WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Friday, June 21, 2013

Celebrating Summer Heat!

Happy Summer Solstice!!




Here are a couple of things to celebrate the Official Start of Summer: 


A Groovy Tune from Nat King Cole!!  

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A Backyard Backside Barbecue from "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"



And one of the pictures from  Phil "Overbarrel's" current series that I thought should start a new trend, "Summer Spanked Rear In The Park!"




That's not what he calls it, though;  the real title is "A Walk In The Park," and you can see the whole show at "Overbarrel's Spankingtoons Yahoo Group 5" and /or at THIS PAGE of the "Chicago Spanking Review" Forum!

Happy Sunburns, All!


Monday, June 17, 2013

Little Red, Writhing Good!

Yes, grammatically, that should be "Writhing Well."

But it had to happen..I decided there should be a Wolfie Version of this tail to join the lot.  It's the new cartoon this week over at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"




The story of the Girl In Da Hood and her Cross-Dressing Lupine has been told countless times throughout the ages, with many fine illustrators, like-- Gustave Dore!



("MY, what adorable chubby cheeks you have, Red!")

And Walter Crane!


And Janet and Anne Grahame Johnstone!  (Say, what a tall, handsome wolf!)




And the Cartwrights!  (Not Ben, Adam, Hoss, and Little Joe)




 And... And whoever the hell this is!! 


"Got any muffins in there, Toots?"



 But enough Culture.  There have been just as many parodies, and here are three I'm particularly fond of.   The first is by James Thurber and is short and hilarious. 




The Little Girl and the Wolf

by James Thurber

One afternoon a big wolf waited in a dark forest for a little girl to come along carrying a basket of food to her grandmother. Finally a little girl did come along and she was carrying a basket of food. "Are you carrying that basket to your grandmother?" asked the wolf. The little girl said yes, she was. So the wolf asked her where her grandmother lived and the little girl told him and he disappeared into the wood.

When the little girl opened the door of her grandmother's house she saw that there was somebody in bed with a nightcap and nightgown on. She had approached no nearer than twenty-five feet from the bed when she saw that it was not her grandmother but the wolf, for even in a nightcap a wolf does not look any more like your grandmother than the Metro-Goldwyn lion looks like Calvin Coolidge. So the little girl took an automatic out of her basket and shot the wolf dead.

(Moral: It is not so easy to fool little girls nowadays as it used to be.)



Truly a Fable For Our Time!



Naturally, my next fave is the version Tex Avery and Associates did at MGM in 1943, "Red Hot Riding Hood."




Ya wanna see most of it again?  Okay!!



Another is "Little Red Riding Rabbit" from Friz Freleng and Friends at Warner Bros in 1944!



Young Obnoxious Teen Red was voiced by Bea Benaderet!  Those close to my age, or those of you who catch the TV rerun networks, where old things become new again, will know Bea as Kate from "Petticoat Junction," or maybe as George and Gracie's Neighbor, and of course as (the voice of ) Betty Rubble!  Bea also played the Li'l Ole Lady that Lucy Ricardo wanted to set up, which earned her that first (shown) spanking from Ricky to try to discourage her matchmaking efforts!  

Here, you can cackle at her performance as well as Mel Blanc, Belly Bletcher and the gags!




Hm... a strangely cute and somewhat obnoxious imp in danger of getting her bum burned? 

  

Whodathunk!! 

Speaking of spanking (you know where you are, right?) there have been Red Hoods with Red Buns, too.  As a f'rinstance, in her Fantasies video, Ms Amber Pixie Wells plays a gal who runs afoul of a Mean Old Was-Wolf, as enacted by the Houndog himself, Richard Windsor, Esq!



If you go over to THIS ENTRY on "The Best Spanking Blogs," you'll see Sarah Gregory and her Granny enacting the end of the tale!



(My sincere apologies, I've seen "Granny" in innumerable videos all over the web, but I can't think of her name right now.  Someone help my lapse and I'll give you thanks and credit!)  

(And if you're a cute imp type gal on my lap I'll give you spanks and credit, too!)  


(And now thanks to Smuccatelli who just left a note below naming the "Granny" in this scene as Dana Specht, "who has a business partnership with Sarah where she plays Sarah's 'spanking mommy' in a series of videos.")



And they all lived happily ever after.




The End.


Saturday, June 15, 2013

Celebrating Pop!

Except for the signature, I bet you wouldn't have recognized this art as mine.  I was experimenting.  It was the  first WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" celebrating Dad's Day.  




I hope it's good day for you.




  

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Wolfie's Myth Adventures!

My fragmented attention has been needed for various family crises, and so this blog has languished unused and undusted for two months.  My apologies to any who sought fresh inspirational material and cheap thrills here.  Let's see what I can do to make it up to you. 

