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Welcome to Iconian Fonts


This site's main feature is fonts created by me, Dan Zadorozny. Choose from the menus to the left and to the right and enjoy your stay. Fonts are for the PC and are free for noncommercial uses, but if you like the fonts or use them, please e-mail me and let me know. For commercial use of a font, please refer to my Commercial Use page to see how you can help me keep this site up and going.

Thanks,
Dan


Italic Goodness!

April 29, 2016.

This week's new font release is "Chicago Express." An all-American font inspired by early print typefaces from around the turn of the 20th Century, Chicago Express is a bold charcter set with letters matching the old woodcut designs. The font family includes a total of twenty-seven (27) versions for all kinds of weights and effects and each verison has an extended Latin character set. Also, the capital letters are larger than the lower case to allow for an approximation of capitalization.

Chicago Express
Chicago Express
This week's updated font is Version 2.0 of "Avenger." An all-purpose sci-fi font, Avenger has been fairly popular eventhough - or perhaps because - its design is pretty basic. Version 2.0 cleans the font up, alters some letters, increses legibility and includes kerning pairs. Avenger includes twenty-three (23) different variations, each with a recasted extended Latin character set. Plus, many of the lower case letters have alternate forms from the upper case for mixing and matching.

Avenger
Avenger


Italic Goodness!

April 22, 2016.

The new font for this week is "Spartaco." An italicized sci-fi font (though there is a "straight" version in the ZIP file), Spactaco may be tall and narrow but it's also heavily bolded. Also, all of the upper-case letters have a single, up-turned serif in the upper right corner of each glyph. The font family includes a total of fourteen (14) versions for various different looks and each verison comes with an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro.

Spartaco
Spartaco
This week's updated font is Version 3.0 of "U.S.A." While never one of my more popular fonts, I always liked it's style with the super-wide letters. Version 3.0 re-casts the font to add kerning and to improve curves, spacing, letter proportionsa and other tweaks. I also removed a lot of the "alternate" letterforms in the lower-case because they just didn't look good to me anymore. With a number of new versions, U.S.A. now comes with nineteen (19) different variations.

U.S.A.
U.S.A.


LED Heads Up!

April 14, 2016.

This week's new font is "Pocket Ball." Pocket Ball is an LED styled display font composed entirely of little circles. Be warned, the number of objects in each glyph makes this a very large file, especially the outline versions. Pocket Ball also looks best at medium and larger point sizes, but using it at smaller point sizes still creates a nice little "mesh" effect. The family includes seven versions for different looks and effects. And each verison comes with an extended Latin character set.

Pocket Ball
Pocket Ball
The updated font this week is Version 2.0 of "Interceptor." Interceptor has been a fairly popular font of mine for some time now, so I decided to update it and add kerning. When I started though, it became clear any updated version was going to need a lot more work. Version 2.0 improves the quality of the lines and curves, modifies the spacing between letters and words and now includes kerning pairs. There's also a lot of new versions bringing the total to twenty-seven (27)!!!

Interceptor
Interceptor


Thin is In!

April 7, 2016.

The new font for the week "Banshee Pilot." Banshee Pilot is a thin, high-tech sci-fi font that's sleek, slick and sick. Ultra-futuristic with clean lines and curves, even the bold versions are relativley thin! Banshee Pilot includes a whopping twenty-seven (27) versions for different looks and effects. Plus each verison comes with an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, many of the letters have alternate forms between the upper and lower cases.

Banshee Pilot
Banshee Pilot
This week's updated font is Version 2.0 of "Factor." Factor is another of my oldest fonts, maybe one of the first ten I made in the late 90's. And it was never, never, ever updated. Horrific to look at in the font editor, Version 2.0 vastly improves the quality, cleans up all the edges, includes better uniformity and now sports an extended Latin character set. Plus the font family now includes kerning. There's also a number of new versions for a total of fifteen (15).

Factor
Factor


Spring Cleaning!

March 26, 2016. It's the first week of Spring so I'm sweeping out the old font garage and releasing three older fonts I've never got around to releasing.

The first "new/old" font is "98 Bottles of Beer" and was made back in 2014. An all-purpose cartooning and comic book dialogue font, 98 Bottles of Beer has a bit of the "blotchy" look that you'd get when using a felt tip marker and changing directions of the stroke. 98 Bottles of Bear comes with fifteen (15) versions for different weights and effects, and each comes with an extended Latin character set. Where's the 99th beer? I'll never tell!

