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This table serves to list and describe the fonts used in the Homestar Runner body of work and display an in-context sample of each. It does not document every use of each font; for a list of all fonts used in each Flash file, see Fonts By Toon.

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# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


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4Mini Used rarely. Most notably used for most of the text in Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque. Don't ever mess with the takeout delivery guy.
8-bit Limit (BRK) Used for the text found within the graphics of Thy Dungeonman 3. If thou lived here, thou would be home by now

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a Papa Used to identify the costumes in Happy Hallow-day. "I got instant spray-on Halloween Night!"
Aarco- Jagged font used several times throughout the site. Especially used in monster truck. SUNDAY! SUNDAY! SOMEDAY!
Abadi MT Condensed Used for the list of songs available on Strong Bad Sings. Featuring hundreds of your favorite Strong Bad hits!
Abadi MT Condensed Extra Bold Used for a variety of purposes, including the text on Strong Bad's Reesy Cup milkshake in dangeresque 3. ...and a Reesy Cup milkshake.
Abadi MT Condensed Light Used for the certificate title "Certificate of Rigamoralarity" in bedtime story. Let it be known from the valleys to the hills. Or maybe the dells.
Academy Engraved LET Used for a variety of purposes; found as the engraving of "Mr. Shmallow" in Malloween Commercial. ...I'm Mr. Shmallow.
ActionIs Most notably used for the intro credits of The Best Decemberween Ever, and on the packaging of Hairstyle Runner. Written and animated by
Adobe Garamond Pro Used for the tarot cards in Jibblies 2. "That means you should seriously stop hogging all the hot chicks."
Adobe Garamond Pro Bold Used for the text "Meteorologist Paxto West" in the postcard Easter egg in shapeshifter. Paxto West
Æ Systematic TT (BRK)
*Linked font: Æ Systematic TT BRK
Used for the text of Thy Dungeonman 3. Get Ye Flask!
AhnbergHand Used for Strong Bad's handwriting. Some European characters are manually replaced with American versions using Flash "shapes"; apostrophes are similarly added since apostrophes are not part of the font. Sooo good!
Alba Used for the text on Pom Pom's bicycles ("X-HEAD" in bike thief, "BIG CHEESE" in from work). Bush. Bush. Leaves. Branch. Um... Berries.
Alba Matter Used for a variety of purposes. Notably, it was used for the text "Drops Next Sursdai!" in the Peacey P Easter egg of Teen Girl Squad Issue 13. Y'all biscuitheads!
Alba Super Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably used for the "4 wheels" label on the Wagon Fulla Pancakes and the labeling on SeeDees. "Liftin' weights and feelin' all right."
Algerian Used for The Homestar Runner's "speech" on Main Page 10. Old Timey Fun Timey!
Alpha Beta BRK Used for the text "squished bad" in Strongest Man in the World. Ohh.... These grapes are succulently crushing my windpipe....
Andy
*Linked font: HW Andy
Used for the sb_snailmail.exe label on Strong Bad's mailbox. Also notably used for most of the text in the FAQ and for Bubs's handwriting. "I got a snailmail in my pocket... and I think it's starting to melt."
ArcadeClassic Rarely used since The Brothers Chaps seem to favor the more complete Joystix font. Used in Sundae Drivin' as seen in redesign. "Watch out for the wet walnuts!"
Architect Used in Marzipan's "Plan for Strong Bad" in looking old. "Oh, this'll work great, Marzipan. If I was a BACK YARD!!!"
Arial Used extensively throughout the site. Its use with the most visibility is on the NavBar. downloads, store, etc.
Arial Baltic Used on the green screen preceding the movie Pony Fights 2 in Commandos in the Classroom. Also notably used for the Strong Mad Rd. sign. "Man, I can't wait to see some serious pony carnage!"
Arial Black Used extensively throughout the site. Most notably, it is used on the BMW Lighter and for the word "STOP" on the Stop Sign. "Trogdor strikes again!"
Arial CE Used for the text "11 am - 3 pm" on a the lunch special flyer Easter egg in no loafing. Bubs' Thirty Cent Lunch Special
Arial CYR Used for some of the text during the SBASAF slideshow in space program. "Looks like he could use a grilled cheese sandwich."
Arial Greek Used for the Lappy's severed "little toe" in cliffhangers. "Oh, sweet lady irony! Why do you mock me?"
Arial Narrow Used for the words "HOME" and "VISITOR" on the gymnasium scoreboard. HOME                              VISITOR
Arial Rounded MT Bold Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the 20X6 series of trading cards seen in trading cards. "CHEATBALL POISON RAIN VORNADO!!!"
Arno Pro Light Display Used for the subtitle "verses from the weird shrub and alarming recipes for brunswick stew" of the book "the Homeless Romatic" seen in an Easter egg in love poems. Ah, the Homeless Romantic.  A classic.
Arno Pro Smbd Subhead Used for the text "PONK!" on Bubs's bottle in hremail3184. PONK!
Ashbury Used for the text "Hot Fries" on the bag Coach Z is holding in the alternate version of your friends. "Hey, thanks for the chippies, Strong Bad!"
Atomic Clock Radio Used on the Club Technochocolate flyer in nightlife, on the album art for Hooked on Decemberween, and on the names of the character variations in Xeriouxly Forxe. "Club Technochocolate is about as kinda hip as it gets!"
Aurora BdCn BT Used for the text "Hot Fries" and "99¢" on the bag Coach Z is holding in your friends. "Hey, thanks for the chippies, Strong Bad!"
AvantGarde Bk BT Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the "Under Old Management!!" sign on Bubs' Concession Stand in Cool Things. "You got your receipt?"
AvantGarde Md BT Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the "Monkey D's Summer Tips" paper in keep cool. "You know what that means!"

