Auction in progress, bid now! Weekly Auction ends Monday February 3!

Robocop (1990 Marvel) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 1

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Kombat Zone, script by Alan Grant, art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder; Continuing his duty as a police officer, RoboCop maintains peace and order the best he can in a still dark and violent Detroit while OCP enters the next phases for building its CEOs promised Delta City; A competing company called Nixco tries to muscle in on the Delta City contract, however, and steals specs from Robocops design to release their own version of law enforcement; Manufacturing a small army of robotic Nixcops, their first mission is to destroy Robocop. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 2

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Murphy's Law, script by Alan Grant, art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder; RoboCop escapes the Nixcops but is severely damaged and his witness is taken into Nixco custody where he is subjected to experimental surgery; After being rebuilt, RoboCop remains immobile, reflecting upon a civilian who was fatally wounded in his battle with the Nixcops; Not until his partner, Anne Lewis, is reported kidnapped by a criminal named Scarface does he find the motivation needed to jump back into action; Arriving at the scene, he find Nixcops and ED-209 droids fighting it out for Annes rescue; each ones creator seeing her kidnapping as an opportunity for positive publicity. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 3

    OCP is thrown into turmoil when the mysterious Cybex steals the perverse dreamtapes. These tapes contain secrets numerous corporate bigwigs would rather keep secret. Only RoboCop has the power to save the Old Man's reputation. Written by Alan Grant, with art by Lee Sullivan and Keith Williams. Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 4

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Dead Man's Dreams, script by Alan Grant, art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder; RoboCop infiltrates Cybexs base of operation but is ambushed by his own cyborg creations in the form of a mechanized gorilla and a smaller monkey; Cybex studies the captured RoboCop, learning what he can to build his own loyal army of cyborgs; With Nixcos president being one of the men whose dreams were stolen from the Dreamerama, Nixco sends an assassin (the kidnapped criminal witness from issue two, now under mind control) to take out Cybex. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 5

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. War Monger!, script by Alan Grant, art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder; OCP is presented with the chance to finally test RoboCop in a war scenario; The Spanish military is at war with North Africa and pays for the services of RoboCop to assassinate their enemys leader, General Abu Dara aka the Desert Hawk; Dropped into Algeria with heavy artillery, RoboCop makes his way across the desert fighting robotic tentacles and motor cycle troops without his prime directives holding him back. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 6

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. War Crimes!, script by Alan Grant, art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder; RoboCop reaches the Desert Hawk but is persuaded to see his side of the war as a leader trying to save his people from famine; Convinced of Desert Hawks noble intentions, RoboCop leaves to intercept an advancing Spanish military force on Desert Hawks fortress; After a brief battle with this small army and an unexpected ED-209 unit also being tested for warfare, RoboCop contacts the Old Man via Satellite Uplink; The war started because Desert Hawk was sending his people to Spain to survive the famine they were experiencing; Robocop shares how Desert Hawk had found a viable means of underground irrigation that would save his people but would take time to be fully realized. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 7

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Robosaur, script by Alan Grant, art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder; The Detroit Dino Park opens, where families can enjoy the site of genetically recreated dinosaurs brought back to life from prehistoric times; Problem is the cages are constantly being sabotaged, leaving RoboCop to face down these towering monsters threatening the public; RoboCop interrogates the neighboring and nearly debunked robotic dinosaur theme park, Robosaur World, but discovers the saboteur is actually a Dino Park employee secretly working for Nixco. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #8
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 8

    It's gang warfare between the Urban Kurs and the Psykoids, with RoboCop trying to make them see "reason" in his own peculiar way. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 9

    OCP's new hit television show leads to the creation of a plague of copycat vigilantes, and it's up to RoboCop to deal with them. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 10

    It's the same Robotime! The same Robochannel! The television-inspired Urban Vigilantes continue their rampage - and RoboCop continues to stop them! Written by Alan Grant, with art by Lee Sullivan and Kim DeMulder. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 11

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Bob McLeod. Unfinished Business, script by Stephen Rupinski and Evan Skolnick, art by Alex Trimpe and Herb Trimpe; A deceased ex-employee of OCP named Daniel OHara is brought back to life through an experimental concept called engraming; By surviving death and the conservation of captured brain wave patterns he is reborn in the machine built by unsuspecting privately licensed scientists and called Cyberwraith; Through flashbacks, he learns that RoboCop had killed OHara then seeks revenge. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #12
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 12

    Part 1 of 4. RoboCop is reassigned to the streets of Purgatory, a no law/no cop zone where a gang operates (literally) an organ-transplanting black market. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Lee Sullivan. Cover by Sullivan and Bob McLeod. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 13

    Part 2 of 4. RoboCop is on the trail of a gang that performs Frankenstein-like operations on kidnapped victims. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Lee Sullivan. Cover by Sullivan and Bob McLeod. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #14
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 14

    Part 3 of 4. Only the original RoboCop stands between OCP exec Johnson and his dream of an army of obedient RoboCops. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Lee Sullivan. Cover by Sullivan and Bob McLeod. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #15
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 15

    Cover by Lee Sullivan and Bob McLeod. Ashes!, script by Simon Furman, art by Lee Sullivan and Harry Candelario; With RoboCops self-destruct activated, Thyle quickly rushes to his aid and disarms the explosive; Once RoboCops termination is avoided, he and Thyle both return inside the factory to destroy the nearly completed RoboCops; Out of desperation, Johnson orders the activation of the RoboCops as his last resort but with disastrous results; He learns that with the lobotomy, these new RoboCops lacked the human balance needed to keep their programming in check, causing them to lash out with instant violent justice; One particular RoboCop sets off an explosion in an attempt to kill himself and brings the factory burning down with RoboCop, Thyle, and Johnson surviving the fire. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #16
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 16

    RoboCop is lost between fantasy and reality when he discovers Implant TV, a device that allows TV signals to be beamed right into the brain. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Andrew Wildman. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #17
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 17

    Lewis is blackmailed into stealing police secrets, and RoboCop faces a mysterious new villain known as the Wraith in "Private Lives." Written by Simon Furman, with art by Lee Sullivan and Harry Candelario. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #18
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 18

    Mind Bomb, Part 1 of 2. RoboCop is attacked in the precinct by his fellow officers, including his own partner, Lewis. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Lee Sullivan. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #19
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 19

    Mind Bomb, Part 2 of 2. It's his body and he wants it back! Murphy tries to regain control of the machine half of RoboCop. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Lee Sullivan. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #20
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 20

    Just as RoboCop learns of his family's disappearance, he and Lewis are faced with the most notorious killers in history. Written by Simon Furman, with art and cover by Andrew Wildman. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #21
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 21

    Beyond the Law, Part 1 of 3. When RoboCop's family is kidnapped by terrorists, RoboCop must choose between their safety and the life of the President of the United States. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils and cover by Lee Sullivan. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #22
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 22

    Beyond the Law, Part 2 of 3. RoboCop risks his life to fight the rebel leader who kidnapped his family. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils and cover by Lee Sullivan. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #23
    Robocop (1990 Marvel) 23

    Beyond the Law, Part 3 of 3. In this final issue, RoboCop is defeated by the rebel leader who kidnapped his family and must battle his evil twin, Flak, to prevent his family from being killed. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils and cover by Lee Sullivan. Cover price $1.50.