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REVIEW: 70810 MetalBeard’s Sea Cow by pcvando

Thursday, February 27th, 2014
MetalBeard's Sea Cow

MetalBeard's Sea Cow

Eurobricks member pcvando reviews the all new MetalBeard's Sea Crow, the latest ship TLG has provided us! Discuss opinions on the set and make up your own mind on whether to buy it or not by looking at the review!

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The LEGO Movie: 70810 MetalBeard’s Sea Cow Unveiled!

Sunday, February 16th, 2014
MetalBeard's Sea Cow

MetalBeard's Sea Cow

Shiver me timbers! TLG has officially announced the press release of 70810 MetalBeard's Sea Cow. This set is full of great parts that any Pirate fan would want!

Check out the full press release and discuss it in our 2014 Pirates Rumors thread!

REVIEW: 6285 Black Sea’s Barracuda by pcvando

Sunday, February 16th, 2014
Discuss Black Seas Barracuda in the forum!

An oldie but a goodie.

Eurobricks member pcvando reviews the classic 6285 Black Seas Barracuda, arguably THE must-have set for any Classic Pirates fan! How does a vintage set like this hold up against modern LEGO standards? Read on to find out!

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REVIEW: 1747 Pirates Treasure Surprise by Lord Of Pies

Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
Discuss Pirates Treasure Surprise in the forum.

1747 - Pirates Treasure Surprise

Our own Lord Of Pies is back on the reviewing circuit after a long absence. For his comeback appearance, he has graciously filled a gap in the Eurobricks review index with this look at set 1747 Pirates Treasure Surprise. But is it worth your hard-earned loot? Read on to find out!

Read the review of 1747 Pirates Treasure Surprise in the forum.

REVIEW: 850839 Pirate Minifigure Pack by WhiteFang

Thursday, October 17th, 2013
Discuss 850839 Pirate Minifigure Pack in the forum.

Money for old rope, or a sign of things to come?

This new Pirates minifigure pack proves that there's still some life in the body, but is it worth it? Our own WhiteFang has taken it upon himself to answer that question in his review of 850839 Pirate Minifigure Pack. Is TLG just clearing out its stock of spare parts, or are there yet further plans for the theme? You decide!

Read the review and discuss 850839 Pirate Minifigure Pack in the forum.

Series 10 Minifigs Official Image

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
So many figs, so little time!

So many figs, so little time!

The official images for the LEGO Collectable Minifigures Series 10 are out! There are some great Pirate theme figures this time around including a new Bluecoat Soldier with powder wig, and islander with a mohawk, and a Sea Captain with a seagull!

Discuss Series 10 Minifigs in the forum.

6260 – Shipwreck Island Review by Boomchil

Monday, December 31st, 2012
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6260 - Shipwreck Island

It may be small, but it's a worthy addition to any pirate layout. Two minifigs, two animals, a printed island baseplate and gold! This maybe one of the best values in the line, from way back in 1989. Check out the full MISB unboxing and review and decide for yourself.

Discuss 6260 Shipwreck Island in the forum.

Lagoon Lock-Up Review by Boomchil

Monday, December 17th, 2012

LEGO Pirate Lagoon Lock-Up Review Boomchil

A classic never dies, unlike the Bluecoats, who will die in horrible, unthinkable, tragic, and hilarious ways in the TOR III

Do you ever get a sense of nostalgia?  Do you ever wish LEGO would go back to yesteryear?  Classic-Pirates.com's own Boomchil had that same feeling when he picked up a pile of classic sets to review!  This review is for the classic 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up, a set featuring the periwinkle pansies Bluecoat soldiers from 1991.  The set cost Boomchil a staggering $80.00 USD to pick it up on Bricklink, so don't let his investment go to waste, and check out the excellent review today.

Save your pennies then discuss Lagoon Lock-Up Review in the forum now!



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