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Baby Kruffy An exaggerated font used for a variety of purposes. Noticeably used for the text "The Haggler" in garage sale. "I'll give ya two thin dimes for this pantyhose doll."
BadaBoom BB Used for certain portions of Strong Badman comics. It's Damp Towel Man!!
Balloon Bd BT Used for the Colden Ones label in Where My Hat Is At? (toon). "There my hat is at! Right between the milk and the Colden Ones."
Baskerville Old Face Used for the text "Important Legal Documents" in the Litigation Jackson Easter egg of rampage. Legal Rampage
Batang Used for the words "Chocolate Breakfast Candy Bar" on the box of Chocolate Breakfast Candy Bar Pops! cereal. Part of this new, tritious breakfast
Baveuse Used for the text "Smax!!" on the box of Fruit Smax!! cereal. Fruit Smax!
Bauhaus 93 Used extensively throughout the site. Notably used for Homsar's name on his standard blue shirt. "Insurance!"
Bauhaus-Thin Used for a variety of purposes. Consistently used for the buttons on most main pages as well as the Boardelectrix logo. Over 900 small plastic pieces!
Bell Gothic Std Black Used for the title of The Periodic Table of Candy Elements in candy product. Science!
Benguiat Bk BT Used for the text on the Sound F/X CD in space program. (not sounds from that movie F/X)
Berlin Sans FB Used for the text "Thinnest Can Around!!" on Bull Honkey in road trip. "That's my favorite caffeinergy sauce!"
Berlin Sans FB Demi Used infrequently. Noticeably used for the text on the jagged word balloons during the Peacey P Easter egg in Teen Girl Squad Issue 13. "I'm a guest star on my own album, ya'll biscuitheads!"
Bernard MT Condensed Used infrequently. Has been used for office door labels, like Strong Bad's name on the door at the beginning of The Interview. Total Journalist
Betty Noir Used rarely. It is used for the intro, title, and ending screen of DNA Evidence. "And that's why I believe the DNA evidence had been tampered with."
Bickham Script Pro Regular Used during the "R&B Break" in Rap Song. "Here comes Tenerence Love..."
Bickham Script Pro Semibold Used for the text "from:" on the "from: Grandma" tag on the scarf in shapeshifter. "Oh. It's you again, scarf from Grandma! Never mind."
Bickley Script Used rarely. Was used for the words "The Great" on the postcard for The Great Mound in vacation. "I got two words for ya: false advertising."
Biondi Used for the word "DRY" on the Cold Ones Dry bottle cap in buried, though it was modified to appear worn. "I'm not touchin' that thing! It's booby-trapped!"
billieBarred Used for the words "Loading" and "Back" in Pistols for Pandas. LOADING
blacc_.ttf Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the entire new version of the The King of Town DVD. "My sheep are missing! My sheep are missing!"
Blackadder ITC Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used on old-looking documents, like the maps in Sick Day and yes, wrestling as well as the United States Constitution in dreamail and the potion recipe in Halloween Potion-ma-jig. He's the il Cartographer!
Blackletter686 BT Used rarely. Notably used for the words "Over There" on one of Strong Bad's post cards in vacation. Where everything is tan and brown.
Blackoak Std Used for the words "King of Town" on the bag of charcoal in pizza joint. "Doo doo doot doot doo..."
Bloody Used for a variety of purposes. Is most significantly used for the Strong Badia lettering on the Stop Sign, but is also used quite a lot for Halloween toons. "The Strong Badia Sign!"
Book Antiqua Used for the sign of Tammany Hall as well as the text "Boss Tweed gives The Sneak what-for!" in Ballad of The Sneak. Who's the Dapper Swindler out of Tammany Hall?
Bookman Old Style Used for a variety of purposes. Consistently used for the title of The Local Newspapes. "Eggs tree, eggs tree!"
Boopee Used as Marzipan's handwriting in A Decemberween Mackerel. It's so great!
Braggadocio Used rarely. Notably used for the word "Super" in the Super Mud Easter egg of date. "Marzipan's gotta face fulla super mud and I'm feelin' fine."
Britannic Bold Infrequently used. Was used for the text "Earn your 'stache today!!" in the On Point Kings brochure in more armies. Boy, do the On Point Kings have a brochure for you!
Broadway Infrequently used. Was used on the "Strong Bad Rewards Score Card" in privileges. "All right! Now let's see what new privaleges await you!"
Brush Script MT Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the caption of the horse picture in no loafing. "And this wood-burny thing's got some kinda old adage on it. About goats."
Brush Script Std Used for the word "Powders" in hygiene. "By fifth grade the damage is already done."
BrushScrD Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the cover of the Limozeen album in bottom 10. "Na, na, la la laaaaa! Hey, hey! Doo-doot doo!"

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Californian FB Used for Strong Bad's nameplate in the CGNU Prinicpal's Office. "Do you want to be more awesome? Sure! We all do."
Calisto MT Used for most of the text in the various children's books throughout the site. The Martinis have gone straight to their heads.
Cataneo BT Rarely used. Notably used for the text "by Leomard Sportsinterviews" in the children's books That Time of Year and Everyone Is Different. Everyone is different. No two people are not on fire.
Century Gothic Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the sloshy logo and most of the text in Limozeen vs. Sloshy. "All right, we're done here."
Century Schoolbook Used for the serial numbers on the dollar bill in An Important Rap Song. Found on the dolla.
ChalkDust Similar to EraserDust but with small caps instead of lowercase letters. Used primarily on chalkboards, as in A Jorb Well Done. "We have got to do something about that."
Chang and Eng Used infrequently. Notably used for the title of the Chinese Food Toons Menu. Can I Take Your Order, Please?
Cherry Coke A font designed to look like the former logo of Cherry Coke. Used for the buttons at the end of A Mother's Day Message. "HAPPY FREAKIN' MOTHER'S DAY!!!"
Cherub Used for the question marks on the menu of In Search of the Yello Dello when selecting a deleted scene. Deleted Scenes, anyone?
Chicago Used as the font for The Cheat's computers. "Quit rubbin' that plastic bar of soap on your desk!"
Chick Used for the title of Scarfgirl magazine and in the logo of sbemail deodorant. fashion AND environment stuff
Chiller Frequently used for Halloween-themed toons and games. "Ohhh, people with too much time on their hands..."
Coaster Used for the words "This guy!" on the desk in Hremails. This guy!
Colonna MT Used for the engraving on the Pizza Trophy in Trudgemank. "Pizza Trophy for The Cheat"
Comic Sans MS Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used in the bar graph in from work. "Twenty percent pantsuit..."
ComixHeavy Used throughout the site for a variety of puposes. Its use with the most visibility is in the news portion of the Main Pages. Also consistently used for the text "Cheap As Free Toys" on the packaging of action figures, and the words in both the Homestar Talker and Coach Z Talker. Also used for the title of Marzipan's Answering Machine versions 1.0 through 8.0 (with the exception of 7.0). Go on and see what's new!
Commodore 64
Commodore 64 Pixelized
Used extensively throughout the site, but best known for being the Compy 386 font. Also notably used in Peasant's Quest, and as the Lappier's font. Commodore 64 Pixelized is only used in April Fools' 2014; its spacing is slightly wider. "And your name is Watered Down!"
Consolas Bold Used for the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 on The Poopsmith's helmet in I Killed Pom Pom. "Ah! Objection! Leading the witness!"
Coolvetica Used to simulate the font Helvetica in more armies, though it is not especially similar to Helvetica despite its name. Boy, do the On Point Kings have a brochure for you!
Cooper Black
Cooper Std Black
Used extensively throughout the site for a large variety of purposes. Notably used for the Thnikkaman's wavy announcement lettering, in the Pistols for Pandas logo, on the Grape-Nuts Robot, and for the logo of Butter-da. Also used consistently for the loading screens of Puppet Stuff as well as other toons of that size. Cooper Std Black is very similar, and rarely used. No one can resist.
Copperplate Gothic Bold Infrequently used. Notably used on the theater booklets in stupid stuff, part-time job, and No Hands On Deck!. "I'm gonna be a famous email checker."
Copperplate Gothic Light Rarely used. Notably used on business cards in other days, senior prom, and buried. "I think it has to do with trees!"
Coquette Regular Used for the word "Load" in I Killed Pom Pom. Load
Courier New
Courier New Baltic
Courier New Greek
Courier New TUR
Courier New is used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used to simulate a typewriter in both secret identity and fan club. Its variants are rarely used and are very similar if not identical. "I'm slowly but surely making the girls of the world cooler for all us dudes."
Crack Babies Rarely used. Notably used for the title of the movie Regenerator 4 in the horror movie Easter egg of disconnected and the title for Most in the Graveyard. Or: Four More Regenerators
Crayon Rarely used. Notably used for Homestar Runner's "résumé" (aka grocery list) in The Interview. "...you'll see that I have quite a bit of experience in many different related fields."
Creepy A drippy font used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Noticeably used for the word "Gravy" on The KOT's Good Gravy in for kids. "I don't lets the Poopsmith near it!"
Croobie Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used on Marzipan's chalkboard in both marzipan and unnatural. "...and I really don't like him at all."
Curlz MT Used on the bag of Crisps, A-Soy! in do over. "Homestar, can you pass the soy crisps?"

