It's likely that the cause of the spikes is charge injection due to too fast rise and fall times combined with using an ideal pulse source that can source/sink unlimited current.
Take your two pulse sources and run them through inverters (or a pair of inverters if you don't want to deal with the signal inversion) similar to how you derived clkb. That will give you realistic rise and fall times and drive strengths.
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