I'm not a big fan of the way you laid it out. I like what you're doing, and I think you should absolutely keep at pushing yourself but I don't think it worked this time.
Specifically I'm not a fan of where you cut her head in panel 1. It just feels unnatural and I also don't think it was necessary to break the panel border with her head (on the left).
Panel 2 I think is a fine panel but I still don't see a reason to have broken the panel border.
It's a tool that can have a lot of power, really pulling a character to the front of a page or showing extreme action.. if you over use it, though, it loses it's power. I think you're using it a lot recently and while I think some of it's been used really well (like Rebecca in 270) I feel like it will lose it's power when you look at the strips in a collection. There won't be a 'bam!' factor to it anymore.
Panel 3.. I have no love for this panel. I just can't see a purpose in it. There's no reason to have a panel focused on her lower body other than the fact that you cut her into two panels. It makes the panel cut pointless. Again, the top cut annoys me. I can't fathom a reason to create a panel with this composition if it were not part of the two panel cut. I think it's important that if you're going to cut a single image into multiple panels, each panel could stand on it's own as an image.
Panel 4. I love the composition of this panel. It makes a lot of sense and it has a real feeling of intimacy. It has captured a very pure moment. That's something to be very proud of! The only issue with it is that it's combined with the panel at the top and it makes him look like he's staring into her bloody stump of a neck.
I wrote way more than I intended to. I feel like I might have came off a bit harsh too. Don't take it that way though, I love your work!