Four rows of panels. First row is a single panel. Second row is two panels. Third row is a single panel. Fourth row is also a single panel.
1 - Taskmaster stands at the front of what looks like a regular school classroom. The difference, of course, is that the desks are filled not with children but with aspiring henchmen. However, beyond that, it's pretty much identical. Taskmaster has a teacher's desk, on the blackboard "Mr. Taskmaster" is written in chalk. That kind of thing. As well, make it clear that one of the aspiring henchmen is sleeping on his desk at the front of the class.
TASKMASTER: Alright, chumps, you're here to learn to be the best henchmen you can be. That's fine and dandy, but if you take my class, you follow my rules.
2 - Taskmaster delivers a mighty kick to the desk with the sleeping guy. The desk flips over and the guy wakes with a shock, too late to do anything but smash into the ground. In the background, try to show that one of the other students is chewing gum (or at the very least, have a distinctive guy who can appear in the next panel).
TASKMASTER: No sleeping!
3 - Taskmaster punches the guy who was chewing gum so hard that the gum (and some teeth) are flying out of the guy's mouth.
TASKMASTER: No gum!
4 - A shot from the back of the room. Two aspiring henchmen are passing a note between themselves. Their hands are both outstretched; the note is in the process of being passed. Beyond their hands, Taskmaster is visible at the front of the room, looking towards them. He is in the process of drawing his sword.
TASKMASTER: And don't even think about passing notes...
5 - Taskmaster stands next to a guy who is missing a hand. Taskmaster has a look of recognition on his face (maybe snapping his fingers and pointing to emphasize the point), as if he just remembered who the person opposite him is. The guy without a hand looks annoyed.
TASKMASTER: Oh, you're that guy!