Green Ronin Publishing has announced its publishing schedule, which includes the debut of the long-awaited A Song of Ice and Fire RPG, through summer 2009. The releases also include several Mutants & Masterminds products, as well as a book celebrating the best in gaming.


Originally scheduled for an August 2008 release (see “Green Ronin’s ‘A Song of Ice and Fire RPG’”), the A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying: Adventures in the Seven Kingdoms, based on the popular series of fantasy novels by George R. R. Martin, is a 224-page, full-color, hardcover book that introduces the united kingdom of Westeros. The game casts players as nobles of one of the great houses striving for power and wealth, whether on the battlefield or in the courts of King Robert. It releases in March with an MSRP of $34.95.


The core rulebook will be followed in April by the A Song of Ice and Fire Narrator’s Kit ($19.95), containing a hardback screen for game masters, poster map, and 16-page booklet.


May brings Peril at King’s Landing ($19.95), a 96-page softcover adventure book that can stand alone or as part of a continuing campaign.


Finally, the A Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide ($39.95) arrives in July and serves as a detailed source of information about the major places and players in Westeros.


Four products for Green Ronin’s superhero RPG, Mutants & Masterminds, are also on the docket. March sees the release of Wild Cards: All-In, a 96-page book of adventures featuring the stars of George R. R. Martin’s Wild Cards universe.


April’s Warriors & Warlocks ($29.95) is a 144-page source book that introduces fantasy elements into the traditional superhero setting.


June’s Mecha & Manga ($29.95) offers 160 pages of ideas for incorporating Japanese anime and manga concepts, from cute schoolgirls to menacing giant robots.


And the Supervillain’s Handbook ($29.95), coming in August, gives game masters 224 pages’ worth of material for building the perfect villains, evil schemes, secret lairs, and more.


Two other products are scheduled for release through August 2009. True20 Freeport: The Lost Island ($17.95) releases in April and is the first in a new series of classic d20 adventures in the Freeport setting.


A somewhat different product is Family Games: The 100 Best, a 400-page trade paperback offering essays from scores of well-known game creators and celebrities, including Alan R. Moon (Ticket to Ride), Richard Garfield (Magic: The Gathering), James Ernest (Kill Dr. Lucky), Steve Jackson, and more. It ships in August with an MSRP of $24.95.