WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Halloween Greetings!

This is Wolfie's Halloween Costume by Larken, who says, "Wolves play dress up more than anybody I know.!"

Isn't that great?  Thanks, lovely Larken!!  And now...




Just some fun for the Howl-a-day...

And all my sympathy and best wishes for storm recovery for you on the northeast coast!

Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Monster Rises Again!


Here is my latest version of the Frankenstein Monster (1935 model), appearing in this week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"



And here are my previous four attempts.  I've never looked at them all together like this.  








And here are the five spanked bottoms that go with those monstrous faces.  It's no big challenge, I bet you know which goes to which. 










Out of curiosity, I looked to see if anyone else has done Frankenspanken cartoons;  I remember that Endart did Herman and Lily Munster once, but I can't find a copy of that just now. 

Nik Zula did THIS ONE featured at Chicago Spanking Review.

And that-- surprisingly!-- seems to be it.

Unless you know better!

Here's a bonus, a couple of clips in case you've never seen the original movies from Universal and director James Whale, or especially if you have.

This is the scene from the first movie, 1931, in which Frankenstein exposes his creation to daylight for the first time:




And in 1935's "The Bride of Frankenstein," the Monster, on the run, encounters the peculiar Dr. Pretorius in the crypt, celebrating his "new world of gods and monsters!" 

 


Disciplining the Brides

This is one of the first Halloween WolfieToons I did for "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"





By the way, if you've never ever seen Bela Lugosi in the original "Dracula," here's a clip with co-star Dwight Frye for your entertainment and cultural enrichment:





Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Ghost Spanking!

Did you know if you Search Engine "Ghost Spanking" you do NOT find any images of spanking ghosts?!

Not even a screen-shot from that one episode of the TV version of  "Topper!"

GASP!!

So, let's see if we can change that!

First, with an image from this week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE AND DESIRE!"



(There are some sexy and spooky story snippets and free chapters over there, too, by the way!)

Now, let's put up a quick and sloppy Wolfie parody!



And finally, an older WolfieToon from "D & D" and my recommendation that you find the original movie for some of your Halloween Month fun!



Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Fab Fannies From Frank!


The WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" this week is my meager tribute to one of the finest illustrators to have graced a book cover, the late Frank Frazetta!


(Self portrait of the artist as a young man)

There are critiques and tributes to Frank all over the web, and I'll give you a couple of links below, but just in case you're not sure who he is, here are some images.

First, one of my favorites, I believe the name of it is "Great Form."



Frank loved golf-- he loved being able to make a living at the easel-- he loved his wife Ellie and his kids and life in the suburbs-- and evidently he loved female bottoms!











(Might be some kinda symbolism there...)









Frank began his career doing comics-- including a stint as one of Al Capp's "ghosts" on "Li'l Abner," as well as romance comics and public service ads!  







(I think that guy kinda looks like young Frank and the gal like Bettie Page!  I wonder if that was deliberate?)




(He NEVER gets winded!  Get it, Guys??)

But Frazetta's biggest claim to fame came from the work he did in the 60's and 70's, book covers and illustrations for paperback runs of the "Conan" series--



 And the "Tarzan"  adventures-- 



And "John Carter of Mars" and company--




And more, including "Warren" comics magazines-- the publishers of "Famous Monsters of Filmland"-- which had anthologies of scary stories and a voluptuous vampire from outer space!







And here's one of Frazetta's paintings for a series of books about  Victorian era antihero "Flashman!"


Frank did a later version that I think could find a nice home over with Mike and Season at their "BLOSSOM AND THORN" BLOG!


I'm not sure why Michael and Season came to mind looking at this... but... 

Hope you enjoyed these, and many thanks to art lovers all over the web for sharing these images! 



You can click these links for a splendid Frazetta obituary at "JONSIBAL DESIGN WORKS" BLOGwhich includes a trailer for a documentary called "Painting With Fire," and an entry about Frank and his wife Ellie that I love from the "ILLUSTRATION ART" BLOG!

There is a quote-- I thought it was by Frazetta, but I haven't been able to confirm that-- about the delicious joys of rendering  female buttocks.  It went something like, "It's hard to explain the fascination.  On the canvas, it's really just two spheres interacting, but I love it.  I could draw bottoms all day!"

Y'know, I feel the same way!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

'Bots and Butts!



That detail is from this week's WolfieToon at  "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE," and is the latest version of a machine I've had in mind for decades.

First of all, on the Forever Coolometer, Robots are at Number Two,  just behind Dinosaurs.  But it's pretty close.  Sometimes people just can't make up their minds, and you have Dinosaur Robots.



My personal favorite, the robot I had circa 1961, was ROBOT COMMANDO!!



Don't be fooled by what the box says, you could control Robot Commando even if your name was Irving, and Under Your Command, he Ambled Menacingly in four directions like a tank, rolled his Hypnotic Eyeballs, hurled Projectile Spheres and SHOT MISSILES OUT OF THE TOP OF HIS HEAD!!  Red rubber-tipped missiles.  Holy Freudian Symbolism, Batman!




In turn, my boys had the TRANSFORMERS (Robots In Disguise!!) and the "Star Wars" 'Droids.




You'll notice how red is always a favorite color.


('Toon interpretation by Sadie Figueroa!)


Say, I bet you can find the ones YOU loved at this website:  THE OLD ROBOTS WEBSITE!

Well, anyway, two passions must eventually meld, and thus is born the Spanking Robot.


That's an early version of mine that I'm proud to see parading around the Web!


There have been others;  You "Big Bang Theory" types should recognize these two characters in a photo done by ADzArt at Deviantart!



"Carrie" from the British For-The-Men Mag "Mayfair" got a good scrubbing from her automaton assistant.  That's not quite a spanking, but it's pretty close.  A brush was involved.





(I think that's Don Lawrence's painting-- but that assumption is subject to correction!)


There are Bots paddling Bottoms all over the Web!  Do a search and see what's at Chross's site, Chicago Spanking Review, the Spank Statement, and Nik Zula's cartoons!  

I prefer the humanoid versions to the mere "spanking machines," which, as everybody knows, have always been in the Principal's Office.  




Now, regarding my latest version, Kaki wanted to know how it was controlled.  

Well, the red dial on the upper front-center of Robospankher 7.0 is the Control Setting, which One can adjust Herself.  It will ask "Are you certain of the number of smacks and intensity level?" and once she presses, "Yes," this cannot be changed, even by calling out "Banana Oil!" or some such.  

However, there is a Top Voice Recognition and Activation Override which can be used to change those settings, or to ensure that a proper paddling takes place in case the Top must be away. 





Which addresses a question Larken asked:  Why would a Top ever delegate this important duty to an electronic device?  It is not, as she slyly suggested, any laziness on his part, but is in fact an Emergency Measure, just in case he is required elsewhere but She Absolutely Positively Needs To Get Spanked Right Away.

As a matter of fact, Larken sugested that the Robospankher 7.0 was not any mechanical marvel at all, but Wolfie in his Halloween costume! 

Why I never.