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 collects way too much stuff. He loves baseball, Funko Pops, Star Wars, and wrestling. He resides in the Upside Down, waiting for Hopper to rescue him. Follow him on Twitter @jeremyohio

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