Panel to panel transitions are relationships described in Scott McCloud's Understanding Comics.He defines six transitions from one panel to the next:
1. Moment-to-moment, where relatively little change takes place between the two panels.
2. Action-to-action, where the actions of a single subject are shown.
3. Subject to subject, which transitions between different subjects in the same scene.
4. Scene-to-scene, which "transports us across significant distances of time and space."
5. Aspect-to-aspect, which "bypasses time for the most part and sets a wandering eye on different aspects of a place, idea, or mood."
6. Non-sequitur, "which offers no logical relationship between panels whatsoever."