Here's another page that's around the 28 area. I can't be expected to know what page number I'm on! This page came out a little less cramped than I expected it to. That may be good, as I don't want it to look too much like the previous page "Montressor trapped in the water carafe" (which was also numbered 28) (shown here).
Here's the thumbnail.
And here's the completed page.
Part of the reason the page is less cramped than intended is because I reduced the size of the gutters. (I've started doing that on all the pages in order to give me more room. The gutters started at 1/4" and I've begun reducing them to 1/8". I decided that the larger gutter wasn't gaining me much, and the smaller gutter gives me more drawing room.) I do think there's some value in perceiving them (subliminally) as prison bars, but it's so hard to draw small!
The other change I made from the thumbnail is that I greatly reduced the size of the smoke "surrounding" Montressor. That may be a mistake, but I thought this looked a little more realistic (whatever that means in this context). I probably shouldn't break that last word balloon tail, but I did want to distinguish it from Montressor's (which is still behind the gutter).
In any case, this page is designed to show Calimbo as oppressive, Montressor as trapped by the gutters and the smoke, and the "beats" of the story (panels) as leading to and closing in on Montressor.