Cartoon font recommendation

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Cartoon font recommendation
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I'm working on a brochure for a corporation that uses Arial as their corporate font. Yes, I know Arial sucks, but I'm stuck with it. The brochure will contain a cartoon character (one of their products turned into a character).

I have very little experience with cartoon fonts. Does anyone have any recommendations? Nothing too zany as the cartoon character will be talking about a serious subject (a medical condition). I'd prefer to keep the cost under $50 if possible. Thanks.

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Blambot comic fonts & lettering...

http://www.blambot.com/

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Thanks to everyone for your suggestions; I appreciate your help!

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A (connected) handwriting script may convey the tone and functionality, e.g. my Handsome—which has some variants to assist in harmonizing with the linear quality of the illustrations.

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Thanks Nick, I'll check it out.

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Rollerscript is more naturalistic.