Sunday, January 1, 2012

Sunday Smackdown

Happy New Year! Let's start 2012 with a bang!


Veteran Police Officer Alex Murphy was serving with the Detroit Police Department when it was taken over by the private corporation OCP. He was partnered with Officer Anne Lewis, when during a pursuit of crime lord named Clarence Boddicker which ended in an abandoned steel mill, Murphy was captured and beaten by Boddicker’s gang before being executed by Boddicker. Somehow Murphy survived and was transported to a hospital emergency room, where the doctors tried in vain to keep him alive. After he was pronounced dead, the body was seized by OCP, citing release forms Murphy signed when he joined the force. The RoboCop Program, led by OCP executive Bob Morton, used what was left of Murphy's face and portions of his cerebrum and cerebellum in a cybernetic body, in effect, resurrecting Alex Murphy as RoboCop. RoboCop quickly proved to be an effective weapon against crime in Detroit.

The T-1000 is made of "liquid metal". It is a incredibly advanced Terminator, composed entirely of a mimetic metal alloy, making it capable of rapid shapeshifting, near-perfect mimicry and rapid recovery from damage. It was sent by Skynet back in time to murder a young John Connor, the future leader of the Human Resistance against the machine uprising. It assumes the identity of a LAPD officer in it's hunt for John Connor.

It's time for the cybernetic cop to face off against a liquid metal cop.

Last week's winner

Psycho Santa punished the naughty Santa Slayer with ease.

1 comment:

J. Astro said...

Seeing as how Robocop was easily dismantled in ROBOCOP 2 by a small group of well-prepared thugs, and seeing as how Robocop's only real "advantage" is that he's tougher and a better shot with a gun than normal humans, I think he's woefully outclassed by the T-1000. Robert Patrick for the win, easily.

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