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''Wolf Comix'' is the third and current incarnation of a series of comic strips spun off from the {{Underground Comic|s}} ''ComicBook/{{Horndog}}''.

The first incarnation of the comic was called ''Red'', and focused on a young human woman named Red who dates a FunnyAnimal Wolf (though '''''not''''' a [[TheBigBadWolf Big Bad one]]). Creator [[Creator/IsaacBaranoff Isaac M. Baranoff]] had attempted to syndicate it, but eventually offered it as a webcomic for the entertainment website SpaceMonkeyMafiaStudios instead, and the comic's second incarnation, ''Here, Wolf'' (a play on a famous line from ''YoungFrankenstein'') was born.

This new incarnation, ''Here, Wolf'' used a BeastFable to discuss issues of prejudice and FantasticRacism. However, Baranoff had originally not intended this subject to be the sole focus of the new comic, since he had already covered this thoroughly in ''Horndog''. Instead, ''Here, Wolf'' was originally supposed to focus on Baranoff's AynRand-influenced philosophy, hence the reason why ''Red'' was not used as a title, to avoid connections with the Republican Party, as Baranoff felt that the comic was not political, but philosophical. However, the philosophical approach of the comic was ultimately not used in the comic, and the final comic instead focused on pop culture references and topical humor.

''Here, Wolf'' lasted for two years before being pulled from SpaceMonkeyMafiaStudios by Baranoff, because he felt that the final comic was not particularly different from many other webcomics. In 2012, Baranoff officially announced that they had stopped publishing ''Here, Wolf'' and that Baranoff had [[OrphanedSeries stopped drawing it]]. Baranoff suggested that it may return in the future as a live-action WebVideo series, saying that he wanted to use puppets to depict the FunnyAnimal characters. Also, Baranoff started producing ''WebVideo/ComixFromTheUnderground'' for Website/SpaceMonkeyMafiaStudios as a replacement for ''Here, Wolf''.

By the end of 2012, Baranoff issued a new press release stating that they would release a new comic called ''Wolf Comix'', which was actually a third incarnation of ''Here, Wolf''.


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!!''Wolf Comix'' and ''Here, Wolf'' provides examples of the following tropes:
* BeastFable: Wolves are a stand-in for...something. It's kind of vague. (Usually implied to be African-Americans.)
* CharacterBlog: Wolf posts on the comic's [[http://twitter.com/wolfcomix Twitter]] and [[http://www.facebook.com/WolfComix Facebook]] pages.
* CreatorThumbprint: Marijuana use, Libertarianism and atheism.
* EruditeStoner: Wolf.
* FantasticRacism
* FourFingeredHands: All FunnyAnimal characters have four fingers. However, the human characters are portrayed with five fingers.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Wolf.
* IntellectualAnimal
* InterspeciesRomance
* [[SnarkyNonHumanSidekick Snarky Non Human Boyfriend]]: Wolf
* SpeciesSurname: Subverted, as Wolf is never referred to by any other name.
* SphereEyes: All characters.
* TheStoner: Wolf, like all [[{{Horndog}} Horndogs]].
* WhiteVoidRoom: As in ''{{Horndog}}'', this is a stylistic ShoutOut to [[ComicBook/AmericanSplendor Harvey Pekar]].
* WolverinePublicity: Bob, from ''Horndog'', has some appearances in ''Wolf'' comix, and Wolf appears in ''Horndog'' as well.

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!!''Here, Wolf'' provides the following tropes:
* AprilFoolsDay: In 2011, ''Here, Wolf'' was replaced by a fake comic called ''Stupid Priest'' as an April Fools joke.
* BerserkButton: Wolf's response to someone calling the band Music/HollywoodUndead "metal".
* {{Crossover}}: With ''{{Horndog}}''.
* DeadpanSnarker: Wolf and Red.
* DeepSouth: A redneck says outright that he doesn't like Wolf having sex with "'''our women''', '''''[[FantasticRacism boy]]'''''", leading Wolf to tell him off.
* {{Juggalo}}: In an early comic, Wolf is looking at ''[[AuthorAppeal Juggalette porn]]'' instead of working.
* {{Metalhead}}: Wolf.
* OrphanedSeries
* ScheduleSlip: The real question is, when was ''Here, Wolf'' ever ''on'' schedule?
* ShoutOut: Wolf likes {{Rush}}, FrankZappa and Music/KingDiamond.
** ''Here, Wolf'' is a reference to a line from ''YoungFrankenstein'':
--> There. There, wolf. There, castle.
* SpaceMonkeyMafiaStudios: This comic appeared on this site as ''Here, Wolf''.
* SpinOff: From ''{{Horndog}}''.
* TakeThat: These appear more frequently:
** Wolf hates ''LittleRedRidingHood'', and is even less pleased by the prospect of watching an adaptation made by the director of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. Other movies like ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'' and ''Film/SpaceJam'' are also poked fun at.
** The CatGirl Fetish is [[http://spacemonkeymafiastudios.com/2011/02/10/here-wolf.aspx referenced and poked fun at]].
** Music/JohnLennon and Music/YokoOno are characterized as "junkies".
** Wolf also dislikes BadlyDrawnKitties and WesternAnimation/SouthPark.
** "How do you spell [[EpicFail failure]]?" "[[Creator/JayNaylor J-A-Y N-A-Y-L-O-R]]."
*** This was due to a real-life feud between Baranoff and Naylor, who claimed that Baranoff [[BlatantLies refused to publish his comics]] because of his views.
** BarackObama
** Wolf suggests that Creator/AlanMoore should Occupy Reality instead of "Occupying Comics".
* VillainousIncest: A redneck with [[BrotherSisterIncest his sister]]. Technically, the redneck is not a villain, as he is portrayed as being more stupid than genuinely evil, although this trope still applies as the incest reference was only included to make the character looks worse than the FantasticRacism already makes him in order to make the comic's anti-prejudice theme clear.


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