RICH REVIEWS: Dune: House Harkonnen # 7

Title: Dune: House Harkonnen # 7
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson
Illustrated by: Fran Galan
Colored by: Patricio Delpeche
Lettered by: Ed Dukeshire
Cover by: Raymond Swanland
Variant Covers by: Reiko Murakami, Skylar Patridge
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: IX. Here two dissidents are supplied with the means to protest their treatment. The Tleilaxu invaders are shown as two people who can make a difference. The people of IX see that the invaders are vulnerable. Hope flares up and these people know they can have a better life.
Caladan. Leto tries to make amends with the mother of his son. He does show he still cares. Leto is a good man he is just lost now.
Ginaz Swordmaster School. Duncan Idaho is training hard to be a swordmaster. Duke Leto does show his gratitude and that he does not forget the sacrifice Duncan is making.
Arrakis. Warrick and Faroula are happy while Liet is heartbroken. Life goes on and Liet only takes a different path now.
IX. The Tleilaxu have achieved their goal. Their success could change the balance of power throughout the universe.
Castle Caladan. Leto and the mother of his son Kailea are not getting along. Kailea decides to push even more when everyone around her does not stand by her.
Giedi Prime Harkonnen Slave Pits. Halleck never gives up. This man does not know the meaning of surrender. He wants his revenge and he will get it or die trying.
The art is gorgeously done and presents the different worlds so each one has its unique appeal. The characters are strong and their personalities pop out at you.
The shifting between worlds is again done so smoothly, making the different settings and people seem to be all intertwined.

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