that's right...looks like everything ever printed including old dragon magazines..in pdf form it appears
red basic books
http://www.examiner.com/article/wotc...ics-com-launchThe products for sale include a combination of core rules books, adventure series (what us old gamers call “modules”), supplement materials, and various backlist products from most of the D&D rules systems known to gaming-kind — Basic, AD&D, AD&D 2nd Edition, 3rd Edition, 3.5 and 4.0 — as well as specific campaign settings like Planescape and Ravenloft. Much of the materials on dndclassics.com date to the “Golden Age” of role-playing games, back when Gary Gygax’s TSR Hobbies, Inc. ran the role-playing game industry, before his company was purchased by Wizards of the Coast.
MT: What PDFs can we expect on the site?
LT: The initial launch includes 80 titles, and we plan to release smaller batches of additional titles on a rolling basis after that. Needless to say the final catalog will be extensive.and here is one for the old and new timers...Q1 Queen of the Demonweb Pits (1e)MT: Can we expect Dragon and Dungeon Magazine annuals to be collected exclusively in PDF format?
LT: At this time, it is too early to say. Based on community feedback, our first goal was to make available for purchase once again, as much of the fan-favorite backlist of D&D product offerings available as possible. We will continue to listen to what D&D players want, and our goal is to continue to deliver on that. Having said that, both the Dragon Magazine Annual Volume 1 and the Dungeon Magazine Annual are available as part of the 80 titles available at launch.
Much time has passed since you discovered the conspiracy that led you to the frost giants, fire giants, and eventually to the long-forgotten Drow. Through your encounter with the dark elves, you have found the true source of the evil -- the demon queen Lolth!