Speaking as a Tool, if we do I haven't found them.
I've always seen that as an artistic thing. We're looking at a page from a journal. It's a real thing. We already know Parson embeds these kinds of things in mid-thought, which is why we see the end of the previous page. We're only seeing a single snapshot of his life. The end of the last page and the continuation onto the next page are just parts of his story that are out of frame. That's always been my take on it anyway.
"All warfare is based on deception" - Sun Tzu, Chapter 1, Line 18, The Art of War
"The principle of strategy is to know ten thousand things by having one thing." - Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Earth, Go Rin No Sho