A little late, but better that then never, right?
Four rows, each comprised of a single panel.
1 – The image for each panel will be relatively similar, being compose of three main elements: a comic book store, a newspaper box, and two comic book readers walking in the foreground of the panel. For simplicity's sake, let's call the store “Comic Books”. Picture your standard comic book store, and you've probably got a good idea as to what this one looks like. The headline of the newspaper reads “National Crime Rate Plummeting”.
CAPTION: Month 1.
COMIC BOOK READER: I still can't believe how awesome comics have been lately!
2 – Same store. Maybe have a few more cars in the parking lot, a few more bodies visible inside. Apart from that, virtually the same scene with two comic book readers coming out of the store. The newspaper headline now reads “World Hunger Solved!”
CAPTION: Month 3.
COMIC BOOK READER: Who would have known that giving creators so much freedom would have such positive results?
3 – The store has been expanded. It is now quite a bit bigger and the sign reads “Comic Books Plus” or something equally innocuous. The amount of cars in the parking lot and people inside has increased in a similar amount. The comic book readers walk along yet again. The newspaper headline now reads “All Diseases Cured!”
CAPTION: Month 6.
COMIC BOOK READER: In retrospect, it's crazy that this didn't happen sooner.
4 – The expanded store is still the same size, but its parking lot is overflowing and people are literally lined out the door. The comic book readers are once again in the process of exiting the store. The newspaper headline now reads “All Wars Ended Forever!”
CAPTION: Month 12.
COMIC BOOK READER: It truly is a perfect world.