Saddle Stitched

Stapling through the centerfold, also called saddle-stitching, joins a set of nested folios into a single magazine issue; most American comic books are well-known examples of this type.

Saddle-Stitching is a soft-cover binding style that involves joining the pages of a printed document to the cover with staples. The contents and cover are then folded around the staples to make a booklet that can open completely flat.  As a result, the cover has no spine area.

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