Well this will take a bit longer to explain but please hear me out. Togashi is a master of fundamentals, paneling and creating memorable page composition. The man is a genius who can set up his scenes from interesting pov angles that are able to put in contrast what each scene is exactly trying to portray. As an example, i'll direct you to this page which is one my favorites of Togashi's magnum opus. Let me break it down for you:
The head shot of Gon breaks the boundaries of the first panel, which already takes up almost the entire first half of the page, making him feel imposing and setting the tone. His pointing hand is aimed right at the eyes of the reader and it seems to hover above the page, making it feel close and uncomfortable.
The reactions to his words are framed around the hand, small and unimportant. The final panel is a shot of the enemy's feet, giving the idea that they're looking down in defeat and submission.
Altogether i think, this should serve as a textbook example for many authors and artist out there, who want to learn the art of paneling.