WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Topical 'Toons!

First, in honor of the new version of "Lost In Space" that showed up on Netflix this weekend:

And, yes, it's that time of year again-- I suppose you have until Monday at midnight.  I've been getting my stuff out of the way early for a few years now!  But here's some humor to ease the pain.  Or maybe not.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Oh, Brothers!

Somebody over on FarceBook says it's "Siblings Day."  

I don't know who makes this stuff up, but it's a great excuse to present these siblings!

Maybe I've shown this before?  In that case, I'm re-presenting them.

And I'll need representation when their lawyers come around.

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Naw, They Didn't!

It was only overshadowed by the Bunny and Such.

But lest the event be completely upstaged, behold more Topical 'Toons!

Easter Greetings!

Hiya, Kids!!

Here's a new WolfieToon for your Sunday joy, and a couple of my favorites from the Days of Yore and Possibly Mine, Too.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Anybody Can Give A Petunia!

But, for a Valentine's Day gift that will be appreciated for years to come, one that will be a constant testament to your thoughtfulness and playful deviltry, try something like this!

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Wolfie's Angels!! (Page One, No More To Follow)

Good Morning, Angels!

Good Morning, Wolfie!

I suppose you're sitting gingerly after last night's adventure?


Oh, we're all warmed up and rarin' for more!

We're tingling with anticipation, Wolfie!

Yes, we're eager to soar again!

Ah!  All ready to glow!  I'm glad to hear it, Angels!  This new mission might really put your pretty bottoms on the line!

Ice Spy Something Cute!

I proposed this choreography in 2006:

Friday, February 2, 2018

Happy Woodchuck Day!

Today's animal star, the groundhog (Marmota monax) is also known as a woodchuck, or even, Kazeusus knows why, a whistlepig.

The characters in Walt Kelly's "Pogo" comic strip of the Days Of Yore, also called them "groundchucks" and "woodchunks."

The multi-aliased groundhog is a rodent of the family Sciuridae, belonging to the group of large ground squirrels known as marmots.  Not "varmints," "marmots."  Young groundhogs may be called "chucklings."  Here's a groundhog chuckling now: 

So-- back in the Olden Days, the Germans looked for the badger coming out of hibernation on "Candlemas Day," midway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.  If the badger saw its shadow, a "second winter" was on the way.  Bummer.

Meanwhile, back in the States, in 1887, they chose a native hibernating animal, our pal, the whistlepig groundchunk, for this less than remarkable holiday..

Of course, the real reason these animals come out of their hibernation holes is for sex.  Maybe a snack after.

That's pretty powerful motivation.  A fella might get up out of a long, dead sleep for sex and food.  If it were only for weather prognostication, a scene like this might ensue.

And high hilarity would follow!  

Hi Hilarity, that's Puxatawney's brother.