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Our License Agreements
 

Standard License Agreement

First license: 1-5 users
Second license (6-10 users): save 25%
Third license (10-15 users): save 40%
Four or more 5-user licenses: save 50%

  • LICENSE Comicraft is the exclusive owner of the electronically transferred computer lettering fonts. We grant you, and you accept, a non-exclusive license to use the electronically transferred fonts, but you are not the owner of them. Your right to use the fonts under this license agreement is called the license. By fonts, we refer to the electronically transferred fonts and any embodiment or use that you make of the fonts in any form.
  • AUTHORIZED USER AND USE You alone, as the purchaser of the fonts, are authorized to use the fonts under the license for personal, business or distributed projects. With few exceptions: fonts are licensed for use on 5 CPUs and/or 1 output device. Additional licenses are available on a ratio of 5 CPUs to 1 output device. Call or e-mail us if you are not clear on whether you require additional licenses. Any other duplication or use by any other person or entity constitutes software piracy, a criminal offense.
  • LIMITED WARRANTY Comicraft makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding the electronically transferred computer software, its merchantability or its fitness for any particular purpose.
  • These fonts are sold for use only on the computer platforms indicated. Use of these fonts on any platform other than that for which it was originally intended is not recommended and invalidates any warranty.
  • Comicraft reserves the right to terminate this License at any time and void your license if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions of this License.

eBook License

2x the regular purchase price

  • An eBook License permits embedding of the font(s) into an electronically published book (ePub, PDF or similar) with static font display. Unlimited distribution of the publication is permitted, so long as the font file(s) themselves are not directly accessible.
  • An eBook license is not required if the text is converted to vector outlines or pixel-based images (such as JPG, GIF, TIF or PNG) before embedding.
  • If your book permits the user to edit or interact with text generated by this font, you will need an Interactive License (see below).

Extended Licensing

  • License our fonts for inclusion in websites, apps, video games and more at Fontspring
  • For advanced or custom licensing needs, please contact them.

If you have questions about our License Agreements, or how they apply to your particular situation, please read the "Licensing and Usage" section of our FAQ. If your question isn't answered there, contact us via email, or call (805) 569-0905 Monday-Friday 9-5 PST.

By purchasing a font, how am I entitled to use it?
 
  • Purchase of a font grants you a license to use it for personal, business or distributed projects on up to five (5) computers. See above for our full license agreement. Basically, as long as the font files themselves stay on your computer(s), and/or the fonts are not editable or useable via a website or some other interactive experience, you can use them for whatever projects you like!
  • For print output in Illustrator, we recommend you "Create outlines" on the final files you deliver, which converts the lettering to vector outlines so the font files do not need to be included for output. If a publisher or editor wants to make changes on their end, or use the fonts for any other purpose, please direct them here to purchase their own license.
  • If you need to install the fonts on more than five computers, you may obtain additional licenses at a substantial discount. The discount structure is visible by clicking the orange "View Quantity Discounts" box on any font page.
Can I use the fonts in a comic book? Do I need to credit you?
 
  • Of course! As long as the font files remain on your computer, you can publish whatever books you like with them. See above about "creating outlines" before delivering files to your printer.
  • You are not required to credit us, but it's certainly appreciated! A link to ComicBookFonts.com is always welcome, too. As well as chocolate. Dark.
Can I use the fonts on my website and/or webcomic?
 

  • Our Standard License permits the creation of JPG, GIF, PNG or any other type of static, pixel- or vector-based graphics to be included in websites, apps or games.

  • If you wish to embed the fonts in your website (for use via CSS) you may purchase a Webfont license for any of our fonts at MyFonts.com or Fontspring.com.

  • Both distributors also offer embedding licenses for video games, apps, or other digital content that generates text dynamically.

Can I embed your fonts into a video game or mobile phone app?
 
  • You may create static, pixel-based graphics (such as JPG PNG & GIF) for your game or app under our Standard License.
  • For embedded uses, so text may be generated dynamically, please purchase an Extended License from our partners at