From Nate Piekos in 2003 at Blambot, Badaboom is a great font to depict some action! BOOM! You know what i mean? Blambot make some of the best typeface for comic books and for fans of comic books and they are worth checking out! If you are making some batman like blams, Badaboom is great! Also superb for extreme eye catching headlines! Download Badaboom TTF!
Lilly, from well known free font designer Apostrophic Labs @ Typoasis .. Lilly is an easy on the eyes typeface, somewhere between a fun hand drawn (but not comic sans!) and an easy to read sans serif maybe. “This font was named after Eli Lilly, the founder of the company (also called Eli Lilly) that now makes Prozac. This is the same guy who back in 1923 was behind the release of the first commercial samples of Insulin in the United States. Eli Lilly has now been dead for a while, but the pharmaceutical company still thrives on by merchandising happiness through chemistry.” Download Lilly TTF font.
Pusab is a fun one to kick off the weekend with, from Ryoichi Tsunekawa at Flat-It foundry in Japan. (Ryoichi also brought us the very nice sans serif Bebas that we posted a few months back). Need something fun, bubbley, bouncey, overstuffed and funky? Pick Pusab – a great font to use for cool bubbley headlines. Ryoichi wants you to smile. Uppercase, Lowercase (which looks just like a scaled down uppercase), lots of punctuations and accented characters, sure to lighten your design. Download Pusab OTF.
Clayton Cowan, of Canada based Modern and Contemporary Home Plan maker OrangeModern, has drafted this fine shareware typeface for your enjoyment – Flux Architect. This popular architectural font is intended for use in technical drawings and design presentations, the package contains regular, bold, italic and bold-italic versions. Download Flux Architect TTFs.