'Robocop' by Ed Naha is the novelization of the 1987 film of the same name. I would speculate that it brings you closer to the world of the film's authors, Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner, giving a more complete world for the story to take place in.
The Moon colonies, and changes in technology are displayed and Robocop adopts a dog.
Overall there is very little to this book but that doesn't make it bad. I found it entertaining for someone who wants more of the story of the lawman cyborg.
This is a world extending further than just the battle worn streets of Detroit. It permits us to see the lost friends and hard times of the police officers that was just talked about in the film. You get a closer look at Robocop himself and the story that takes place in his mettle covered head.
Who should read this book? Those who love books and Robocop.
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