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Silent Film Still: School. Eventually, everyone got used to it. In case it turns out that we can't continue at Wikia, we could look for a new host and if we find one, we could make a relaunch of the wiki. Will it be the ultimate red bottom or the best pose. It was in this venue that Audrey was to achieve her greatest success, becoming an archetype whose influence would persist until the present day.
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Have fun. An interesting question. What do you think? Being spanked on your panties only builds up the anticipation for what is to come. These all look like they are going to be very long sessions. Each of these young ladies is going to receive a thorough spanking. They are just getting into position. Presumably because of the color of her hair. It does not fit in at this school. Though the color of her hair and her bottom will soon be the same.
I hope she has learnt her lesson. Drawn by veteran artist John Stanley , Lulu's spankings were largely slapstick affairs, most often the result of a domestic dispute with one of her parents usually her father. In accordance with the precedents set during the s, Lulu was spanked over the knee and on the underpants; a practice probably considered the norm at the time - in comics if not in real life.
As noted by several comics historians, Audrey was created as a replacement for Little Lulu after Famous failed to renew the character's licence.
The reasons why the company decided to drop the highly successful Lulu series are unknown, but evidentally, the concept itself was considered worth pursuing. Audrey's first starring role was Butterscotch and Soda , launching a series which would last until 's Dawg Gawn. Initially licenced by St John Publications , Audrey starred in 24 issues of her own title along with a yearbook and some incidental merchandising.
A short-lived newstrip was then published by King Features Syndicate from The character's success generated new interest in Little Girl strips in general.
A veritable legion of titles sprung up virtually overnight. Harvey introduced Little Dot in , paving the way for an entire dynasty of child-friendly characters. More soon followed as publishers began to recognise the potential of the Little Girl market. St John's Little Audrey emulated both the visual style and slapstick approach of the animated version.
On closer comparison, however, one significant difference becomes apparent. Unlike the cartoon series, the comic strip featured regular spanking scenes, as implied by the image reproduced at right. Following the conventions of the previous decade, the spankings scenarios were laced with domestic humor, normally the result of an innocent mistake on Audrey's part. As always, generational conflict played a major role in proceedings, with discipline being provided via parental hand.
This stood in stark contrast to the theatrical shorts, where Audrey's mischief invariably went unpunished. By , Little Audrey was appearing in three separate venues comics, cartoons and newstrips , making her perhaps the most easily recognised LG of the early fifties. As noted above, Audrey was never as successful as Lulu, Iodine or Nancy; nevertheless, it should be remembered that she was the only female character to appear in her own animated features during the s.
In addition, Audrey's comic strip incarnation was popular enough to inspire a new generation of children's strips, providing a model which would last out the next two decades.
The process began in , when Little Audrey along with several other Famous properties including Casper the Friendly Ghost was licenced to Harvey Comics. As with the St. John character, Harvey's version followed the animated design very closely, essentially transferring Famous Studio's house style to the comics medium. It was in this venue that Audrey was to achieve her greatest success, becoming an archetype whose influence would persist until the present day. According to comics historian Don Markstein , Harvey redesigned a number of its features during the early fifties.
This was almost certainly done to bring them more in line with the newly licenced properties. Suddenly, all of Harvey's headliners began to resemble Casper and Audrey. This was particularly evident with Vic Herman's Little Dot , who took on proportions and characteristics practically identical to Little Audrey's.
Audrey's impact was felt across the board; from onwards, the majority of Harvey's LG characters were given the 'Famous' treatment, even those only cast in supporting roles: Pearl From Spooky , Gloria from Richie Rich , and Wendy the Good Little Witch from Casper; later star of her own title being some of the more obvious examples. Even the morbidly obese Little Lotta shared some visual affinities with the Audrey template.
Harvey was arguably the most successful publisher of Little Girl comics during the s, if only by virtue of numbers: throughout the decade, Harvey published no less than five female characters under their own titles. The company was not without its rivals, however. Harvey's chief competitor during this phase was Dell, generally considered the most successful comics publisher of the Golden Age.
Starting out playing second fiddle to Sniffles the Mouse in , Mary Jane became the strip's headliner during the fifties - possibly in reaction to the rising popularity of LG characters. Beautifully illustrated by Al Hubbard, the series combined three seperate genres funny animal, little girl and magic to create one of the most original children's fantasies of the day. Published in various forms by Archie Comics from the late forties to the mid-seventies, the strip revolved around the often exasperating relationship between a wisecracking child and her long-suffering father.
