Indeed, this is a valid point, because an open-ended series that wants to keep using the same characters and keep them in a given age-range for a long time pretty much use some variant of comic-book time.An adaptation of a series that has this can usually avoid it, as most of them only last a few years.Click (right) to buy it now in the Stylebop sale, or check out the best of the rest in our edit below.Little Mistress, Lavish Alice and Phase Eight have got our favourites...
Another factor of Comic-Book Time is that it does not pass at the same rate for everyone; secondary characters may catch Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome and age from children to teenagers and then young adults while their adult counterparts remain roughly the same age.
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During an exhibition for the show in Singapore this summer, Michael Edelstein, president at NBC Universal International Studios, said: 'There's a movie in the works.
Or minor characters can drop out of the narrative, only to return years later, aged, while their counterpart heroes remain youthful.
This concept was picked up on in the Fourth Wall-breaking series, in which a Golden Age character decided to hang around She-Hulk as much as possible to stay youthful.