This first frame shows the effect of the Red Death. Hundreds of people were dying every day during the time frame that our story takes place in.
O God, all of my children are dead.
The fifth frame of our story shows Prince Prospero and some revelers unmasking the figure, only to find that much of its body is covered in blood, and its head an intangible form. Now it is clear that this figure, in all of its mysteriousness, is actually the Red Death, which crept into the party unnoticed.
This second frame shows Prince Prospero and his castle, the one in which he is housing 1000 of his friends to protect them from the Red Death.
This is my castle, Prospero's Party Hub. I've got thousand people partying up in here.
The last frame of this oh-so-tragic story shows the Red Death, alone, in the castle, which is full of 1000 dead bodies within just 30 minutes of the figure's unmasking.
This third frame portrays the black room of Prince Prospero's castle. This room was avoided by all of the people in the party, and in it is a large clock that disturbed the party every hour.
This fourth frame shows the part in the story when a mysterious, corpse-like figure is now noticed wandering throughout the crowds of people. Prince Prospero, in all of his glory, is the only one who is so rudely taken aback that he decides to directly address the figure.