Not so long ago, Classic-Pirates.com member SirSven7 has prepared a comprehensive review of all Pirate sets released between 1989 and 1991. Now two more parts of his review are ready - the second part takes a look at 1992-1993 sets (enter Redcoats), and the third part is all about 1994-1995 sets (enter Islanders). This is indeed a valuable history lesson as far as LEGO Pirates is concerned, so don't hesitate to take a good look at those reviews!
Although the new Pirates of the Caribbean LEGO sets are not officialy in the stores yet (release date: April 2011), some people have already managed to get a few of them. Eurobricks member VerSen is one of them. And he's made an excellent review of Whitecap Bay (4194). We've already blogged some Russian reviews from VerSen, but this one is in English. So take a look at the mermaids, the gold bars, the bucket and more!
Sail to the Review 4194 Whitecap Bay by VerSen in the forum!
While some of us are currently anticipating the new Pirates of the Caribbean line, we must not forget about the sets that defined LEGO Pirates over 20 years ago! Classic-Pirates.com member SirSven7 has offered us a back to the roots of sorts by preparing a comprehensive review of all Pirate sets released between 1989 and 1991. This indeed is a very valuable source of information about those truly classic sets!
A new LEGO Pirates comic is coming out in februari. It has 48 pages and the age range is 6-8... But it may still be of interest for pirate fans because there's a topic going on about how many named LEGO Pirates are out there. And this comic can give us more background information about the world of brick-pirates.
Discuss the New LEGO Pirates comic "Brickbeard's Treasure"
and the topic How many named pirates are there?
MTV News has posted the final pictures for the upcoming PotC-line, and Eurobricks member Oky Wan Kenobi posted them in our beloved LEGO Pirates forum! There's a huge amount of new parts visible on these pictures. Enough babbling, time to take a look!
View/discuss the PotC High Resolution Images in the forum!
BILLUND, Denmark, Nov. 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The LEGO Group and Disney Consumer Products today announced an upcoming collection of LEGO® brand Pirates of the Caribbean construction toys that will set children's imaginations sailing on thousands of build-and-play adventures. Scheduled to launch in spring 2011, eight new building sets will bring the action, stories and characters of the entire series of Pirates of the Caribbean films to life in LEGO form, including the spring 2011 premiere of the fourth installment, "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides."
In a companion release today, Disney Interactive Studios, TT Games and the LEGO Group announced that LEGO Pirates of Caribbean: The Video Game is scheduled for release on multiple video game platforms in May 2011.
Comment on the great news in the Pirate forum!
Although we all like the real Lego blunderbuss a lot, the Brick Forge musket is also very nice. Apache has made a good review of both weapons with all the pro's and con's. Do you prefer the brown classic Lego musket, or the more realistic designed Brick Forge one?
Give your opinion in the Brick Forge Musket Review by Apache in the forum!
SlyOwl has written a review about the famous Armada Sentry. A classic set to remember! With some very nice pictures you will know everything what you need to know about this set!
Read the 6244 Armada Sentry Review in the forum!
Ever seen a group picture of all official Pirate ships ever released? Thanks to Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member JeKyll, now you have a chance to see them all side by side. Pirates, Soldiers, Imperial Guards, Imperial Armada - all of their ships are here.
Check out all ten of these magnificent vessels that formed the history of Lego Pirates!
Discuss pictures of all Pirate ships by JeKyll in the forum!
Comment on 6245 Harbor Sentry by Lord Arjay in the forum!