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Robocop Citizens Arrest #1 (15 Copy Towe Cover)

Boom! Studios: April 11, 2018   Writer: Brian Wood   Art: Jorge Coelho   Cover: Jim Towe  

UPC: 84428400654500131   Diamond ID: FEB181187   GCIN: 992495

Brian Wood, the visionary writer behind DMZ and Briggs Land , and Jorge Coelho ( Venom, Rocket Racoon ) present a provocative vision of a future where justice is crowdsourced?c and lethal. It's been decades since the RoboCop program first began. Corporations have taken over the schools and the government.and law enforcement is the biggest private contract of all. Traditional police forces no longer exist as all citizens are encouraged.and spy on their neighbors. There is only one authority on the streets: ROBOCOP.

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