by Ed Naha
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Murphy, a tough cop nearly killed by vicious Detroit street gangs, is transformed into Robocop, a part-man, part-machine, invincible crime-fighting weapon designed to stop the street crime plaguing the city
September 6, 2011 As society makes astonishing technological advances, some think our future looks brighter than ever. But author Drew Magary isn't getting his hopes up. He has three books that set the bar pretty low for what the next generations will experience.
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