Gangbusters B/X Edition by Mark Hunt is exactly what it says on the tin. It's 1920s gangsters using 1981 B/X rules. It's a 64 page rulebook, which is in my wheelhouse (I love me some 64 page rulebooks). The layout is simple and to the point, the font size is gracefully larger than the old games, and the whole affair it just kinda nice. The art is public domain, but well-chosen. It's not terribly expensive. I'd run this in an Untouchables-type of scenario, though I might be tempted to inject some weirdness into the mix (the book does offer some notes about doing that as well).
I don't know what this is. It is a single page PDF describing a metal future and declaring that you have been born into this time of ass-kickery. That's all there is. What the fuck is this??
Flesh For the Witch Queen is a one-page dungeon by the impressive Jason Sholtis. I might run this bastard.
Amazon Warrior is a character class by Jeremy Reaban with a kick ass cover by Patricia Smith. What I don't like about it is that it's not female only. In fact, Jeremy actually uses the male pronoun throughout the text. Not sure why. I mean, the class probably works just fine but still.