RoboCop Brings Order To Your Collecting Shelves Next Fall

RoboCop is getting the high-end treatment from Medicom. Coming next year to help celebrate the 30th anniversary, the MAFEX RoboCop will hit shelves next fall. With a price tag around $95, it will not be a cheap way to celebrate. But once you get a look at this one, you will want it.

Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the theatrical release of "Robocop" with Medicom's MAFEX figure of this iconic sci-fi hero!   He's about 16cm tall, and fully posable for maximum action; he comes with three interchangeable lower faces, a damaged helmet and chest plate to reproduce the effects of his clash with ED-209, a muzzle flash effect part, his Auto 9 weapon and replacement right thigh parts to serve as a holster for it, interchangeable hands and a posable figure stand.

Product Features

  • 6.30 inches (16cm)
  • Made of plastic
  • Fully posable for maximum action
  • Damaged effect pieces
  • Celebrate 30 years of RoboCop

Box Contents

  • Robocop figure
  • Interchangeable hands
  • 3 Interchangeable lower faces
  • Damaged helmet
  • Damaged chestplate
  • Auto 9 weapon
  • Replacement right thigh parts for Auto 9 holster
  • Muzzle flash effect part
  • Posable figure stand

That is a long way from the first RoboCop figures I had when I was a kid. Those were basically just glorified cap guns — and I loved them. The best part of the figure here is all of the interchangeable parts with battle damage and attachments. I especially like the helmet piece. He looks very sleek and shiny, as well. MAFEX does pretty great work, although sometimes the shoulder joints on the figures I have had are a little wonky. Something to keep in mind if ordering.

Other than that, fans should have something to look forward to with this figure. The hardest part will be waiting a year for the thing to come out. You can place a preorder for one here. 

About Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.

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