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Blacktron minifigures were also included as prisoners in sets of ''[[Space Police I]]''.
Blacktron minifigures were also included as prisoners in sets of ''[[Space Police I]]''.
== Sets ==
== Sets ==
* [[6894 Invader]] (1987)
* [[6941 Battrax]] (1987)
* [[6954 Renegade]] (1987)
* [[6876 Alienator]] (1988)
* [[6987 Message-Intercept Base]] (1988)
* [[1875 Meteor Monitor]] (1990)
* [[pc90bc1 Blacktron Post Card]] (LEGO Builders Club Exclusive) [[1990]]
;Space Police sets containing Blacktron minifigures
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[[Category:Blacktron| ]]
[[Category:Blacktron| ]]

Revision as of 10:26, August 4, 2012

Release years:

1987 - 1988 (1989, 1990)

Main theme:


Colour scheme:
Concurrent faction(s):

Futuron, Space Police I, M-Tron

Blacktron was one of the first two factions of the Space theme (the other one being Futuron) and was introduced in 1987.


The first unified and truly "themed" Space subtheme, Blacktron took to the stars in black with yellow trim, and red and yellow transparent pieces. (The odd man out was the Meteor Monitor, which was white and black with red transparents.) Blacktron minifigures wore black jumpsuits akin to today's military pilots, with white trim and opaque black visors. Stylish, sleek and intimidating, Blacktron was a major step up from the rather clunky design values of Classic Space. Blacktron is considered to be the "bad guys" of the two factions. It featured a large spacecraft, the Renegade, which set the tone for all future big ships by splitting into a number of smaller modules, including a storage bin for a small wheeled vehicle; these modules could be recombined not just with each other, but with modules from other vehicles in the set as well, specifically the Invader and Battrax. This modular interchangeability has been a staple of LEGO Space ever since.

For clarification, Blacktron is often referred to as Blacktron I, as LEGO released Blacktron II (or Blacktron Future Generation) in 1991. Though Blacktron officially ended in 1988, the 1875 Meteor Monitor was released in 1990. Considering Blacktron II's slightly altered colour scheme it could be viewed as being from between the "upgrade" era of Blacktron to Blacktron II.

Blacktron minifigures were also included as prisoners in sets of Space Police I.


The ThemeTable system is being renovated. See a list of pages tagged Blacktron here.

There is a forum about the work here

|1875 Meteor Monitor
|6703 Space Minifigures
|6704 Space Mini Figures
|6876 Alienator
|6894 Invader
|6941 Battrax
|6954 Renegade
|6987 Message-Intercept Base
|Pc90bc1 Blacktron Post Card

Space Police sets containing Blacktron minifigures
Other appearances



  • A Blacktron torso can be found from random enemy drops on Crux Prime in the online game LEGO Universe.


See also


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