The name of the font says it all. More would be nice, but they are cute.An ALL CAPS dripping blood font by Brad O. Nelson with little &#39;drops of blood&#39; all around.These bold bleeding letters created by Ben Nathan almost have a stencil look to them.These aren&#39;t your typical gargoyles of stone. Find fun images of grotesque characters in this cool Halloween dingbat font.Some of the ghosts-shaped-liked-letters are difficult to decipher but on the plus side there are numbers and several common marks of punctuation. This Halloween dingbat comes from Ray Larabie.A nicely drawn collection of jack-o-lanterns, skulls, and tombstones that work well individually as well as put together for spooky borders and frames.Nice selection of traditional Halloween images including witch, black cat, skulls, tombstone, ghosts, and bats in a cut-out style are in this free Halloween font. Also has devilish faces, shapes, and symbols.Lots of nice simple cut-outs of classic Halloween images and more symbols. If you already have the earlier iLL oCtoBer, you&#39;ll find only a few different dings.These are some nicely rendered images of classic monsters, creatures, and actors from the movies and TV.Not a particularly exciting font, but readable. Could appeal to young children with its clear letters and simple pumpkin shapes.Ray Larabie created this bloody mess, which is actually a very neat, orderly sans serif with a dripping blood problem. The name reminds me of that Big Brother Slop that replaced PB&amp;J as the punishment food on the TV reality show. It could drive anyone to murder and mayhem...There&#39;s more here than just a skull and crossbones, although there are several of those to choose from. It&#39;s a nice collection of skulls and bones in several styles.<p>This is not a digital font. These are individual <a href="https://www.thoughtco.com/ways-to-modify-clip-art-1077595" data-inlink="vNt1igsa_S-eCDyj56R1Ug&#61;&#61;" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">clip art</a> letters featuring dripping blood that I created. Use them on Web pages. Depending on your <a href="https://www.thoughtco.com/how-to-print-anything-1078737" data-inlink="xgR-hqEQ6Xlm321RjuPUdw&#61;&#61;" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="2">inkjet printer</a>, you might get suitable quality when printed on a card.</p>While there are hundreds of free Halloween fonts out there, sometimes the perfect font is one you purchase with the full confidence that it will be complete, professionally designed, in the format you prefer, and probably contain a lot more characters than most freebies.