WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloween Evening: A Wolfie Poem / Pastiche

'Twas Halloween evening, a bright crescent moon, 
not a creature was stirring, they didn't have spoons. 
The cobwebs were hung on the front door to dare
all little Impsters to Trick-or-Treat there.

'Cause Wolfie was waiting, with chocolate in paw,
to capture a bunch of the girls that he saw!
In cute little costumes they pranced through the street
with bags full of mischief to blackmail for sweets!

Then from the back yard came loud giggles and chatter!
He jumped, and the candy all fell from the platter!
Away to the back door he tripped and he stumbled!
Comaneci herself never had such a tumble!

The moon and six pants (hanging out there to dry)
gave the Luster at first all 'twas out there to spy.
When, what to his wondering eyes should appear
but over the fence climbed spankable rears!

He perceived they'd been trying a Halloween prank,
to Tee-Pee his house without getting spanked!  
Alas, now their plan had gone rather lame,
so he whistled and shouted and called out their names!

"Hi, Springrose, and Larken, Hey, Kaki and Bree! 
Season and Sarah and Jules the Pixie!  
Now, Lea, Veronica, Hermione, too! 
Poppy and Bonnie and Kiwigirliegirl, you!

Erica, Libby, Brandy and Pink!
Zelle and Shewolf the Lady, I think!
To Top is a chore, if I Top you all!
But I have invited more guys to this ball!"

And then in a twinkling all the spankings began, 
though warm, rosey bottoms had not been their plan!
Wolfie drew up his paw as the cue for his crew,
and down came their hands and some implements, too!

The Imps-- how they wiggled as heinies went cherry!
Their cheeks began glowing, the Tops were all merry!
And the smackings and whackings were heard for a mile
giving those in the know lascivious smiles!

No mischief was now going to be the Imps' works,
and they called the guys "turkeys" and "meanies" and "jerks!"
So the spanking continued 'till all were quite calm
and throbbing was felt both in butts and in palms.

Wolfe doled out the treats, to his team gave a whistle,
exclaiming how pockets now seemed to have missiles!
So he lowered the lights and he locked all his doors
and he howled to the night, "That's what spankings are for!!"

Wolfie's Halloween Costume by Larken!

Hey, kids, lookit what Larken sent me!

Ewe do wooly good work, Lamb!  Shear genius!

And yet I respond with such sheep puns-- what the flock!  Very baaad, I mutton do it any more.  If I were a Switch, I could get a bleating!  Great Caesar's Goat!!

All seriousness aside, that was the best cackle of the afternoon!  Thank you very much!

Quoth the Bard, "All's wool that ends wool."

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Happiest of Halloweens!

Frankly, this face says it all!

Oh, well, I guess it doesn't say it all-- because there are five new stories for members at "Discipline and Desire" this week, and three of 'em are in a Halloween vein!  

(Vein!  Halloween!  That's, I say, that's a JOKE, son!!  Pay attention!!)

(Animated GIF supplied by Larken-- thank you!!)

The two free "D&D" eBook chapters are particularly enjoyable:

Brandy Golden takes you out west-- Arizona, in fact-- as she starts the tale of mistaken identities and warmed bottoms in "Dusty's Ghost Town!" 

Bella Maeve introduces you to an ex-Navy SEAL who now uses his powers and abilities for truth, justice, and stopping Imp pranks at local banks, yes, with spanks, as she begins "My Hero!" 

Enjoy with a bag of really good chocolate, Sparky! 

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Curse of the Mummy's Hand! (And Other Stuff!)

Halloween Hijinks continue with this "Discipline and Desire" WolfieToon:

Speaking of spanking and mummies, here's some Wolfie Movie Tie-In Trivia!

The first (and best) mummy film was the one with Karloff in 1932--

and it was directed by Karl Freund! 

Freund was a cinematographer of renown-- and you've seen his art even if you don't know his name!

Freund's movie work includes the famous silent movie "Metropolis"-- 

1931's "Dracula" with Bela Lugosi-- 

"The Good Earth," for which Freund won an Oscar for his photography-- 

"Key Largo" (Bogie and Bacall fans take note!)--

"The Thin Man Goes Home"-- (Aha!)--

And many, many more!  

Then Desi Arnaz persuaded Karl to become the chief cinematographer for "I Love Lucy"--

 during which he designed the lighting and perfected the three-camera technique that sitcoms are still using now!

The WolfieToons Blog-- it's fun AND educational!

By the way, if you're tired of the same ol' Halloween fare, I heartily recommend Karl Freund's movie "Mad Love!" 

It's highly entertaining, creepy, and funny! 

It was Peter Lorre's first film in America, and he's unforgettable as Dr. Gogol!  Colin Clive-- Henry Frankenstein in the Karloff film-- plays concert pianist Orlac, whose crushed hands are replaced with those from a knife-throwing murderer!  Feisty heroine Frances Drake is his wife, who stars in stage horror shows!  And the American reporter with the snappy comic-relief patter is Ted Healey-- whose former stooges were Larry, Curly, and Moe!    You oughta be able to dig it up somewhere!

Monday, October 24, 2011

That's the Spirit!

To continue the celebration of that most wonderful time of the year, here's "Haunted House" by Jumpin' Gene Simmons!!

Now, this gal has a similar story, as you can see in this week's WolfieToon at  "Discipline and Desire!"

Three of the five new members' stories are spooky, spanky fun, too!

