By Caleb Monroe
"Contagion" is a one-shot bridging the distance among the films "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes". It was once offered completely at San Diego comedian Con 2014.
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As an undergraduate at Stanford University explained in 1966, “Spider-Man, my favorite, exempliﬁes the poor college student, beset by woes, money problems, and the question of existence. In short, he is one of us” . Like the Marvel Comics of the 1960s, the classic incarnation of Star Trek presented a commentary on the Cold War that mixed conservative and liberal messages to a nigh incoherent degree, partly because of the differing politics of the various script writers and producers. ” On the other, an imperfect-but-still-progressive form of multiculturalism was imbued into the series by the presence of a multiethnic cast of secondary and tertiary hero characters, the insertion of Jewish cultural rituals and values into the series mythology by Leonard Nimoy and several franchise writers, and by persistent efforts by stories to show the “good” side of the villains.
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