About this font family
Captain Comic is very loosely based on lettering from 1967 to the early 1970s found in the very first Star Trek comic series ever published, the Gold Key one. By very loosely we mean most letter shapes were changed, rounded and tweaked for a more contemporary comic text look. The original lettering was uncredited, as was the entire series artwork for a whole decade, though research shows that four Italian artists were mainly responsible for it: Nevio Zeccara, Alberto Giolitti, Giovanni Ticci and Giorgio Cambiotti.
Captain Comic comes in two weights with corresponding italics, all of which include extended language support covering Central, Eastern and Western European languages, as well as Baltic, Esperanto, Maltese, Turkish, Celtic/Welsh, Greek and Cyrillic. More…
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