About Royer Font
This font is a synthesis, as much as possible in the limited letter set of a font, of the chunky style of the comic book title lettering of Mike Royer who inked and lettered for Jack Kirby during the Bronze Age of Comics (1970s). It is not unicode. It is designed to use in an imaging program (raster or vector graphics). Resize, distort, and overlap each letter as desired to create titles. Multiple versions of each capital letter are included for mixing and matching to achieve unique results. Two versions are loaded for the keyboard, capitals and small letters. The remaining forms are accessible from the "Glyphs" (or comparable) panel. From there the entire font can be perused and the desirable letter-glyph inserted. Minimal kerning: not suitable for inline typing.