- This is Dan Jurgens debut as Warlord's penciller.
- Given that Ashir's a pretty egalitarian king: he hosts the Kaash'Ban in his palace walls, and allows the commoners to come see them there.
The title of this issue (and the name of the people to which it refers) may come from the name of a geographic feature in Saudi Arabia, Jabal Kashbān (jabal means "hill" or "mountain"). Some of the Kaash'Ban seem to have Arabic inspired names.
Besides their Doctor Doolittle-ish ability to talk with animals. The Kaash'Ban seemed to be sort of a loose, fantasy Romani or similar group of nomadic people. Rostov explicitly draws this comparison in the story.