Robocop: Killing Machine

 ROKM   (Avatar, 2004)

™ and © Avatar Press, Inc.

Computer hackers are a problem for all of society, but they can be especially problematic for Robocop, the man/machine combo that has been law enforcement’s greatest asset since his creation. When an angry young punk gets tired of Robocop ruining his various schemes to disrupt society, he tries to go over the hero directly—first through Robocop’s own computer brain, then through a similarly destructive force. The result is one spectacular confrontation certain to end badly for one party.

This violent one–shot is presented in full color, written by Steven Grant and drawn in graphic detail by Anderson Ricardo.

— Andy Richardson

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