I like the rough art style and the hatching. It's clear and easy to follow especially the second panel, where it didn't need to use sound effects or speed lines to know what was happening. However, and I don't mean to be harsh, the third panel is probably the weakest. The guy is still in the same pose as the second panel even though he already broke out. And with the woman's pose, her forearm is at an angle which looks like it wouldn't support her weight, and she would fall over. She also looks a lot smaller compared to the guy. He side view is wider compared to the woman's front view. Hopefully, this was constructive and could help.
The art is crisp and colors are bright and go well together. The panel layout is dynamic, especially the first panel where the pink fish "reaches" into the second panel. I also like the middle panel which is also the background for the entire page. Overall, it's very nice to look at, almost like a candy bowl.
The alien did nothing wrong. For real though, the second panel is pretty cool with the subtle lighting on the tank, with one the lights lighting up the ground. The low angle of the tank in contrast to the desolate landscape gives it a feeling of triumph and epicness.