This page would be set up as seven panels: two rows of three and a larger seventh panel at the bottom of the page.
We see a savannah from a distance. The wind is blowing across the plains.
CAPTION 1: “Something like this could only happen to me.”
CAPTION 2: “It's happened to me several times.”
Another shot of the savannah, this time a bit closer up.
CAPTION 1: “Well, to be fair, its happened to Victor von Doom as well. I'm sure he's still around somewhere.”
CAPTION 2: “I no longer care.”
We see a shot of a cheetah taking down a gazelle. It rips its claws into the animal and shreds its flesh.
CAPTION 1: “The year is 1863. The British still rule India.”
CAPTION 2: “I left that place a few months ago.”
This time we see savannah again, and to the left a small grove of trees. Beyond them in the distance are what appear to be huts of some sort.
CAPTION: “I've been here about 11 months, give or take. I honestly don't count anymore.”
We see the same huts, but from a closer vantage, as if we are approaching them. They are obviously very primitive, being made of straw and mud.
CAPTION 1: “Back in the present time I was a drunk, a nobody. A very rich nobody, but that just enabled me.”
CAPTION 2: “But here...here I'm something more.”
We zoom in close on the village. They huts are arranged vaguely in a circle. There seems to be an unnatural glow coming from the center.
CAPTION 1: “I've never been a religious man, but I've fought alongside Thor for years now. Never understood the significance.”
CAPTION 2: “But now...now I understand how it feels...”
We see the center of the village and the source of the glow. Tony Stark, in full Iron Man armor, is floating a few feet off the ground. Surrounding him are 20-30 natives, all of which are bowing prostrate facing Tony.
CAPTION: “...to be a god.”
Title across the bottom: A RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
OK, please keep in mind that I've never in my life written in anything other than prose form. This whole "script" format is fresh to me. That's the point of this site, though, to fine-tune the craft, eh?