Published in the United Komiks #139, 1969 as part of the very popular series “Mga Kuwento ni Bruhilda” (Tales of Bruhilda the Witch).
Synopsys: The setting is the town fair or “Perya” or “Karnabal” in the Philippines. A holdupper kills a man and he is chased by the police. He finds that the best way to hide is to mix himself with the throng of people in the karnabal. The police still managed to see him though and the chase is resumed.
The holdupper finds a perfect hiding place in a storage room of the circus magician. He hides inside a chest used by the magician for one of his tricks, the one being pierced by several swords.
As the holdupper felt he was perfectly safe in his hiding place, two men enter the storage room, discussing the magician’s superb trick. One of the men, mystified how the chest trick was done, raised a sword and inserted it into the chest instantly killing the holdupper. They heard a scream but thought it came from the karnabal, never knowing that they have accidentally killed an evil man.
Page 1: The setting of the story is the town fair or "Karnabal"
Page 2: A holdupper kills a man and is chased by the police. The holdupper finds that the best place to hide is the karnabal where he can mix with throngs of people.
Page 3. The police managed to see him though, and the chase is resumed. The holdupper finds a perfect hiding place in a magician's storage room. He hides inside the magician's chest, the one being used with the sword trick. The police did not see him.
Page 4: Two men enter the storage room, discussing how the magician was able to insert several swords into the chest without killing the apprentice. Mystified by the trick, one of the men raised a sword and struck it in the chest, not knowing that there is an evil man inside. The holdupper is instantly killed. A horrific end for an evil man.