saw any Betty and Veronica spankings back then, I did admire and copy the brilliant cartooning of a talent whose name I later learned was Dan DeCarlo.
Dan joined the Archie Group in the late 50's, and although that story didn't end well, his work became their "house style," meaning all the artists had to try to copy him. It's said his cute, curvy girls with their turned-up noses were based on his wife Josie. In fact, he gave one of his characters her name. She got some Pussycats and made a band later. (Again, thanks to Web-Ed for the following pin-up from this page at the CSR Forum!)
Now, before he went over to Archie, Dan was doing "Millie the Model" for Atlas Comics (which later became Marvel Comics) and single panel cartoons for another group of magazines Martin Goodman was also publishing, for an older audience!
But that was before my time, and I never knew he did that. Imagine my delighted surprise when the first thing I saw at that new website, Shadow Lane, was a copy of this Dan DeCarlo cartoon!
That particular copy-- slighty dizzy from the scanning-- is from Happy Jolly's page! Some of these are, too, and the others I've had in my collection for a while! Enjoy! I'll be back!
And so the circle was complete, and I loved Dan even more!
He's one of my many cartoonist heroes, for his superb draftsmanship and outstanding humor! He kept that slightly naughty sense of humor all the way to the end, by the way. When fans at the comic conventions would meet him and ask for a sketch of Josie, or Betty and Veronica, I'm told he would grin and ask, "Do you want her nude?" Sometimes they said, "Sure!!"
Although that one's only a peek!
And now, if you feel like foolin' around-- check out the new WolfieToon and the story snippets at this week's "Discipline And Desire" update!