A font which evokes a feeling of roving warbands. It looks a bit Wild West, too! It started as one of those blackletter designs with diamond-shaped terminals, but then I experimented on it and now we have this.
A font which looks like sunbursts, fires, explosions, and more depending on its presentation. Seems like a design that would be used when its ability to get noticed is more important than its legibility...
As a kid I designed lots of silly "monster fonts" like this. I don't have any of the drawings anymore, but I remember creating this sort of design a lot when I was around 11 years old.
There was also a superhero called "Spiker" associated with this font. I never drew or depicted Spiker - I only imagined that he wore a red suit of armor built from cuboid plates and covered in metal spikes. He fought some sort of metallic Xenomorph creature, and that's all I remember about Spiker.
A font which looks like a sea urchin, the eminent anemone enemy.
Here at Marengi Omnisystems, we like to put a twist on the ordinary. Consider the plus sign. Normal plus signs have four termini. But, after dozens of minutes of modification, the plus sign can be transformed into myriad other shapes, all of which are even pointier than the original. Don't Worry, No Frankenplusses Here! These are actually organic, free-range, grass-fed plus signs that we chopped up and glued together. Don't you wish all stories could end so happily?
5x5 sunburst design. I think it can be made more legible, but I'm not sure if it can be done without sacrificing style...