(To be played during the reading of DC horror anthologies like "House of Secrets" and "The Witching Hour".)
Take a sip whenever a character is revealed as a vampire in the last two pages of another kind of horror story ("It was then that the alien realized he'd abducted...a vampire!" Or similar.)
Take a sip whenever the protagonist of a ghost/werewolf/vampire/mummy/whatever story realizes that he/she is the ghost/werewolf/vampire/mummy/whatever.
Take a drink when a character finds out he/she is actually a robot. (This may result in a sip and a drink if it happens at the end of a story about robots.)
Take a sip when the host's closing narration completely changes the story ("...but of course, he died in a car accident a week later.")
Take a sip when the main character's significant other turns out to be a witch. Take a second sip if it happens on the last page of a story where witches were not previously mentioned. Take a third if it was a story where the supernatural was not previously a plot element.
Take a drink every time someone recognizes which Edgar Allan Poe story they're ripping off this month.
Finish the bottle every time the narrator shows up as a character in the story.
Take a drink every time the narrator refers to the narrator of another DC horror title in their narration.
Take a drink every time the real monster is...Man! (As opposed to taking a drink every time the real monster is Woman.)
Pour a shot whenever an ugly character is victimized by a pretty one to drive home a point about being shallow. Drink it when an ugly character is the villain anyway.
Drink a shot of the oldest alcohol you have in the house whenever immortality is depicted as a curse.
Take a sip every time you catch yourself wondering why there are Sergio Aragones drawings in a horror anthology.
And lastly, take a drink every time the story is a thinly-veiled ripoff of 'The Monkey's Paw', 'The Most Dangerous Game', or 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'. (As with all Fraggmented drinking games, the management cannot be held responsible for any incidents of alcohol poisoning related to the practice herein described.)