In the future, where Skynet has decimated mankind and Terminators roam the land, a young woman named Lauren Amendola flees with two friends. One's head is crushed, the other is shot, leaving her as the last human, the last woman, alive. She finds safety in a building that turns out to be Skynet's museum, complete with weaponry from the past. It's here she comes across an inactive Robocop. He awakens and protects her from some Terminators, though he's surprised that generations have gone by. However, Skynet manages to take control of its exhibit and something very bad happens to Lauren, which ends on a disturbing cliffhanger.
In the second issue we're thrust to the action in the movie TERMINATOR 2, with squadrons of cops being called to Cyberdyne Systems. It's then that Robocop appears, changing the events of the time-line. In flashback sequences he confronts Skynet and has it send him back in time. The reason the intelligent computer helps him is because it doesn't consider him human. To Skynet he's a machine.
There are some cool things, such as the time-travel bubble appearing where someone is standing, so it tears them apart. Other things are left unexplained, such as why RoboCop is able to transport back into the past, though he's covered in a metal exoskeleton. This is an intriguing series and I'm curious as to how it will unfold. Undoubtedly, I'm sure there will be time-travel in the ongoing story.