25 Free Comic Fonts to Use Instead of Comic Sans

by in Toolkits on 15th Feb 2013 · Comments

Oh, Comic Sans, the font we all love to hate. When used for its intended purpose – comics - it's actually not all that bad. However, there are plenty of comic fonts available that are much more stylish and less taboo than Comic Sans. Whether you are designing a web page, ad materials, a web comic, or an actual comic book, and want your font to have a Comic Sans vibe, don’t give in!

Resist the urge to use Comic Sans and choose one of these cool comic fonts instead.

25 Free Comic Fonts to Use Instead of Comic Sans

Free Comic Fonts

Shark Party
(Download)
Shark Party

Comic Book
(Download)
Comic Book

Badaboom
(Download)
Badaboom

Cartoonist Hand
(Download)
Cartoonist Hand

SF Comic Script
(Download)
SF Comic Script

Wurper Regular
(Download)
Wurper Regular

Komika Display
(Download)
Komika Display

Gosmick Sans
(Download)
Gosmick Sans

Sunday Comics
(Download)
Sunday Comics

Go Boom!
(Download)
Go Boom!

SF Toontime
(Download)
SF Toontime

Chinacat
(Download)
Chinacat

Edson Comics
(Download)
Edson Comics

Anime Ace BB
(Download)
Anime Ace BB

Short Stack
(Download)
Short Stack

Fennario
(Download)
Fennario

ACME Secret Agent
(Download)
ACME Secret Agent

Action Man
(Download)
Action Man Download

IndieStar BB
(Download)
IndieStar BB

Digital Strip
(Download)
Digital Strip

Cecily
(Download)
Cecily

Komika Title
(Download)
Komika Title

Comic Note Smooth
(Download)
Comic Note Smooth

Keelhauled BB
(Download)
Keelhauled BB

Comical Smash
(Download)
Comical Smash

Conclusion

This selection of comic fonts merely grazes the surface of all of the comic fonts available. Why settle for Comic Sans when you can have something with so much more character?

For even more comic fonts (free and paid) check out Blambot’s comic font gallery.

Jenna Markowski is a blogger over at the Quality Logo Products marketing blog. She loves writing about all things graphic design, music, and pop culture. When she's not writing you can find her listening to '90s music, reading Deadpool comics, or watching "The Big Bang Theory." Jenna also has the ability to quote any line from “Mean Girls” at the drop of a hat.