WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Ah, Home-Baked Buns! (Mystery Post)


 Found that bit of wiseacrey in my computer files.  It's Wolfie  Fumetti,  but I have no idea what movie that was.  Looks like one I'd wanna see! 

Most likely I'd had that up at the "Southern California Spanked Wives (And Girlfriends) Club" from the Days of Yore (And Mine).

Come to think of it, I don't really know the original source for those SCSWC title pages, either!  The first was an illustration for a magazine story-- "Collier's" comes to mind for some reason, but I could be all wet.  Seems I saw it with illegible copy once.  

The second picture was floating around the Web years ago, but I don't know if it was a Big Name Magazine photo or one of those Cheap Men's Digest Tabloidy Things.

There are Experts at this sort of thing who peek in and might recognize these.  So if anyone does, she or he will be awarded a nifty No-Prize, just like the ones Marvel Comics used to give out in their letters columns, only shinier! 


  1. Love the military theme in that second picture... very-very well done. Some neat finds. Thanks for sharing!

    ~Todd and Suzy

    1. Hi, you two, and thank you!

      Yeah, I'd love to find out who painted that! It does what every good lead illustration should do: revealing just enough about the characters and emotional timbre of the story to make you want to read it! As I recall, there's a clothesline and a basket of clean laundry in that picture, too.

      Ah, those were the days, when "LOOK" and "LIFE" and "COLLIERS" and "PLAYBOY" and a bunch of other magazines published fine fiction!

  2. You'd think I'd know, considering I co-managed the freaking site! But Becca built everything. She found the coolest stuff!

    1. Hi, Sug!

      She did indeed! And I have a dim memory of someone asking about the title page picture at SCSWC. Sometimes I have a dim memory, period.

      But I did run across that image somewhere else later.
      It might be hard to locate now. Engineers have continually been fixing things that aren't broken until they are, making it extremely difficult to find a specific thing on the search engines.