RICH REVIEWS: Dune: House Harkonnen # 1

Title: Dune: House Harkonnen # 1
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: BrianHerbert & Kevin J. Anderson
Illustrated by: Michael Shelfer
Colored by: Patricio Delpeche
Lettered by: Ed Dukeshire
Cover by: Raymond Swanland
Variant Covers by: Reiko Murakami, Stephanie Hans, Jeremy Bastian, Nimit Malavia, Audrey Mok
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: On Giedi Prime the Harkonnen Homeworld in the Agricultural Zone Gurney Halleck does work. He is also part of a family. Gurney had a hard life and then it got harsh.
On Arrakis here a father and son are gathering data in the desert. In the distance, we see a sandworm and you can feel its power even from a distance. The sandworm is an inspiring sight.
Arrakeen Residency here court intrigue is going on. Politicians and rulers do have a way of hating each other. They want what is best only for them and those who support them.
Kaitain Imperial Palace here two men of power find trouble or it finds them. The Lady at the table in green is illustrated most beautifully. The fighting is a minor interruption.
IX The Underground City of Vernii here the Tleilaxu has an operation going. They are scientists with no morals.
Tleilaxu Secret Research Laboratory Count Fenring pays them a visit. The Emperor has sent him to check up on the Tleilaxu and they do not like it at all.
Wallach IX Mother School Complex of the Bene Gesserit, Jessica is in training to become a Bene Gesserit. The art has her drawn beautifully showing off her youth and her determination. This twelve-year-old gives you the impression she is meant for big things.
Caladan, Leto, and Duncan Idaho are two brave and proud men. Duncan has a fierce loyalty to Leto and House Atriedes.
The way the story changes from one location to another you would think this would make it hard to follow let it all follows so smoothly and each part is a part of the greater whole.

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