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In Part 1, ten years after his death and resurrection as Robocop, Officer Alex Murphy has begun to feel his age. On the verge of obsolescence, Murphy must also contend with the fact that his now grown son James, unaware that his father is still alive, is an up-and-coming OCP executive. Murphy's former partner, John Cable, has returned to Delta City, and despite animosity between the two, they unexpectedly join forces when a mysterious vigilante named Bone Machine threatens Delta City.
In Part 2, RoboCop is tormented by memories of the death of his friend John Cable. But what he doesn't know is that Sara Cable and The Trust, in a plan to discredit Robocop, have resurrected Cable as a new and improved crime prevention unit -- a second Robocop. The plan pays off when, after a vicious attack by "Robocop" on the OCP CEO herself, the order is given to recall Murphy.
In Part 3, Robocop and his replacement cyborg, John Cable, find themselves fugitives, hunted by RoboHunters that were dispatched by ambitious OCP executive Damian Lowe to eliminate them both. Back in Delta City, Damian uses his new position to begin to implement his plan to automate all of Delta City, thus ensuring his absolute control over the city and its citizens.
In Part 4, the clock is ticking for Delta City. In less than 24 hours, the entire city is going on-line to become the world's first fully automated metropolis, thanks to the artificial intelligence program known as SAINT.Miniseries based on the "Robocop" theatrical films about Alex Murphy, a slain police officer whose human remains have been …