The RoboCop of old Detroit is gone. In his place stands the last hope for this dying city. With an army of Otomo unleashed, he may not survive the night. While the battle of Detroit rages, Faxx must come face-to-face with Marie's legacy.
My only real knock is the story itself. Robocop 3, edited or not, simply wasn't one of Frank Miller's best works. Charles Dickens could have taken this script and even his adaptation would still be mediocre at best. I think Grant and Oztekin are doing what they can, but those efforts can't really salvage a bad idea in the first place. I am sincerely hoping that the one shots aimed for the upcoming movie can recapture some of the good things of Robocop that is missing with this retelling. Read Full Review
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