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Comic Code Font

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Comic CodeDesigner: Toshi Omagari
Publisher: Tabular Type Foundry
Comic Code was designed by Toshi Omagari and published by Tabular Type Foundry. Comic Code contains 30 styles and family package options. The font is currently #43 in Best Sellers. p>PHTMLComic 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.PCHTMLPCHTMLPHTMLPCHTMLPHTMLNOTE: Ligatures are off by default (available as OpenType dlig feature), and you may want Comic Code Ligatures instead.PHTMLPCHTML

Font Family:
· Comic Code Demo Regular
· Comic Code Demo Italic
· Comic Code Thin
· Comic Code Thin Italic
· Comic Code Ultra Light
· Comic Code Ultra Light Italic
· Comic Code Light
· Comic Code Light Italic
· Comic Code Regular
· Comic Code Italic
· Comic Code Medium
· Comic Code Medium Italic
· Comic Code Semibold
· Comic Code Semibold Italic
· Comic Code Bold
· Comic Code Bold Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Thin
· Comic Code Ligatures Thin Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Ultra Light
· Comic Code Ligatures Ultra Light Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Light
· Comic Code Ligatures Light Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Regular
· Comic Code Ligatures Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Medium
· Comic Code Ligatures Medium Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Semibold
· Comic Code Ligatures Semibold Italic
· Comic Code Ligatures Bold
· Comic Code Ligatures Bold Italic

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