Saturday, May 30, 2009


Okay--I'm sure a goodly number of you are sitting out there, looking at the screen, and wondering, "Where's the spanking photos? Where's the girls with the bare bums? What's up with posting pictures of HUGH JACKMAN?"

Well, for the answer to that, you have to mosey on over to Devlin O'Neill's Weblog and read the post called, "Speaking of Man-Candy"--and especially read the comments. (You should probably go and read it anyway--Chross picked it as one of his "Spankings Of The Week".) The wonderful ladies who make the comments section so lively over there apparently felt that they needed or deserved some eye-candy--and for some reason, they fixated on Hugh Jackman.

Now, normally I wouldn't give a flying monkey's left butt cheek about photos of some guy (although, if I ever met Hugh Jackman, it's conceivable that I'd totally do a fanboy geek-out and squeal, "Oh my gawd...WOLVERINE!" like a little girl). So, good and kindly soul that I am, I thought that--for a change--I'd cater to my female readers rather than continue to indulge in my standard M/F spanking fare and the usual photos of cute women with enticing backsides. So--here you go:

To all the ladies at Devlin's blog--this post's for you. Have a nice leisurely weekend......

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Big Event

Coming this Fall--prepare yourself for the Big Event! Something so awesome--so mind-blowing--that everything else will pale in comparison! It's a story that is going to rock the entire world--and the history of Mankind will never be the same! It's..........

Yes, that's right. After years of indecision and waffling back and forth, Archie Andrews is finally going to pop the question in issue 600 (at an issue per month, that's 50 years of comics, folks!). Blonde Betty Cooper and ultra-rich Veronica Lodge have been friendly--and at times, not-so-friendly--rivals for Archie's affections all through High School. This story is going to look in on the perpetual teenagers after college, and it looks like Archie's finally going to make a choice. There's a 6-issue story arc starting with "The Proposal" in issue 600. The big question that has all the fans buzzing, of course, is: Which one will he choose?

Will it be Betty? Veronica? Or neither? Do the writers have some kind of plot twist to throw our way? Long-time Archie fans bring up the name of an old flame of Archie's as a third possibility--Cheryl Blossom!

Only time will tell, of course. But the writer and the cynic in me keep coming back to a couple of points.

The first I've already mentioned--all the fans are busy debating whether it's going to be Betty or Veronica. The majority of fans seem to think that Betty would be the best choice. But as mentioned, the only thing the promo cover says is, "Who will he marry?"--which means it may not necessarily be either one. It could be an entirely new character--not even Cheryl Blossom, necessarily, but someone else. A lady from a foreign country who needs to marry an American in order to stay in the country, for example (yes, that's an old plot twist, but that doesn't mean you can safely eliminate it). Only time will tell.

The other thing is that the focus seems to be on "Who will he choose". Nowhere does it say that the lady, whoever she is, is going to say, "Yes"--or originally say "Yes" and then later on decide to back out.

Whatever happens, it promises to be an interesting story. And Archie, a word of advice: Between now and then, work on developing your skills as shown below--because no matter who you pick, you're going to have your hands full!

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Photo Fun

The Memorial Day Marathon got off to a rocky start.......

I hope your weekend goes better!

Happy Memorial Day!

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Hayden Panettiere

I must admit that actress Hayden Panettiere was not even on my radar until I saw this photo of her:

Any actress posing in what could conceivably be a spanking position--like kneeling on a piano bench, say--would certainly get my attention. Add to that the little short plaid skirt, suggesting a schoolgirl look, and the way the material seems to be molding itself to her derriere providing a hint of "butt cleavage", and.....well, I think I'm going to have to pay more attention to Ms. Panettiere in the future!

Spank the the world!

Sunday, May 17, 2009


Since I'm on the subject of comic books.........

Trinity has been an ambitious book put out by DC Comics. They've been publishing an issue a week for almost a year--issue 50 came out last week--and the book will conclude it's run with issue 52. Anyone who is familiar with the way comic books come out will tell you that's no mean feat. There are some comics that, for various reasons, get released a week or two later than expected (and sometimes longer).

The "Trinity" that the title refers to is DC's big three--Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. The story in a nutshell takes a look at what happens when those 3 are magically removed from the world and sent....elsewhere. The story deals with what happens to our world, and what happens to our heroes in their new location. It's been an interesting read.

