Hey End, Gotta stop here and share a few feelings about your pages - I love what you're doing with the narrative this round.
You have to appreciate what you do for the viewer, here. While reading this, I seriously feel like I'm in his head, looking at every action and reaction he makes. It simulates how we behave in fight or flight situations. We're aware of what's going on, but not in the greatest detail.
I also dig how in just a few pages, you've allowed us to really get to know sloth's opponent, and get a serious feel for his personality and what makes him tick.
The way some of the things Sloth & Belphegor are saying, the sound of desperation in her voice, the way they were talking, the sounds and reactions to that mortal pain - they really gave a sense of urgency.
Some more of the genius here, is how you prepared the text. Since we are viewing a lot of this from his mind's eye, he really was tuning out a lot of what he heard, as if to tell us, "he's the veteran to a lot of battles that play out similarly".
This is what makes comics, story telling, and the visual medium exciting. This is doing quite a bit of justice to pretty much everything you look for in good sequentials.
Great stuff End : ) Heck of a great thing to see after my trip to Vancouver.