From the 1987 classic Robocop
comes this almost 14-inch tall robotic urban law enforcement officer. The movie-accurate ED-209 features a newly sculpted body, an interchangeable battle damaged arm, a left machine gun arm, a rocket launcher arm, and more than 30 points of articulation in the arms, legs and claws. Using a remote control, you can make it speaks three memorable quotes from Paul Verhoeven’s film along with several sound effects. RoboCop’s buggy nemesis will hit the streets in February or you can preorder him here
If I were to make a short list of items that I want for Christmas this year, I would ask for the home version of the Nukem board game, a 6000 SUX and this new 12-inch deluxe action figure of RoboCop. The newest addition to Hot Toys MMS Diecast series is specially designed with diecast material. It features a newly sculpted body, metallic black, grey and silver armor, interchangeable lower faces, 5 swappable hands, his pistol, a battle-damaged chest plate and helmet and 30 points of articulation. He also comes with a remote control to trigger one of six quotes from the film. If that isn’t enough for you, upgrade up to the RoboCop with Mechanical Chair
. His throne lights up . That version will cost you around $125 more. Look for these to hit the mean streets of old Detroit in February or you can order Murphy here
gave Figures.com the exclusive on the latest version of this upcoming Robocop nemesis. On the left you’ll see the updated ED-209 and on the right you’ll see its reveal from Toy Fair 2013. The main difference seems to be the paint job and new decals. The figure should have working hydraulics on the legs (up and down motion) and articulation in the arms, legs and feet. According to reports
from Toy Fair, it’s close in scale to NECA’s 7-inch scale Robocop figures, with the company shooting for a $50 price tag. This urban police enforcement bot will be authorized to use force sometime this summer.
If you happen to be in violation of Penal Code 1.13, Section 9, you may want to slowly back away from this 7-inch scale action figure. Robocop’s mechanical archenemy from Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 film will get the toy treatment from the folks at NECA. We don’t have much information about it yet other than these three pics from Toy Fair, but we’ll keep you posted.