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Formatitis is when a comic book story suffers from being forced to commit to a specific format.
Notable examples of Formatitis include:
A. Stories written for serialized anthologies (the short length and constant need to recap can rob the story of some impact)
B. Stories written for “the trade” (when a 3-part story has to be stretched to 6 issues).
C. Stories written for longer story pages without deserving the longer story pages (leads to a lot of padding)
D. Stories written for short story length that deserve more (story ends up feeling as though an opportunity was missed).
Any other examples of formatitis that you folks can think of?
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