while the craftsman in me really enjoyed the play-by-play of font creation in this article, and I appreciate the level of detail given in this process, the artist in me has to point out that computer fonts in comic books look like ASS, no matter how well they're made. Nothing has detracted more from the aesthetics of comic books in the last 20 years than using custom, handwritten fonts; they are so obviously computer-generated, no matter how much work goes into making them seem "organic" that the ARE distracting; even the best fonts I've seen out there, like Jeff Smith's or Pail Pope's, don't compare to their earlier, hand-written comics. I know, saves time, easier to change, blah blah blah. Fine, I get it- but in your quest to save time, you've sacrificed something beautiful. 20 years from now, your comics are going to look like early 90's 3D animation and you will cringe.