The Dune Saga Podcast (Scott Hertzog - The SciFi Diner Podcast; David Moulton - The Lancast; and Jim Arrowood - Jim's SciFi Blog) are taking a chronological journey through all the Dune novels, starting with the Legends of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, working our way through Frank Herbert's original Dune series, and moving our way beyond. Come join the conversation.
Dune Saga Podcast #35: Duke of Caladan
Welcome back to the Dune Saga Podcast. On this episode, David, Scott, and Jim comment on the newest Dune novel, Dune: The Duke of Caladan by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson. It is the first of a trilogy that will lead directly to the events of the original Dune by Frank Herbert. After an … Continue reading
Dune Saga Podcast #34 – Tales of Dune: Expanded Edition
In anticipation of the soon to be released Dune movie, David, Scott, and Jim discuss Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson’s Tales of Dune. This is a collection of eight stories set in different time periods in the Dune universe. The stories are entertaining and short, making this a perfect appetizer for the spice-loaded main … Continue reading
Dune Saga Podcast #33 – The Dune Trailer
We're back again, eagerly awaiting the new Dune movie and looking for any recent information we can pass along to you, our loyal listeners. On this edition, your intrepid followers of Muad'dib discuss the recently released Dune trailer.
Dune Saga Podcast #32 – Dune News and Listener Feedback
Once again, David, Scott and Jim look at the latest Dune news and bring it to you. BOOM! Studios is planning a realease of the 1999 of House Atreides a twelve part comic series, Denis Villenueve spent a year designing the sand worm for the upcoming Dune movie, and compares his film to the Godfather films, … Continue reading
Dune Saga Podcast #31 – Dune News and Listener Feedback
David, Scott, and Jim look at the latest Dune movie news on this episode of the Dune Saga Podcast. They discuss the cast of the upcoming film slated to release on December 18, 2020. Next is a brief discussion about how Kyle MacLachlan (Paul Atreides in the 1984 Dune) feels about the new film. Then … Continue reading
Dune Saga Podcast #30 – Dune News and the Dune Game Review
David, Scott, and Jim are back to bring you the most current news in the Dune universe. The release of the new Dune film is getting closer with each passing day, and your hosts are looking forward to it with great anticipation. Jim reported that he received the classic Dune Board game, and after an … Continue reading
Excellent and entertaining!
If you are new to this podcast please, go back and listen from the beginning. It’s three fans who read and then discuss each book of the Dune saga. They are not experts nor do they claim inside information on the series or movies. They are just fans who want to talk about what they’ve read. I love the synopsis given of each book because I have little time to read them myself. Some reviewers have complained about spoilers.... well maybe READ the book BEFORE you listen to the podcast ABOUT that book! It’s like reading a CliffsNotes and then complaining about spoilers...Duh! Or, read the description of the podcast before you listen. That might save some consternation. It’s crappy to leave a negative review when you could have just looked at what you were getting into - you were not tricked into listening you know. Try to show some appreciation for three fans taking their time to create a podcast that you get to listen to FOR FREE. Also, these guys can be forgiven for not remembering everything they’ve read as one reviewer criticized them for - the podcast has been going since 2013! And what’s with the reviewer who criticized them for not knowing Farsi? What fantasy world is that reviewer living in where every USA based podcaster is expected to know Farsi or the history or Persia for that matter? These guys are FANS of Dune, not historians, not linguists. There are other podcast for those things. For what it is, I find this podcast enjoyable and entertaining. Thank you Dune Saga Podcast!
Finally a podcast with melange.
There haven't been Dune podcasts, so when I found this one I knew I had to at least give it a try. I don't know anyone else who likes Dune, so there's no one around to bounce ideas off of or discuss the Dune Universe. I was not disappointed by the podcast. The three guys have just finished reading the book before doing the podcase and since they are now covering one book a month, there's plenty of time to catch up with them. If you like Dune, you should definitely give this podcast a try. You guys crack me up. Glad to see you’re back!
Spoiled a major character death in trailer review.
So I’m one of those people knowing not much about this series, saw the trailer, did very light, spoiler-cautious research and wanted more. Started reading last night, and this is the first podcast on the series I’ve listened to, and I’ve already been spoiled.