So this seemed like a great idea in my head. I can't comment as to whether its translation to script form was successful. I will leave that for you to decide.
Four rows of equal size. Each row is made up of a single panel.
1 – A river at the base of a cliff. The water is littered with debris from a recent car crash. Boxes, broken pieces of wood, various supplies, and so forth are floating all over the place. There is also a large army transport truck that is in process of sinking – the items were obviously on the truck's flatbed before the crash. In the middle of all this are Captain America and Bucky, treading water. Captain America glares unhappily at Bucky. Bucky looks back at him sheepishly. No dialogue.
2 – Same scene. The truck has almost entirely sunk below the water's surface. Bucky looks towards it. Captain America continues to glare at Bucky. No dialogue.
3 – Same scene. The truck is gone, entirely submerged, although the many pieces of debris remain. Bucky looks back at Captain America, his sheepish grin now larger and his face reddening from embarrassment. Captain America continues to glare at Bucky. No dialogue.
4 – Same scene. If anything, Captain America might be even less impressed with Bucky in this panel.
BUCKY (1): ...
BUCKY (2): So I'll be the first to admit that that could have gone a little better.