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DeepFreeze A font with each character covered in snow. Used for Ice Style Cream and Cold Ones. "Yeah! Yeah! Spoon it up!"
Deng Thick Used for the text "2-E-Z" in car. "Oh cool. What's it going to say? 2-E-Z?"
Denmark Not often used. It is consistently used for the logo of the Corpy NT6, although the word "Corpy" has been modified by splitting the letters. "Oh, man. They got everything blocked now."
DooM Used for the words "Blue Laser" on the box of Blue Laser Blasts! cereal. Blue Lazer Blasts!
Dot-Matrix Used on the scoreboard in the New Version of In Search of the Yello Dello. One day after sports practice...

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Eccentric Std Used for the words "Another Releative of Bubs" in Most in the Graveyard. "Hey, man! Show some respect!"
Edwardian Script ITC Used rarely. Notably used for the captions below the images on Strong Sad's DNA Evidence diagram in DNA Evidence. Yes. The world will never know for sure.
Elephant Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the logo of 'Old Ones as well as the text on the King of Town gravestones in an Easter egg in original. "You and me, we're like two breads in a biscuit."
English111 Vivace BT Used for Strong Sad's handwriting in Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon. Well, I gotta go.
Engravers MT Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used on Strong Bad's gravestone in replacement. Please don't dig up the grave
Enviro Used rarely. Notably used for President Truman's quote on the box of King Castlefunny Pencil Moistener in old comics. "Everybody's gonna need one!"
Eras
Eras Bold ITC
Eras Demi ITC
Three rarely-used fonts similiar in design with varying thicknesses. The most noticeable use is Eras Demi ITC, used for the word "Death" on Strong Sad's painting of a bar of soap in unnatural. Death
EraserDust Similar to ChalkDust but with lowercase letters instead of small caps. Infrequently used for a variety of purposes, and unlike ChalkDust it is not often used on chalkboards. Notably used on cassette tapes in cheatday and time capsule. "I got fresh jams."
Euphorigenic S Used for the word "December" on the calendar in A Death-Defying Decemberween. "The D'Weeve, Yo!"
Eurostile Used for the word "ecochair" in the chair. "Aww, your snowman died!"

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Fat Used for the words "Hollandaise Gift Collection" in what i want. Please Great Aunt Whoever, Don't Get Me This Stuff For Decemberween
FederationBold Used frequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used in the logos of Videlectrix, Viidelectrix, and Kidelectrix; for the numbers on Homestar's clock; and for the word "Styleron" in the chair. "We use computers... to make video games!"
Fh_Scribble Used for the band name she likes cloth in independent. "Oh, and don't forget the indie soundtrack by unknown bands..."
Figaro MT Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Consistently used for the word "Coldson" on Coldson Lite cans. Coldson Lite
Fine Hand Used for the names in the front cover of both That Time of Year and Everyone Is Different. Does the package have a troll in it? Or maybe a troll?
Fontdinerdotcom Only used for a blank space between "Strong Bad" and "Sings" in Strong Bad Sings.  
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Footlight MT Light Used for the "Old People Music" CDs in an Easter egg in anything. Available in Really Slow, Pretty Slow, and Very Slow.
Forte Used frequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the words "Its dot com" on First Time Here?, "Hello, my name is" on name tags, and the words on the Baloney Sammich Truck. "Oh, right. Homestarrunner dot net."
Franklin Gothic Book Used for the labels "TOTAL JOURNALIST" and "Private Eye/ Crooked Cop" on doors in The Interview and dangeresque 3 respectively. "What I found was not pretty. It was slimy and smelly and kinda stung my eyes."
Franklin Gothic Demi Used infrequently. Notably used for Listerine containers and for the product names on Z' ShopChan in what I want. "Coach Z, you oughta be ashamed of yourself."
Franklin Gothic Demi Cond Used rarely. Notably used for the text "12 fl. oz." on cans of Butter-da and Melonade. "They tell me not to, but I still drinks it!"
Franklin Gothic Heavy Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the word "December" and the numbers on the calendar at the beginning of The Best Decemberween Ever, as well as the channel number "3" on the Telebision in both Happy Dethemberween and Sloshybowl. December
Franklin Gothic Medium Used rarely. Notably used for the copyright notices for "Cheap As Free Toys" and "Cheap As Free Foodstuffs" in Cheat Commandos and candy product respectively. "Time to para...troop behind enemy lines!"
Franklin Gothic Medium Cond Used rarely. Notably used for the text on the lower half of the WB-46 cans in Happy Fireworks. Fuh-lamable.
Freestyle Script Used rarely. Notably used for the words "Promblem-Packed Action!" in rough copy. Rough Copy!
French Script MT Used for a variety of puposes. Consistenly used for the words "Quite Fancy" on ketchup bottles and for the word "Lite" on Coldson Lite cans. 'Chup
Freshbot Used for the name of Club Technochocolate and in the logo of Xeriouxly Forxe. Free Country USA's Premier Pwawty Cloughb
Futura Bk Used only behind the black border in Punkin Stencils (since 2007) for the letters "pos". Pick a punkin, any punkin
Futura Lt BT Used for the text on the bottom of the label of the Not So Cold One in property of ones. Not so cold one
Futura Md BT Infrequently used for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the back door of Bubs' Concession Stand in origins, Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon, and Jibblies 2. DOOR
Futura Medium Condensed BT
*Linked font: Futura MdCn BT
Used rarely. Notably used for the credits at the end of the In Search of the Yello Dello Theatrical Trailer. "Ohhh, it's a PREVIEW. Oh, now I get it."
Futura XBlk BT Used rarely. Notably used for the years that fly across the screen in Senorial Day. "Those were all good years."
Futura XBlkIt BT Used on the medallion and for the disclaimer at the end of CGNU. ...probably
Futura-Bold Used rarely. Notably used for The Count To Three song in for kids. "Stave it off, 1-2-3, and now you can count to three."

