Upcoming Dungeon Tiles

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Has there been any talk of future Dungeon Tiles sets?

I'm particularly interested to know if there's going to be a second printing of the first one, which is now prohibitively expensive on eBay...
One new set upcoming in July it seems.

http://www.amazon.com/Halls-Giant-Kings-Dungeon-Accessory/dp/0786948736/ref=pd_bbs_sr_7?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1211886803&sr=8-7

I only recently became interested in the Dungeon Tiles sets... I hadn't realized that the first one was out of print and going for such dumb prices.
What tile is in the first Dungeon Tiles product that's not covered by something equivalent in, say, Arcane Halls or Fane of the Forgotten Gods?

I'm genuinely curious.

Personally I'm mostly interested in the urban/streets themed tile product that's gonna be out in, what, October? I'm buying 2x-3x of that one. My campaign is going to be urban...
DU1 (the link posted by NoMan) is a new starter set in the same vein as the first set.
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DU1 (the link posted by NoMan) is a new starter set in the same vein as the first set.

Thanks for the info Logan, though i wish you had posted about 2 hours earlier, heh.

I sent an e-mail to Wizards Customer Service and got the reply that there were no current plans to reprint the Tileset 1, so I gave in and bought it for $25... The cheapest price I could find online. Can you believe that some people are trying to sell it as high as $80!?!? $30 to $50 seems to be the norm. That's a sign for a moderate demand for reprints if I ever saw one.


What tile is in the first Dungeon Tiles product that's not covered by something equivalent in, say, Arcane Halls or Fane of the Forgotten Gods?

I'm genuinely curious.

Personally I'm mostly interested in the urban/streets themed tile product that's gonna be out in, what, October? I'm buying 2x-3x of that one. My campaign is going to be urban...

I'm not sure what has caused the high demand for it, but they do have a couple nice building interiors, and some pretty large floors.

Wizards has an online application that lets you build a map using the Dungeon Tilests 1-4, so if you are curious as to what is in 1, check it out: Dungeon Tile Mapper 1.2.0
Oh, and an urban/streets tileset sounds fantastic! I never really paid much attention to Dungeon Tiles until the DM from D&D Experience used them, and I was impressed with their quality.