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Comic Code

Comic Code

by Tabular Type Foundry
Individual Styles from $0.00
Complete family of 30 fonts: $136.80
Comic Code Font Family was designed by Toshi Omagari and published by Tabular Type Foundry. Comic Code contains 29 styles and family package options.

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About Comic Code Font Family

Comic Code is a monospaced adaptation of the most infamous yet most popular casual font. Designed specifically for programming, which is a corner of typography that involves intensive typing that feels more akin to handwriting than typesetting, this typeface took inspirations from friendly characteristics and low-resolution legibility of Comic Sans. It is an unapologetic admittance of Comic Sans's positives, and a literal manifestation of "code like nobody's watching". Comic Code only takes inspiration from Comic Sans and was drawn entirely from scratch, in case you are wondering. NOTE: Ligatures are off by default (available as OpenType dlig feature), and you may want Comic Code Ligatures instead.

Designers: Toshi Omagari

Publisher: Tabular Type Foundry

Foundry: Tabular Type Foundry

Design Owner: Tabular Type Foundry

MyFonts debut: Jul 24, 2019

Comic Code

About Tabular Type Foundry

We are a totally tabular foundry. Our founder, Toshi Omagari, is a full-time typeface designer by day. Moreover, he was raised in the Japanese culture whose writing system is monospaced. He is also a massive retro video game fan and has done extensive research on retro arcade game fonts, most of which are monospaced. Nowadays there are foundries with specific focus on certain styles like handwriting and script. One day, he said to himself ‘can a monospace type foundry also be a thing?’, and we came to existence. We strive to make monospace typefaces with unique voice and high quality standards. I’m joking, it’s just one person.