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Garamond Used for the words "Smell like a Warlord!" on the bottle of Genghis Khan for Women in an Easter egg of lady...ing. "Smell like a Warlord!"
Garamond Premr Pro Smbd Used for the black text on the Rhinestone Jazzler box in Hremail 62. Um...well, maybe it's sort of a stapler :p
Georgia Used rarely. Notably used for the words "The Denzel" in bedtime story. The Cheat's security, um, item.
Gigi Used on the "School of Barbzerdry" flyer in haircut. No cuts, no butts, no coconuts.
GillSans
Gill Sans MT
Two similar fonts. The most notable uses are of Gill Sans MT, namely for for the costume names at the end of The House That Gave Sucky Treats as well as for much of the text on the clapboards in First Time Here? and Fluffy Puff Commercial. "Believe it or not, I'm walkin' around, I never thought I could trick or tre-e-eat..."
Gill Sans Ultra Bold Used rarely. Notably used for the words "FBI Warning" in Marshmallow's Last Stand. Consider yourself warned.
Glitch0 The Lappy 486 font. (especially you, Katie 80)
Glitch1 Used for the word "ENCORE!" at the end of rock opera. "Join me on my single hundred toilet dreams picture."
GlooGun Used rarely. Notably used for "The Git Outcha Seat Sound" in geddup noise. Everybody's favorite style.
Gloucester MT Extra Condensed Used rarely. Notably used for the Fun Size Butterfingers in The House That Gave Sucky Treats. "Tell me this: what's fun about eating less candy?"
GoreFont Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the game title "Blood Bleeder" in slumber party, the logo of the Sog Dog in environment, the words shown to represent the "evil half" of the brain in Commandos in the Classroom, and often in Halloween toons. "Whoa! Jackpot!"
GoSoul Used for the word "Rhinestone" on the Rhinestone Jazzler box in Hremail 62. "Rhinestone Jazzler"
Goudy Old Style Used rarely. Most notably used for the text "THE KOT'S" on a sign in Halloween Fairstival. "Step right up and get your Halloween on!"
Goudy Stout Used infrequently. Notably used for the POTATES sack worn by Sickly Sam and on the gas can in Happy Fireworks, pizza joint, and your edge. "Can you spare any mush for me?"
Gradl Used rarely. Notably used in the title and for the chapter headings of the Book of Party Tricks, Redneck Jokes, and Worldly Records in record book. "Now that sounds like a book worthy of every toilet-side magazine basket."
Green Screen The font of the Happy 8600. Also used for the text "GAMERJoX" and "TH3 3ND" above the GamerJox comic strip in web comics, although the line over the letter "o" was added manually. "...a protected landmark with surprisingly clean restrooms!"
Gringo Nights Used rarely. Notably used for the names of COBRA-PULT!! in what i want, El Gene's Spit in hygiene, and Puke Drops in pet show. A Stupid Game For Dumb Kids
Gungsuh Used rarely. Used in the text "'Dr.' Bubs" on one of Bubs's business cards in Bug In Mouth Disease. "The most quackinest!"
GungsuhChe Used rarely. Notably used on The Cheat's fake ID in cheatday, although the umlaut was added manually. "Happy The Cheat day, Ilko! May you never get the black lung."

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Haettenschweiler Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the text "VCR Repair/ Fashion Consultant" on one of Bubs's business cards in Bug In Mouth Disease, and for the title of the authorless book "Unattractive Detective Stories!!" in modeling. "Dr." Bubs
Hamburger Menu Used for the words "Cool Game" and "Attractive People" in the title of Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People. "...they even had to invent Mode 8 just for this game!"
Harlow Solid Italic Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the "but they're in space!" portion of Limozeen cartoon titles, on Marzipan's Ray-Jo, and for the Chick-O-Stick label in The House That Gave Sucky Treats. "I'm afraid I've got some bad news, boys."
Harrington Used rarely. Notably used for Le Restige in the chair. "Style and class!"
Helvetica Used for the "Messages" text on Mikezipan's Answering Machine in Halloween Safety. "Gentlemen, that is real talk."
High Tower Text Used rarely. Notably used for the text "So Straight to DVD it Hurts" on the "Jungle Animals" DVD case in licensed. So Straight to DVD it Hurts
Highlight LET Used for one letter "p" in the "i got your Lappy" ransom note in cliffhangers. "Oh, sweet lady irony! Why do you mock me?"
Highway Gothic Wide A font used for road signage in the United States. Used for "ROUTE" in the Route 66 sign in Halloween Safety. "Blink. Blonk."
Hobo Std Used for the "Giant Cockroachland" portion of a book title in diorama. A real book that exists.
Horror Used for the text "Secret Eating!!!" in Meet Marshie. Secret Eating
Hurry Up Used rarely. Notably used for the text "Don't Be A Jerky, Fry That Turkey!" in Toikey TV. "Each year thousands of families suffer from not fried turkeys."
Huxtable Used in the They Might Be Giants Easter egg in email thunder. "The thought of all those sbemails makes me weeeeeaaaaaak!"

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Impact Used extensively throughout the site. Most notably used for Bubs' Concession Stand, the No Loafing Sign, and the TeeBee. "What can I get for ya?"
Imprint MT Shadow Used rarely. Notably used for the gravestones on Main Page 7, for the words "Rock, Rock On" in Cheat Commandos, the words "Riggidy Roll!!" in An Important Rap Song, and the words "RRRRRROCK RRRROCK ON!" in The Next Epi-Snowed. "Oh here I come, back from the dead..."
Informal Roman Used for the "lilith fair '99" label on a cassette in personal favorites. "PRANK CALL!!"
InkyBear Used in Strong Bad's Strong Libs. "The other day I was..."
IRONGATE Used rarely. Notably used for the word "Dungeon" in yes, wrestling. "Welcome back to the darkest dankest regions of my dungeon!"
ITC New Baskerville Std Used for the words "Fine Blend Cigarettes" on The Cheat's box of cigarettes in Where's The Cheat?. "I see [The Cheat] has been cheating on his New Year's Resolution."

