Last Updated on July 19, 2021
Comic books are more than just a pop culture icon. Long before television sets or YouTube, they were one of the most portable and entertaining storytelling platforms out there. A good plot, engaging characters, and stunning visuals all created some of the most unforgettable titles we still pay tribute to today.
There’s more to comic books than super heroes. Aside from Superman and the X-Men, there’s Miller’s Sin City, Spiegelman’s Maus, and Lemire’s Essex County. Each of them has a unique flare that could only be told in this format.
Love the look of these visual novels? Then get your hands on these amazing comic book fonts.
Comic Book Fonts
Misfit is a decorative display typeface heavily influenced by the 1990s punk scene. The font is perfect for posters, headlines, album covers, apparel, logos, and much more. This all caps font includes punctuation and numerals. You can mix up small and low caps to get unique combinations. Enjoy!
Bangbang is the most ridiculously serious comic book font! With both a fun, laid-back style and bold alternates and ligatures, you’re covered in all Extended Latin, Cyrillic & Greek script requirements.
3. Graham Cracker
Graham Cracker is a fun, child-like, comic book font that can’t help but fill you with happiness! The font was inspired by an old 1960s movie poster and contains over 175 interlocking ligatures that add a hand-lettered feel.
Locobeans is a Mexican font duo that takes a new look at a comic book font. Far from boring as we basically took a classic sans style, threw it on a fun bus, and drove it around until it announced it was cool enough to be available!
5. More Sugar
More Sugar is a mixture of creative and simple in a comic book font. There are 2 styles in this font pack, with extra swashes and characters, too.
Pineapple is a unique and funny style comic book font with 6 styles: regular and grunge, bold inline and bold inline grunge, bold and bold grunge.
7. Govia Sans Medium
Simple yet playful, this display sans by Marc Lohner is all about subtle quirkiness. Whether you go big on headlines or stick to body copy, this font is guaranteed to keep up with your style.
8. Thunder Pants Typeface
Add attitude to your works in this offering from Ramey Type Foundry. Featuring uppercase letters with lightning bolt motifs, it’s perfect for visual novels, headlines, product labels, posters, and more!
9. Milkman Family
This plain but perky sans serif family by Haäfe & Haph comes in 3 delightful weights (Light, Regular, and Bold) that you can use on children’s books, posters, custom art, cartoons, and even printed merchandise.
10. Junkdog Typeface
Tugcu Design Co. proudly presents this strong, blocky font that’s great for titles or quotes. Its irregular lines also make it ideal for comic books or any cartoon-inspired projects.
This typeface is so versatile, you can apply it on anything: from fun visual novels to spooky artworks. This is all thanks to its 3 distinct styles (Regular, Halftone, and Rough) that give them unique character.
A non-connected casual script from Mika Melvas, this font has soft corners and readable letters that make it a good choice from body copy to large headlines.
Make kid’s dreams come true when you use this jolly typeface by Olexstudio. Bold, quirky, and flexible, it’s best used on titles, logos, shirts, labels, posters, or branding projects that require a child-like twist.
Design the best comic book or visual novel using this bold typeface by Comicraft Fonts. With 3 styles (Regular, Inline, and Outline) to choose from, this is one display font you won’t want to do without.
Make some noise with the right typeface. For those times when it’s your design that needs to do the talking, this block-type font with 6 unique looks is all you need.