Exposition can be both highly interesting and utterly dreary, all depending on what is being told and whether the audience is willing to invest time in what you’re telling them. In cases like this page where the exposition is very direct, you can’t really obfuscate it – nor avoid it if it’s something the characters will need to know for events to move forward. In this case, we thankfully have Tiny whose unreasonable snarkiness break it up with remarks.
For this particular page, we finally have a name to associate with what’s going on. A name doesn’t contain much details, mind you, in spite of it possibly already being familiar. It does provide a focus for the current events, or atleast our observations of thereof. As for where it actually leads.. well.. that’s the big question, isn’t it?