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Jefferson Used for Strong Sad's handwriting in Doomy Tales of the Macabre. "One chilled Hallow's Eve I rose"
Jenkins v2.0 Used rarely. Notably used for Senor Cardgage's "combolations" sign in flashback. "I hope you get all my... particles."
Jokerman
Jokerman LET
Two very similar fonts, both rarely used. The most noticeable use is Jokerman LET when used for "Chocozuma's Revenge" in bottom 10. "This is all fat-free, right?"
Jokewood Used infrequently, but consistently for awards on books found in Free Country, USA, and for the brand name Fthoom-Bang on bottle rockets. Also noticeably used on banners in impression and origins. Ewww, Claire!! Why???
Joystix Used as one of the primary fonts for games. Are you inquiring about a challenge??
Juice ITC Used in The Homestar Runner Mysfit-steries in highschool. "We should play in a band, just to be safe."
Junior & Stinky Used rarely. Notably used for the Strong Bad Talker. I can beat the crap out of my brother, Strong Sad, the total loser guy. I am a champion.

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Kabel Ult BT Used rarely. Notably used for the names of the flavors of Ice Style Cream. "Want another scoop of casserole flavored?"
Karloff Used rarely. Noticeably used for the words "Shiver With Flavor" in the show. "I'll say it twice!"
Keep on Truckin
*Linked font: Keep on Truckin'FW
Used for the words "Cleans Teeth!" in Donut Unto Others. "The American Dental Association does not approve the preceding statements"
KidTYPEPaint Used rarely. Notably used for the intro credits of both 3 Times Halloween Funjob and Halloween Fairstival. MU-HU-HA-HA
Kino MT Used on the label of "Genghis Khan" in an Easter egg in lady...ing. "Smell like a Warlord!"
Kozuka Gothic Pro EL Used for the loading screen of On Break. LOADING
Kozuka Gothic Pro H Used for the words "Fights Cavities" in Donut Unto Others. "The American Dental Association does not approve the preceding statements"
Kristen ITC Used rarely. Notably used for Strong Bad's diploma from Crazy Go Nuts University in both CGNU and Homestar Quiz as well as for most of the text in If I Ran The Camera. "Do you want to be more awesome? Sure! We all do."
Kunstler Script Used for the words "by Strong Sad" on the cover of the book "Poem Tome" seen in an Easter egg in love poems. "Why isn't he calling me in on the Strong Badphone?"

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La Bamba LET Used for the words "Schenectady" and "mad chunks of real dough!" on boxes of Schenectady Crispies. "I hope I don't get caught!"
Latha Used for the numbers and symbols on the buttons of the Cakkalate. Cakkalate
LcdD Used frequently, primarily for digital readouts. Most notably used on the VCR, Marzipan's Answering Machine, the clock radio, the Cakkalate, and SeeDees. 12:00
LED Real Used for the numbers on the display and the word "BACK" in the old version of Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 1.0. "Please leave me a message, and I'll call you right back."
Leisure Script Notably used for the "For" in the logo of SBCG4AP, as well as some other text on the SBCG4AP section of Telltale's website. Also used for the words "Cramlist" and "back" in A Decemberween Mackerel. "I'll go get my tinsel-wrapped cram rod!"
Linoscript Fancy handwriting font, used for the slogan of The Cheatcakes in stupid stuff. Just ask The Cheat!
Lithograph Used for the Aluminum Foil in halloweener. "I'm a belle!"
Logger Used for the "Buffalo-Style Ranch" sign in pizzaz. "Here comes the Stong Bad!"
Lucida Calligraphy Used rarely. Notably used for Strong Sad's Strong Libs. Once there was a boy...
Lucida Console Used for the "c" and "mc" buttons on the Cakkalate. "Do you wanna make twice butt?"
Lucida Handwriting Used rarely. Notably used for the words "wear a bikini" on Main Page 15. "Once again, your visual style just looks thrown together."

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Magneto Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the "Score Show-a", the Ghetto Blastro, the MixMastah 800, and the "coola" in labor day and Bug In Mouth Disease. "Atta boy!"
Maiandra GD Used rarely. Notably used for the text "Banner Ad Valorum" below the CGNU medallion in theme song. "Banner Ad Valorum"
Matisse ITC Used for the word "DEATH" on the auction sign in Halloween Fairstival. "Creeping" Silent "DEATH" Auction
Matura MT Script Capitals Rarely used. Notably used for the intro credits of In Search of the Yello Dello New Version. "I guess I just don't understand the ladies!"
Mekanik LET Used rarely. Notably used several times in Senor Mortgage. "You name it, we've got it."
Mercurius Script MT Bold Used rarely. Notably used in the "Burn & Dodge" web comic in web comics. PLASTIC WRAP!
Mesquite Std Used for the letters "SRV" on Carol in Most in the Graveyard. "It's really starting to concern me that you keep dressing up as dudes."
Metal as in Heavy Used on the cover of Taranchula's album "Shady Missionaries" in more armies. Fairly Religious Overtones
Metal Lord An infrequently used font based on Iron Maiden's logo. Though used for a variety of purposes, its usage often relates to Limozeen or Taranchula. Also notably used in the title of Secret Collect. Gary and Larry rehearse their moves.
Mister Television Used on the Depressio Beach postcard in Somber Vacation. "Wish U were here!"
MisterEarl BT Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably used on the "You Reek-A!" t-shirt in both underlings and the Store. "That way, your smelly underling, or smunderling, can get the message from across the room."
Mistral Used rarely. Notably used for the text "Sucky Mountain, Colorado" in the bumper sticker Easter egg of redesign. Do Loafing!
Modern No. 20 Rarely used. Notably used for the text "Idiot and Moron" in environment. respectively
Mom´sTypewriter A rarely used font designed to simulate an inferior typewriter. Notably used to identify the costumes in Jibblies 2, and for a significant portion of the text in the In Search of the Yello Dello Theatrical Trailer. "Daaa... I heard that."
Monotype Corsiva Used rarely. Notably used for the text "I'm way prettier than you." in sugarbob. "So as you can see, they're all really nice, and hot and very web-savvy."
Motrhead Used for much of the text in Homestarloween Party. "Once, there was this green gobliiiin... and um, he used to... look aroooound..."
MotterFemD Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Most notably used for Carol. This font was mentioned by Strong Bad and used for the logo for "Luscious Wavẽiñgs" in Fan Costumes 2016. "Ooh, E scale. Nice choice."
MS PGothic Used on the "Video Thyme" window and for the music video credits in death metal. "I'm gonna be online later on playing an MMORPG if you wanna join my guild!"
MS Reference Serif Used in the words "A game made up by Lem Sportsinterviews" and the entire RULES page of the instructions for Three-to-One Marny as seen in army. The player to reach the endzone first, wins.
MS Reference Specialty A font made up of different presentations of fractions, used for the glitch'd fanstuff description in virus. The text actually spells out "sticktoyourbooks". sticktoyourbooks
MS UI Gothic Used for the "Quark Xpress" info on the brochure in more armies. Boy, do the On Point Kings have a brochure for you!
Mufferaw Used on the box of Soundy Puffs cereal. "Real Sounds In Every Puff!"
Myriad Pro Used for the letters "L" and "R" in MixMastah 800. "Look out, world!"
Myriad Pro Cond Used for the text "printed on 100% post-consumer brown paper with green ink" on New Paper in environment. 100% post-consumer
Myriad Pro Light Used for the superscript text "tm" behind the words "Takesteppa" and "Free" in specially marked. tm

