For the June, 1967, issue, I'm highlighting one story: Shinji Nagashima's "Life". Click on the image to go to the media fire album.
A mother wolf and two cubs are out walking through the heavy snow one winter. Conditions are harsh and one of the cubs dies. They find a human hunter living in a cabin and the mother attacks him to get food for the other cub to eat. There's a fight, and the wolf rips off the guy's forearm while the hunter cuts off one of the wolf's ears. Years go by and the cub has survived, having enough pups to start a new pack. The mother wolf is now old and grizzled and has the respect of the new pack. After killing a deer, there's a gun shot and the rest of the pack scatters. The old one stands her ground and faces off against the hunter, who now has a sword blade attached to his stump. They fight again and this time the wolf dies. The hunter takes the body back to the cabin, while her daughter follows behind out of curiosity. The hunter places the body on the ground across from the fire pit and sits down just as time catches up to the both of them. The young wolf watches on as the cabin and its occupants turn to dust and are blown off into the wind. 40 pages.