Fiona Staples, Artist

contributorCalgary, Alberta, Canada

Fiona has worked on many projects, using her talents in art quite deftly to maximum effect. Some of her work includes Done to Death, Jonah Hex, North 40, and The Secret History of the Authority: Hawksmoor.

http://www.fionastaples.com/

Ken Lille-Paetz, Writer

contributorSudbury, Ontario, Canada

With extensive work of all sorts under his belt, Ken is a force to be reckoned with—especially where lemurs and monkeys are involved.

http://www.monkeypharmacy.com/

Warren Zahari, The Uninvited Designer, Artist

contributor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Without Warren we’d be… well, not as awesome as we like to think we are. He’s also a phenomenal artist and doesn’t eat puppies. Or so he says. He also attended the prestigious Sheridan School, which we think is, well, pretty awesome.

http://www.be.net/Zahari

Adam Donahue, Writer

contributor
The Warp

Not much is known about this mysterious contributor, other than that he (or… she?) lives in a remote, silver-lined cave-bunker somewhere out there.

Steve Sprayson, Cover Art Issue #1

contributor
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

A talented artist and inker, Steve has worked in the comic book industry for years, developing a reputation of being a hard working bloke.

http://www.stevesprayson.deviantart.com/

Ann Koi, Artist


Seattle, Washington, USA

Ann has spent most of her life spawning the cuddly stuff of nightmares her soul contains onto canvass and whatever else she can get her mitts on.

http://www.moritorium.com/koi/

Mark MacKenzie, Writer

contributor
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

A new writer to the block, Mark is well on his way to being a gifted, twisted bastard in his own right.

Steven G. Saunders, Writer

contributor Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Steve is the cheerfully cynical, overworked and occasionally intoxicated word-machine who tries really, really hard to make sure The Devil’s Eggs is living up to its potential. On some days he can be seen worshipping freely at the altar of WhiskeyGod. On other days he merely wishes he could sleep more.

http://depressalin.wordpress.com/

Issue #1


It all starts here! The first issue of The Uninvited offering only the best horror by various creators from across the globe.


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In this issue:

BORN

(Cover)
Steve Sprayson
Simple and effective. We hope you will think so, too.

Hypergraphia

(Short Story, nominated for 2012 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in the field of horror writing)
Written by Ken Lillie-Paetz
Art by Fiona Staples
Writing can be a dangerous business. Find out why.

The Most Beautiful Girl

(Short Story)
Written by Mark MacKenzie
Art by Ann Koi
Dale meets the most beautiful woman he has ever seen… but what secrets does her beauty hide?

The Devil Eggs in Except Reality

(Comic)
Story by Steven G. Saunders
Art by Nunan Nurjannah
Additional art by Myke Allen 
Letters by Warren Zahari
Welcome to the Weird Front, troops, and this time it’s seen through the eyes of a special group specifically selected to take out a secret Nazi research facility. Just another cliché Weird War story… right?

Depths

(Comic)
Story and Art by Alex Diochan
What lies below? An age old question answered by the exploration of men and their desires.

Snakes and Skulls

(Short Story)
Story by Adam Donahue
Art by Warren Zahari
Being sent to the Safety Camps is tough for any family to handle. Find out why Rufus was the lucky one.

Welcome to The Uninvited Magazine

“Just what is The Uninvited, anyway?”

Glad you asked! The Uninvited Magazine is a quarterly horror and weird fiction publication of short stories and comics for iPad (coming to Kindle Fire, B&N Nook, and Kobo Vox soon!).

The Uninvited is also a culmination of certain man’s feverish dream—that man being Adam Blainey, owner and president of Victoria BC based Rock Bay Media. See, Adam loves horror as much as he loves hockey. Noticing that there was a lack of horror magazine apps for the iPad, and being a iNut himself, Adam decided to put an anthology of horror short-stories and comics together for the device he enjoys.

And it just kinda snowballed from there.
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