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Razorblades: The Horror Magazine, helmed by James Tynion IV and Steve Foxe, continues this month with its second issue. The quarterly horror anthology is sold exclusively through Tynion's Tiny Onion Studios. The first issue went fast and now fans can ensure they don't miss a single issue with a new subscription program.

Razorblades #2 clocks in at nearly 80 pages and features comics, prose, interviews, and illustrations from creators like Zac Thompson, Jen Hickman, Josh Simmons, Jen Bartel, Gou Tanabe, Tini Howard, Joshua Hixson, Marie Enger, Matthew Rosenberg, Tyler Boss, and more.

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From now until Halloween at 12 Midnight EST, readers can pre-order a print copy of Razorblades #2 from ReadRazorblades.com for $15 USD (plus shipping). If you want to guarantee you get your hands on all future issues, you can throw down for a subscription at $60 USD (plus shipping). That will include print copies Razorblades #2 - #5, plus a special reprint of Razorblades #1 with a new cover from Sirenhead creator Trevor Henderson.

The first two issues will print and ship in November. Future issues will follow every thre emonths through summer 2021.

But wait! There's more! Tiny Onion is also offering a premium subscription for $80 USD (plus shipping) which will also include postcard-size prints with each issue, a collector's box, and exclusive Razorblades enamel pins.

All of these options are available for pre-order now through Halloween at 12 Midnight EST. That's when orders will be locked and print runs will be set. Future issues of Razorblades will have similar print-order windows, but the subscription format is a limited-time offer. The digital editoin of each issue will remain available on a pay-what-you-want price at ReadRazorblades.com.

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"This all started as a simple dream of how to best create a platform to spotlight all of the incredible creators in the world of horror co/images/news/comics/indie-publishers/razorblades/issue-02/razorblades-2-large.jpgmics and horror illustrations, and let them loose,” Tynion IV said of the project’s gestation. “To bring together creators from every corner of our medium, and build something forward-looking and frightening. We never expected such an outpouring of support and interest when we launched Issue #1, and we wanted to learn from that, and prepare for what would come next. We’ve been doing a tremendous amount of legwork for the last three months to make sure we were ready for this launch, today, so that we can get our magazine into the hands of as many horror fans as we can muster. To that effect, and in celebration of Halloween, we wanted to give people a chance to buy in to the full year of Razorblades: The Horror Magazine." 

“I know it’s cliché to say, but Razorblades #1 really was a labor of (exceptionally gory) love,” Foxe added. “James and I swung hard to put the magazine out in the best possible way, and we’re taking all the lessons we learned in that process to heart, so we can swing even harder with each subsequent issue. And it does feel especially appropriate, of course, that this second issue comes out right in the shadow of Halloween, at a time when almost all of us could use a frightening escape from too-terrifying real life.”

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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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