You need to login to do this. Please don’t list this on a work’s page as a trope. Examples can go development months child up to one year Komarovsky the work’s YMMV tab. Then comes the ending of the movie.
The effect of this, usually, is a frustrating and jarring experience which eventually has the viewer thinking something along the lines of “Just end already! Boring Return Journey is usually a deliberate attempt to defy this phenomenon. Arc Fatigue is a small-scale version, where a single story-arc goes on longer than it should. Bladder of Steel, as there is no way to pause the production. The series could have ended perfectly right there, but it just kept going with a lot of recycled plots and enemies, plus adding a lot of completely out of nowhere backstories just for the sake of not wanting to end.
Happens in both the novel and manga adaptation of Battle Royale in regards to Kiriyama finally going down and ending the game, though the manga makes it more obvious. A common complaint about Death Note in manga form is that it drags through the second arc, largely because the author wanted there to be exactly 108 chapters. Scrapped Princess either needed two fewer episodes or two more episodes, depending on how you look at it. Most of the longer works of Rumiko Takahashi face this problem. The longest one that didn’t was probably Maison Ikkoku. There have been many discussion about this concerning Hellsing.
Some of the most disillusioned have professed the opinion that they don’t even care how it ends, so long as it involves someone shutting the Major up. The original Super Dimension Fortress Macross. This actually tends to be a very common problem for manga, especially Shoujo. Devil Bats had already won the big game they’d be working towards from the start of the series and this just felt like a needless Post-Script Season. It was also comparatively poorly written. The creators seemed to agree, as they wrapped the arc very hastily.
At the beginning of Bakugan: New Vestroia, the brawlers joined a resistance group that’s trying to free the Bakugan enslaved by the Vestals. Then they had to stop the Vexos from destroying all the Bakugan on New Vestroia. This was so bad that New Vestroia doesn’t really seem to end as much as transition into Gundalian Invaders by the way it was ended. At this point it looks like a good way to close out for the next part as all things are coming to their close. Except now the corpse has been stolen again forcing Johnny to chase down the one responsible.