ITC Honda is used with its alternates for f, r, t, s. Most of these are superior to the default forms. Not only does the tailed t make for more cohesive word images. The alternate f and s also blend in better than the default forms which are crammed and top-heavy, respectively. They’re not without flaws, though: f is still big-headed and only works when not followed by another ascending glyph. And s is not wide enough at the top, just like c and e are too narrow at the bottom. They cause gaps, as one can see in the author’s name. For an example how to make Honda work – by letting problematic pairs overlap – see The Nightwalker.
The typography furthermore presents a peculiar variation of title case: Those words that are typically capitalized are here set in all caps.