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That is actually Futura Bold with some bevel effect applied.


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That would be Futura Heavy. If you have Adobe CC you can find it on their fonts page!


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"Unicode character support" is a very broad term. ALL characters are part of the unicode specification. However, Noto fonts have as a goal to cover the whole of unicode, and they've come a long way. They're libre and open source, so you can freely embed them in webpages. There is a serif and a mono version, though the latter does not have as wide language ...


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A bit late on this, but if it really must be similar to Georgia, you can try Georgia Pro by Linotype. It's a polished Georgia but with proportionally lined numbers.


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What you're looking for is a "stressed" sans-serif, one with obvious contrast. At first glance I thought this was going to be the very common Old Gothic Bold Italic. It's actually slightly darker than this, but it's been digitized for free as Racing Sans. Domaine Sans by Klim is a great modern font with this look if you want something more flexible. Simply ...


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I don't think anger is an easy emotion for a font to express, and (like you said with blackletter) any font you do use is likely to be typographically limited, or hard to read. I think it's easier to express using what you do with the font. Basically, imagine the font is being placed onto the paper by someone getting angrier and angrier as they go along, so ...


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Garamond Bold Condensed and Britannic Bold Regular come close with some adjusting (Excuse the misspelling)


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