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"A fun, trashy read" - Razorcake

The Rock N' Roll Horror Zine is DIY hand stapled zine that specializes in rock and roll themed horror, weird fiction and bizarro. In addition to fiction, The Rock N' Roll Horror Zine releases comics and artwork that are on theme. The zine is created, curated and edited by Ben Fitts.

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Issue #4 of The Rock N' Roll Horror Zine is out now! This issue is a strange one and while reading, you’ll encounter a rock and roll cult, reanimated Ramones, a demon who lives inside vinyl records and more. Featuring stories by A.K. McCarthy, Laslo Tamasfi, Willow Croft, Ben Fitts, D.J. Tyrer, Chase Block and cover art by Rose Chateau.  Available in turquoise and grey. Purchase directly for a slight discount (U.S. only) here: Or anywhere in the world through Etsy here: