This short story has been available since 2011, but I just now got ahold of it through Graphicly, where it can now be downloaded for a mere $0.99. It was worth every penny and more - the glaring black and white illustrations are stunning, and Cloonan has laid the story out in such a way that anyone who was interested in making this into a short film would find most of the work completed for them. I like to think the art in a comic is effective when I can feel what temperature it is supposed to be - or at least what the weather is like - the moment I look at a frame. I'm no expert, but I feel there ought to be a very clear, very deliberate sense of environment in each frame. Or at least, I enjoy a comic more when there is. By the first page of "Wolves," I already feel cold, hungry, and dirt-smudged. Shadowy forests and warm breezes, shame and doom - I know these intangible things are difficult to convey, but Cloonan makes it look easy.
Feast your eyes on "Wolves" from Graphicly, right now! See what I did there? I know, I am great with puns. :)