Wednesday, November 26, 2008

The Sand Bar

07, originally uploaded by "Big Daddy" Nelson.

flickr user "Big Daddy" Nelson makes good use of the new Lego pirate island base by putting two of them back to back and building a bar! Click on the image to see more photos.

via Brothers Brick

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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Found on flickr: Pirate toy is popular with the wenches

Hugs and smooches, originally uploaded by Tony….

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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Found on flickr

Quartering The Quartermasters I

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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Lego Brings Back Pirate Line

Breaking, exciting and unconfirmed news: Lego is bringing the sexy pirates back for 2009!

Read more here and here.



Thursday, September 18, 2008

One Of These Day's, I'll Have Some Time

Castaway t' Neverland, originally uploaded by SlyOwl.

To post more...

...until then, enjoy some LEGO goodness from flickr.

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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Found on flickr

The lighter side of piracy, originally uploaded by DARKspawn.

The lighter side of piracy

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Saturday, August 9, 2008

Another Lego Pirates Site

Another website dedicated to the defunct Lego line of pirates has sprung up: Forbidden Cove!. Another site mentioned previously ( is also a great source for Lego pirate creations!

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Found on flickr

Ahoy matey, originally uploaded by A30_Tsitika.

These are playmobil figures that come with their own toys that they play with, and they're pirates!

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

New Playmobil Pirate Sets

Playmobil has added their totally revised pirate line on their US website. It includes a new (and expensive) pirate ship with cannons that can hideaway to make it look like a merchantman. There are also new Spanish soldiers and a light house/fortress. Perhaps coolest of all is a special set that includes a small prison, a single masted ship (on what I call the schooner hull), and lots of figures (pirates and older styles of soldiers) and accessories. This set (5775) is also on sale. You can't find it by looking through the regular pirate categories, but if you search for 5775, it will be there.

Click here to go to the Playmobil store!


Thursday, May 29, 2008

Found on Flickr

Banner POTC Group, originally uploaded by legogallery.ryan.

The principle characters of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

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Sunday, May 4, 2008

Jack Sparrow made of Legos!

Craig Stevens made this great Lego portrait of Captain Jack Sparrow!

Click here for more pictures...

via the brothers brick

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Monday, February 18, 2008

The Peg Leg Club

The Peg Leg Club, originally uploaded by sakraft1.

Guess what me hearties? My finacee came back from Toy Fair in New York City with the 2008 catalog (my head exploded) and they are completely redoing the pirate line. It all comes out in August, and I think that is why the shelves at Target and my local toystore looked a little bare. Oh, and if you've never checked out Target, they seem to have some exclusive sets that are not in the catalog! Plus there is more at their website, where you can find one of the schooner hulled pirate ships. There are going to be new soldiers that look like Spanish soldiers, which is very authentically pirate. There will be a new big pirate ship appearing in other stores and on the playmobil site in August! The toys pictured here are not from the new line per se, they are part of my current collection.

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Thursday, January 17, 2008

The Admiral Benbow Inn in Lego

The Brothers Brick Lego blog points to this Lego version of The Admiral Benbow in from Treasure Island.



Saturday, September 15, 2007

Lego Pirates:

Here be a website dedicated to the former range of Lego pirates:


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Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Exclusive Playmobil Pirate Toys

Target has some exclusive pirate themed Playmobil toys. They have a pirate ship based on the schooner hull (which has not been produced for a while). Here is what I purchased:

5807: Pirate with Cannon

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5814 (Two pirates)

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