98 Bottles of Beer
98 Bottles of Beer
Coming straight out of outer-space, "Holo-Jacket" is the second font and dates back to 2015. With cut-aways and sharp points, Holo-Jacket is a straight up sci-fi font and is designed for legibility at smaller point sizes as a text font. The family includes thirteen (13) variations, each with an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, many of the upper and lower case letters have alternate letterforms for mixing and matching.

Holo-Jacket
Holo-Jacket
And finally, the third font is "Major Force" dating back to 2013! Major Force is an action-oriented font with a futuristic feel. Somewhat tall and narrow, the font still has a decent weight to it for general title and display purposes. The font family includes a total of twenty-five (25) versions with several of the Leftalic versions as shown below (and each with an extended Latin character set). Also, the capital letters are larger than the lower case to allow for an approximation of capitalization.

Major Force
Major Force


I'll Be Back... Again!

March 17, 2016.

This week's new font is "Cyberdyne." It seems a number of people online think the title logo for the "Terminator: Genisys" movie was a modified version of my Spy Agency font. I don't know if that's the case or not but I thought I'd try my hand at transforming Spy Agency into a font that looks like the logo. The result is Cyberdyne, a futuristic sci-fi font where most of the capital letter have an extra stroke at the top-left like the "T" does in the movie poster. Cyberdyne includes nineteen (19) versions each comes with an extended Latin character set.

Cyberdyne
Cyberdyne
This week's updated font is Version 3.0 of "Terra Firma." Tera Firma was my first ever publicly released font some 18 years ago, and now the font has come full circle. So many of the lines and strokes were disproportionate and the extended character set... well, it sucked. Version 3.0 gives the font a cleaner, smoother and more proportionate look and greatly enhances the extended character set. In addition, the spacing has been improved and each version now includes kerning. There's also a number of new versions for a total of nineteen (19).

Terra Firma
Terra Firma


Two'fer Tuesday!

March 8, 2016. This two fonts go tall and narrow!

The first new font is "Battleworld." A bit of a retro sci-fi font, Battleworld looks like it just popped out of an old fashioned vector arcade game. With tall, narrow characters and sharp angles, this techno font sports a true upper-case capital letter set and lower-case letters. Plus the font family comes with plenty of variations, twenty-one (21) in all, for various weights, widths and effects (my favorites being the italic ones). Each version comes complete with an extended Latin character set.

Battleworld
Battleworld
The second new release is "Y-Files." A font based on the logo of the original X-Files television series that launched the franchise, Y-Files's thin and narrow characters allow it to be used in even the narrowest of spaces. Y-Files comes with ... wait for it... twenty-nine (29) variations! Check out the "Title" versions for extra-wide spacing between the letters (shown in the black & white graphic below). Each version has an extended Latin character set with accents and the Euro.

Y-Files

Y-Files


Super-Extra-Heavy Bold!

March 3, 2016.

This week's new font is "Illumino." Illumino is an extra-heavy all-caps title/display font that's really bold. I mean its really really bold. Did I mention it's pretty bold? Using this font will give whatever project you're working on real weight - literally! The Illumino family includes twenty-two (22) versions for different wieghts and effects and each version comes with an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. Be careful not to fall into this font's gravity well!

Illumino

Illumino
This week's updated font is Version 2.0 of "Red Rocket." Based off of my Battlefield font, Red Rocket is a derivative modified to look like the modern Green Lantern logo. Version 2.0 reworks the character set for better quality and consistency and adds kerning (which was much needed). Version 2.0 also reduces the size of the upper case letters to look better as a whole when used with the lower case ones. There's also a number of new versions for a total of twenty-three (23).

Red Rocket
Red Rocket


In honor of Episode VII

February 23, 2016.

This week's new font is "Dameron." My favorite character in the new Star Wars movie is probably Poe Dameron - sort of the new Han Solo for this trilogy. This new font that bares his name is true sci-fi coolness. Wide and not as bold as a lot of my other tech fonts, Dameron is clean and legible at any point size though designed primarily for title purposes. The family includes 25 versions for all kinds of effects, each with an extended Latin character set.

Dameron
Dameron
The updated font this week is Version 2.0 of "War Machine." Another one of my earliest fonts, War Machine has never been updated before. Because of that, Version 2.0 completely overhauls the font from head to toe resulting in a better quality font. War Machine now includes full punctuation and an extended Latin character set, adds kerning pairs and comes with a number of new versions bringing the total number of fonts in the family to eleven (11).

War Machine
War Machine


From Knowledge, Sea Power.

February 11, 2016.

The new font this week is "Annapolis." Named in honor of the U.S. Navy and its academy, Annapolis is a semi-rounded and bold sci-fi/futuristic typeface. Annapolis was designed as an all-caps font with a lot of alternate letter forms between the cases. But then I also designed a full lower case letterset and made a number of variations with a true lower case. The result is a whopping thirty-six (36) different versions in the family. Plus each version has an extended Latin character set.

