robocop: citizen's arrest


Robocop: Citizens Arrest #3 Review &#8211 Revolutionary Vibes and Robot Fights

Robocop: Citizen's Arrest #3 Review – Revolutionary Vibes and Robot Fights

The downtrodden of Detroit are showing that they will not be pushed around by OCP, and the corporation is gearing up for a violent response.[caption id="attachment_868369" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Robocop: Citizen's Arrest #3 cover by Nimit Malavia[/caption]As you could glean from that description, tensions are heating up in this issue of Robocop: Citizen’s Arrest[...]

Robocop: Citizens Arrest #2 Review &#8211 Bloated but Sharp Satire

Robocop: Citizen's Arrest #2 Review – Bloated but Sharp Satire

They use their mechanical police force in service of doing so, but Leo is helping Alex Murphy, aka the Robocop, to get back in action and fight back at OCP.[caption id="attachment_843707" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Robocop: Citizen's Arrest #2 cover by Nimit Malavia[/caption]Robocop: Citizen’s Arrest #2 maintains the same sharp satire as the first issue, even if[...]

Robocop Citizens Arrest #1 Review: Modernized and as Poignant as Ever

Robocop Citizen's Arrest #1 Review: Modernized and as Poignant as Ever

The “Ruins” of old Detroit are borough yet to be dominated by OCP, and the corporation is looking to change that.[caption id="attachment_825866" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Robocop: Citizen's Arrest #1 cover by Nimit Malavia and David Rubin[/caption]Like the (original) Robocop, Robocop: Citizen’s Arrest busts out of the gate with vicious, on-the-nose, yet nonetheless poignant criticism of allowing[...]