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Letterbot
Letterbot font


 
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  Price: $49.00

  Product Code: CL331


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Description Technical Specs
 
"If you prick me, do I not bleed? If you tickle me do I not laugh? If you poison me do I not DIE? And if you wrong me shall I not REVENGE?"

"I am not a TYPEWRITER! I am not a MACHINE! I am -- NOT -- JUST -- a lettering ROBOT! I -- AM -- A -- HUMAN -- BEING!"


Having trouble with YOUR lettering artist? LETTERBOT is here to help. Take all the fuss and muss out of dealing with a real person and install this helpful and responsive robotic font. It has no opinions of its own and will assist you in the lettering of your comic without all that tedious human interaction which lettering artists seem to think they're entitled. Designed by John JG Roshell.*

*Now obsolete.
Features
  • Four fonts (Regular, Italic, Bold & Bold Italic) with upper and lower case alphabets. Includes Western & Central European accents and Cyrillic characters.

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Vol.6 Legends Collection Jet Pack
  Price: $999.00
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Vol.6 Legends Collection Jet Pack

Average Rating: 1 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Sorely lacking, but it could be fixed. January 1, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Canada  
I can appreciate that they are trying to make a font that looks like a computer print typeface. But there is no italic or bold-italic font with this. And those are kind of important for a font.

Also, certain combinations of letters look like they are conjoined, causing the sentence to be unreadable. For instance, a lower-case L and T, when put together, ends up looking like it's a small mishmash of scribbles. The letters aren't spaced properly. I have tested this on other font-seller websites that host Comicraft's stuff.

However, if the good people at Comicraft fix these issues, I would readily buy it. This font has potential to be a much "friendlier" type of robotic voice.

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