ETA: I've just realised that an LDS version has tremendous potential. Think about it. What is Mental Man but the desire to rule a planet populated by one's spirit children? And given Marc Remillard's post-Pliocene career, isn't Atoning Unifex pretty much an allegory for the Heavenly Father?
*The answer possibly encapsulated in a line in the Wikipedia summary: “Upon Marc's retirement for the night, Rogi is attacked by a homicidal fish.”
**To which I would have no objection if May had intended her to be a deeply boring person, because deeply boring people can still be interesting fictional characters, except that Dorothea is meant to be an interesting person and an interesting character and is neither. She is the Christine Barford of the twenty-second century.