Annapolis
Annapolis
The updated font this week is Version 2.0 of "7th Service." One of my older and more popular sci-fi fonts, it's hard to believe I've never updated this font before, not even to include a fuller character set. Fully re-casted, Version 2.0 of 7th Service now includes full punctuation and an extended Latin character set, greatly improves the overall quality of the letters and adds kerning. And with a lot of new variations there is now a total of twenty-five (25) versions in the font family.

7th Service
7th Service


The Power of the Written Word

February 3, 2016.

This week's new font is "Quill Sword." Quill Sword is an all-purpose calligraphy font that is elegant in its simplicity. Not overly ornate, Quill Sword is very legible at smaller point sizes as well as larger point sizes. The font family includes a true upper and lower case alphabet with a full Latin character set and kerning pairs. In addition, the font family includes eighteen (18) different versions for different widths and weights (I especially like the bold versions).

Quill Sword
Quill Sword
This week's updated font is Version 3.0 of "Searider Falcon." Searider Falcon is a funky looking far-distant sci-fi font named after Admiral Adama's favorite ficitional book in "Battlestar Galactica." Version 3.0 vastly improves the spacing of the characters, fixes a number of errors, modifies several letters for better looks, and now includes kerning. Plus there's a bunch of new variations for all kinds of different looks, bringing the total to twenty-seven (27) versions.

Searider Falcon
Searider Falcon


I think I'm tunring Japanese, I really think so!

January 26, 2016.

This week's new font is "Tokyo Drifter." Tokyo Drifter is a sci-fi techie font styled as a faux Japanese katakana alphabet. Ultra modern looking, Tokyo Drifter is sleek and slick and great for any anime, manga or other Japanese influenced project. The font family includes twenty-one (21) different versions, plus each version has an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, a number of the upper and lower case letters have alternate letterforms.

Tokyo Drifter
Shablagoo
This week's updated font is Version 3.0 of "Planet N." Planet N is the companion font to Planet X modeled after the old Neoplanet web browser logo without the "dots." Version 3.0 cleans up the quality of the overall font with cleaner lines and curves, a vastly improved extended character set and kerning. Like Planet X, the font family has a number of new versions for a total of sixteen (16). Version 3.0 replaces both the Planet N and Planet NS fonts. The former Planet NS fonts have been renamed Planet N Compact.

Planet N
Planet N


The First Two'fer Tuesday of 2016!

January 19, 2016. This week's sci-fi fonts go retro!

"1968 Odyssey" is a new twist on an old style. 1968 Odyssey is a "new" old computer-styled typeface from the gone by days of early electronics and what people thought the future of type would look like. So I gave it a name from a gone by movie that looked into the future - 2001: A Space Odyssey, only I changed 2001 to the year the movie was released, 1968. The font family includes thirteen (13) different versions and each version has an extended Latin character set.

1968 Odyssey
1968 Odyssey
The second new release is "Flash Rogers," a pulp-fiction styled font that looks like it leapt from the pages of titles such as Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers! Flash Rogers has an air of dashing daring-do and invokes the sense of adventure. The font family includes a vast array of versions totalling twenty-five (25), plus each has an extended Latin character set with accents and the Euro. Also, the capital letters are larger than the lower case to allow for an approximation of capitalized letters.

Flash Rogers

Flash Rogers


And 2016 is off to the races!

January 9, 2016. The first "Something New, Something Old" of 2016!

This week's new font is "Shablagoo." Shablagoo is a fun-filled cartoon font that's bouncy and pops. The font family includes nineteen (19) different versions for different looks and effects, plus each version has an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, the capital letters are larger than the lower case to allow for an approximation of capitalized letters. Extra points for anyone who knows where the name of this font came from!

Shablagoo
Shablagoo
This week's updated font is Version 3.0 of "Planet X." Made years ago and modeled after the old Neoplanet web browser logo, Version 3.0 cleans up the quality of the overall font. Cleaner lines and curves, a vastly improved extended character set and kerning are among the improvements made to Planet X. The font family has a number of new versions for a total of sixteen (16). Version 3.0 replaces both the Planet X and Planet S fonts. The "S" stood for "Space" and in this release the former Planet S fonts have been renamed Planet X Compact.

Planet X
Planet X


And 2016 is off to the races!

January 1, 2016. Happy New Year everyone! To usher in the New Year here's one new font and one updated font.

