Back when I was still in my early teens and big into Legos, there was a website that I remember had an extensive collection of very excellent Lego set reviews. This was probably around 2002, 2003. I can't for the life of me remember anything about its url, and a little googling hasn't turned it up, so I was wondering if anyone on here might be able to help me look it up again, as some of the recent Pirates of the Caribbean ships have pulled me into a Renaissance, as it were.
Some things that I do recall about it were that it had reviews spanning from about 1980 to the KK1/Star Wars era, and that most of the reviews were prefaced with a little piece of short fiction based around the set, before continuing to discuss the sets construction, aesthetics, play features, interesting/rare parts, and so on.
Another thing that I remember it featuring was a set of write-ups on the author's series of MOC starfighters and the fairly impressive mothership designed to dock with them.
If anybody remembers what I'm talking about, and can help me find wherever that site is now (hopefully it is not dead...), it'd be lovely, since I'm quite enjoying this little nostalgia trip. There's nothing quite like the simple joy of putting legos together, and I'm really looking forward to the couple of bricklink orders I've placed, to grab some of the sets that I always lusted over in the catalogs, but never had quite enough money to pick up when I was a kid.