It's pretty standard for authors to do tours of the UK. These generally involve arranged readings, meet-and-greet and signings at book shops. I've been to a few, and if you want a signed book, it means a queue. Generally worth it!
The geeky retailer Forbidden Planet has a selection of Dune goodies coming into their stores and eCommerce, some exclusive.
In time for the movie, entirely fitting for your growing sci-fi RPG collection and simply stunning comes this Dune Sandworm bookends from Dark Horse.
We get up close, too close, and weirdly personal with a sandworm.
Welcome to the last years of the Imperium, an era tens of thousands of years into the future.
In the latest routinely itemised RPG news round-up, we have the release of the Dune 2d20 RPG, Goodman Games buying Dark Tower and an impressive video platform for your tabletop gaming group.
The Dune RPG a 336-page book set in Frank Herbert's influential and popular sci-fi series. Characters in the game will run or work for noble Houses and become involved in dangerous spy networks, spooky Bene Gesserit Sisters or guerillas such as desert Fremen.
Line editor Jason Durall and players included Dungeon Dudes' Kelly McLaughlin and Monty Martin and Taking 20's Cody Lewis.
Dune: Adventures in the Imperium uses Modiphius' 2d20 system, as been written by a large and diverse team and produced in connection with both Legacy Entertainment and Herbert Properties LLC.
The Complete Collection Bundle, which contains a GMs screen, dice and other goodies came in at nearly £250? Expensive? Well, it's sold out.