Working link and verified with CataArchive. The font in the logo is indeed Cublox, as previously suggested.
It's called Happy New Year by Julia Dreams. Unfortunately she no longer appears to sell it as a stand-alone font.
You could attempt to contact her for it.
Édité le 16/10/2021 à 17:36 par wizhma5ter
If it is an actual Japanese font, it's the first time I've seen it.
My best bet is that it's simply a stylized logo for the Japanese market.
Back again. Just had time to check, and although I did have the one that was suggested, it's a mere recreation of the original type.
The font I'm looking for was indeed used for the title of "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina".
However it's being passed around, since several characters of it were also used for the title of "Bloody Hell".
Again, I know I have the original font used in both of those cases, but the name of it still evades me. Any additional help will be much appreciated.
Édité 2 fois. Dernière édition le 13/10/2021 à 16:39 par wizhma5ter
I couldn't find an exact match for the "Ã", but chances are they may have modified it for originality.
It's called "Stahls' Varsity Medium", but it's an exclusive font owned by Stahl' Inc and not (legally) available to the public.
Police identifiée : Stahls' Varsity
Édité le 13/10/2021 à 06:44 par frd
The "I" doesn't match, mind you. It appears to be a seperate font, but hard to identify.
Édité 2 fois. Dernière édition le 13/10/2021 à 03:45 par wizhma5ter
Does anyone recognize this one? I'm certain I have it somewhere among my "unsorted" dump-rectory, but I can't for the life of me remember the name.
Thanks in advance.
Either Series A or Series B.
Not sure if this is an actual font.
Judging by the mutilated "B", the awkwardness of the "S", and the combination of both serif and sans-serif... it's more or less a Frankenstein's creature of characters.
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