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Razorblade: The Horror Magazine is back! Launched by writer James Tynion IV and writer / editor Steve Foxe in 2020, the quarterly horror anthology is dropping its third issue and it's the biggest one yet. This one clocks in at 80 pages, filled with horror comics, prose, illustration, and interviews. It also includes an original short from Tynion and Martin Simmonds, the team behind my favorite horror comic of 2020, Department of Truth.

Razorblades #3 features work from Aditya Bidikar, Aaron Campbell, Michael Conrad, Raymond Estrada, Steve Foxe, Trevor Henderson, Piotr Kowalski, Brian Level, lilcthulhu, Jason Loo, Ricardo Lopez Ortiz, Michael Moreci, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, Alex Paknadel, John J. Pearson, Pornsak Pichetshote, Alberto Ponticelli, David Romero, Martin Simmonds, Brad Simpson, Jenn St-Onge, Lucy Sullivan, Jerome Tiunayan, Dylan Todd, Nick Tofani, James Tynion IV, Jess Unkel, Ram V, Tillie Walden, and Dan Watters. It also features an interview of Rodney Barnes by Steve Foxe and a cover by David Romero.

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You can order a print copy of Razorblades #3 from for $15 USD (plus shipping). A print run will be announced on Thursday and copies will be limited. You can download a digital edition right now for a pay-what-you-want price.

"There's always a question of survival when you set out to do something on your own,” Tynion said about launching Razorblades as an independent publication. “Back this summer, when Steve and I launched Razorblades: The Horror Magazine, the idea that the book would survive to its second issue, let alone to a whole new year, seemed impossible. But here we are, and our direct sales to retailers are already up from their numbers on the previous issue. We've been thrilled at the success of Razorblades, and can't wait to see it continue to find an audience hungry for the most exciting voices in horror from the rising generation of creators in comics, prose, and art."

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Razorblades #3 is our longest issue yet, and every page takes a different swerve down a brand-new horror avenue,” Foxe said. “One of our biggest goals with the anthology was to combine creators from different ‘realms’ of horror under one roof, and it feels like we’re thoroughly checking that box here. Across 80 pages, we’ve got everyone from award-winning, thoroughly established creators to artists whose work has never before appeared in print—and each and every one of them deserves every eye we can attract.”

I'm so glad there's a magazine like Razorblades. It seems like it's only gotten bigger since it began so I sincerely hope we see much more of it in the near future.

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James Ferguson
Lord of the Funny Books
James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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