Omni Spawn seems to get around! And he doesn’t seem to need to use the conventional methods Magistar uses… if leaping 5 stories to the top of another building can be called “conventional.”
Mark’s Remarks: Okay, at long last I can reveal the age old secret of those wild panel layouts in the pages of Humants # 1. Freazie and I were doing Small Press books before we ventured into the Independent Market. The original art board size is just a little longer for regular comic book size than for Small Press. Freazie had started penciling part of the Humants first book for Small Press before Project: New Man. When we decided to go to the Independent Market with issue 1 of Project: New Man we began to make similar plans for the Humants book. So Freazie switched over, after we remembered to do so, to the larger comic boards. He shuffled the pages about a bit and the new pages ended up at the beginning of Humants # 1. So when I got all the pages to prepare for the printers, I had to cut the Small Press size pages and panels apart and paste them on Regulation Comic Boards so all the sizes matched. In doing so, I had to come up with some interesting ways to fill the space without it looking like we were correcting a mistake. Allan Lewis was a tremendous help with this! We borrowed an idea or two from Todd McFarlane and that’s The Rest of the Story as Paul Harvey would say! Whew! Just remembering all that was hard work!