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Narkisim Used for the title of the authorless book Things I'm About To Say in Trogday 08. "Five years ago, I drew a little dragon."
Niagara Engraved Used on the "Best in Sheen" trophy in pet show. Hotly contested.
Niagara Solid Used on the headline "Cheat Commandos Actually Doing Stuff" in 2 Part Episode: Part 1. "What type of crap is that?"
Nimbus Script Used rarely. Notably used for the name of Marshmallow's L'est Stand in Date Nite and Quality Time. "Can I start you two off with a glass of 'Breaking Up', or perhaps 'Never Seeing Each Other Again' with capers?"
NimbusSanT Rarely used. Notably used for the engraving of "Van Buren" on busts in both The Cheat's character video and candy product. "(Now turn that camera off before I throw this bust of Van Buren at it.)"
NimbusSanTCon Used for the @ symbol on New Paper. "Come on, New Paper, disappoint me!"
NOKIA® 5110 FontSet Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the font of the Block from other days, for 50K Racewalker, and for Strong Sad's first iPod. "Now time for a refreshing glass of piemonade..."

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OCR A Extended
OCR A Std
Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably used for New Paper. OCR A Std is very similar, and rarely used. "Are you ever not running out of ink?"
OCRB Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for both the name (Lem Sportsinterviews) and card number on the Superfied Credit Union ATM Card. Pin:5675
Odessa LET Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably used for the title of The Show. "Gentlemen: hands on buzzers."
Old English Text MT Used for a variety of puposes. Notably used for Strong Sad's handwriting in A Jorb Well Done, depressio, rock opera, fan club, and Pumpkin Carve-nival. "Okay, contestant number one, your name is... Strong.. Sad?"
OldDreadfulNo7 BT Used for one of the question marks during the SBASAF slide-show in space program. Will you be among the hot '60s-looking girls?
One Stroke Script LET Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably used for the sign on Da Huuuuuudge's enclosure in animal and alternate universe, and the words shown to represent the "good half" of the brain in Commandos in the Classroom. "Oh, wow! Look at the Huuuuuudge!"
Orange LET Used for the words "and the Challenge of the Crystal Shards" in Twenty THANXty Six. "Will we ever find all the colors before the bad guy?"
Orator Std Used for the text labeling the battery cover on the assembly instructions for the Cheat Commandos Headquarters Playset in 2 Part Episode: Part 2. "...that's our way in!"

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P22 Folk Art Block Used for the stitched word "Tennis" on The Paper's polo shirt in the paper. "Or your preppy phase, for that matter."
P22 Folk Art Cross Used for the stitched lettering on the Cold Ones needlepoint in property of ones. "I have to admit, on certain evenings in late spring, a Cool One can be very refreshing."
P22 Folk Art Extras Used for Strong Bad's blue sweater graphic (the font's capital letter "V") in Happy Dethemberween. "Sometimes he'll cold call random kids / With discount travel packages!"
P22 Folk Art Square Used for the lettering on the casserole dish in your edge. "Sorry, casserole, your crusty layer of fried onions is no match for my..."
P22 Folk Art Stitch Used for the stitched lettering on polo shirts in other days and cliffhangers. "Oh, man. Did you play Online Gaming last night?"
Palatino Linotype Used for the numbers on "The Beleaguered: Alliance" trading cards in trading cards. For musky nerds to play in the basement of the freshman dorms.
Papyrus Used rarely. Notably used for the words "Walking with Trogdor" in myths & legends. Walking with Trogdor
Parade Used rarely. Notably used for the name "PANTSBURG" on a postcard in vacation. Not anywhere near as fabulous as it appears in the photograph.
Parchment Used rarely. Most significantly used for Strong Sad's signature in Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon but also notably used on cassettes seen in the booOOMbox in radio, geddup noise, unnatural, and Date Nite. "Hoping you don't get shivved..."
ParkAvenue BT Used rarely. Notably used in Sbemail 150?!? for Strong Sad's storyboards. "We begin with a claustrophobic close-up of typing with boxing gloves on."
Peanuts A font patterned after Charles Schulz's lettering in the comic strip Peanuts. Typically used by The Brothers Chaps for text found within comics, though it's also notably used on signs that The Poopsmith has been known to hold up. "Coach Z, you have a real sucky imagination."
Pepita MT Used on "The Beleaguered: Alliance" trading cards in trading cards. For musky nerds to play in the basement of the freshman dorms.
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Used for the Compé. "So sleek! So-phisticated! So, Compé!
Period X Used primarily for text in games. Also notably used for the logo of the Block. "Try not to get dead last."
Perpetua Used rarely. Notably used for the text on the Words I Probably Said cassettes in autobiography. "I'll probably never see her again. And neither will any of you."
Perpetua Titling MT Used on the Homestar Talker box on the Third Games Menu. "I am Homestar.  Making a delicious marshmallow is great!  Marzipan is totally going to win the game with you and Strong Bad.  Awesome!"
Placard Condensed Used most consistently on a portion of the packaging of Cheat Commandos Action Figures. "Cheat Commandos, rock, rock on!"
Playbill Used rarely. Notably used for "Flavor Taste Style" in 2 emails. "Nothing else increases brain juice quite like it!"
Pleasantly Plump Notably used in both the Fluffy Puff Marshmallows and Blubb-O's logos. "Before I drink a tall glass of melonade..."
Plump MT Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably found on the package of Fluffy Puff Malloweens. "They fit on top of each other!"
Pointy Used for much of the hand-drawn intro credits for Pom Pom's indie film in independent. "Ooh, in fact, just call it 'city comma state'."
Poor Richard Used rarely. Notably used for the title of Ballad of The Sneak. "I know a lively fellow..."
Poornut Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the title of the board game Color Wheel Roulette in redesign. 50% fewer deaths than Russian variety
Poplar Std Used for the name "LEMKE" on one of Homestar Runner's passes in business trip. "I've been going nuts with our lanyard per diem."
Porky's Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the technical difficulties screens in both pizzaz and Fall Float Parade. "This interview is OVER!"
PosterBodoni BT Used for Old-Timey Strong Bad's sign in alternate universe. "Yes, and for my next parlor trick, I shan't make anything appear!"
Potrzebie Used for a variety of purposes, but most notably used for the news button on the Main Pages. "Oh, who is the guy who checks all his emails? That's me, Strong Bad."
Prestige Elite Std Used on Limozeen's contract rider in concert. "And also a deviled egg tray!"
Pristina Used for the text "Wildernessman withst Sea-Beast" in myths & legends. "Through years of bad story-telling and the telephone game..."
Prototype Pavilion Used rarely. Notably used for the CompressOR in Drive-Thru. "It's time to employ... The Compressor!"
PT Banana Split Fancy handwriting font used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 9.2 and higher, though The Brothers Chaps have manually replaced the apostrophe with one of their own design. Also frequently used for the title screens of Puppet Stuff. Hi, this is Marzipan...
Pump Demi Bold LET Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used on the Phonetime XL8, and for the words "Homestar's Clock" on Homestar's Clock. "It's a great day at Marzipan's! Please leave me a message."
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A font similar to Impact, but with scratches throughout. Most noticeably used for the words "Death Metal Dungeon" in the title of the Half-Hour Death Metal Dungeon Hour and for the word "CRISP" in candy product. "Livin' in the gutter with Grandma..."
Pussycat Used for a variety of purposes. Most notably used for Sweet Cuppin' Cakes toons and on the Delicious "Bag". Nothing to do with the cartoon itself.