And we have two free chapters of "Discipline and Desire" eBooks for you to enjoy:

OTKRomance starts the story of a college brat whose curriculum is expanded in "I'll Always Follow You Home!"

And Jamie Phillips demonstrates what happens when someone gets teed off on the golf course in the first chapter of "Guiding Hands!"

More to come!

Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Shadow Knows!

Okay, Wolfekateers, time to gather around the seven-foot tall Philco radio for your favorite thriller!!

Yes indeed, the Shadow knows what mischief brews in the hearts of Imps.. and does something about it!!  (2008 "Discipline and Desire" Halloween WolfieToon!)

Monday, October 17, 2011

Well, For Cryin' Out Loud!

What do you suppose happened here?

It musta been pretty drastic!

You can click the bold blue letters to go see at this week's  "Discipline and Desire" update!

Also on view, the teases from the five new "D&D" members' stories, and THREE free D&D Ebook chapters!

Shannon Stevens takes you to the ranch in Montana for the exciting opening of "Smoking the Bare!"  (There are wolves!)

Maren Smith takes you backstage for a performance "The Diva" wasn't counting on!  (She'll break glass with those notes!)

And from Kate Robins's "Instinct" anthology is sexy underworld suspense in "For Old Times' Sake."  (The atmosphere tingles, and her bottom is about to!)

OH!  And I never got back to tell you about the other free Ebook chapters in last week's update, so scroll on down and get all squirmy sampling  OTKRomance's "The Reunion" and Robin Smith's "Millennium Falls!"

Enjoy!  And mind you don't knock over your cup.

Sunday, October 16, 2011


And what will Wolfies wear?

The first one on screen had a jaunty cap and overcoat-- Henry Hull in "The Werewolf of London!" (1935)

I actually have similar caps!

A few years later-- 1941, to be nerdily exact-- Lon Chaney the Younger established that wolfmen wore shirts with the top button done and matching pants.

(This was the fashion that the "two" werewolves of "Dark Shadows" sported in the 60's!)

Hammer Films in the UK started remaking the monster favorites, and in 1961,  came up with "Curse of the Werewolf," putting Oliver Reed in a pirate shirt and tight black pants.  And, er, boots.  Hm.

That, by the way, is possibly the most boring of all werewolf movies.  Great makeup, sorry plot, and the werewolf doesn't show up until the last five minutes of the movie, to run along the rooftops of a Spanish village and then get killed.  I will conceed that Oliver could be scary enough without makeup.

In the early 60's, Aurora Plastics came out with the Monster Model kits.  The cover painting for the Wolf Man looked more like the Hammer version than the Universal version--

but the actual model was closer to what makeup man Jack Pierce inflicted upon Lon Chaney, Jr, except that this fella was shirtless, and more buff.  ("Buffer?")

(Yes, I built and proudly displayed all three of those;  In fact, I did Dracula and the Wolf Man twice.  My paint jobs were not nearly so professional.  And the plastic glue was really stinky, and I never understood the appeal for the kids who deliberately snorted the fumes in a bag to feel sick and dizzy.)

Nowadays, a lot of the movie werewolves go in the altogether.  

However, back when we were at Arild's Movie Spanking Yahoo Group, I did a werewolfie still interested in fashion:

And later, at the Southern California Spanked Wives Club on MSN,  Wolfie went to the UK! 

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Mrs. Dr. Jekyll.

Here's a four-year-old Halloween WolfieToon from "Discipline and Desire!"

Yes, I know that's not proper caning technique, and I learned better color-shading techniques later, but this cartoon still appeals to me.  And quoting Springrose, "I like the rump on that girl!" 

Sunday, October 9, 2011

It's A Whole New World, Martha!

This is Martha Columbus, making a fabulous discovery!

You can see her in her pajamas in the new WolfieToon at this week's "Discipline & Desire" update!

You will also really enjoy the warm and very funny characterizations in the free first chapter of Dulcie Taylor's "Toeing the Line"-- especially if you know a soldier!

There are, of course, the five snippets of this week's members' stories, and tomorrow (Monday) there will be some new E-books!  I'll update this entry then!


Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Name That 'Toon! And Other Fun!

To celebrate the start of October, I'm going to steal a bit from Hermione and see if anyone wants to supply a line for this Old Halloween "D&D" WolfieToon! 

Speaking of "Discipline and Desire", this week's update has a boatload of goodies for you-- maybe even a shipload!!

The WolfieToon is unique...  it's right after the sneak peek at Chula's Stone's forthcoming book, "Wanna Bet?"  (And how do you peek at that?  Unique up on it.) (Springrose joke!)

Then there is a foretaste of the five spankin' new spankin' stories for "D&D" members, and then--  FOUR, that's RIGHT, my friends, I said FOUR free E-Book chapters for all to enjoy:

April Hill explores what happens to a recalcitrant author (who should know better, she writes spanking fiction!) in the first chapter of "The 'A' Team Comes To The Rescue!"

From her "Brat Tails II" collection, Maryse Dawson shows why you should be smarter than the average bear and not Boo-Boo around "The Regulation Ranger!"

I think you'll relish Laura Smith's haunting style as she begins the tale entitled "For The Love of Giving." 

And another fascinating offering from Laura Smith , Chapter One of "A Giving Heart" opens under gray and stormy skies at the family cemetery!

How's that for a start to my favorite month?