The RoboCop logotype has changed more or less for every new product. In this section we list all the different Robo and OCP logos created for the various movies, tv series, comics and games and also logos that appeared on the various promotional items for the RoboCop franchise. You can also find related fonts for use on your PC at the bottom of the page.
ROBOCOP 1 - CLASSIC|
The classic version and the most common RoboCop logo of them all. This standard version can be found on most products like movie posters, comics and games. The colors used are many, most posters had red colors, while comics used more orless any color there is (which resulted in some horrid color combinations..)
ROBOCOP 1 - VERSION 2
The classic logo with the red and blue colors was never actually used on the theatrical posters.
This version could be found on random products such as VHS tapes, toys and games but hasn't been used on any new Robo products since the release of RoboCop3.
ROBOCOP 1 - VERSION 3
Alternate Robo logo was used on some VHS Covers for the original movie and some RoboCop Marvel cartoons.
It was also used on some RoboCop2 VHS covers, but "2" was ripped from the RoboCop2 logo below.
VERSION: ROBOCOP 2
For RoboCop2, this very rare version have the same general style but with a cold blue color and different skin, to make it look like a steel surface.
VERSION: ROBOCOP 3 -V1
With RoboCop3, the shading and surface was dropped for a more plain and stylish look.
VERSION: ROBOCOP 3 -V2
Another version of the RoboCop3 logo. Used on some US posters and DVD covers. Has a nice metal surface but would have looked better with a blue color instead of the red one, which just looks strange.
The Directors cut "Criterion Collection" DVD had this very cool "metal" cover, with this logo on it. This rusty and dirty metal surface had kick ass all over it.
VERSION: TRILOGY 1
Used for the Region2 and Region4 Trilogy DVD release. A strange old looking logo, with a rusty metal touch.
VERSION: TRILOGY 2
This logo was used in the UK release of the Trilogy DVD, which had a different box layout than the other R2 and R4 "TRILOGY 1" versions.
It has a flat look, but look much better and stylish than the "GAME 1" logo.
VERSION: TRILOGY 3
For some reason all the newly released DVDs in the US have this really crap robo logo. The stand alone RoboCop DVD had it, and the new Trilogy DVD have it also.
One got to wonder why...
Found on the 2013 released RoboCop steelbook edition, this is a hybrid of the classic and new logo and features tall letters with very sharp angles.
The texture has a weathered steel look and goes well together with the stylish steelbook cover.
VERSION: 20th anniversary DVD
Used on the 2disc 20th anniversary DVD edition, this new logo version is more boxy and flat.
Looks good when displayed along with the cover artwork but feels a bit odd on its own.
VERSION: 2014 REMAKE/REBOOT
The new 2014 movie uses the classic logo as a basis but is slightly more flat and stretched out. It also has a rounded convex look to it.
The logo has a very heavy textured look and on the movie posters it is also combined with lens flares.
VERSION: THE SERIES
The Tv-series used a variation of the most used "standard" logo, but with some slight changes. It had a line border around the logo, and it also is somewhat blocky, and "pushed" together.
Some of the later released Video tapes used the "standard" version only.
VERSION: PRIME DIRECTIVES #1
With the making of a new tv-series a new logo was designed by script Co-writer Joseph OBrien. It had nothing to do with the old logo and that was the point, trying to insert some new elements into the robo world. It never made it into the final tv-movies however, but were featured on the official website and on the soundtrack.
VERSION: PRIME DIRECTIVES #2
The French DVDs of RoboCop:Prime Directies all had this logo. For some unknown reason they changed the whole classic logo and replaced it with this very weak version.
The French also renamed the DVDset from "RoboCop:Prime Directives" to "RoboCop 2001" which is equally weak..
VERSION: PRIME DIRECTIVES #3
The German DVD box of RoboCop:Prime Directies has this futuristic computer font which feels kinda dull and uninspired.
VERSION: PRIME DIRECTIVES #4
Used on one of the later released DVD box collections of the RoboCop:Prime Directies series, this very sci-fi flavored logo looks nice but doesn't really fit the world of RoboCop. It's something you'd expect to see more on a Star Trek type of show.
VERSION: PRIME DIRECTIVES #5
The UK DVDs of RoboCop:Prime Directies had the standard logo but with a nice metal plate behind it. Also note the slight pattern surface in the blue areas.
VERSION: PRIME DIRECTIVES #6
Every version of Robo:PD released had a slightly different logo. This one looks very clean and sharp and doesn't mess or deviate much from the original design.
This was the logo for the DVD release of the Marvel Cartoon. While it is the classic look, the way it is redrawn gives it a very cartoony and sketchy feel.
Retains the classic look of the RoboCop logo but has two round letters with crosshairs for some reason. Although not terribly exciting it's an ok logo version for the worst incarnation of RoboCop ever made.
VERSION: GAME 1
A very flat Robo logo was used for the Playstation2 covers of the 2003 Titus 3D game. A really boring looking logo for a really mediocre game.
VERSION: GAME 2
Another game logo for the 2003 Titus game, which was used for ingame menus, but also for some game box covers like Xbox.
VERSION: GAME 3
The logo for the 2004 fanmade RoboCop 2D game.
The most used logo of them all. The really simple "line" version can be found on movie posters, comics and games.
The colors used are many, most movie posters had red colors, while comics used more or less any color there is(which resulted in some horrid color combinations..)
The simple black and white logo used for various printed material, like presskits and lobbycards.
Here shown with inverted colors.
Used on the most recently released RoboCop comics by Avatar Press. This logo is blue but a bunch of colors are used for the different series and issues.
The dark altered RoboCop logo with changed colors was made for use with the site you are on right now. ;)
You can see it still has the robo feel although its all in Japanese.
ROBOCOP RELATED FONTS |
Fonts in TTF format. To use them (PC), unzip and put the files in the windows/fonts directory.