"They'll fix you. They fix everything." - RoboCop
UPDATE 5-25: A new image of NECA's Robocop has surfaced showing off a fully painted prototype of the figure.
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In a twittered teaser image today, NECA spilled the beans on their latest retro license: 1987's RoboCop. Front and center in a photo of figure prototypes, including Eddie from their self-titled Iron Maiden debut album and Tony Montana from Scarface, is everyone's favorite crime-fighting cyborg.
To get some details on this exciting new license, we went to NECA's Head of Product Development, Randy Falk. Fans can expect a finished figure of RoboCop pictured above this Summer; July release, if not sooner. NECA is in the process of developing more RoboCop figures for 2012, and while it is too early to go into specifics, "Battle Damaged" and "Unmasked, No Helmet" versions are on NECA's radar. Asked if Robo-fans can expect to see any villains, such as ED-209 or Cain, and Mr. Falk replied "Not interested in Cain, very interested in ED-209 if it can be done affordably."