Garfield starts his tour of type and its history with Gutenberg and then meanders forward.
The Daily Pic: Gutenberg replaced writing with print, but his clients were all about writing in books.
It is now the national printing works: hence the statue of Gutenberg in the midst.
Gutenberg's letters of lead are about to supersede Orpheus's letters of stone.
So I believe,” agreed Gutenberg, “and I intend to print it in the best style possible to my art.
“But there is a better way,” said Gutenberg, still studying the playing-card.
Gutenberg consented, and the next day the woman sent the money for the “St. Christopher.”
Gutenberg returned home with the money, and showed it delightedly to his wife.
Gutenberg, persisting in his voluntary exile and in his disdain, lived on the secret remittances of his mother.
Then Gutenberg thought he would like to print the entire Bible.