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    Impression-time! (Yes, of our favourite dynamic duo).

    Postby Lundse » 09 Jul 2008 19:57

    In a few years, Heroes of Dune (there's a title-and-a-half) will be over and Kevin and Brian will spit out Ultra-Heroes of Dune, a continuation of the tale beyond Sandworms wherein Omnius is shown to have sent out drones to nearby parallel universes and is primed to strike (he is eventually killed by Norma's latent hyper-god-powers which are awakened by having sex with Duncan/The overmind. After the 12-novel series, named Gods of Dune, in which Omnius tries to send back himself in time to destroy the original timeline (masquerading as a sandworm AND, in a twist, the hunter-seeker which tried to kill Paul in Dune), and is foiled by the Duncan/Cenva love-child, what will they do next?

    Why, visit other prime Herbert estate <sarcasm> 'intellectual property' </sarcasm>, of course!
    Anyone up for a take on Santaroga Barrier? Maybe one of the short stories?
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    Postby orald » 10 Jul 2008 03:49

    Jorj X. McKie, run for it! :o
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    Re: Impression-time! (Yes, of our favourite dynamic duo).

    Postby HoosierDaddy » 10 Jul 2008 22:55

    Lundse wrote:In a few years, Heroes of Dune (there's a title-and-a-half) will be over and Kevin and Brian will spit out Ultra-Heroes of Dune, a continuation of the tale beyond Sandworms wherein Omnius is shown to have sent out drones to nearby parallel universes and is primed to strike (he is eventually killed by Norma's latent hyper-god-powers which are awakened by having sex with Duncan/The overmind. After the 12-novel series, named Gods of Dune, in which Omnius tries to send back himself in time to destroy the original timeline (masquerading as a sandworm AND, in a twist, the hunter-seeker which tried to kill Paul in Dune), and is foiled by the Duncan/Cenva love-child, what will they do next?

    Why, visit other prime Herbert estate <sarcasm> 'intellectual property' </sarcasm>, of course!
    Anyone up for a take on Santaroga Barrier? Maybe one of the short stories?


    It wouldn't surprise me one bit if they outsourced all of FH's earlier works to other hack writers. The formula is simple. Brian puts his family name on them, and the books get published.

    Literary quality clearly means nothing to the HLP, and there is no way to stop them from flooding the market with pulp. 21'st century exploitation of Shakespeare's work by his "family" would be similarly disgusting.

    :puke:
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    Re: Impression-time! (Yes, of our favourite dynamic duo).

    Postby Serkanner » 11 Jul 2008 03:23

    HoosierDaddy wrote:
    Lundse wrote:In a few years, Heroes of Dune (there's a title-and-a-half) will be over and Kevin and Brian will spit out Ultra-Heroes of Dune, a continuation of the tale beyond Sandworms wherein Omnius is shown to have sent out drones to nearby parallel universes and is primed to strike (he is eventually killed by Norma's latent hyper-god-powers which are awakened by having sex with Duncan/The overmind. After the 12-novel series, named Gods of Dune, in which Omnius tries to send back himself in time to destroy the original timeline (masquerading as a sandworm AND, in a twist, the hunter-seeker which tried to kill Paul in Dune), and is foiled by the Duncan/Cenva love-child, what will they do next?

    Why, visit other prime Herbert estate <sarcasm> 'intellectual property' </sarcasm>, of course!
    Anyone up for a take on Santaroga Barrier? Maybe one of the short stories?


    It wouldn't surprise me one bit if they outsourced all of FH's earlier works to other hack writers. The formula is simple. Brian puts his family name on them, and the books get published.

    Literary quality clearly means nothing to the HLP, and there is no way to stop them from flooding the market with pulp. 21'st century exploitation of Shakespeare's work by his "family" would be similarly disgusting.

    :puke:


    Dang! If comb-over can write shite Dune novels I can write shite sequels to Romeo & Juliet or Hamlet. Who cares if the main characters are dead. I just come up with a nonsense reason that they are not actually dead but in the middle of a spiritual transformation or something similar.
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    Postby orald » 11 Jul 2008 11:29

    Clearly, they're in a trance, changing the WoL for the sietch orgy. 8)
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    Postby Mr. Teg » 17 Jul 2008 08:45

    I got the impression that the HLP briefly toyed with the idea but for whatever reason dropped it (thank goodness). Guess they couldn't pillage anything from Fullerton.
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    Re: Impression-time! (Yes, of our favourite dynamic duo).

    Postby Phaedrus » 17 Jul 2008 10:53

    HoosierDaddy wrote:It wouldn't surprise me one bit if they outsourced all of FH's earlier works to other hack writers. The formula is simple. Brian puts his family name on them, and the books get published.

    Literary quality clearly means nothing to the HLP, and there is no way to stop them from flooding the market with pulp. 21'st century exploitation of Shakespeare's work by his "family" would be similarly disgusting.

    :puke:


    (Actually, since there's no copyright protecting Shakespeare, ANYONE is free to exploit him. And they do.)
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