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In 1992, Richard Starkings began Comicraft as a company which provides graphic design and lettering services to comic book companies. Some of Comicraft's clients include Active Images, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics, Mad Magazine, Marvel Comics, Scholastic, and Todd McFarlane Productions (Spawn). Comicraft frequently letters comic book for Tim Sale, often using his trademark font, which also happens to be the font used to letter the chapter titles and numbers and other onscreen print.
- Comicraft is self-dubbed "Purveyors of Unique Design and Fine Lettering".
- Comicraft is widely recognized for pioneering the use of computers in the art of lettering. Fittingly, Comicraft has lettered every online graphic novel produced by NBC.
- Comicraft was brought on to do Heroes work because John Roshell of Comicraft knows two producers: Jeph Loeb is a professional client, and Jesse Alexander is a personal friend. In fact, Jeph and Jesse argued over whose "guy" would be better for the job, until they realized that they were talking about the same guy.
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