The first is the new font, "Beam Weapon." Beam Weapon is a very slick and classic looking all-purpose science fiction font. Super futuristic looking, the font is perfect for all kinds of title and display purposes. The font family includes sixteen (16) different versions, plus each version has an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, a number of the letters have alternate letterforms between the upper and lower cases.

Beam Weapon
Beam Weapon
Second is the updated font, Version 3.0 of "Tracer." A very old sci-fi font of mine, Version 3.0 of Tracer is very close to the original typeface in design, only greatly cleaned-up and ocrrected with better curves and consistency theoughout the character set. Tracer has a number of new versions for a total of eighteen (18), each with kerning and extended Latin character sets. Also, several of the characters have alternate letterforms between the upper and lower cases.

Tracer
Tracer


One more Two'fer Tuesday before the New Year!

December 22, 2015. Two more sci-fi fonts!

The first new font is "Redline." Redline is a futuristic font with a true upper and lower case letter set. With a classic sci-fi look and feel, Redline is perfect for any techno oriented projects that require an amount of true text, as opposed to "all-capital" titles. The Redline family includes eleven (11) different versions for differening widths and slants, and each version has an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro.

Redline
Redline
The second new font is "Warp Thruster," a font I made a few years back and never got around to releasing. Warp Thruster is a bold and squared sci-fi stencil font that invokes the feel of future miliaries. The font's characters themselves project a sense of heavy power. Warp Thruster includes a staggering twenty-five (25) different versions, each with an extended Latin character set. Also, several of the characters have alternate letterforms between the upper and lower cases.

Warp Thruster

Warp Thruster


Two'fer Tuesday Returns!!

December 15, 2015. Not one but TWO new font releases!

The first new font is "Boomstick." Wide, bold and distinctive, Boomstick is a different-looking techno font. Many of the letters have a missing "piece" or two to really add to the futurisitic look and feel. The font family includes nineteen (19) different versions for different widths and effects, and each version has an extended Latin character set. In addition, many of the characters have alternate letterforms between the upper and lower cases to mix and match to your liking.

Boomstick

Boomstick
The second new font is "Falcon Punch." A fun and "softer" sci-fi font, Falcon Punch is an italicized typeface with lots of curves and smooth, tappered lines. The font family includes ten (10) different versions (with just one "straight" version), each with an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. And as with the other new font, many of the characters have alternate letterforms between the upper and lower cases to mix and match.

Falcon Punch
Falcon Punch


Up on the Rooftop Click Click Click!

December 9, 2015 - "Holly Jingle" is one of the rare Christmas themed fonts I've ever made. Holly Jingle is the name my kids chose for our Elf on the Shelf a number of years ago and she's back for this year's Christmas! Holly Jingle the font is a cursive, outline calligraphy font with a very fun and festive feel to it. The font has true upper and lower case letters, kerning and a full Latin character set (including accents and the Euro). Along with the solid versions of the font, the family includes eightteen (18) different versions.

Holly Jingle

Holly Jingle


The Season to be Jolly is Upon Us!

December 2, 2015.

This week's new font release is "Michigan." Besides Pennsylvania and Texas, the only other State I've called home is Michigan, so I thought I'd name a font for this state of exceptional beauty. Michigan is a wide typeface and the combination of its bold vertical lines with its super-thin horizontal lines gives it a sleek look and feel with some weight, especially when italicized. The font family includes a whoppin' twenty-eight (28) different versions and each has an extended character set.

Michigan

Michigan
This week's updated font is Version 2.0 of "Antilles." The font that was erroneously named "Anitlles" for so long due to a typing error on my part, Antilles was always a nice title font with narrower letters. Version 2.0 give the font a much needed face-lift by redesinging several of the letters to be more proportional to the others, improving spacing, adding kerning and re-casting the extended character set. And with a lot of new versions the font now comes with twenty-nine (29) variations.

Antilles
Antilles


Look, up in the sky! It's not one but TWO superhero fonts!

November 18, 2015.

This week's new font release is "Liberty Legion." Liberty Legion is a great super-hero and comic book title font, though it can also be used for any advenutre or action-oriented project! Several of the letters have alternate forms between the upper and lower cases and the font includes an extended character set. Liberty Legion includes a total of twenty-three (23) different versions - I think the font looks best italicized but also comes with a number of "regular" versions.

Liberty Legion

Liberty Legion
This week's updated font is Version 2.0 of "Justice." Another font designed for super-hero and comic book title purposes, I always liked the basic look of Justice but its quality was awful - I mean horrific! Version 2.0 rebuilds the font for better quality and redsigns a lot of the letters to better match the intended style/look of the typeface. The extended character set has been filled out, kerning's been added and the font now comes with twenty-two (22) different versions.

