Well, it did make him stop screaming. I can't quite tell from the artwork if he's terrified out of his wits or slightly offended or just astonished. Probably a bit of all three.
I'm wondering what she's sniffing that has her sounding intrigued. Perhaps he smells of Mason. Or maybe of fish
But according to page 212, Mason is the head of Arbutus' security. So he's probably this guy's boss. It's hard to settle on my next question, there are so many. But I am wondering how she came to be in Impala's company. I'm guessing that Charlise worked for Mason and engineered some kind of escape - but was it for Una alone or did she release the others as well? Una did, after all, reference "those of us born in the lab." That means that Una and the one on the Goya aren't unique.
SOME DAY this story will be complete and I'll probably STILL have a bunch of questions. "This One" spoke of the Goya monster as "the doting fledgling of its kindred." It also seemed to imply that it itself was older than god. (Or at least the same age...) Immortal beings generally wouldn't reproduce very often, if at all. But it did say that they were related "tangentially." Shrug. My working hypothesis is that "This One," the miasmics and the kharidians (Una and company) are extra-terrestrial. I'm uncertain if the flooding of the Earth was caused by Climate Change or by Enemy Action.
Ah, well. All will be revealed in time, right, Bean?