In 1987, RoboCop was unleashed upon the world. He was an indestructible, undead, cyborg cop; protecting the citizens of Old Detroit from an army of violent criminals. He was equipped with a gun that came out of his leg. He looked like a racing bike and a tank had a baby in the shape of a man. He urged the youth to stay off drugs. He was the most feared person in the worst city and he ate baby food. RoboCop was, rather is, awesome.
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RoboCop was a celebration of classic values—he’s basically a western sheriff—wrapped in slick futurism with a giant gun. He’s the cop everyone wishes they had patrolling their neighborhood. Part man, part machine, all awesome. I’d buy that for a dollar.