Wayshak previously collaborated with Fuller on an unreleased comic book based on Fuller's previous series Pushing Daisies. For Mockingbird Lane, "We went through a few designs," says Wayshak. "Bryan wanted something very classic yet sinister. Spot is still a shadowy character so keeping his silhouette strong was important, especially in the head."
Asked what served as the primary inspiration for the design of modern-day Spot, Wayshak enthuses, "Black Metal of course! You can't draw dragons without some epic metal! Spot's mostly inspired by all of those classic dragons you saw as a kid come to life. Imagine being Eddie with Spot trailing behind you. Every kid dreams of that. I just wanted him to be savage yet beautiful at the same time. Graceful, like a fire breathing cat."
"I think Bryan did an amazing job with the material," he adds. "He loves the characters and he treated them well. It's Herman, Lily, Grandpa, and the others that gave the original Munsters it's charm. The spooky aspects of the show were just icing on the cake. I think Bryan has carried on that tradition wonderfully."
Mockingbird Lane is directed by Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects, X-Men) and stars Jerry O’Connell as Herman Munster, Portia de Rossi as his wife Lily, Eddie Izzard as Grandpa, Mason Cook as Eddie and Charity Wakefield as Marilyn.
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