Three things today:
1) Starting off, here's a nice update on Freedom City from the man himself: Green Ronin Round Table
2) A new superhero RPG is out here. Now to go along with M&M and V&V we have P&P. I don't have it yet but I'm thinking about it. It sounds like the mechanics are different enough to be interesting. If any of you have tried it, please comment!
3) And to round out a super-threesome we have a product listed in the "newest" list on DTRPG's superhero rpg section:
It's a printable map of a basketball court. Actually, it's half of a basketball court. You can go with hexes, squares, or nothing.
Now it's only $1 ... but it's a basketball court ... a flat piece of ground with some markings on it ... can;t you just draw that if you need one? Do the markings really matter when it comes to playing an RPG? Also, WHY WOULD YOU SPECIFICALLY MAP HALF OF A ROUNDBALL COURT? Wouldn't you make a map of a whole court for those who might need one (whoever that might be) and then if I only need a half-court I can just print out half of the map!
I'm also not sure how it turns up as a superhero game accessory unless everything tagged as "modern" automatically appears in "superhero" as well. I will say in my time as a player and a DM I've never needed a map like this. Apparently someone did at least once, but it mystifies me as to why I would buy one, even for a dollar.