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Frank Miller's Robocop (2003) #8

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2010-09-25 14:08:22 ffritts Synopsis Former Chicago Police officers have been set up by O.C.P.'s Rehibilitation Concepts. Robocop makes his entrance taking all down with the help of his fellow officers take down the almost the entire crew except for one. Dr. Margret Love has finally caught up to Robocop, telling all the pain that he feeld he never told her about the power that comes with being made of metal.
2006-03-14 15:37:35 ricky7d Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-03-14 15:37:35 ricky7d Added Cover Added cover (large)

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