One thing you learn (or try to learn) as you write for a comic is how to make dialogue flow and fit in a page while still allowing the art to shine! Sometimes, out of necessity, you end up with text-heavy pages like this one, and you turn to close-ups to help the art continue to stand out. Of course, when you're focusing on a lot of close-ups, you want to keep the visuals looking dynamic, which I think Izzy has done a marvelous job of here.
ACKERLEY: Hey, he froze for a moment. It kind of worked.
AVA: He was just confused.
AVA: This thing is useless.
ACKERLEY: You don't need it! You can figure it out your way.
AVA: That was my way.
ACKERLEY: No, think it over. We can't catch it by running, especially not an old codger like me.
AVA: Ackerley, you're 35.
ACKERLEY: Well, I don't think even you could outrun it.
ACKERLEY: So what should we do?
AVA: I've got it!
ACKERLEY: ...What are you thinking? A net? Maybe bait?
AVA: Stay here, and get ready.
ACKERLEY: Get ready for wh-
ACKERLEY: ...oh, dear.
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