Re: what to do with "overdrawn comb"?
Don't worry about it.
Not sure if these frames are in the brood nest or in honey supers. If in honey supers, when it's time to extract just do that as per normal, then when you use the combs again next year the bees will even them up. But if they are in the brood nest, once the bees need that area of comb for brood raising they will remove the honey and even up the combs, or if they never use that particular area of comb for brood the combs will just stay like that while there's honey in, but will get largely evened out once the bees use the honey in those combs, but anyhow, it doesn't really matter, except to you.
We like our hives to be "pretty", but usually they aren't.
"We don't need no education" (Pink Floyd) - Yes you do, you just used a double negative.