Man, this page was a pain in the butt to produce. I went back a forth on layout choices, only to arrive at something not terribly different from my initial plan. Then I had to wrap my head around multiple layers in Manga Studio to get the panels to overlap correctly. This page is meant to have a montage effect as C returns to the crime scene with bright lights to search for clues.
The final layout does better reflect the "searching motif" that you see on other pages. C is often moving between panels, and his cigar smoke typically breaks the panel frame. Here he is literally bursting through the panels as he discovers important evidence.
Although I'm not 100% sold on how well this page works, I am pretty pleased at some of the artwork. One of the challenges that I've presented myself with this comic is learning how to draw black on black and still show depth of field. In this page I relied more heavily on cross hatching to indicate background and negative space, thus allowing the light to "shine" on some surfaces. Note C's jacket in panels 3 and 4: there's no outline; you understand where it stops because of the negative space created by the cross hatching "behind" it.