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Hero Outline truetype font

This is the page of Hero font. You can download it for free and without registration here. This entry was published on Saturday, November 12th 2011, at 05:13 AM and was placed in the Outline catalog. Version of the Hero is 1.0 Thu Dec 02 19:19:56 1993. This page was viewed 421 times. File was downloaded 205 times.

Hero Outline free truetype font
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  • Name: Hero
  • Version: 1.0 Thu Dec 02 19:19:56 1993
  • Type: Outline
  • Category: H
  • Added: 2011-11-12
  • Views: 421
  • Downloads: 205

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Comments:

Bashar 2013-06-29 03:34 pm
*Now* I see it. When I first read this one, your font-changes hadn't kicked in yet. I like Marmelad! It's a sans-serif that reads like it has seirfs.What do they call those hybrids, anyway, Joel? I fergit... I also remember when there were generally two choices, maybe: "10-pitch" Pica or "12-pitch" Elite, on your typewriter. If you *simply had to have* something different or bigger, you either sent the job out to a typesetter, futzed with press-on letters or resorted to cutting headlines out of a magazine, a la ransom notes! Of course, that was even before "personal computers"! Showing my age just a bit, eh?(For you non-type-geeks: Serifs are (still) the little tags or flags at the end of the lines that form a character - what makes a lower-case letter "l" (L) different from an upper-case "I" different from a numeral "1")
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