ComingSoon.net is reporting that Evergreen Studios is adapting David Weber’s Honor Harrington…and not just to film, but also in comic book, digital game, webisode, and television series formats.
Tales of Honor is what they’re calling their multi-platform adaptation, and no word yet on which part of the Honorverse — which includes dozens of novels and anthologies — will be adapted.
The Honor Harrington military science fiction series is named after its principal protagonist, Honor Harrington. She’s an intelligent, genetically engineered officer in the Royal Manticoran Navy of an interstellar monarchy, and she see lots of action and makes lots of enemies. Through a series of adventurous missions, Honor advances through the ranks, playing the roles of military heroine and later, an influential politician. The series, intentionally re-imagined as “Horatio Hornblower in space”, is set 2,000 years in the future when hyperspace travel allows humanity to colonize deep space.
David Weber is the New York Times Bestselling Author of the Honor Harrington space opera novels from Baen Books. The series is 26 books long so far and has its own cosplay uniforms, props and annual Con. From On Basilisk Station to A Beautiful Friendship and Shadow Of Freedom, the adventures of Honor and friends are action packed fun. With Steve White, he wrote the successful Starfire tie-in novels based on the game which continue now from Baen Books. He’s also authored six Safehold novels for Tor Books, four Empire Of Man books with John Ringo and coauthored two 1632-verse novels with fellow Baen Books author Eric Flint as well. A lay Methodist minister, he’s worked as a copywriter and other kinds of writing since her was seventeen. He’s also worked in game design and has a masters in history and teaches history at the college level. He lives in South Carolina with his wife and family. The latest Honorverse books are Shadow Of Freedom from Baen Books & House Of Steel: The Honorverse Companion. David can be found on Goodreads, Twitter as @DavidWeber1 and via his website at DavidWeber.net.
SFFWRTCHT: First things first, where’d your interest in speculative fiction come from?
David Weber: It started when I was ten and read Legion of Space by Jack Williamson. I had a broken arm and had already read all my books, so I tried my dad’s. After that, I was off and running with Heinlein, E.E. Smith, and Asimov. I met H. Beam Piper and Anne McCaffrey later. A lot of my interest has to do with my interest in history. I see Science Fiction as history that hasn’t happened yet.
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