Become a supporter

Wolf and Lantern


Author Comments

A tribute one of my favorite heroines in the history of anime. Holo the Wise Wolf, the titular fertility goddess of the light novel and animated series "Spice and Wolf" now available from Funimation. Holo is know for her love of apples, dislike of clothing, and for being able to assure bountiful harvests. One year, at the end of the harvest season, she decides to go on a journey back to her homeland in the frozen north and enlists the help of Lawrence Craft, a traveling merchant to guide and accompany her. So begins their journey.



its a fox silly billy :/. but a sexy fox all the same.

DeliciousOrange responds:

Holo's golden brown fur and white tipped tail are typically associated with foxes, but it also associated with the Maned wolf. While I agree that a white-tipped tail is especially rare for a wolf to have, all of the light novels and the animated series constantly refer to Holo as being a very proud wolf spirit.


Wow, for a guy with a foot fetish, even i'm impressed, you sir have made one of the best anime feet I've seen

DeliciousOrange responds:

Well I can't say that was my aim when I was drawing it, but I'm glad it managed to sate your particular palette.

Horo <3

I love her/this art

DeliciousOrange responds:

Thank you.


glad to see this anime getting some attention

DeliciousOrange responds:

I agree, I think it slipped under most people's radar.
It definitely isn't for the younger crowd. That's not just for Holo's tendency to strip down at any opportunity, but also because the story tends to be extremely dialog heavy and focuses on economics and political subterfuge. People looking for a simpler action oriented series probably will have better luck elsewhere.


i'm now a dedicated fan of the series

DeliciousOrange responds:

I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Click on an icon to vote on this!

Credits & Info

4.62 / 5.00

May 6, 2010
8:10 AM EDT
File Info
1200 x 776 px
549.4 KB

You might also enjoy...

Licensing Terms

You are free to copy, distribute and transmit this work under the following conditions:

You must give credit to the artist.
You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
No Derivative Works:
You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.