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Review – Dune: House Atreides #11 (BOOM! Studios)

Review – Dune: House Atreides #11 (BOOM! Studios)

Publisher: BOOM! Studios Writers: Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson Illustrations: Dev Pramanik, Mariano Taibo Colours: Alex Guimaraes Letters: Ed Dukeshire Release Date: 22nd September 2021 Arguably feeling more like a modern day courtroom drama rather than a futuristic space romp, issue eleven of Dune: House Atreides certainly should still delight fans of “the world’s best-selling science fiction novel” with its superbly-penned mixture of political intrigue, double-crossing dealings and high-stake games of bold-faced bluff. Indeed, despite this comic’s lack of action-packed adventures, Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson’s storytelling still provides an incredibly enthralling experience of life in the far distant future where Vladimir Harkonnen is absolutely desperate to see Leto Atreides be tortured following the young Duke’s imminent trial by forfeiture. Foremost of these tantalising hooks is the incredible lengths Crown Prince Shaddam undertakes when faced with the possibility that his support for Project Amal will be revealed to the entire Landsraad during Leto’s tribunal. The soon-to-be Emperor’s evident fear at such a revelation is fascinating to watch, especially when he savagely turns upon his most trusted Mentat political tactician, Hasimir Fenring, for daring to suggest the Imperium blackmails the Great Houses into simply acquitting Duke Atreides; “I have not [...]



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