Justice
Justice


Two Times The Tech!

November 10, 2015.

This week's new font release is "Cyborg Rooster." Lately I've been watching a lot of the older "Robot Chicken" episodes, nightly in fact. So I guess it was just a matter of time until I made a parody font! Cyborg Rooster is styled after the word "Robot" from the logo of the show! The result is a clean looking, almost comic book'ish sci-fi font! Cyborg Rooster includes a total of nineteen (19) different versions with different effects and each version includes an extended Latin character set.

Cyborg Rooster

Cyborg Rooster
This week's updated font is Version 3.0 of "Radio Space." Going back again to my earliest days of making fonts, version 3.0 of Radio Space starts from scratch and rebuilds the entire typeface from top to bottom. Greatly improved characters, better quality and additional versions bring this unique science fiction font into the 21st Century! Version 3.0 also recasts the extended Latin character set and there is now a total of twelve (12) different versions.

Radio Space
Radio Space


Forward Unto The Future!

November 3, 2015 - Now that the Halloween Fontfest has ended, here's a new techno/futuristic typeface for your viewing pleasure - "Cobalt Alien." Cobalt Alien is a sci-fi font with true upper and lower case letters and while the two cases work great together they each have their own unique flair. The font comes complete with full punctuation and an extended Latin character set, including accents and the Euro. Plus the font family includes fifteen (15) different versions.

Cobalt Alien

Cobalt Alien


Last font of the 5th Annual Blocktober Halloween Fontfest!

October 24, 2015 - This year's Blocktober Halloween Fontfest was once again a lot of fun for me, and hopefully one or two of the fonts caught your eye. To bring the Fontfest to a close, here's "Horroroid." Horroroid a tribute font to the electronic Dubstep band Destroid! Scratchy and jagged, Horroroid looks like the carvings of a demon into once living flesh. The family includes eighteen (18) versions - be sure to check out the Light and Bold versions! Each version also has an extended Latin character set with accents and the Euro. Enjoy Halloween everyone!

Horroroid

Horroroid


The Halloween Fontfest starts to draw to a close.

October 20, 2015 - But not quite yet! Here's another two Halloween fonts for your viewing pleasure.

The first font is a werewolf themed font - "Wolf Brothers!" Bristiling like the hackles on the back of a wolfman's neck, Wolf Brother's is a gruff and coarse typeface that's just plain nasty! The family has an incredible twenty-three (23) versions of the font for all kinds of different effects (like the "Staggered Rotalic" version in the color graphic shown below). And each version comes with an extended Latin character that includes accents and the Euro.

Wolf Brothers
Wolf Brothers
The second font is "Westdelphia." Lonely and melancholy, Westdelphia is a gothic styled font that instills a sense of impending gloom and doom. As far as gothic fonts go, Westdelphia is blotched and dark and inky - beware all those who enter! The font includes upper and lower case letters and the comes with fourteen (14) different versions, each with an extended Latin character set. There may be another font squeezed in here so you might want to check back!

 
Westdelphia

Westdelphia


The Halloween Fontfest continues!

October 17, 2015 - Two more new Halloween fonts as the Blocktober Halloween Fontfest marches on!

The first font invokes goosebumps at first sight! "Creepy Crawlers" is an all-around monster themed font with classic horror traits. Tall and narrow, Creepy Crawlers is squiggly and jagged and just plain icky. The family includes (15) different variations and each has an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, the capital letters are larger than the lower case to allow for an approximation of capitalized letters.

Creepy Crawlers
Creepy Crawlers
The second Halloween font really sucks... literally! "Count Suckula" is a vampire themed font with extra sharp points as if made from the fangs of Dracula himself. Great for any bloody mess you're working on! The font family comes with a total of seventeen (17) versions with variations for different effects and tilts. Each version also contains an extended Latin character set with accents and the Euro. And there's still more Halloween fonts to come!

 
Count Suckula

Count Suckula


The Blocktober Halloween Fontfest Continues!

October 15, 2015 - Two more brand new Halloween fonts as the Blocktober Halloween Fontfest continues!

Today's first font is a Frankenstein'ish styled font, ""Mindless Brute." Uneven and unrefined, Mindless Brute looks as though it was created by a blunt object. The font family has fifteen (15) variations for various looks and effects and each version also includes an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, the upper case letters are scaled larger than the lower case ones in order to give the approximation of captial letters.

Mindless Brute
Mindless Brute
Next is "Mystery Mobile." Based loosely on the old "Scooby Doo" TV series logo, Mystery Mobile is a font for the lighter, more fun side of Halloween. Bouncy and cartoonish, Mystery Mobile still retains a basic "creepy" look and feel. Since its not overly ornate, its a good font for smaller sized titling. The font family includes eleven (11) different versions each with an extended Latin character set with accents and the Euro. More to come this week, so keep checking back!