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Quixley LET Used rarely. Notably used for the words "Fancy Laundry Paste" in radio, the words "Greetings from Peasantry" on the Snowglobe, and the words on the box of Fluffy Puff Air-Puffed Sugar Delights in Mr. Shmallow. "Don't eat it like the cartoon, man."

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Raavi Used for an asterisk in Cheat Commandos...O's. *
Rage Italic Rarely used. Most noticeably used for the company name "Styles Upon Styles" and its slogan "Steep prices and trees!" in animal. "Steep prices and trees!"
Rage Italic LET Used for the text "Stookley's" in an Easter egg in part-time job. Stookley's
Raskin A crooked font, frequently used in Old-Timey toons. Kick it.
Ravie Used for the titles of, and most of the text in, both A Jumping Jack Contest and The Reddest Radish. "Any contestant that ceases to jump jack, even for a moment, is out of the competition."
Rockwell Used infrequently. Notably used for the instructions of the Homestar Talker, the credits screen of the Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer, as well as the words "Reel", "Take", and "Track" in Puppet Jams, and the recipe for Marzipan's Famous Thanksgiving Faux-ducken in Toikey TV. "Pom Pom and Strong Bad are totally going out!"
Rockwell Condensed Used rarely. Notably used for the text "Tuesdays @ 8:30" in underlings. "No one's record is clean."
Rockwell Extra Bold Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for: most of the In Search of the Yello Dello "DVD Menu"; the text "Puppet Jam Recordings" in Puppet Jams; the text "Sound-O-Vision" in Parsnips A-Plenty and That A Ghost; and the welcome mat in The House That Gave Sucky Treats, Malloween Commercial, and 3 Times Halloween Funjob. "Only one man can tame it."
Rolloglide Used on the loading screen and for the word "Decemberween" in Hooked on Decemberween. "Hooked on Decemberween"
Rounded Informal A font with rounded edges used most consisently for the lettering on Swiss Cake Roll boxes (although font Alba Matter was used for the ones in garage sale). Also notably used for the words "Marshmallows Last Stand" in The Interview and Marshmallow's Last Stand. "Oh, hey guys!"
Ruach LET Used for the word "Mud" in the Super Mud Easter egg of date. "Marzipan's gotta face fulla super mud and I'm feelin' fine."
Runic MT Condensed Used in the title of the newspaper "Trade Papes" in independent. "That movie is all heart."

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Sand Used for the text "CLICK HERE TO EMAIL STRONG BAD!!" in superhero name. "Stiny! Get me a Danish!"
Saturday Morning Television A font created by modifying font Bauhaus 93. Used for the word "Stupid" in the title of Stupid Coincidence Magazine in modeling. Why Some People Think Saying Ka-Winky-Dink Is Funny - pg. 143
Script MT Bold Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the titles of children's books That Time of Year and Everyone Is Different. Also used for multiple product slogans. "De Giant Mantis is almost here. Get ready to be pistol-whipped, snowman!"
serif_v01 Used for most of the text in TROGDOR! -Get an extra man every 300 points
Sevenet 7 Used rarely. Notably used for Pom Pom's Pom Pilot. "Checkin' my email... Here at the stick... That's pretty cool... "
SF Atarian System Used on Homestar Runner's "Game Program Instructions" pamphlet in more armies. "Say, you like pamphlets? Here's a pamphlet!"
SF Atarian System Extended Used for the "Big Ol' Mall" and bar of soap in hygiene. "Gene's mom buys all of his clothes, but she is young and hot enough for that to be okay."
Showcard Gothic Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used for Tito the Tophaticent's top hat, in the title of HomestarRunner.com PAY PLUS!, and in the title of I Killed Pom Pom. "Introducing... Tito the Tophaticent!"
Shruti Used for the question mark on the box for "The Stab Yourself!" in an Easter egg in nightlife. "Try NOT to stab yourself!"
SignPainter HouseSlant A slanted font. Used extensively throughout the site for a large variety of purposes. Wear A Bikini!!
Silom Used for the menu items on Monosodium Dreams in Fish Eye Lens. "I'm buying you a pizzaaaaaa!"
SimHei Used for the dollar signs in Where U Goin' 2?. "Get a freelance animation job..."
Smartie CAPS Used infrequently. Notably used on the concession stand in The Best Decemberween Ever, Where's The Cheat?, and original. "Well, let's see here. Candy bars, popcorns, ketchup, catsup... Uh, nope! I'm fresh outta Cheats."
Smudger LET Used rarely. Notably used for the text "AWW MAN. IT MELTED." in an Easter egg in caffeine, and for the opening credits of Jibblies 2. "For my project, I opted to use more social studies...a-than science."
Snap ITC Used rarely. Notably used for the credits during the jazzy music in theme song, and for the text "How Come?" in space program. "Coming up later on Three is 4 Tonite..."
Souvenir Lt BT Used for the words "A Chorus Of" on Marzipan's sign in Halloween Fairstival. "Ready, everybody? A-one, and a-two, and a-here we go!"
Space Toaster Used infrequently for a variety of purposes. Notably used in the logo of Cat Mess. Feline Clumpuoles
Square721 BT Used for a variety of purposes. Notably used for the Compy 386 logo, the letters and numbers on the booOOMbox, and the text "Ages 3-5" on the packaging of action figures. "A spectacle of graphics and sound!"
Staccato222 BT Used rarely. Notably used for the "WINE COOLA" labels in Commandos in the Classroom. "Ah-ha ha ha! You're deep-dish!"
Stencil
Stencil BT
Stencil Std
Three very similar fonts, their most apparent difference seems to be their quotation marks and apostrophes. Stencil BT is used most frequently and for a large variety of purposes. Notably used for the Heavy Lourde, the Puke Pail, modern Potate bags, the numbers on the race track, and markings on cardboard boxes and wooden crates (including the soapbox). "Welcome to oblivion, Danger-skew!"
Sterling Used for the text "I sure do hate matches." in Pom Pom's thought balloon in Pom Pom, Too. he doesn't play with matches
Street Cred Used for the words "track listing" in Hooked on Decemberween. "I'm really sorry that I got you bad presents."
Sumdumgoi Used for the title of Fortune Cookies. You will tire of your mayonnaise and it will grow tired of you.
Swiss911 XCm BT A sans serif font. Used for the words "Smoothies, Too!" in lunch special. Smoothies, Too!
Sydnie Used infrequently. Primarily used for games and the Corpy NT6 font. You cannot get the FLASK.
Sylfaen Used rarely. Notably used for the text during the Easter eggs of little questions. "Never would have guessed you weren't from around here."