(On a totally unrelated note, this idea got me wondering: who are the "Big Three" for Marvel Comics? Do they even have a "Big Three" or would the number have to be larger? Or smaller?
My initial reaction is to give the "Big Three" nod to Spiderman, The X-Men, and The Fantastic Four--but those last two are actually groups as opposed to DC's 3 individuals. So who would the 3 individuals be for Marvel? I still say one of them would be Spiderman--but who after that? Captain Marvel? Captain America? Iron Man? The Hulk? Wolverine? If you're a comic book fan like I am, feel free to weigh in...)

Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman are the three characters that have probably been around the longest in the DC Universe. The last issue of the "Batman" comic book was something like number 686, and "Batman Detective Comics" is at issue 853. And--unlike "Trinity"--those books are issued on a monthly basis, 12 issues a year. You do the math.

Even with that kind of longevity, I still only have one instance of Batman spanking anybody. There may be more, but I don't have a file of it. Rather like the first Superman picture I used in my previous post, it's pretty well-known, although it may be new or unfamiliar to some. Here's Batman dealing with a spoiled starlet:

Wonder Woman first appeared in 1941 and was created by William Moulton Marston, who is also known for creating the systolic blood pressure test which is a part of the modern polygraph, or "lie detector". (Now you know where Wonder Woman's Magic Lasso of Truth comes from!)She is an Amazon Princess trying to bring the message of love, peace and hope to the world of Men. She has many of the same powers as Superman--you could even say she is the female equivalent of Superman. No surprise, then, that she and the Super one actually dated for a short period of time. No, I'm pretty sure he didn't spank her. Just because Lois fell for that trick......

Again, depictions of spankings from the Wonder Woman comics are few, but here's one I came across:

It's hard to tell if this depicts an actual scene that occurs later on in the story, or if it's just a "tease" for the opening pages. Either way, you'll notice that Wonder Woman is looking out toward the reader with a wink. I don't think she's too worried about what will happen.

Also, I think it's safe to say that she's really a Switch. I find it hard to believe an Amazon Princess would be totally on the submissive side. (I do, in fact, have another drawing from the Wonder Woman comics of her spanking a young princess, but I can't really determine the girl's age from the picture and--even though it's just a comic book drawing--I'd prefer to stay away from depictions of underage spanking on this blog.)

And to wrap it up, we finish the look at the Big 3 with one more drawing of Superman hard at work dealing with a naughty female:

Gee, I love comic books.....

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

A Speeding Hairbrush re-visited

While looking through my archives and searching for suitable pictures to use for an upcoming post, I came across this drawing. It's the companion piece to the Superman-robot-spanks-Lois-Lane drawing that I used a couple of posts ago ("Faster Than A Speeding Hairbrush").

This is where we learn that Superman was actually guiding the robot into giving Lois a "well-deserved spanking". It also features a nice reverse view of the action, with Lois's round little bottom well positioned for her discipline. You'll notice she's almost coming out of her shoes--that robot may not be using super strength, but he's not holding back by too much!

For some reason, the other picture gets used a lot in posts across the Internet, but this one, not so much. I'm not sure why, but I'm glad I found it--I'd forgotten I even had it!--and I'm more than happy to make the chronicle complete and share it with all of you.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

The Enterprise Re-launched

The new Star Trek movie opened this weekend. Actually, a few theaters here (and probably elsewhere) opened it a little bit early--like the night before it was scheduled to start. I suppose they figured they wanted to get a jump start on the crowds that are sure to come out for this feature.

I must admit that, even though I'm big fan of the Star Trek franchise, when I first heard about this movie I was skeptical. Re-casting all of the roles? Going back to the very beginning, the Star Fleet Acadamy days, before the crew had been brought together? The whole idea just didn't strike me as being that interesting. My initial reaction was, "Well, there's one movie I'll skip."

I must confess that I've changed my mind. For one thing, every review that I've read or heard has absolutely raved about the movie. The worst thing I've heard said is that it's "a little slow" in spots early on.

The other thing was the fact that J. J. Abrams was attached to the film and would be directing. J. J. Abrams is the man behind such TV series as Alias, Lost, and Fringe. All of these are shows that I enjoy, and all of them have had some sci-fi elements to them. If he could bring that same touch to the new Star Trek, then the movie would definitely be worth checking out.

There's no question that it will be the biggest grossing movie this weekend, probably blowing the competition away and getting the "Summer blockbuster season" off to a great start. The buzz and the word-of-mouth on the movie is quite good, and the publicity wheels are turning like crazy.

