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I've created a monster!

I can read your mind

Go right ahead and do it

Never as good as the first time.

Her majesty's a pretty nice girl.

Never understood a thing.

Never an easy way.

Treat you like a child.

This is a handwritten font by myself. It is really funny to see your own handwriting on the screen :-).

was extrapolated from the great MAD magazine logo, of course! I loved MAD when I was a kid and remember drawing the 3 letters of the title and imagining what the others would look like. I used a 70s issue of the magazine and looked at a lot of other woodtype--Western and circus--fonts for ideas.It is not my intention to infringe on any trademarks or copyrights belonging to the magazine. This is in hommage, not a rip-off. So don't use this to make your own MAD magazine or related paraphernalia; use it to write other stuff with! In my version, the upper and lower case are the same. The uppercase letters are kerned real close, like the magazine logo, the lowercase are not. Includes numbers, punctuation, and accented characters. Is yet another comic-book style font. Can be bolded or italicized effectively.

Gleaned from Mort Walker's Lexicon of Comicana and ABC Etcetera: The Life & Times of the Roman Alphabet by A. & N. Humez, I've included 5 useful symbols. From left to right: the "squean" (which might float around a drunken character's head),the "grawlix" (a substitute for swearing), the "jarn" (ditto),a "phosphene" (for a character who's "seeing stars"), and the "quimp" (another swear.) Have @#$%* fun!

Inspired by a trip to Mexico City. The official signage of the Mexico City subway uses a peculiar adaptation of the classic font Eurostile, designed by Aldo Novarese. The capital E was most unusual. The overall feel was of a past vision of the future, with a distinctively Mexican touch. (The squared circle, or rounded square, is very common in both old and new Mexican design.) I began with a ripoff version of Eurostile (also known as Microgramma), adjusted it to the proper width and weight, then drew the observed characters as well as a few other variants of my own invention in the retro-future style. Using this font in all-caps mode presents the best approximation of the original signage. Includes caps, punctuation, numbers, and international characters.

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