See some evil, hear some evil, speak some evil...
Al Williamson drew this curious fable for Boris Karloff Tales Of Mystery #11, September 1965. I say curious because it wants to be a cautionary tale using the familiar "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil," but strains credulity for a moral. Despite that, Williamson's artwork is always worth a look.
This is for reader Juan, from Spain, who wrote me recently with some requests. I find requests hard to do because I don't have a lot of what people are requesting. But Juan said he really likes Williamson, so here you are, my friend.