- Kat is neither blind for Etheric beings/phenomenons, nor does she see all of them in boring simplified versions. All she does is see through Etheric "smoke and mirrors". - If(!) Coyote's Great Secret is true, then you can't change anything the moment you make some people believe in it. Humans have to die for their stories and beliefs to influence the Ether.
The New People are shown from behind, following Annie and looking around them. We see at least four of them, possibly five, in the first frame. The dark-haired female one looks back, and then in the second frame she recoils in fear and asks what something is.
Then we see some sort of spiderlike figure on the wall of a building. It appears to be seizing three tick-like creatures that are each about the size of one of the building's windows. This is happening on the exterior of what appears to be at least the building's third story, though it may be higher due to the perspective. The spiderlike thing's carapace is shiny and reflective; we can see the street reflected in its convex surface, buildings extending upward and downward. Its body extends upward into darkness; it's difficult to say how large it is. In the foreground we see Annie and the bald NP looking up at it.
Annie guesses this is something from Zimmy's mind; in this frame we see her, Renard, and three of the NP from the front. Annie's arm is up as if she's about to take some kind of action, but what exactly that would be I don't know – shoot a fire beam at it if it makes a wrong move? She says that such things come with the territory – literally, in this case, meaning that in this case they're literally moving into the physical territory that Zimmy is in, or they think they are, at any rate.
Color distortions continue; one seems to be in front of the NP girl's face, then in the second frame there's one near her forehead and another in the bottom of the frame. In the third frame it appears to be painted across the building between stories, right where the lowest tick-like creature is. The fourth frame has some yellowish discoloration in the lower left of the frame over part of Renard's head and a bit near Annie's ear. The final frame may have a bit on Annie's lower face and possibly a bit above her head, but that's obscured by the dialog balloon, so I'm not sure about that one. No idea what this means yet.
If the spider monster is something from Zimmy's mind, it's possible that it represents Zimmy, and the three tick-like creatures may represent these three entities from "Zim Grim." As most of that extra comic is shown from Zimmy's point of view, it's difficult to say just what they in turn represent, but we know there's something Zimmy did before she met Gamma that she considers bad enough never to tell Gamma about, and they may have to do with that. My suspicion is that they were social workers or even just concerned citizens who wanted to help Zimmy, but she felt assaulted or at least crowded, and lashed out at one of them, injuring or even killing them. Therefore Zimmy feels as if she deserves to be punished for hurting someone who was only trying to help. Gamma later came to help her, and Zimmy didn't lash out at her, possibly because she was only one person, or possibly because of the earlier incident – perhaps part of her feels that if the earlier incident hadn't happened, she might have lashed out at Gamma later. As this is all speculation, I may be way off base with this, but it's a theory.
The three creatures here do seem to have face-like patterns on their backs, but they may have reflective shells like the spider creature's, which shows a reflection of a street between two parallel rows of buildings like a tunnel, so the things that look like their "eyes" and the bridges of their "noses" may just be that. Above them are marks that look like "eyebrows," and one has them angled upward as if in worry, one has them neutral, and one has them angled downward as if in anger or at least grim determination. It's hard not to see faces in them.