This exact thing is why I draw my pages as pages first and then spread them out a bit I asked Shazleen Khan, who makes a pretty popular comic on Tapas called BUZAA! how the print version looked so good and was told that the pages were drawn for print first and then cut up and spaced out for web.
Making comics for long scroll is really cool, but if printed books are a big part of your plans, it's easier to cut up a print page for scroll than to jigsaw together long scroll panels to fit on a print page nicely.
On the Lore Olympus example, it looks like they got very anxious about the panels and text being constrained to the Safety Zone, including in places where they could have gone for full bleed. The small panels don't really capture the cinematic feeling of the original.