Comics may have been a good companion for many people in their childhood. Except for the illustration and storyline in the comic books that attracted us, fonts used in the comic books also make characters and stories more attractive, emotional. Comic fonts are funny fonts usually related to a comic book or children. They often appear in the creation of a comic book including titles, logos, and the text. Probably the only comic font most people know well is the Comic Sans MS that is available on Windows computer. But there are more comics fonts to know in addition to Comic Sans MS.
Comic fonts look fun, yet they are not limited to that: they are funny but not that fancy, they are eligible yet creative, they invoke unlimited energy, vigorous imagination besides humor. Therefore comic fonts by no means should be confined to comic books. So why limit comic fonts only to Comic Sans MS and comic books? And perhaps have a try and using comic fonts for your greeting cards, headlines, posters, invitations and website logos? Classic Comic designed by Patrick Griffin is a typical font family of comic style. Classic Comic supports all popular formats and letters in most Central, Eastern, and Western European languages as well as Baltic, Maltese, Turkish, etc.
To download free comic fonts, you can take a look at our collection of comic fonts. If you are looking for professional comic fonts with good kerning, alternates, broad character support, have a look at comic fonts at MyFonts.com. If you don’t want the hassle of downloading and installing fonts, but just want to use comic fonts fonts online, you should check our text generator tool below.
Create text images with comic fonts
You can use the following tool to generate text images based on your selection of colors, text effects and sizes using comic fonts in seconds. You can then save the image, or use the EMBED button to get image links. If you want to modify the image further such as rotating, bending or blurring, you can use our image tools.