WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Monday, July 8, 2013

Pure Spanking Satisfaction!

There's a lot to like this week at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"

The new WolfieToon might be one of my favorites;  it certainly got an enthusiastically warm reception from Springrose, Larken, and Kaki! 

See if the story snippets appeal to you as much as they do to me!  And I'm really enjoying Editor Reesa's illustration selections, too!

The Freebie this week is the first chapter of  Michelle Carlyle's "THE BAD BURGLAR,"  with a spanking both hilarious and horny!  That's my favorite combination!

Oh, and there's a sci-fi strapping in the free e-book chapter of Deborah Plum's STARR CROSSED,"  too!

Hope I took the pain out of a Summer Monday and put it back where it belongs.

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Bettie Meets Cthulhu. Cthulhu? Gesundheit!

I've always had a taste for the outrĂ© and the uncanny in fiction.  Not gore and viscera, that's just repulsive, but something that reminds you, with a chill and a thrill, that there are things in heaven and earth beyond your ken, is scary and entertaining.  Therefore I'll have to try H. P. Lovecraft again.

(H.P. by Bruce Timm)

In the '20s and '30s, Lovecraft wrote supernatural horror tales, "weird fiction"  he called it, which was often a blend of the supernatural, science fiction and ancient mythology.  He strove to create "an atmosphere of breathless and unexplainable dread of outer, unknown forces," malignant  forces that wanted to destroy our supposedly reliable, safe reality. 

His stuff showed up in magazines like "Weird Tales."

So having heard all that, but never having read any, I decided, about twenty-five years ago, that I should check out a volume of H. P. Lovecraft from the library.  

And... Wolfie shrugged.

Maybe I tried to read too much of him all at once, or maybe I just wasn't in the mood.  A few tales I found compelling, but mostly what I noted was Lovecraft's pronounced aversion to reptiles, cephalopods, and mucus.  

All of his creatures / aliens / monsters appeared on the scene scaly, or squishy, and dripping secretions.  Always dripping secretions.  And that can certainly be revolting, but about the sixth tentacled thing with a runny nose you encounter in one afternoon, it gets a little tedious.  

Like I said, maybe I just wasn't in the right frame of mind.  About that same time, I was thinking that Anne Rice's vampires were kinda soggy and sloggy.

Anyway-- and my apologies to true Lovecraftians for a truncated explanation-- one of H. P.'s  running themes was the idea that long before the dawn of Man there came to our planet a very odd and very powerful race of extraterrestrial beings, whose history and wars ended with a lot of them in a precarious hibernation, and their dreaded awakening meaning our eradication.   

One of these beings, supposedly one of the lesser of the Old Ones, but certainly one of the most popular, was "Cthulhu"-- a giant monster, hundreds of meters tall, who could change its form to suit its needs, but generally appeared, said Mr. Lovecraft, in "vaguely anthropoid outline, but with an octopus-like head whose face was a mass of feelers, a scaly, rubbery-looking body, prodigious claws on hind and fore feet, and long, narrow wings behind."

Lovecraft sketched this:

And his published stories inspired some really cool paintings!  I kinda like the middle one best.

And of course, there are some who won't take it seriously. Wiseacres.  My People. 

And NOW you have enough to make whatever sense there is to make from the three cartoons RICHARD WINDSOR sent over! 

While he was walkin' down the beach, one bright and sunny day, he saw a great big wooden box a-floatin' in the bay.  He pulled it in and opened it up, and much to his surprise, he discovered this THUMP THUMP THUMP right before his eyes!!  And e-mailed it to me.   But instead of yelling "Get outta here with that THUMP THUMP THUMP!!"  I decided to give it to YOU!

The artist is Greg Sukebe, and it's the first I've seen of any of his work.  The subject is Bettie Page and Cthulu.   

Thanks, Rich!  And Greg, wherever you are!

Speaking of slimy monsters from outer space, I had this magazine. and the movie has a couple of good tush-shots. 

UPDATE-- July 9th!

Honestly, Cartoonists must have a Collective Consciousness.... If you've seen George Takei passing this around on FaceBook-- well, now you get the gag!

And now, this musical interlude.


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Enjoy the Fireworks!

"Starry, starry night!  Make her bottom pink and bright!"

I hope you have some fun on our national holiday!  Here are two of my favorite WolfieToons from "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE"  for the Fourth;  in fact, they're the first couple I did over there!  

And more summer fun from the Royal Teens!  And Company!!

(I always liked the spanking sounds in this song!!)  

Ah Hates Robots

Yosemite Sam used to mutter, after being hoisted by his own petard, one he intended for Bugs Bunny, "Ah hates rabbits."   I have similar feelings for the mindless minions in the world of electronics.  

Mind you, I've met wonderful friends via the InterWebs, and I love being able to watch movies on disk and all that.  And if the Real Robots were anything like the ones I grew up with on TV, in the movies, novels, and comics, that might be pretty good.  But the Alleged Intelligence imbued into the mechanical marvels they're actually starting to put in charge of things nowadays has Isaac Asimov face-palming from the grave.  For example, that fumbling, irritating, nagging Fembot they let run the self-checkout grocery line really needs her bucket burnished.  Badly.

So-- Blogger is going to kill adult blogs that link to pay-sites, maybe because they're not collecting kick-backs, and the Frankensteiners have set loose their quarter-brained Robot Rovers to do the job, to sniff out and devour Offenders.  So if the constant links back to my home base at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" excite the Moron GoogleHounds, this particular WolfieBlog will soon disappear.  

If that happens at this point, maybe few will notice.  Family matters and paying work efforts are taking most of my fragmented attention these days, and posting here has become rare.  But every wolfie needs a hobby, so I might put things together elsewhere, if it's worth paying to do so.  We'll see.  

Meanwhile, there might be hope for robot redemption.  Here's a news item about QUIVERING JAPANESE ROBOT BUTTOCKS.   They quiver when you spank them and clench in delight when stroked.  That's a helluva sex toy.  I wonder if they're going to make the entire robot look like the one Julie Newmar portrayed in the short-lived '64 series, "My Living Doll?"  That might alter my prejudice against real-life robots.

Seems I did a blog entry here about Cool Robot Spankings... Tried to use the Blogger Search-This-Blog Robot up there to the right to find it, and guess what.  Hey, you're a pretty good guesser!

Fortunately other things do work, so you can have a peek back at "BOTS AND BUTTS!"