I'm back from my travels...

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... I'd like to thank Matthew and kempo81 for posting it in my absence. Thanks too to CapnRex101 for his excellent reviews which have also hopefully kept you engaged over the last two weeks. I apologise for the downtime over the weekend. The site was behaving intermittently from about 04:00...

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Palpatine's Arrest review, part 2

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In part 1 we covered the box contents and the minifigs. Today CapnRex101 and I complete our review with a look at the build and the completed model. (Words by CapnRex101, pictures by Huw) The build: The build phase is quite enjoyable and features a few interesting building techniques, including...

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Palpatine's Arrest review, part 1

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... after release, I think it's still worthy of a Brickset review. So, I've teamed up with CapnRex101 again to bring you one. Part 1 deals with the box, contents and minifigs. Words by CapnRex101, photos by Huw. Palpatine’s Arrest was a set which I was very excited about prior to...

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9516 Jabba's Palace review, part 3

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... final part of the review, we look at the build and the completed model. Words by CapnRex101, pictures by me... The build takes about two hours and is quite an enjoyable build. Although not many construction techniques of interest are used, most of the build uses traditional bricks...

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Pirates of the Caribbean: first impressions

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Queen Anne's Revenge

... many new accessories and headgear and are printed on the front and back of the torsoes. - CapnRex101 has written some excellent reviews of two of the sets, and I've leveraged the new feature here to provide links to the pictorial Eurobricks reviews. You'll find them on the PotC theme page. What...

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