Uh Oh! Latest AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Viral Articles Hints At Cloning
The creative crew behind The Amazing Spider-Man 2 viral marketing has struck again. The latest edition of The Daily Bugle has been released, and it features some really intriguing nods to the comics. Empire Statue University are offering up a really unique class for the 2014 fall semester for those in the field of advanced biogeneticss.
The article, which you can read in full below, reports on Professor Miles Warren‘s class on cloning. Warren is a name you know better as Jackal. The Spidey villain met Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, quickly falling in love with young Gwen. He blamed her death on Spider-Man and quickly drove himself mad. That all led to him turning himself into the hideous Jackal. On top of that, he’s the man responsible for the Clone Saga. Everyone has their own thoughts and feelings about the Clone Saga, so there’s no need to say any more. What do you think about the latest viral article? Do you hope Jackal makes the leap from viral marketing to the big screen?
By Ken Ellis
It’s either a sign of the times or a sign of the apocalypse…
Manhattan’s Empire State University announced a new class for the 2014 fall semester in advanced biogenetics that will actually require the successful cloning of a living creature. Introduction to Live Cloning, taught by noted geneticist Professor Miles Warren, is the first class of its kind anywhere in the world.
When asked about the ethical aspects of teaching a class on how to clone living cells, Warren said, “Our responsibility is to educate our students and prepare them for life. For those who study genetics or biology, cloning will be a fact of life.”
The ethical aspects of cloning are irrelevant to Warren, who added, “We are cloning single-celled amoeba. Maybe one day we’ll work our way up to mice. There is no ethical dilemma. Save your red flag for when I start cloning co-eds…”
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