The Jezebel design was extrapolated from two early 70s film ideas called Hampshire and Harper's Bazaar. Both were uncredited, somewhat badly drawn, almost impossible to typeset satisfactorily, and very limited in character set. It was necessary to go back to the drawing book to explore a better balance and easier setting potential. The subsequent character set expansion took Jezebel to a much superior level of functionality, with the addition of multiple alternates and swashes to fit a perfectionist's eye.
Jezebel is available in all popular font formats for all common platforms, and supports a Western, Eastern and Central European Latin languages, as well as Baltic, Celtic/Welsh, Esperanto, Maltese and Turkish. The OpenType version, Jezebel Pro, combines the extra large character set (over 650 characters) with many handy OpenType features, including discretionary ligatures and tons of alternates and swashes distributed over the stylistic, swash, and titling features.
Two bonus fonts are included with Jezebel. The first one is Canada Type's digitization of Harper's Bazaar's basic set and alternates. The second one consists of over 35 wordmarks, ranging from Hello and Cheers to multiple language representations of Yes and Thank You.