Tag: Dune

Aug 18

Listener Feedback #7

Let’s take a look at what all of you have to say about Paul of Dune and the Dune universe in general in this new episode of our Listener Feedback Show!

Aug 13

Special Coverage: Panel at Omaha’s Osfest

We were happy to have the opportunity to host a Dune panel at Omaha’s Osfest and we’re excited to share the experience with you.

Aug 05

The Dune Saga Podcast #9: Paul of Dune

In this episode of the Dune Saga Podcast, our hosts take a close look at this interim story that deals with how Paul handles being Emperor of the known universe as well as an insightful look into his younger life.

Jul 25

Special Coverage: Audience Discussion On Jodorowsky’s Dune

We had a chance to chat with an audience immediately following a screening of Jodorowsky’s Dune. Tune in to hear what they thought of the film.

Jul 17

Listener Feedback #6

Things get a little ‘spicy’ as our hosts, David, Scott, and Jim are called out by a listener on what is a very valid point. This and much more as we hear your thoughts on David Lynch’s Dune.

Jul 10

Special Coverage: Audience Discussion On Lynch’s Dune

We had a chance to chat with an audience immediately following a screening of David Lynch’s Dune. Tune in to hear what they thought of the film.

Jul 01

The Dune Saga Podcast #8: David Lynch’s Dune

You might love it, hate it, or be somewhere in between, join us as we take a look at how the 1984 movie has impacted the Dune fandom.

Jun 13

Listener Feedback #5

Tune into this prime Listener Feedback Show which includes some firsts for us and a rather interesting section of “Bad Reviews” and all while we tackle the book that started it all, Dune

May 30

The Dune Saga Podcast #7: Dune

We look at the one, the only, the story that launched the entire universe, Frank Herbert’s Dune. Join us as we analyze and offer out views on this story that tells of the rise of Paul-Muad’Dib and the fall of House Harkonnen and House Corrino.

May 29

Dune in Ten: Dune

Perhaps it has been a long time since you have read Frank Herbert’s masterpiece, or maybe you read it along with us and are in need of a refresher. Either way, listen as our very own David Moulton sums up the complete volume in ten minutes or less.