The art by Amancay Naheulpan has been a solid start to finish. His pencils and inks give a gritty yet refined look to the run down slums of Detroit. However he truly shines this issue in the opening three fold standoff. It features the series' typical double page spread which is expertly composited along with book ending pages that are laid out brilliantly. The book has satisfying gore (for what little is to be had) and Naheulpan rings some inspired character beats with great faces and body language. That being said, at times figures can be awkward, not to mention the design of certain areas, causing objects to change in size and place between panels. It's nothing serious but it is more notable here than in other comics. Still, it's hard to imagine someone capturing the world of Robocop so well as Naheulpan has, his artwork will be sorely missed. Read Full Review
Robocop #12 is a great way to end this story arc. It isn't as action packed as I would have like it to be, but it does feel like everything is tied up neatly. It doesn't have any loose ends other then the twist, which will be nice to see how it could affect other story arcs with these characters. If you are a fan of the original Robocop movies then this is a great series that feels like it would fit in with the 80's action movies. Read Full Review
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