"RoboCop: Road Trip #1" This December
Dynamite returns to the future of law enforcement...
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In December 2011, Dynamite Entertainment returns to the future of law enforcement to clean up the mean streets of Detroit. "Serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law." And it all begins in the all-new adventure of RoboCop: Road Trip #1.
Based on the cult classic RoboCop film series, Dynamite's RoboCop: Road Trip series combines director Paul Verhoeven's original world of a futuristic dystopian Detroit with a larger, overarching conspiracy theory (in the spirit of All the President's Men) and high action, extreme violence and satire. Once again spearheading RoboCop is writer Rob Williams, with art by Unai and covers by Fabiano Neves.
"Road Trip is our first chance to take a look at Robocop's twisted version of America outside the confines of Old Detroit," says series writer Rob Williams. "But OCP isn't going to just let Murphy and what's left of the Old Detroit Police Department run off to get help. An entirely new deadly robot prototype is on their tail. And with Murphy's mind fracturing following the death of his partner, Lewis, Road Trip has a somewhat psychedelic double meaning. This is Robocop's world as you've never seen it before."
Source: Edited Dynamite PR