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DUNE: The Graphic Novel, Book 1
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The firstgraphic novel adaptation of Dune, the groundbreaking science-fiction classic by Frank Herbert, offeringa prescientlook into our galactic future-in time for the release of the blockbuster motion picture.

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Frank Herbert (1920-1986) was an American sciencefiction writer best known for his novel Dune and its five sequels. Brian Herbert is the oldest son of sciencefiction author Frank Herbert. Brian is known for his collaborations with author Kevin J. Anderson, with whom he has written multiple Dune prequels. He lives in Seattle, Washington. Kevin J. Anderson is an American sciencefiction author of over 50 bestsellers. He has written spinoff novels for Star Wars and The XFiles. He lives in Monument, Colorado. Bill Sienkiewicz is an Eisner winning, Emmynominated artist best known for revamping the style of comics and graphic novel illustration, most notably for Marvel Comics and DC Comics. He lives in Los Angeles, California. Raul Allen and Patricia Martin are celebrated comic artists who are making their fulllength graphicnovel debut by illustrating all three volumes of the Dune series for Abrams ComicArts. They live in Valladolid, Spain.

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"Raul Allen and Patricia Martin take a dense story and apply all that nuance and subtext to their visual language in adapting Dune. Panels establish scope and geography, and showcase the character who has the power in a scene, all the while guiding you as if you were on a theme park ride through the wild sci-fi action of warring families and giant sand worms. These two have pulled off a rare feat and made a political tale visually compelling."

--Eric Heisserer, Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Arrival
"...a breathtaking new comic book adaptation."--SPACE.com
"...an adaptation worthy of continuing the franchise's legacy for a new generation."--Comic Book Resources
"...it excels in broad action shots, such as the first spotting of a massive sandworm maw. This efficient take will whet appetites for more adventures to come."--Publishers Weekly
"A much-needed addition to the series started by Frank Herbert decades ago."--The Nerd Daily
"Boasting eye-popping art from Raul Allen and Patricia Martin... Dune: The Graphic Novel is a scene-by-scene adaptation of the beloved novel from two writers who are already very familiar with the worlds of Arrakis and beyond."--The Hollywood Reporter
"Intricate . . . well defined . . . easy to follow . . . blending the aristocratic costumery, sci-fi technology, and desert landscape into a world that is unmistakably Dune."--Booklist
"It's Dune, but easier on the eyes...That means you can indulge a bit here, taking time to remind yourself of what makes the original source material so good..."--Polygon
"The carefully chosen color palettes are particularly compelling, conveying the perfect sense of mood in every situation...a good gateway into the world of Dune."--Boing Boing
"The core of what made Dune a great science fiction novel has been preserved, and to it are added vibrant visuals in Dune: The Graphic Novel, Book 1--a resoundingly successful adaptation."

--Foreword STARRED Review
"The palette practically makes Arrakis' blazing heat and desolation jump off the page...This art is gorgeous."--Nerdist

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