So with all the panels more or less how I wanted them, I used a lightbox to redrew the images.
Here's the pencils with initial inks (pen).
And finishes with the brush:
Mark! brought up a good point: C should be very terse and to the point, except when he's playing the buffoon for M. With that in mind, it occurred to me that he'd also get much more terse when closing in for the kill. Although he's still playing a bit dumb, C is very much conveying "I got you, you bastard." in panel 4.
And since I really want to make up for some lost time, I worked on another page.
The following brickwork (or at least portions of it) will serve as the chapter breaks.
I was originally going to draw one or two bricks and then copy them in PhotoShop. But that seemed like too much a cheat, so I went ahead and drew the whole page.
I started by creating a blue line guide. I knew I wouldn't keep the brickwork quite so regular, but I still needed something to go by.
Here's the thing. It's easy for me to love Montressor as a character; he's such a slick and smarmy snob. But it's also important to remember: there's a reason Calimbo is after him. He slowly walled a man into a cave. Hand drawing each of those bricks one-by-one gives you an appreciation of how evil Montressor is---and why he has to be caught.