PANEL 1: It's nighttime. We see a crowd of angry people on a city street. They are yelling random things like “Go home!” and “Get out of our city!”
PANEL 2: We the the Silver Surfer on his board leaving the angry mob behind him. He has a look of complete despair of his face.
CAPTION: Humanity. No matter what I do, they judge me.
PANEL 3: We see the Surfer flying over another area of the city. Children are pointing while hiding behind their mothers, and people are hastening to get inside their house.
CAPTION: They are so afraid of anything they perceive as “different.”
PANEL 4: The Surfer lowers his board to the street. He walks to a nearby flower vendor. She drops her bouquet and runs screaming.
CAPTION: I've worked to help humanity and all that comes from it is misery. Sometimes I think they are a doomed race, destined to self-destruct into their own prejudices and hatred.
PANEL 5: The Surfer takes back to the air. He is holding a single rose from what's left of the vendor's stock. He is flying over a more industrial area of the city.
CAPTION: However, sometimes I think back to when I first came to this world. I think of people like Alicia Masters. People who show me the potential this primitive race exhibits. But I often wonder if she is alone in her compassion.
PANEL 6: The Surfer is high above what we can now recognize as Hell's Kitchen.
CAPTION: And then something happens, just when I've given up all hope...
PANEL 7: Cut to street level. We see down an alley, looking up as if from the pavement. Daredevil has two thugs cornered in the alley. In the sky distant, we can see the Surfer watching.
CAPTION: ...someone comes out of nowhere to do something courageous, and I realize...
PANEL 8: We see the alley from over the Surfer's shoulder at a distance. Daredevil has the thugs up against the wall. We catch snippets of conversation like “--not in my city--” and “--Kitchen belongs to me, so get--”
CAPTION: ...humanity will be all right, in the end.