 
Mystery Mobile

Mystery Mobile


Blocktober Halloween Fontfest!

October 13, 2015 - It's Tuesday the 13th! So let's kick off the fifth annual Blocktober Halloween Fontfest! with two new Halloween fonts!

First up is an all-around, all-purpose horror typeface perfect all your Halloween print needs - "Dread Ringer!" Notched and splintered, Dread Ringer is a bold and black font that looks great for your haunted house signage! The font family has an appropriate-enough thirteen (13) variations for various weights and effects. In addition, each version also includes an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro.

Dread Ringer
Dread Ringer
The second font is "Gotharctica." Gotharctica is a narrow and barbed gothic-style typeface. As if built from the cold iron spikes of a medieval castle's fence, Gotharctica has a sickly evil look and feel to it. The font family includes, yet again, thirteen (13) versions for different weights and widths. And as usual, each version contains an extended Latin character set with accents and the Euro. We're just getting started with this year's Fontfest, so keep checking back!

 
Gotharctica

Gotharcitca
And remember, you can still find all of the Halloween fonts from last year's Fontfest at the bottom of this page!


All Hallow's Eve 2015 is fast approaching!

October 10, 2015 - Here's a preview of things to come next week for Iconian Fonts' 5th annual Blocktober Halloween Fontfest! Over the next 10 days or so I'll be releasing a number of Halloween fonts and to get in the "spirit" here's the first one - Assassin Nation! Scribbled and tortured by the hand of a madman, Assassin Nation is downright evil looking. The font family comes with six (6) versions and each version also includes an extended Latin character set (including accents and the Euro). Be sure to check back often next week!

Assassin Nation

Assassin Nation


Font of the Future Troopers!

October 4, 2015.

The new font release for the week is "Super Commando." Super Commando is a clean-looking, sleek sci-fi font that I personally prefer italicized. There are a number of alternate characters between the upper and lower cases to give the designer the ability use which forms he or she prefers. Super Commando also comes with nineteen (19) different versions for different looks and effects. Plus each version includes an extended Latin character set.

 Super Commando

Super Commando
There's no updated font this week. In fact, there won't be for several weeks as I get ready for Iconian Fonts' upcoming 5th Annual October Halloween Fontfest! Get ready for the coming change in theme!


Two Times The Tech!

September 27, 2015.

This week's new font release is "Trans-America." Trans-America is another variation of the sci-fi/futuristic style that I so love to make. Square and bold with extra strokes and missing strokes, Trans-America immediately invokes the sense of science fiction action! And there are a ton of variaions in the ZIP file for all kinds of options - a total of twenty-three (23) different versions for different weights and effects! Each version includes an extended Latin character set.

Trans-America

Trans-America
This week's updated font is Version 2.0 of "Jumptroops." It's funny how often fonts I think will be very popular aren't and vice versa. Jumptroops is one of those. With very distinctive letterforms to set it apart from the myriad of other sci-fi fonts, Jumptroops never caught on but was always a font I had a personal soft spot for. So I updated it pretty much for myself! Version 2.0 recast's the font and adds an extended Latin character set. There's also a total of thirteen (13) different versions.

Jumptroops
Jumptroops


New Horizons and Old!

September 18, 2015.

This week's new font is "New Mars," a cool sci-fi font from the future! Familiar in some ways, new in others, New Mars is made distinctive with strokes of different lengths and alternate letterforms in the upper and lower cases. Write the same thing twice alternating between the upper and lower cases and get two different looking results but with a nice consistency between them - so mix and match! The font includes twenty (20) variations, each with an extended character set.

New Mars
New Mars
Version 2.0 of "Guardian" is the re-released font for the week. A straight-forward and bold sci-fi font, I always liked this font but it's overall quality wasn't all that good. So Version 2.0 is a "do-over" for the Guardian font with better consistency, letter proportions, spacing, lines, etc. The font family now has kerning and a recreated extended character set. In addition, their are a lot of new versions for a total of twenty-two (22) to give you a lot of weights and effects.

Guardian
Guardian


Highway to the Danger Zone!

September 11, 2015.

Intoducing "Danger Flight," this week's new font release. Danger Flight is actually a font that was made about two years ago but that I never got around to releasing. A general display/title font, Danger Flight is a tall and narrow font with strokes that are bold enough to give it some real "weight." The font family includes thirteen (13) different variations with each version containing an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. Danger Flight also includes kerning pairs.

