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These new Robocop fan posters will make you forget the reboot ever happened

‘Part Man. Part Machine. All Cop’, rang the posters for Robocop all the way back in 1987.

Three decades on, allow us to present a new batch of artwork for Paul Verhoeven’s ultra-bloody classic - which we'd go so far as to call 'Part Manga. Part Machine. All Cool.'

From the nostalgia-swilling minds of Grey Matter Art, and with any luck striking enough to wipe your own memory banks of that recent reboot (why Gary Oldman, why?) these neon-tinged designs are prime for any fan's living room.

Pressed on a favourite, we'd go for the gunmetal grey (what else?) by Grzegorz Domaradzk. Matt Ferguson's come up with a beauty too.

Measuring 24 x 36-in, the prices start from £35 and you can see the full set below.

Dead or alive, we guess they’re going with you.

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