Wolves are creatures exposed to different stages of projection by their most evil antagonists, the humans. A pride of wolves appears as a metaphor for a human reality that has nothing to do with the nature of these animals.
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A wolf in this narration, we won’t give him a name or a certain characterization, is leaving his pride. He departs for a journey to an unknown destination.
A certain cosmic emergence is pattering the space. The fading of a star leads to a formation engrossed by the real planets it might concern. The wolves are patterned by certain expectations, but they represent the innocent stage of nature exposed to a force, they can’t influence.
The King of the Birds appears as an ancient symbol of a kind of wisdom and negation as well. He is giving hints, but he never is outspoken.
The story is to be continued
“I am a graphic novelist living in Turkey. In my stories furry heroes and their companions are fighting the evil in a world massed up by human nature.”
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