This Week: Kyle Barnes has been plagued by demonic possession all his life and now he needs answers. Unfortunately, what he uncovers along the way could bring about the end of life on Earth as we know it! It’s our final Robert Kirkman book: Outcast.
Drinking Game Rules
That’s using the old noggin - Every time there is a head butt, take a drink.
Family Values - Every time a type of family member (mother, brother, etc) is mentioned, take a drink
That boy ain’t right - Anytime someone says there’s something off or different about Kyle.
This Blood Tastes like Chicken - Every time someone is forced to injest blood, take a drink.
Devil Inside by INXS
Shout at the Devil by Motley Crue
Blood on my Name - The Brothers Bright
It Wasn't Me by shaggy
2 oz Bourbon Whiskey
Fresh Blood Orange
3 dashes of Bitters
1 Sugar Cube
1 Maraschino Cherry
How to Mix
Slice the fresh blood orange and put 1-2 slices into the bottom of a rocks glass
Add sugar cube, add 3 dashes of bitters
Use muddler to slowly crush sugar into the orange slices with the bitters
Pour mixture from above into fresh rocks glass with 1 large ice cube
Add bourbon and stir gently with swizzle stick
Garnish with blood orange rind and cherry
1 1/2 oz tequila
3/4 blue curacao
3/4 oz lime juice
Shake the shit out of it with ice, strain and serve
1 1/2 ounces gin
3/4 ounce green crème de menthe
1/2 ounce lime juice
2 ounces club soda
Add first three to a shaker with ice, Shake the shit out of it, strain into a highball glass with ice. Top with club soda and stir
4 unsweetened cherry Kool-Aid
2 liters Mountain Dew or Collins mix
1 pints peppermint schnapps
1/5 gallons 151 proof Rum
1. Mix the rum, the peppermint schnapps and the Kool-Aid into a gallon container, then add the soda.
2. Use the Mountain Dew for a sweeter drink, or the Collins Mix for a more tart drink.
Next Week:#1 New York Times best-selling author Brad Meltzer (The President’s Shadow, House of Secrets) delivers a look into the all-too-human lives of superheroes when the spouse of a member of the Justice League of America is brutally murdered.
With one of their own dead, the entire superhero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets. But before the mystery is fully solved, long-buried secrets of the heroes rise to the surface, threatening to tear apart and divide the heroes before they can bring the mysterious killer to justice.
Rife with mystery, intrigue and tragedy, Meltzer brings the nuance and suspense of a mystery novel to the printed page, turning our conception of the mythological Justice League on its head and showing the deep humanity in our favorite heroes. With pencils by the divine Rags Morales, IDENTITY CRISIS is one of the great tales in League lore.