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You know, there are, and have been many, many good comic fonts out there. Blambot sells them gives many others away for free. This is where actual comic book creators go for fonts.

Anytime I see someone insisting on using Comic Sans, I gently inform them that Comic Sans isn't even a good comic font, and point them to Blambot, where they can get better ones.

http://blambot.com




Really cool, thanks for sharing. Now I must think of where can I use those fonts :) (not in the company website, surely :P )


I tend to use comic or handwriting fonts for annotated screenshots when explaining visual or UI/UX things to people. It makes the distinction between the screenshot and my annotations sharper.

There, now you have an excuse.


Nice tip, thanks.




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