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Giant RoboCop Statue Finally Finds Its Home In Detroit

It’s official. The crowdfunded, officially sanctioned RoboCop statue has found a permanent home in Detroit.

The Michigan Science Center will become the permanent location for the 10-foot-tall bronze statue after nearly a decade of looking for a proper place for the RoboCop monument. The official unveiling of the statue has yet to be announced, but it’s expected to be revealed any day now. This is huge news for RoboCop fans who completely funded the Kickstarter back in 2011. The original goal was $50,000 and the campaign ended with a grand total of $67,000.

The Michigan Science Center president and Tonya Matthews stated that the center is, “honored to be the host site for this amazing piece of art.”

More: Kickstarter h/t: movieweb







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