The back of the slipcase is where the bonus factor kicks in - RoboCop's Auto-9 handgun can be stored in the mechanical holster which deploys from Robocop's right thigh, just like in the movie.
After the slipcase comes off, you see RoboCop's headshot which is of the actual figure, a very good likeness of Peter Weller from the movie.
Flap opens to reveal a very nice shot of the assembled figure on the left with RoboCop's body parts in a tray on the right (a la Hot Toys USCM Hicks). Hot Toys' Masterpiece Editions are all model kits because some assembly is required, not that you need to be a qualified engineer or genius to do it.
Hot Toys RoboCop all assembled and ready to: 1. Serve the public trust 2. Protect the innocent 3. Uphold the law 4. (Classified) which is later revealed as Directive Four: Any attempt to arrest a senior officer of OCP results in immediate shutdown.
A very beautiful piece of machinery/toy/action figure
Right thigh holster deployed. Some collectors tried to pry open the helmet to see if Peter Weller was really hiding under there. He is NOT under there and prying the helmet off is a Big "No! No!" coz the helmet will not fit back nicely again once it has been pried open. So consider yourself suitably warned!!
More pictures of Hot Toys RoboCop version 1.0 (link here)