This week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" illustrates a little-known Greek myth that demonstrates the consequences of making mischief, creating chaos and confusion, and generally acting like a horse's-- well, generally misbehaving.




Yes, that is the Greek Mythological Hero Heracles,  who the Romans re-named Hercules.

The first time I encountered Hercules was via the Trans-Lux TV Cartoon in 1964;  I was eight, and Cadet Don had it on his morning kids' show on KTRK, Channel 13 in Houston, Texas!  A fella named Johnny Nash sang the rousing theme song;  he had a big hit later with "I Can See Clearly Now!"




Does this version of Herc seem familiar?  I think I know why...



In any case,. I fell in love with this cartoon.  Thought it was the coolest thing. ever.  But then,  was an easily impressed, unsophisticated eight-to-ten-year old.  Looking at it now, I see elements of goofiness that must have been irresistible to makers of TV cartoons in the Olden Days.  For instance, in the first cartoon-- Behold!  Lurking in a dark cave, seeking whom he may devour--



EEK!  Run!!  It's the JackieGleasonOsaurus!!


"And Awaaaaaaay We Go!!"

There was also this suspiciously suggestive upskirt shot the first time Herc leapt off Mount Olympus!!



Yeesh.  Well, some of you may like it.  Myself, I enjoyed the nicely-rounded bottom they gave Helena, Herc's alleged girlfriend.  But watch him go all Li'l Abner in her clutches. 





Look at his hands hanging fecklessly there!  How clueless can ya be?!
Unless you're an unsophisticated eight-to-ten year old boy..

They redesigned the characters after that first cartoon.  Helena seems a little less curvy--


--but Herc is a lot Toppier!  Look at him about to spank her!  
Well, okay, he didn't, but it sure LOOKS like he wants to! 



Now the Heracles / Hercules of ancient myth was very Toppy, and anything but clueless.  In fact, for the originators of those tales, Herc was so aggressively, impressively, and admirably masculine that he frequently had his way with any number of girl bottoms, boy bottoms, mythological monster bottoms, possum bottoms-- there was just no stopping the testosterone-mad lad!!


Not that I knew anything about that at the time.  The Trans-Lux TV cartoon drove me to the school library to check out and devour every single volume of Greek / Roman mythology on the shelves, several of which were beyond my official grade reading level.  Sexual references, implicit or explicit,  zoomed over my head unheard and unheeded.





Of course, I caught up, and when Disney re-released "Fantasia" a few years later, I knew exactly why the Centaurettes in the "The Pastoral Symphony" episode appealed to me.






As a lad, I also began to enjoy the strangely-dubbed Sword-And-Sandal movies on TV Saturday afternoons, with Hercules portrayed by Steve Reeves!!





And  Gordon Scott!!


And Alan Steel!!


Of course, there were lots of others,  which later included Lou Ferrigno and Former CA Gov Arnold!



Then came Kevin Sorbo-- the first Hercules ever to wear pants!!


On a regular basis.

Oh, and because you would expect some actual spankage on the WolfieBlog, here's an Endart drawing of Kevin Hercules' buddy Xena spanking her bosom companion Gabrielle.




There were lots of other versions of Heracles / Hercules, too, like the one appearing in Marvel Comics:




This fella fueled the frisky fantasies of one Jennifer Walters, AKA the sensational She-Hulk!



(That's by John Byrne in "The Sensational She-Hulk," Vol 2, Number 8, Cover date December 1989-- page 11!) 

Now, speaking of comics... starting in the nineties, producer / animator Bruce Timm began making TV cartoon versions of the DC heroes for Warner Bros.  After having a big hit with his "Batman" series, he decided to follow up with the biggest of them all, but was having trouble settling on a pleasing design for Superman.


That looks pretty good to me, but Bruce rejected it.

Then one of his collaborators brought in a videotape of those old and odd Trans-Lux "Hercules" cartoons, just for grins, and Bruce had a look and cried, "Eureka!":  (Or something like that.)  They copied the face exactly, which I think completed the circle!





And now, to reward the fellas for their patience thus far, here are a couple of Babes drawn by Bruce Timm.  It'll keep your... interest up. 






Oh, there was another, much better cartoon version of Hercules.  The Disney crew did it, and did it extremely well!


(Here are the Muses singing "From Zero To Hero!"  You'll catch a glimpse of Hades, who in the rest of the flick is played to perfection by James Woods.) 




Well, maybe all this will whet your appetite for ancient pop culture.  



(Eros, also called Cupid, and Pysche.)

So next time you're cruising the library for racy reading material




you could try a good version of Greek / Roman Mythology.  You might find something to spark your interest.




The Original Top:  Zeus / Jupiter, wielding a really wicked whip!