Rue Morgue, the singular Canadian publication that deals in the culture and entertainment of horror, says that it is the first such magazine to create a digital version through the Yudo digital newsstand. It has also launched an app for iPhone, iTouch and the iPad. It means that people who can't wait for their horror in print can get it a week prior to newsstands for $6.99 US/Can per issue or $49.99 for an 11-issue subscription.
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