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Tahoma Used for the text "fine tip permanent" on the permanent marker. "Max out your Cloits and Dloits with the ease of a thousandaire."
Tahoma Small Cap Used for the label on the Kleenload box in original. ...behind that washer/dryer box...
Team MT Used for the slogan "Buy all our playsets and toys!!" in Cheat Commandos (toon) and An Important Rap Song. Also frequently used for subjects relating to college and/or sports. "Weekdays at 4:30."
Techno Used on the front of the XL ProTime VHS/VCR Player. "Then I duct-taped an alarm clock to your VCR."
Tekton Pro Used for the text "Flying Okays" on the Mediocre Institute pennant Easter egg in bike thief. MI: Mediocre Institute
Tekton Pro Cond Used for the label of the "Tube Cream" in hygiene. "By fifth grade the damage is already done."
Tekton Pro Ext Used for the "Click gently..." link on New Paper in environment. New Paper, doing his part.
Tempus Sans ITC Used for the "Strong Sad's Haunted Haikus" banner in Halloween Fairstival. So sick of Smarties.
ThereChat2 Used for the letter "g" in the "i got your Lappy" ransom note in cliffhangers. "Oh, sweet lady irony! Why do you mock me?"
ThereSignHead1 Used for various purposes. Most notably it is used for the text "DRY T-SHIRT CONTEST!!!" in bottom 10 and "WE'RE GOING TO NEED YOU TO FLUSH TWICE!" in underlings. "Absolutely No H2O!!"
ThereSignHead2 Used in the text "e-NIVERSITY" on the medallion in theme song. "At CGNU, one year equals one click."
ThereSignHead3 Used frequently and for various purposes. Is consistently used for the labels on paint cans, and for the text on Mrs. Bennedetto's buttons. "I never pass up a chance to stick it to the man!"
ThereSignText1 Used for the text on the chocolate hundred-dollar bills in different town. "Imitation chocolate!"
ThereSignText2 Used for the slogan ("Eat'em like candy!") of Jobar's Big Ol' Headache Medicine in time capsule. Jobar's Big Ol' Headache Medicine
Times New Roman
Times New Roman Baltic
Times Roman
Times New Roman is used extensively throughout the site for a variety of purposes. Notably used in coloring for the names of the crayons and most of the text in the Limozeen Coloring Book. Times New Roman Baltic is used rarely and has a similar, if not identical, appearance. "Grab a box of sixty-four, with a sharpener built right in!"
Tiranti Solid LET Used for the title of "Da News Papes" in underlings. Back Pape is good, too.
Tire Shop Demo Version Used for the name "J William Pom Thomas C Pom" during the intro credits of Pom Pom's film in independent. J William Pom Thomas C Pom
Trajan Pro 3 Used for "OUR NATIONAL BOLD" in an Easter egg in April Fools' 2014. "Oh-ho! He's our national bold! Ohhh man! What fun!"
Transylvania Used for the words "Folding Chair" in yes, wrestling. Strong Bad's Folding Chair Dungeon
Trebuchet MS Used for the entire olde version of The King of Town DVD. But he worries all the time.
Tw Cen MT Primarily used for the word "contrast" on the Tandy 400. contrast
Tw Cen MT Condensed Most consistently used for music video credits. Dir: The Cheat
Tw Cen MT Condensed Extra Bold Used for the list of courses to study at Crazy Go Nuts University as seen in CGNU. Or GET YOUR DEGREE!
Twentieth Century Poster1 Font designed to look like movie poster lettering. Used most noticeably for The Pizz pizza boxes. Also available in Slumber Party Style!
Typewise Alpha Used for the text "SX:" in the game title Lewis Rudkin SX: england. SX:
TypewriterRough A frequently used font designed to simulate an inferior typewriter, as seen in the title of Rough Copy! in rough copy. Rough Copy!

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Utility Used for the "Cliff" sign in Old-Timey toons. Cliff

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Verdana Rarely used. Found on The Cheat's "see", "gee", "in", and "you" cards in mascot. "Me?"
Victorian LET Infrequently used. Found in the title of Decemberween Short Shorts and on the Loafing Not Permitted sign. Short Shorts
Viner Hand ITC A rarely-used handwriting font; it's found in the header of the Podstar Runner background. podstar.runner
Vladimir Script A handwriting font used for the text "Sings..." on the Strong Bad Sings album covers. Sings...
VOY DOT LCD A font that looks like the lettering of a scrolling LED sign. Used extensively throughout the site, but best known for being the font of The Paper. Preeeeow!

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Warnock Pro Caption
Warnock Pro Light Caption
Warnock Pro SmBd
Warnock Pro SmBd Caption
Warnock Pro Subhead
Each of the fonts in this font family are very similar, and are very infrequently used. The most noticeable use is Warnock Pro Caption in An Important Rap Song for the phrase "Holler for a Dollar". Holler for a Dollar
Webdings A symbol font that is rarely used. It is most noticeably used in one of the instant messages in marzipan. i seriously hope you didn't somehow decode this. it would make me real sad.
Weltron Urban A military-type font used consistently on the packaging of Cheat Commandos Action Figures. Not A Good Commando Name!!
Westminster A font based on the machine-readable numbers printed on checks. Used extensively throughout the site, but best known for being the Tandy 400 font. "And if so, what kind of powers do you have?"
Westwood LET A font with various border effects, not used consistently. It is most noticeably used for the words "Chocolardiac Arrest" in bottom 10. "Oh, that looks sinful."
Wide Latin A wide font, not used consistently. It is most noticeably used on the wanted poster in Ballad of The Sneak. WANTED
WP IconicSymbolsA
A symbol font with a wide variety of star shapes. In Everybody To The Limit, this font is used once for the word "on" in the phrase "I said come on, Fhqwhgads!" "I said come on, Fhqwhgads!"

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