Instead of leaving these boring teens to their sad, lonely puberties, Captain America starts lecturing them on how much energy they're wasting. Eventually the soup toddlers take over as narrators and it all becomes too crazy for a normal human brain to process.
Look at the shame on the horse's face for being drawn into this existence.
Before we learn the entire history of energy and what it meant to the Native Americans, the lecture is thankfully interrupted by a supervillain attack. Unfortunately, the supervillains are energy-themed and tie directly into the subject at hand. So Captain America's battle becomes narrated by baby soup spokespeople who are also still teaching us about energy conservation. It's like the worst day of five different people's lives all happening at once, but less coherent than that sounds.
"Disembodied heads, you describe the situation from the back! I'll describe it from the front!"
This may be harsh criticism, but severed baby heads are awful narrators. For the entire issue, they explain every obvious thing happening in each panel, while cheerfully floating next to their own pointless narration. All future comic creators should take note -- when creating a dramatic fight scene, try not to float a grinning, cherubic baby head over it.
"OK, looks like Cap is climbing a thing to fight the guy! And while I have you here, energy conservation
is no reason to cut back on the hearty taste of soup!"