How depressing: Comics legend Miller(”Batman: The Dark Knight Returns,” ”Sin City”) turns in a tired story – a vignette, really, based on Miller’s original script for ”RoboCop 2” – about the movies’ futuristic robotic law enforcer pounding the kidnappers of a little blond girl. All of it is drawn by Juan Jose Ryp with an emphasis on static musculature to the exclusion of interesting action. Blah.
Frank Miller's Robocop How depressing: Comics legend Miller(''Batman: The Dark Knight Returns,'' ''Sin City'') turns in a tired story -- a vignette, really, based on Miller's...Frank Miller's RobocopFrank Miller How depressing: Comics legend Miller(''Batman: The Dark Knight Returns,'' ''Sin City'') turns in a tired story -- a vignette, really, based on Miller's...2003-09-05Avatar
Author: Frank Miller; Publisher: Avatar
Posted September 5 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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