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.