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Cupid's Got a Death Ray!

(PG; Superhero) Agent K tries to relax after rebooting the universe and stopping a General Zaq attack. Why do these vacations never work out? Collaboration with special guest artist Line Olsson!

Batgirl: Training DayComments about this page

By David Marshall January 8th, 2013 Categories: Post |

Dark Knight on a Dark Night” is Hub Comics’ annual exhibition of Somerville/Cambridge artists expressing their unique take on Batman’s 70-year history. Past and present participants include Brad De Rocher, Erica Henderson, Len White and Ming Doyle. My contribution is based on the 1960s Batman television show. If the picture’s enough entertainment, skip straight to the comments or a bonus illustration of Batgirl getting an OTK spanking from Robin. Either way, you can avoid my over-researched babbling. You’re welcome.

illustration of '60s TV Batman cuffing Batgirl

Training Day: India ink on 12″ x 9″ bristol paper. #2 red sable brush and various Speedball nibs.

Modern fans think the 1960s Batman television show was too silly. It was, however, an accurate reflection of the 1960s Batman comics. The show is a unique hybrid of G-rated plots and Austin Powers sexuality. Producers worried about the network censors while cramming everyone in super-tight tights. Batman and Robin were played by Adam West and Burt Ward. Puberty redirected my attention from the plots to Yvonne Craig‘s Batgirl. She must’ve been poured into those purple tights. Predating Adam Warren’s Empowered by at least 30 years, Batgirl was always getting kidnapped, knocked out, tied up and rescued. Her positive outlook was unaffected by repeated failure.

illustration of Batgirl getting OTK spanked by Robin on the '60s Batman telelvision show

Bonus Illustration: Robin gives Batgirl a public over-the-knee spanking. From my in-progress retro-raunch parody “Batgirl’s Bad Day”.

This Yvonne Craig as Batgirl illustration attempts to merge actor likenesses with the inking of Dan DeCarlo (Wiki | Pinup Art | Amazon: The Art of Dan DeCarlo). Sound effects are faithful-as-possible recreations of the television show graphics. This very illustration has an in-depth article on The Chicago Spanking Review!

— Dave M!, smutting up your childhood memories

Talk Back! Most recent of (12)


Detlef Jumpertz | Posted on January 24th, 2007 at 12:53 am   

I fear a wedgie in progress….KaButt!! I like the montage feel of this.

Missed This Episode

Brine Blank | Posted on January 24th, 2007 at 4:27 pm   

#1. I must’ve missed that episode…Reminds me of Lichtenstien…funny..

#2. They had a show on the history of comic books that talked about the creator of Wonder Woman…should you have seen that or know what I’m talking about…that makes this all the more funny…

Go Boy Wonder!

Terry Border | Posted on June 19th, 2007 at 10:50 am   

I love this. Robin finally has the upper hand! Good for you Boy Wonder!

Adam West

Sparky Santos | Posted on December 18th, 2011 at 1:27 am   

Heck, Adam West would approve.


Alan Groening | Posted on December 18th, 2011 at 10:25 pm   

Damn right, Batgirl was super sexy, Surprised her and Robin never shacked up.

Face Front

Jonathan Goss | Posted on December 22nd, 2011 at 12:53 pm   

Spanks for that! (lol) the maniacal expression on Robin’s face makes him look frustrated (or constipated) –hah!


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re: Ur?

David Marshall | Posted on February 28th, 2012 at 2:20 pm   

Pervs and spambots agree — much like the sound of Robin’s gloved hand on Batgirl’s rump, this page his a hit in any language!


Cheap baking supplies | Posted on March 3rd, 2012 at 2:21 am   

Amazing… amazing… amazing…. Keep up the work.

Odd, but Thanks

David Marshall | Posted on March 3rd, 2012 at 9:51 pm   

In all my years, this is the oddest response to this page.

Color Always Helps

web-ed | Posted on March 14th, 2012 at 12:51 am   

I had seen the B & W version before, but I think color always helps. Batgirl’s expression comes through more clearly as she finally gets the spanking she deserved! The visual emphasis on the point of impact is effective also.

re: Color Always Helps

David Marshall | Posted on March 14th, 2012 at 11:58 am   

Thanks for stopping by. Web-ed is the collective running The Chicago Spanking Review, a free online journal serving the consensual spanking community since 2004. Zillions of comics-related images with historical context, placed in logical categories. An excellent resource for unrepentant dirty old men, like myself, and the ladies who love us.

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