As part of the publicity push, Leonard Nimoy--the original Mr. Spock from the TV series--appeared on The David Letterman Show a few nights ago to read the "Top Ten List Of Lines Never Before Said In A "Star Trek" film". I have re-printed the list below, starting with number 10:

10. Warp factor 8! Arby's closes in 10 minutes.

9. We're entering a breach in the space-time continuum or a wormhole or some crazy crap like that.

8. Set phasers to "fabulous".

7. Welcome aboard the Starship Enterprise--today's in-flight movie is "Big Momma's House 2".

6. We've been hijacked by Somali pirates.

5. Sir, I'm going to need Saturday off to attend my nephew's Bar Mitzvah.

4. My baby-daddy is a Vulcan--on the next "Maury".

3. The Enterprise just hit a goose--we're gonna have to land in the Hudson.

2. Live long, prosper, and keep on hangin' and bangin'.

And the Number 1 Line Never Before Said In A "Star Trek" Film is:

1. I find your choice of hairpiece highly illogical.

And while we're on the subject, here's a picture of the Number 1 Scene Never Before Seen In A "Star Trek" Film And Probably Never Will Be:

Too bad--but dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a screenwriter!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Sinn Sage

I got an e-mail from Dave of The Cherry Red Report, forwarding a message he had received from Chelsea Pfeiffer about one of our own, Sinn Sage. I'm going to post the e-mail as received. Let's all keep Sinn in our thoughts and prayers.


From: <>Date: Fri, May 8, 2009 at 6:20 PMSubject: Sinn Sage

Hi All,

I've got a special request for a quick posting on your blogs.

Our lovely, exciting and completely wonderful Sinn Sage has been in a terrible accident. She was snowboarding in Whistler, Canada, close to Vancouver and hit an ice pack and hit her head. She's in a hosptial in Vancouver where she's in an induced coma. After surgery to remove the fluid from her brain she is doing well and is breathing on her own, which is very good news. She'll be in the coma for about two weeks and is being moved to a hospital closer to home tomorrow.

Her medical expenses are up to $160,000 so far, though. A website, has been set up to accept donations to help with her medical expenses and for all to leaves postings for her to read once she's better.It would be a great, great favor if you all could do a little posting, mentioning the website, to help her out. Also, even if you can't donate, just leave a note of encouragement for her. I know she'll appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!


Friday, May 8, 2009

Faster Than A Speeding Hairbrush

If you've been around the spanking scene for a while, you no doubt have seen this drawing before.....but you may not be familiar with the story behind it.

I actually used to have this comic book way, way back in my childhood. I probably still would have it if my mother wasn't one of those "Clean out your closet and throw all that old stuff away!" types. When I think of all the baseball cards and the old, classic comic books--especially those "#1" issues-- that I wound up throwing away, I could be retired with a nice little nest egg by now. But noooooooooooo.........

Anyway, I digress. This particular story was published 49 years ago, so forgive me if I'm a little fuzzy on the details.

Superman has brought Lois Lane to his Fortress of Solitude, probably for an article that she's going to do. He gets called away while she's there (a superhero's work is never done) and Lois decides to use the opportunity to do a little snooping--possibly hoping to learn his secret identity. Needless to say, she starts poking around in areas that she shouldn't be in, and accidentally bumps into this robot. The robot activates, puts her in the classic OTK position, and....well, you can read Lois's thought balloon for yourself. The robot apparently does a pretty decent job of thoroughly warming her bottom -- later at dinner, after Superman returns, Lois has to eat her meal standing up!

What we don't learn until near the end of the story, though, is that the whole thing was orchestrated by Superman! He was monitoring her with his superpowers, saw she was snooping about, and when she bumped into the robot, he guided the controls from long range causing it to react as it did, thereby teaching the girl reporter a rather painful lesson.

So....Superman's a perv. Who knew?

And if you need further proof, check out this next drawing:

Told you he was a perv! He likes to watch.....although not always.....

Let's hope he wasn't using his super strength while paddling this lady's posterior, or she really won't be able to sit for a week!

There just aren't enough superhero spankings......

Tuesday, May 5, 2009


April showers.........

......bring May nudists, apparently. She should be spanked for going outdoors without wearing a raincoat and galoshes.....or anything else, for that matter.

I do like this photo. I like the contrast of the model against the dark background, the blue of the parasol and the splash of color provided by the white and red flowers.

The only thing that would make this photo better, of course, would be a splash of red color applied elsewhere.... :-)