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August 6, 2008 2:09 PM   Subscribe

Hey, FontFilter! It's FONT-SPOTTIN' TIME!

A friend is wondering if I could identify the title and dialogue fonts on this comic page. "Of course!" I said. "I am a gentleman and a scholar!" Now he thinks I'm the bees knees, but of course I have no idea what these fonts actually are. And if I don't impress him mightily, he'll never ask me to the Homecoming Dance! What are these fonts? And should I DTMFA?
posted by Shepherd to Media & Arts (13 answers total)
 
Have you tried identifont? Or WhatTheFont?
posted by chiababe at 2:16 PM on August 6, 2008 [1 favorite]


Yes!
posted by Shepherd at 2:58 PM on August 6, 2008


you need to try the whatthefont forum.
posted by violetk at 3:03 PM on August 6, 2008


Looks like an italicized or otherwise tweaked Serpentine in the title font.
posted by porn in the woods at 3:10 PM on August 6, 2008


Dialogue looks like Blambot Pro Lite.
posted by Uncle Glendinning at 3:16 PM on August 6, 2008


Here's Blambot's site.
posted by Uncle Glendinning at 3:17 PM on August 6, 2008


I agree, titles look like Serpentine Bold Oblique to me.
posted by Uncle Glendinning at 3:24 PM on August 6, 2008


Yep, the title font is definitely Serpentine Italic or Serpentine Bold Italic (it's hard to tell the weight of the font).

I was going to say the balloon font was one of the Graphite fonts, but now that I look at it, Graphite is similar but not quite (the lower-case f and lower-case g look slightly different). So I'm not totally sure what the balloon font is...
posted by kentk at 3:40 PM on August 6, 2008


Dang—I missed the Blambot reference when I previewed. Sure looks like it, instead of Graphite!
posted by kentk at 3:42 PM on August 6, 2008


Offhand, do you know what comic that is? It looks worth reading :-)
posted by lockle at 5:03 PM on August 6, 2008


I'd like to see the conclusion to this as well.
posted by virga at 7:06 PM on August 6, 2008


I don't know for sure, but the new Atom comic from DC features a physicist and has a guy named Teddy in it, so it's probably that.
posted by Shepherd at 1:40 PM on August 7, 2008


Following up again: apparently it's ZERO G from Image/Top Cow.
posted by Shepherd at 3:05 AM on August 11, 2008


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