Yesterday on a totally unrelated thread you referred to yourself as 90% writer/10% artist. I think that 10% has done you fairly well here. It's clear you were really considering the visuals as you wrote this. You vary up your shot calls but leave enough room for an artist to work within. (And what kid riding their bike didn't pretend to be a super hero? That's a strong feel good last image.)
Though with Huck being so hyper capable and super strong, I'm not sure how much I buy the wind blowing the note from his hand. Granted it's a story about a super powered being that does good deeds, but it just felt a little too convenient. You could likely get to the same place just by having the paper fall out of his pocket.
Hardy to the come running up behind Huck to give it back. Allowing for their meeting to be more of an active action in the story than a passive one. (Admittedly this one is 100% opinion/preference based. I don't know that many people would look twice without just accepting the moment as presented.)
Though, I think if I had a major critique for this one, is that a lot of the dialogue felt a bit stilted. Tonality wise it just didn't feel like characters having conversations, as much as characters saying lines.
As an example your first conversation panel on page 2 reads:
HUCK: Thanks for grabbing my TO-DO LIST. I usually write them down in my book, but I left it at home today. Nice suit.
HARDY:The LEGEND is my FAVORITE HERO
Huck's line is saying nearly everything the potential drawing would as a kind of play by play, before it gets to the parts you want him to say. The reader sees that the paper in Huck's hands is his To Do list. No need to repeat it in the word balloons. A simpler more conversational tone likely can say everything here, but feel more natural.
HUCK: Oh Thanks for grabbing that before it got away. It's easier when I don't leave my book at home.
HARDY: I'm Legend., he's my favorite!
Granted this is a super quick effort just used for an example, and is more of a preferential thing on my part. I've just never been a big fan of panels where characters tell me exactly what they're doing in the panel they're doing it in.
I feel like the plot was there, the thought for the visuals was there, it was just the nuts and bolts of telling the story that felt a little flat at times for me. A dialogue polish pass would make this one feel a whole lot stronger to me.
Good luck to you, I look forward to getting a chance to read your horror script.