Danger Flight

Danger Flight
This week's re-released font is Version 3.0 of "Escape Artist." Inspired by, and named after, the cover of Journey's "Escape" album (yes, I'm more than old enough to remember "albums"), Escape Artist uses numbers in place of letters; but only where the letter can still remain largely legible. Version 3.0 is a truly cleaned-up and improved version that also contains kerning. And now there's a whopping twenty-one (21) different versions of the font.

Escape Artist
Escape Artist


Back to School!

September 2, 2015.

A brand new month, a brand new font! Intoducing "Centaurus." Centaurus is an italicized display/title font with all-caps. Kinda sorta a cross-scifi-fantasy sans serif typpeface, Centaurus has a nice softness to it with its rounded curves and thin horizontal strokes. The font family includes nine (9) different variations, including a "straight" (non-italicized) version. Each version has an extended Latin character set and the font includes kerning pairs.

Centaurus

Centaurus
Version 2.0 of "DS man" is the updated font for the week. Named after the future police from "Logan's Run" (Deep Sleep men), DS man is a unique techno font with both upper and lower cases. Version 2.0 completely overhauls every single character from the font's first version some 15 years ago, including an extended Latin character set for the first time. Version 2.0 also brings kerning pairs and thirteen (13) different variations of the font.

DS man
DS man


Corvette Summer!

August 22, 2015.

This week's new font continues the automobile theme. "Grand Sport" is a full typeset based on the classic logo of the beloved Chevrolet Corvette. Better for landscape oriented projects based on its width, Grand Sport is swift and clean. There are a lot of different letterfroms between the upper and lower cases to mix and match to your prefenerne. The family includes nineteen (19) different variations, each with an extended Latin character set and kerning.

Grand Sport

Grand Sport
This updated font is Version 3.0 of "uni-sol," short for "Universal Soldier" in the movie of the same name. uni-sol is an older techno font of mine that at the time I liked but since then have thought the proportions were off. Version 3.0 recreate the font with sleeker proportions and also now has a full set of kerning pairs added. Along with other improvements, Version 3.0 includes an improved extended character set. With some new variations, uni-sol now contains twelve (12) versions.

uni-sol
uni-sol


The Dog Days of Summer!

August 14, 2015.

The new font release this week is "Grand National." Inspired by the classic Chrevolet logo, Grand National changes up some of the letterforms and adds a true lower-case letterset for lots of flexibility in using it for title and design purposes. Modern and clean, the font's lower case has a bit of a sci-fi feel. The family includes thirteen (13) different variations, each with an extended Latin character set. And yes, I know the Grand National was a Bucik, not a Chevy, but I just liked the name!

Grand National

Grand National
This week's updated font is Version 4.0 of "Legion." Another of my older fonts, Legion has been updated several times before but Version 4.0 recreates the typeface from scratch. Legion now has better spacing and better consistency between the characters, plus several of the letters have been redesigned. Version 4.0 includes kerning pairs and an improved extended character set. With a number of additional variations, Legion now contains a whopping twenty-five (25) versions.

Legion
Legion


Make Way for the Railway!

August 6, 2015.

This week's new font release is a Western thermed font, "Western Rail." A bold and blockish old-west font, Western Rail's distinctiveness are the blocks both above and under the actual letters. While the space character does not have these blocks, if you want your text to look continuous simply use the "^" or "_" keys. Western Rail comes with five (5) versions and each version also includes an extended Latin character set (including accents and the Euro).

Western Rail
Western Rail
The updated font family for this week is Version 3.0 of "Lord of the Sith." A very early sci-fi font of mine, Version 3.0 is another complete recreation of the entire character set. Version 3.0 has better quality, kerning pairs and an improved extended character set. In addition, Lord of the Sith now comes with a total of sixteen (16) different versions. And no, despite the name, this is not a Star Wars related or themed font - when I first created it, I just liked the name!

Lord of the Sith
Lord of the Sith


Feel the Need for Speed!

July 28, 2015.

The new font release for this week is "Paladins." Simple and straight-forward in design, Paladins' trailing serifs to the left of each character is very effective in creating the sense of forward motion and speed - great for any project that you want to scream "FAST!" Paladins is an italicized font family, but one of the eleven (11) versions of the font is a "straight" non-italicized version. Each version also includes an extended Latin character set (including accents and the Euro).

Paladins
Paladins
This week's updated font is a minor update to the "Concielian" family that I updated several months back. Version 3.0 of Concielian modified the capital "R" and after going back and forth in my head I decided to revert the Capital "R" back to its original design. Version 3.1 includes what I think is the better looking "R" in all of the variations in each of the three subfamilies.

