RICH REVIEWS: Dune: House Harkonnen # 12

Title: Dune: House Harkonnen # 12
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson
Illustrated by: Michael Shelfer
Colored by: Patricio Delpeche
Lettered by: Ed Dukeshire
Cover by: Raymond Swanland
Variant Covers by: Reiko Murakami, Raymond Swanland
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Arrakis, Here we see how the water is being used and how it affects the surroundings. Yes, even a good thing like water in a desert can have bad effects too. One man has such a nicely drawn expression of giving up.
Caladan Cala City Medical Center, Prince Rhombur is being healed as best he can be. Not much of his body is left. So a new body a robotics one will be built. The Prince even with all he has suffered is in good spirits. It says a lot for his character to be so positive. His doctor is also positive and will recreate the Prince as a cyborg.
Giedi Prime Harko City, Lord Baron has a chat with Rabban both these men are related and evil. The one needs to show the other who is in charge. Harkonnians are ruthless.
Arrakis Fremen Sietch, A son grieves for his father and honors him. The son also honors his friend. Freeman is an honorable person. Compared to the Harkonnians Freeman are pure good.
Arrakeen Residency of Count Hasimir Fenring, the Count is informed of something that can change the universe and all within it.
Caladan, Leto, and Jessica share a moment. Jessica is a manipulator of the highest order and she does what she has to to achieve what she wants. These two on the surface play nice yet both know the other can not be fully trusted. Even those looking to help others know to be on guard.
One Week Later, Leto mourns the death of his son. Being a ruler he moves on and Jessica is at his side. She has her plans for Leto.
The way each part of the overall story joins together even as it switches from one planet to another and ties everything together perfectly is writing at its best.

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