Three rows of panels. The first row can be a bit smaller than the other two. The first row is made up of one panel, which takes up the width of the page. Rows two and three are each made up of three equal sized panels.
1 – Harry and Peter are standing opposite each other atop the bridge where Gwen Stacey died. It's nighttime, it's raining real hard, and there's enough lightning going on to really set the mood. Harry and Peter are both wearing their respective costumes. They've been engaged in a brutal fight and are both much the worse for wear for it. At this point, neither of them are wearing their masks. Harry is standing at the edge of the bridge, looking out towards the water. Any angle is good for this one, but maybe let's try an angled shot from above to really show off what's going on.
HARRY (1): I've done terrible things, Pete.
HARRY (2): Unspeakable things.
2 – Focus in on Harry. He's wearing an expression of pretty complete sorrow. He looks down at his upturned hands, almost as if he can see the blood he's referring to. Feel free to have water dripping from his hands to hit this point home if you don't think it's too much.
HARRY: I have so much blood on my hands at this point that no amount of repentance is going to wash it all off.
3 – Close shot of Harry's face. You don't need to have all of it – up to half can be off-panel. His eyes are shut tight. The sorrow remains, with maybe a bit of frustration thrown in for good measure. Peter, while still a bit off, is walking towards his friend.
HARRY: I can't sleep anymore, Pete. Every time I close my eyes I see the faces of all the people I've hurt. All the lives I've maimed.
4 – Peter has closed the distance between the two. He places his hand on Harry's shoulder in comforting gesture. If shown, Harry's eyes remain closed.
PETER: It'll be okay, Harry. We'll figure something out. We'll find a way to make things right.
5 – Harry has turned around to face Peter. He looks a lot calmer, almost eerily so.
HARRY: -heh- You're kind to say that, Pete.
6 – Without warning, Harry pushes Peter away. The momentum pushes him off the edge of the bridge. No dialogue.
7 – Harry is gone from view. Peter is on the ground, yelling towards where his friend was a moment ago.
Like Winter Soldier, I'm not sure how well this fits in continuity right at present. I think that Harry doesn't know Pete's identity right now? And maybe he isn't the Green Goblin anymore? Either way, this is what I'm offering for the week, so I hope you all don't mind.