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I just finished reading the first trilogy and it was incredible. I just began God Emperor of Dune and couldn’t stop thinking that throughout Children of Dune and GEoD, Frank Herbert referred to Leto as Leto II. However, I thought that Chani birthed Leto II in Dune I, who was subsequently killed during a Sardaukar raid. Wouldn’t that mean Leto (God Emperor) is actually Leto III. Just curious as it was bugging me.
On the Duncan Idaho gholas page, there are a bunch of pictures that I've never seen before.
Where are these from? Are they actually Dune related, or has someone thought it would be a funny place to put some silly pictures?
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I just finished reading the House Atreides book by Brian Herbert and was wondering if anyone knew if the House Atomics brought to the planet by Earl Vernius were the same ones used near the end of Dune Messiah. This might have been answered in another book but it was just a question I had. Thanks!
Hi. I just thought I'd let you know that I managed to interview best-selling author Kevin J, Anderson about his ongoing connection with Dune. You can find the interview on my blog at Dragons at Droids (https://dragonsanddroids.com/dune-interview-with-kevin-j-anderson). :-)
I figured it would go to HBO Max at some point, but with the release a year away (October 2021!) and with vaccines on the horizon, that's a surprise. They're really pushing for HBO Max subscriptions, and so many new movies is quite the incentive.
IGN reports (emphasis added):
Warner Bros. announced an industry-shaking approach to distributing its films in 2021, revealing that it will be making all 17 of its theatrically-released movies that year available concurrently for a one-month exclusive window on HBO Max. That means United States-based consumers will be able to watch highly anticipated releases including Dune, The Matrix 4, The Suicide Squad, Mortal Kombat, and more at the same time on HBO Max as they would be able to see them released in theaters. More importantly, watching the movies will require no extra cost to HBO Max subscribers.
I only know a basic plot synopsis of the first book and have seen the movie trailer. Before I start reading, are there any articles on the wiki you reccomend to become familiar with the world?
Hey is it possible to add some Spoiler Tags or Tabs to the Dune Articles?
Its so annoying to check some simple informations and get spoiled in the first paragraph.
Check the Shieldwall article and boom Odrade finds the Spice hoard there, great.
Checking a Tleilaxu Planet, oh it gets destroyed and Arrakis also, lovely.
Can i only check for Dune Informations when i have finished all the books or is there a way around the massive spoilers that i am not aware of?
I am going to read Dune and Dune Messiah, maybe The Children of Dune too, but I for sure want to read one Dune book by Brian Herbert and Frank. Which is the best Dune book by Brian Hebert and Frank? I want to know what is considered their best Dune book so I can read it.
Brian Herbert's book, Mentats of Dune, which is a prequel to his dads Dune series has a character, Manford Torondo, is liken to todays political arena. he is anti-technology, he will stir up his rabid followers into a frenzy and when they commit horrendous acts in his name he doesn't take responsibility saying it isn't his fault, he has no control over their actions. Normally these books pull me out of this world into that but now it is more difficult to do so with this in my minds eye.
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Know Your Meme talks about Dune fandom in this great article. The wiki gets a nice mention and yours truly is even a quoted a few times. :)
It's a great read and a great look at fan interest in the film, check it out!
There's been no casting announcement for Feyd-Rautha in the upcoming Dune film. The film will only be adapting the first half of the novel, so even if the character doesn't appear, he could still show up in the sequel.
There have been rumors that Tye Sheridan was cast in the role. but that's apparently not true.
I still expect Feyd to show up, at least a teaser in the first movie. What do you think?