Concielian Concielian Break Concielian Jet


God Bless America!

July 21, 2015.

This week's new font is "Antietam." While named in honor of all of the Americans who perished in this battle during the Civil War, it is definatley not an "old time" typeface. Antietam is an ultra-wide and curvy futuristic font great for sci-fi titles. The family includes twenty-one (21) variations with a large number of horizontally scaled versions. Each version includes an extended Latin character set and many of the letters have alternate forms between the upper and lower cases.

Antietam

Antietam
The updated font for this week is Version 3.0 of "Philadelphia." A retro-futuristic font, I named it Philadelphia about 15 years ago after the city I was born and raised in and still love to this day. Version 3.0 of Philadelphia regenerates the typeface from top to bottom and has vastly better quality than version 2.0, including a revamped extended character set. There's also complete kerning pairs in Version 3,0 and new versions for a total of thirteen (13) in the font family.

Philadelphia
Philadelphia


Joint Techno Team!

July 8, 2015.

The new font released this week is "Eurofighter." Eurofighter is a futurusitic spin-off of the Euro Caps style. Solid and all kinds of sci-fi-ish, Eurofighter looks great in any space-age project or theme. The font family includes twenty-one (21) different versions and variations for a number of different effects, each with an extended Latin character set that includes accents and the Euro. In addition, a number of the letters have alternate forms between the upper and lower cases.

Eurofighter

Eurofighter
The updated font for this week is Version 3.0 of "Galant." Another one of my oldest fonts, Galant is a thick, somewhat squat sci-fi font with a nice bold and futuristic look and feel. Version 3.0 recreates the entire character set from scratch and also has improved proportions and spacing. Version 3.0 also brings kerning pairs to the font and a greatly improved/expanded extended character set. Finally, Version 3.0 now contains sixteen (16) versions in the font family.

Galant
Galant


Latin and Faux Cyrillic!

June 23, 2015.

The new release for this week is "Montroc." Montroc is an all-purpose title capitals font similar in look to Bank Gothic but with more of a futuristic feel. Designed to look cool for the sci-fi purpose of starship hull markings that I so love, Montroc can be useful for any number of themes. The family includes twenty-one (21) versions for a lot of flexibility, each with an extended Latin character set. In addition, several of the letters have alternate forms between the upper and lower cases.

Montroc
Montroc
This week's updated font family is version 2.0 of "Nyet." One of my faux Cyrillic typefaces, Nyet is heavy, bold and blockish to resemble Cold War era Soviet style propaganda posters. Version 2.0 recreates the font from scratch and has improved proportions, spacing and letterforms. In addition, kerning pairs have been added to the character set and Version 2.0 now includes a vastly expanded number of variations bringing the total to twenty (20) versions.

Nyet
Nyet


Techno Times Two!

June 30, 2015.

This week's new font release is "Eridanus." Named after the constellation, Eridanus is a sci-fi space font that's bold and wide to give it a heavy look while at the same time looking sleek. If you have the space needed to use this font, it's perfect for an ultra-modern look (there are also two extra-consended version). The font includes twenty (2o) versions, each with an extended Latin character set, and a number of the letters have alternate forms between the upper and lower cases.

Eridanus
Eridnaus
The updated font this week is version 3.0 of "Aetherfox." Inspired by an online name used by one of my brothers waaaaaaayyyy back in the day, Aetherfox is a stand-out sci-fi font with a unique character set. Version 3.0 recasts the entire font with smoother, cleaner edges for better quality and a number of redesigned letters. Kerning has been added and the extended character set has been basically created from scratch. Version 3 expands the number of variations to eleven (11) versions.

Aetherfox
Aetherfox


Sky Marshal and the Strategic Defense Font!

June 16, 2015.

The new font release for this week is a bleeding-edge sci-fi font. "Sky Marshal" is an extremly sleek futuristic font that looks best using the italicized versions. With ergonomically pleasing curves, thin horizontal strokes and small cut-away sections, Sky Marshal nicely brings elegance and science fiction together. The font family includes thirteen (13) versions, each with an extended Latin character set. Also, many of the letters have an alternate form between the upper and lower cases.

Sky Marshal

Sky Marshal

This week's updated font is version 2.0 of what I've always felt was a somewhat underrated font, "SDF." SDF stands for "Strategic Defense Font" to reflect a design that's perfect for the military organizations of the future. Version 2.0 re-tools the entire font with better quality contours and vast improvements to the extended character set. Version 2 also adds kerning to the font family. On top of that, the family has been extended to include an unbelievable twenty-six (26) versions!

SDF - Strategic Defense Font
SDF - Strategic Defense Font


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