Like most of Archie's output of the time, the stories were well-written and genuinely funny, offering some clever insights into family life. Despite Jinx's frequent misconduct, spanking scenes were surprisingly rare - Hap Holiday tended to view his daughter's antics more with a rueful smile than anything else. In point of fact, Lewis Carroll's Alice is one of the most successful fictional girls in history, having been adopted into comics, animation and live-action venues more than any other LG character closely followed by Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks.
Both titles reflect the almost universal association of little girls with fairy tales and magic in the popular consciousness. Making her debut in , Eva became St John's starring attraction after the Little Audrey licence passed on to Harvey. Employing the same artists and writers, Little Eva continued the slapstick tradition established by her predecessor. While not in the same league as its rivals, the strip continued into the early sixties, published first by St John, then by Pines Publications.
Interestingly, Little Eva was even translated into French under the name "Rosette" - at a time when strict limitations were imposed on the number of American comics available in Europe. One of the most significant events in the history of post-war comics was the establishing of the Comics Code Authority in While the details surrounding the Code's advent are too complex to discuss here, a brief outline is necessary to explain its effects on the comics industry, particularly the LG genre.
Briefly speaking, comics had come under under intense public scrutiny during the late forties, due in large part to the accumulation of crime, horror and 'good-girl' titles that had flooded the newstands towards the end of the decade.
Psychiatrist Fredrick Wertham had identified comics as a corrupting influence on America's youth and had mounted a campaign against the sale of such material to young children. Wertham's crusade eventually led to a congressional inquiry into juvenile delinquency. Seeking to counteract the extreme public reaction to Wertham's anti-comics crusade, the CMAA instituted a universal editorial policy meant to restrict the visceral content of comic books and related media.
While stopping short of outright censorship, the Comics Code was tremendously influential during its first two decades, purging the industry of visual material deemed anti-social or undesirable. Much of the Code's wording was meant to remove all sexual references from the medium, along with extreme violence and bloodshed. Similarly, supernatural elements had to be toned down if not deleted entirely. Combined with rapidly falling sales across the industry, the Comics Code sounded the death knell for hundreds of titles.
Many smaller publishers were driven out of business. Larger operations - such as DC and Atlas - attempted to tailor their product to the Code's restrictions with various degrees of success. Ironically, the companies which handled the more child-oriented material actually thrived in the new climate. Dell Comics, who dealt mainly in funny animals, emerged virtually unscathed from the controversy. Harvey, which had published some of the goriest horror comics in the business, simply refocused their efforts on their children's line - a move which proved surprisingly lucretive.
St John, which licenced numerous cartoon and newstrip characters, continued publishing kid-friendly series throughout the fifties. In a sense, the Comics Code provided a substantial boost for the young children's market, and by extension, for the Little Girl genre.
While the rest of the industry suffered a mass extinction, characters such as Little Audrey and Wendy the Good Little Witch became far more viable than ever before.
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This was something that I promised you yesterday. Dave Wolfe had posted a series of pics featuring the artist, Dean Yeagle.
Now I love the work of Dean Yeagle , so much so that I am going to have a tattoo done featuring one of his drawings, which may happen next weekend.
I have expanded the beginning and I anticipate a story which will be about 40, words in length. Like I said, I know the direction I am taking, but I will also incorporate other ideas into the story. Now then, I have a stack of Dean Yeagle drawings to choose from and I may even make a few posts of the coming months.
None of these drawings have any spanking in them, but there is a certain innocence that gives me spanking thoughts. Indeed, Mandy may well be an inspiration for the Laura spanking story. This first pic is perhaps the favorite for my next tattoo. I might redesign the clothes she is wearing, but this is the closest that I know of Dean Yeagle drawing a spanking pic.
The color is enhanced slightly, but that sure looks like a spanked bottom that Mandy is cooling off on the ice. As I mentioned, there was no Dean Yeagle spanking pic that I could find, but if you ask me, there is always a hint of it somewhere in these pics.
Perhaps that is because I am viewing them with spanking colored glasses. Or perhaps has just had one. Mandy can pout with the best of them, would this get her out of a spanking though? Mandy has also been known to wear outfits from time to time, here she is as a schoolgirl and a naughty cheerleader. I can think of many stories for this next pic alone.
Is this the babysitter who is making too much noise? Perhaps the girl next door, or who knows, maybe her Uncle is fed up with the racket. Now if I had a choice of a tattoo, this one would come close to it.
It was what first drew me to Dean Yeagle, me being the old Houndog an all. Amazed he apparently did not draw any otk material. Good Girl Art. February 26, at pm. February 27, at am. Search This Website. My Vanilla Website. Walking In NYC. Recent Comments. Popular posts. Spanking Sites. Spanking Movies.
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