The conclusion to the first ever graphic novel adaptation of the New York Times best-selling Dune: House Atreides, the prequel to Frank Herbert’s iconic Dune, adapted by authors Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson.
THE OFFICIAL PREQUEL TO THE GROUNDBREAKING DUNE CONCLUDES… After his father’s untimely death, young Leto ascends to Duke of House Atreides while Duncan Idaho starts down the path to become one of Leto’s right-hand men. Meanwhile, Baron Harkonnen wastes no time moving against the new Duke by stoking the centuries-long feud between the Harkonnens and Atreides. A new dawn rises when Crown Prince Shaddam successfully ousts his father from the throne of the Imperium.And Pardot Kynes, now considered a prophet among the Fremen, continues forging a path to make the desert planet an oasis. The first ever adaptation of the New York Times best-selling Dune: House Atreides concludes, adapted & scripted by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, authors of the eponymous prequel novel based on Dune creator Frank Herbert’s notes, and illustrated by artist Dev Pramanik (Paradiso). Collects Dune: House Atreides #9–12
About the Author
Brian Patrick Herbert (born June 29, 1947) is an American author who lives in Washington state. He is the elder son of science fiction author Frank Herbert.
Brian Herbert's novels include Sidney's Comet, Prisoners of Arionn, Man of Two Worlds (written with his father), and Sudanna Sudanna. In 2003, Herbert wrote a biography of his father titled Dreamer of Dune: The Biography of Frank Herbert. The younger Herbert has edited The Songs of Muad'dib and the Notebooks of Frank Herbert's Dune. Brian has also created a concordance for the Dune universe based on his father's notes, though, according to the younger Herbert, there are no immediate plans to publish it.