Four rows of panels. The first row is a single, thin panel stretched across the page. The second row is comprised of three panels (2 through 4), all of equal size. The third row is comprised of two panels (5 and 6), also of equal size. The fourth row is again a single panel stretched across the page, but it can be a little taller than panel 1. Frankly, rows two through four can all be, more or less, of the same height.
1 – Night time. A far shot of Ghost Rider driving across a desert road. The road stretches form one side of the page to the other. There's no light other than Ghost Rider's own fire, which is brilliant against the night's darkness.
JOHNNY BLAZE (caption): It's a lonely road being the Spirit of Vengeance.
2 – Swing down to a 3/4ish shot from behind. Still pretty far off. It looks like there's a dingy bar off in the distance.
JOHNNY BLAZE (caption) (1): Souls cry out to you for retribution.
JOHNNY BLAZE (caption) (2): And they won't stop until you've made things right.
3 – The shot is still pretty far off. Ghost Rider is pulling into the parking lot. There's only one other bike there.
JOHNNY BLAZE (caption): You can say goodbye to your hopes and dreams. This here is a full-time gig.
4 – Ghost Rider stands in the bar's doorway, silhouetted by the light coming from within.
JOHNNY BLAZE (caption): You'll never get any thanks. There's nothing glamourous about it. And you can forget about ever being a “hero”.
5 – Shot from behind Ghost Rider's flaming skull. Ghost Rider is looking down at the drink on the bar.
JOHNNY BLAZE (caption): At this point, I know what you're thinking.
6 – Close-up of Ghost Rider's hand around the aforementioned drink. The hand is, of course, on fire, slowly boiling the drink.
GHOST RIDER: Then why do it?
JOHNNY BLAZE (off-panel): Darlin'...
7 – Switch angle to a straight on shot of Ghost Rider. There's two reveals happening in this panel. First, the Ghost Rider we've been following throughout the page is actually Alejandra, the young woman who got the GR mantle coming out of the events of Fear Itself. Second, she is not alone. Johnny Blaze sits next to her, but he is without any powers, just a regular man. Alejandra is slouching forward, tired and defeated. Johnny has his hand on her shoulder, trying to reassure her.
JOHNNY BLAZE: You do it because you're the only one who can.