IronManic

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I..AM..IRONMAN!
Info: Created on 30th April 2008 . Last edited on 12th June 2009.
License All Rights Reserved. No download available.
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Ha ha! Unbelievable! :)
Another great cinemaniac font in your amazing collection!
BTW: Great timing!
Comment by Em42 2nd May 2008
I am surprised about the skillful result ...
Comment by jsiebert@fontshop.de 5th May 2008
My first association was Beck's (I hate beer, though :-)
Comment by nitrada 7th June 2008
A very interesting and unique font!
Comment by tomthumb 9th June 2008
This one makes me want to write the words "Pickup Truck" in a sentence r-e-a-l bad. It looks like the diamondplate pattern you see on construction toolboxes, metal boxes, etc. This baby should be plenty useful over time.
Comment by MT_Guy 27th June 2008
Excellent! Perfect for a "Made In USA" theme. Nicely done
Comment by Edmundo_3 29th June 2008
This font is so well made. Probably took like a few months to make. 10/10
Comment by subway24 30th June 2008
Bummer. I would LOVE to use this here at work, where I design products for High School athletes. This is one of a very few truly modern, truly "athletic looking" fonts. Excellent work!! But...

*pout!*

;)
Comment by Flyhead 1st July 2008
Hey great job,,,,but how can I use it on MSN?
Comment by Macktone 30th July 2008
I can't believe it's taken me months to respond to any of the gracious comments here. pathetic. I simultaneously apologize and thank each and every one of you. The new numbers and punctuation have been added just for you guys. Accompanied with the new improvements to the Truetype renderer, I think it is well worth another download.

-Em42: This is where it all started with releasing cinema related fonts simultaneously with a movie release. It's been an easy way for me to make deadlines.

-jsiebert: I'm honored to hear from the FontShop home base.

-subway24: If i can remember, this took less than a week of spare time from concept to completion.

-Flyhead: Thanks for honoring the license agreement, but how would the font be used?

-Macktone: How would you use it on MSN?
Comment by geneus1 8th August 2008
I should have made an IronManic 2.0 for the new movie. I had this image lying around instead.
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Comment by geneus1 8th May 2010
Great font and great effect. Even without the text effect it could be mistaken for metal plates with rivets. But the shiny brushed metal finish made it perfect. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 8th May 2010
Gracias
Comment by JaimeCEY 21st December 2010
Great Work!
Comment by therealjwalker 7th July 2011
Very Cool!
Comment by sanmartinpescador 8th July 2011
Thank You for sharing this wonderful font.
Comment by iamjohnvincent 27th July 2012

I needdd

Comment by karolinelima90 23rd March 2018

Such a nice font! Do you even sell it?

Comment by nalbuquerque 11th May 2018

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