The Fall of Little Red Riding Hood

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One of Jay Naylor's more story-oriented pornographic comics, The Rise And Fall Of Little Red Riding Hood began as a semi-spinoff of Naylor's other porn series, Huckleberry Ann, the first chapter originally established the storyline as a bedtime story being told by that series' main character, Mary Ann, a Hotter and Sexier take on Little Red Riding Hood in which Red is heading to her boyfriend, Pablo's house, to have sex with him. A wolf smells her scent and immediately becomes infatuated with her. Arriving at Pablo's house before Red does, the wolf ties him up and puts on his clothes, believing that Red would confuse him for Pablo. Of course, she immediately recognizes the wolf, but has sex with him anyway. The second chapter involves Red and Pablo being initiated into the wolf tribe via lots of sex (in Pablo's case, he is turned into a form that wolves find more appealing). The fourth chapter breaks from the previously established narrative, and is instead told from the point of view in a future where wolves are slowly taking over the world.

This, as you might imagine, is not to be read in public.

Tropes used in The Fall of Little Red Riding Hood include:
  • All Women Are Lustful
  • Attractive Bent Gender: Pablo.
  • Author Appeal: There are lots of shots of womens' derrieres, or of their tongues hanging out and eyes rolled up during sex.
    • Ass-play seems to be coming up more and more.
    • Contrast the amount of detail Naylor draws genitalia versus the detail of the entire rest of the comic in his pornfolios.
  • Baby Factory: What happens to Red and the other human women captured by wolves. They seem to enjoy it though.
  • Big Badass Wolf
  • Fan Disservice: Many fans expected Pablo to join in and fuck the female members of the wolf tribe; instead he is merely enticed to perform cunnilingus on the females, and is slowly turned into a shemale as punishment for being human.
  • Fetish Fuel: The above scene, among members of the Transformation fetishist community.
  • Furry Fandom: Jay Naylor, duh.
  • Government Drug Enforcement: When the wolves conquer human territories, the surviving humans are subjected to a mixture of drugs and wolf pheromones in order to remain compliant and willing to submit to the wolves' desires.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Humans are used for breeding by the wolves and successfully produce offspring with no visible human characteristics.
  • Hotter and Sexier
  • Humans Are Morons: The wolf thinks that Red wouldn't notice the difference between him and Pablo if he wore Pablo's clothes, because he believes that humans are of lower intelligence than wolves.
  • Humiliation Conga: What Pablo gets put through for most of the comic.
  • Kudzu Plot: The original two were just about Red getting sexed up by the wolves. From the third issue onwards, it seems to have the wolves trying to Take Over the World.
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • Male-to-Female Universal Adaptor: The wolves' penises are anatomically close to the Real Life animals. As always for Naylor, however, females have human-like vaginas.
  • Netorare Genre: At least from Pablo's perspective.
  • Plot With Porn: To the extent that it becomes more the former and less the latter in issue 3.
  • Puny Humans: Compared to the wolves.
  • Plot With Porn
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Little Red Riding Hood.
  • Superior Species: Wolves, of course.
  • Watch It Stoned: In most sex scenes in the comic, the humans are high on either the wolves' "medicines" or their pheromones. Riding Hood and Pablo are subjected to both during their initiations into the tribe, and most of the enslaved human women subjected to the wolves' breeding orgies are stoned out of their minds.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Pablo disappears without explanation after the third issue. Considering his Ensemble Darkhorse status, many fans were not pleased.
  • Yiff