Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

The RoboCop trilogy contained some of the most unflinchingly violent scenes ever committed to science fiction cinema, so it's pretty hilarious to see photos of these characters hanging out as if they're waiting for the bus.

The RoboCop Archive has a wealth of photos from all three films. My favorite photographs are Emil sitting about like his skin is not melting off and the "I pray for death" stop-motion prototype from RoboCop 2. And for more Robo-oddness, see his commercial endeavors.

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit

Behind-the-scenes RoboCop photos show off the goofier side of dystopian Detroit


And finally, here's a home video of Robert Burke pretending to be a cosmonaut while suiting up.
[Spotted on Retronaut]