If you’ve seen the 1987 version of RoboCop starring Peter Weller (and if you haven’t, you must) you likely remember ED-209. A prototype urban-assault combat warrior produced by OCP (Omni Consumer Products), ED-209 first appears in the mega-corporation’s boardroom, where a malfunction causes it to unfortunately and violently kill a board member. It’s this seminal event that shifts OCP’s strategy to produce an experimental cyborg design … or RoboCop.
According to Phil Tippet, the legendary special-effects animator who created him, “The theory behind ED-209 was that he was built to be this terrible, formidable entity, but poorly designed and not really up to the task for which he was created. He’s a symbol of hubris, of design and industry and fascist pride. He was meant to be somewhat comical in his ineptitude, for good reason.”
Now, Chronicle Collectibles is proud to bring you the RoboCop ED-209 statue, signed by Phil Tippett and molded by Tippett Studio from original masters and an actual puppet used on-screen in the film.
- Officially licensed RoboCop collectible
- Designed and Manufactured under license by Chronicle Collectibles
- Created using Tippett Studios screen-used puppets
- Hand-signed by Phil Tippett
- Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
- Limited Edition to 300 units.
- Materials: Polyresin, injection plastics and metal
- Dimensions: 13" tall, 16" wide and 18" deep
- Weight: estimated 18 pounds
*NOTE: This is an ex-display piece