Razorblades: The Horror Magazine’s Largest Issue To Date Available Now
by Brendan M. Allen
During 2020’s pandemic-induced publishing pause, writer James Tynion IV and writer/editor Steve Foxe launched Razorblades: The Horror Magazine, an all-new quarterly horror anthology sold exclusively through Tynion’s own Tiny Onion Studios.
Now, following a successful second issue in October 2020, Razorblades is back for a third installment, containing 80 pages of horror comics, prose, illustration, and interviews—including an original short from Tynion and his Department of Truth co-creator, Martin Simmonds.
The horror anthology’s third issue also includes work from Tillie Walden, Dan Watters & Lucy Sullivan, Pornsak Pichetshote & Alberto Ponticelli, Jenn St-Onge, Ram V & John J. Pearson, Michael Moreci, Piotr Kowalski, and Michael Conrad, and is available now at readrazorblades.com.
Readers are able to order a print copy of Razorblades #3 for $15 USD plus shipping. Physical copies will be limited. For those who prefer to read on devices, or who miss out on ordering the print edition, the digital edition will be available to read immediately, and will join the first two issues of Razorblades on the site, ready to download for whatever price readers would like to pay.
Writer/editor Steve Foxe says
Razorblades #3 is our longest issue yet, and every page takes a different swerve down a brand-new horror avenue. Across 80 pages, we’ve got everyone from award-winning, thoroughly established creators to artists whose work has never before appeared in print, and every one of them deserves every eye we can attract.